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Anyone had a go on the new Walther LGU Master?!?

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by poisedshot, May 3, 2014.

  1. poisedshot

    poisedshot Engaging Member

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    as in title, i know these are available in the uk as of RECENT. just wondering if anyone here has had their hands on one?
    im still toying with the idea of a springer as i believe i do deserve a new airgun :)

    i like the new walther (from what i have seen on youtube) but is it as good as they make it out to be!! that is the question...

    and also can someone explain to me what a rotary piston is and how it differs to the traditional spring piston?


    cheeeeers
    andy.
     
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    Akita177 The Absolute State of Britian podcast

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    The club is getting one in so hopefully get to test it soon.
    A rotary piston is free to spin in the compression tube so the cocking hook on the piston has to be round aswell the TX200 has a rotary piston, though the HW97 doesnt.
     
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    after the disappointment of getting back into shooting and buying a Pcp that's way bellow the legal limit I was pondering on getting another gun preferably a quality Springer . the lgu is on my short list , but I'll wait a while till the reviews start coming through . ..... does it have the same internals as the lgv?
     
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    i believe it does have the same internals as its sibling, the lgv..

    i will be looking out for reviews too, if i come across any i will be sure you share them here.
     
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    why thank you ..... it will be interesting as the lgv didn't quite turn out to be the wonder gun it was meant to be . from what I was told they all (uk versions) got recalled some issues with being overpowered and some other minor stuff .
     
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