Edeltraut Haussmann at the Walther reception desk in Ulm.
Walther Arms, the Walther-subsidiary since 2013, resides at the same address in Ft. Smith/Arkansas as Umarex USA.
Competition shooting with big bore pistols - Emre Korkmaz (Walther Customer Center) prefers the Walther Q5 Match.
Renowned throughout the world for innovation: CARL WALTHER.
Walther guns have always been in a class of their own. Each is regarded as a milestone in development – 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.
The same is true for many sporting rifles and pistols that bear the famous Walther banner, such as the Walther GSP, the LG400 air rifle and the futuristic .22-caliber KK500 long rifle.
Successful Walther-shooters: Gernot Rumpler (Austria), Ivana Maksimovic (Serbia) and Istvan Peni (Hungary)
Mechanical perfection, supervised by experienced employees
The famous Walther barrels: Accuracy with a twist
State-of-the-art research and production facilities 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 (for security reasons, access to the museum is limited and prior arrangement is necessary).
Certified quality and environmental management.
Walther’s renowned models are manufactured according to the highest quality standards. Its quality and environmental 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 one of the leading manufacturers of weapons for sporting and police use. Police units, armed forces and sport shooters have the highest regard for the performance of these sophisticated rifles and handguns. The legendary weapons made by Walther are prized by collectors everywhere.
Service for sport shooters and police.
Walther police weapons have become a legend. They are in use 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 – and win gold medals. Walther provides a special service to help train police officers and special units. It is also a preferred partner of successful sport shooters.
Interactive shooting range for police training
Adjustment and tuning of weapons by the Master Workshop
Selection of suitable ammunition
Special shooting ranges for sport shooters
Complete range of special equipment and measuring instruments
Technical training by Carl Walther representatives
Sergej Kamenskij (Russia, left), successful champion with Walther rifles, and Walther senior managing partner Wulf-Heinz Pflaumer.
Peter Sidi (Hungary), the winner of the World Cup Final Air Rifle with his LG400-E, visited the factory in Ulm.
Interactive shooting range for police training, with state-of-the-art evaluation equipment
Special shooting range for endurance tests
Spacious training facilities for police seminars and workshop training
Special premises for quality inspections by police officers
Facilities for special tests, such as drop tests, sand, mud and temperature tests
Super-high-speed movie camera for error analysis
Walther-Pistols for Law Enforcement are in use in Germany and throughout the world.