Weihrauch HW 110 T pre-charged air rifle – My test and review

Today I’ll show you Weihrauch HW 110 T. Together we will look at the advantages, the specifications, and the precision of this air rifle “Made in Germany”.

Of course, there’s also a trigger test and a chrono test in my review video. I put the air rifle through its paces and make a recommendation at the end as to who it’s suitable for.

The different versions of Weihrauch HW 110

HW 110 is available with a normal stock or, as shown here, with a thumbhole stock. There is a version with a 16.1” (410 mm) barrel, which you can see in my review today, or a carbine version with a 12.2” (310 mm) barrel. The latter is then a total of 3.9” (10 cm) shorter than the air rifle presented today. I’m often asked if the 3.9” (10 cm) difference in barrel length is noticeable in precision. All I can say is that at 7.5 joules of power, i.e., the F version, there is no measurable difference in precision. So, you can choose the model that you like the most.

Since I like the laminated wood model with 16.1” (410 mm) barrel the best, I chose exactly this one for my test.

Technical features of Weihrauch HW 110 T

Weihrauch HW 110 T is a pre-charged air rifle which can be operated with a maximum cartridge pressure of 200 bar. An integrated regulator adjusts the power down to 7.5 joules and ensures that the shots from the 10-round drum magazine are always fired with almost the same power. This is extremely important for precision. By pulling the cocking lever, you can ensure that the drum magazine is rotated exactly one notch further after each shot. If you return the cocking lever to its original position, the next pellet is automatically inserted into the barrel and the rifle is sealed.

Now you can use the two-stage trigger, which can be finely adjusted, to fire the shot. I measured a trigger weight of 5.8 oz (165 grams). That’s great. The trigger in particular is responsible for achieving the excellent results you saw in the shooting test.

Another advantage of HW 110 is that it has a manual safety. This means that you don’t have to deactivate the safety every time between shots. Thus, it’s possible to fire the 10 rounds from the drum magazine quickly one after the other.

The included accessories

Once again, Weihrauch includes a great scope of delivery with HW 110 T. In addition to two magazines, the Quickfill probe is of course also included. If you are unsure whether it works with your pump, bottle, or compressor, you can take a look at our guide at www.jabolo.de/en. There we explain exactly what additional equipment you may need.

In addition, the scope of delivery is supplemented by a small Picatinny rail, which you can mount to attach a handgrip or bipod. However, it has a slight downside. Unfortunately, it’s too short to mount my favorite bipod, the Accu-Tac WB04. I would like to see Weihrauch include a slightly longer rail in the future.

My conclusion of Weihrauch HW 110 T

I like this rifle! Not only because of its compactness and handiness. The precision is also excellent, and the wood of the laminated stock has already impressed me with Weihrauch HW 45 Black Star and the special versions of Weihrauch HW 35 and HW 30 S.

The 10-round drum magazine is built to last forever, and the pellets always stay right where they belong thanks to the rubber band.

I also love the option to remove the muzzle brake and mount a silencer instead.

The entire setup of HW 110 is convincing.

I can absolutely recommend the rifle to any recreational shooter who values quality, precision, and reliability. The fact that the rifle is suitable for both left- and right-handed users is also super practical and increases the target group.

How do you like the rifle?

Do you already know the overview of all air rifles I have tested so far?

Do you own a Weihrauch air rifle?

Thank you for reading!

I hope to see you next week!

Yours, Andi

Technical data

  • Length: 35.4” (90 cm)
  • Barrel length: 16.1” (41 cm)
  • Weight: approx. 7.05 lbs. (3.2 kg)
  • System: pre-charged, 200 bar
  • Caliber: .177 (4.5 mm) pellets
  • Magazine capacity: 10 shots
  • Fill system: Quickfill
  • Mounting rail for optics: Picatinny
  • Safety: manual

Video

My conclusion

What I like:

Beautiful laminated wood stock, great handling, excellent price / performance ratio

What I don’t like:

Cartridge firmly glued into the system, Picatinny rail for bipod should be longer

Rating:

Precision:
9/10
(9)
Material:
9/10
(9)
Handling:
8/10
(8)

Recommended for:

recreational shooters, plinkers

Price:

approx. 950 €

Precision:

Here I test the precision at a distance of 11m while the gun sits on a gun rest. The more stars, the better the precision.

Handling:

Handling is the overall rating of how the rifle can be handled by the shooter. This includes transport, cocking and loading the rifle, handling in prone, kneeling, and standing positions as well as weight and recoil.

Material / Processing:

The materials used and their processing are evaluated here.

Price:

The price is approximate and can of course vary depending on the model.

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