The Walther LP500 Expert is the successor to Walther’s LP400 models. The LP500 series is standard equipped with a Match barrel with compensator, absorber, dry firing mode, saddle breech, carbon cylinder made of aluminum-carbon composite, rotatable sight, INLINE weight (10g), 3D lettering and an infinitely adjustable rear sight width and depth and rotatable front sight.
Grip position is crucial for every tenth of a ring. This LP500 features a regular 3D grip.
Furthermore, this LP500 Expert has a GOLD barrel with aluminum barrel jacket, Stabilizer, Vario trigger with maximum setting possibilities and X-Change trigger unit with mechanical trigger (interchangeable with electronic trigger).
||4.5 mm / .177
|Fill pressure (bar / psi)
||200 / 2900
|Energy (Joule / ft.lb)
||7.5 / 5.5
|Barrel Length (mm)
|Sight length (mm)
|Total length (mm)
||Left / Right
||Case, Fill probe, Tools
Renowned throughout the world for innovation: CARL WALTHER.
Walther guns have always been in a class of their own: from the 6.35 mm semiautomatic Model 1, designed in 1908 and sold starting in 1911, to the classic PP and PPK, and then the P38, which had a second career as the German army’s P1 service pistol, and right through to the present-day PPQ and its all-steel sisters, the Q5 and Q4 Steelframe.
Each of these pistols is regarded as a milestone in development. The same is true for the sporting rifles and pistols that bear the famous Walther banner, such as the iconic Walther GSP.
Another example is the LP 500 air pistol. Its trigger pull profile, ergonomics, balance and weight distribution make it the first choice of demanding shooters all over the world.
Or the innovative high-end KK 500.
And finally, the LG 400 air rifle. The version with an innovative monotec mounting delivers an extraordinary boost in performance and has attracted notice throughout the industry.
Ultramodern development and production facility in Ulm
“Do everything so well that no one can surpass you.”
That was the Carl Walther’s motto and the one shared by his son Fritz Walther, who reestablished the company in Ulm after World War II. In 1993 Walther joined the Umarex Group, preserving the invaluable expertise of its employees and securing a foundation for future investments. The company museum holds impressive documentation of this illustrious history, which goes back 130 years.
Certified quality management system
Walther’s renowned models are manufactured according to the highest quality standards. Its quality management system is regularly certified to DIN EN ISO 9001:2008. This means that Carl Walther’s customers and business partners can be sure of getting excellent products and flexible, reliable service.
Today Carl Walther is a world-leading manufacturer of service pistols and sporting weapons, with a firm commitment to exceptional performance. “Powered Performance” is not just Walther’s promise to its customers. The motto summarizes the determination of Walther employees to put their most into every product. This was the promise that Carl Walther passed on to his son Fritz: “Do everything so well that no one can surpass you.”
Service for sport shooters and police
Walther police weapons have become a legend and enjoy international renown. They are used by police units in Germany and throughout the world. Walther sporting weapons are among the most innovative on the market. Top international athletes place their trust in them, winning gold medals and setting world records.
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