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hw95 full lazaglide advice.

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by valboskie, Dec 26, 2013.

  1. valboskie

    valboskie Busy Member

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    Hi lads I have just bought a brand new shop fitted vamached hw98.
    I was more than happy with my new xmas present.

    A guy that shoots on our hft circuit has just put up for sale his hw95 with an hw98 barrel
    In a Warren Edwards walnut stock with a metal fully adjustable butt pad .
    The original owner of the 95 took of the barrel and left the action in a wardrobe for a few yesrs
    A guy bought the action and sent it to steve pope for a full lazaglide.
    This Was in 2001.
    He then got Warren Edwards to make a full ft stock for it .I don't know when the 98 barrel was fitted.
    I have attached a picture
    How much do you think this rifle is worth there are a few marks on the action and the stock
    The lazaglide is 12 years old will anything need serviced or replaced at that age
    It was taken to the springer bash if anyone was there.
    I'm thinking of selling my new hw98 or my tx200 to part fund the purchase.
    How much do you guy's think its worth.
    Can anyone tell me how much a Warren Edwards ft stock costs to buy new

    Atb
    David
     

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  2. nick2

    nick2 Keyboard Hero

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    A lazaglide 98 in a Warren Edwards stock came up in October on another forum for £600.00, not sure whether it sold though.Nice looking bit of kit.
     
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  3. valboskie

    valboskie Busy Member

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    Nick its the same rifle .
    The guy could not sell it he listed it twice but no takers then James swapped him for it
    About 6 or 7 weeks ago now he is selling it.
    I have shot it and really liked it but with the age of the rifle and tune I wanted to know if anyone had an idea
    Of a fair price.
    If I had not judt bought my new vmached 98 I would have tried to buy it.

    Its now a case is of which one I prefer the Warren Edwards stock is lovely it has a few marks here and there
    I tried to find out how much they are new doing forum and Google searches
    With no luck so I was hoping someone had an idea of the new price.

    I only shoot hft but it was made for ft its a big lump of wood im not sure how suitable it would be for hft but I just love the look of it so much.
    Atb
    David
     
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  4. nick2

    nick2 Keyboard Hero

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    Would James do a swap with your stock & cash? Pm sent with Warren Edwards number
     
  5. darklord

    darklord Can’t beat a tx200 at 30m

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    The grease etc will be toast so it will need a complete strip and relube and prob a new spring and setup for power including the trigger. 600 is OTT for a springer custom or not Offer 400 and maybe haggle to 450. stocks are now not as expensive as they were regardless who made it (thank the third world and containers of cheap exotic woods) and the actions worthless with out the stock. a trader would prob give 300 at most on a trade in or less to buy outright.

    Thats what I know but its your money. If it was a 77 or 80 might be 30 or 40 quid more with a standard stock thrown in. Once you start customising your market seriously diminishes as one mans love is another's loath. the tunes to old to be worth much now.
     
  6. valboskie

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    Cheers darklord for the advice.
    I was talking to the guy eho fitted the 98 barrel that was done in May this year he hsd to use hw35 shims snd the stock needed reworked to cock properly with the new barrel he did a full strip
    And checked everything over so I take it he relubed it while it was stripped down.
    I was thinking around £400 myself but he wants alot more than that.
    It may be a no go.
    Cheers
    David
     
  7. Akita177

    Akita177 The Absolute State of Britian podcast

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    If it was mine id want more then £400 for it, even just the bluing is quality.
    How much is a full Lazerglyde nowadays £200+ and the turn around time is very long so i m told.
     
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    valboskie Busy Member

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    Even with the lazaglide being 12 years old. the 98 barrel was new in May. the 95 action has a few marks
    So does the stock. I was just trying to find an excuse not to buy it I think lol.
    I have put 50 pellets through it and it still shoots beautifully I would have jumped at it if my wife had not got me
    My vmached 98 .
    I think I will just sell my tx200 hc mk3 to help fund my buy.
    Atb
    David
     

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