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My New Steyr LG110 FT 2014

Discussion in 'Gun Gallery' started by Count Jedi, Mar 8, 2014.

  1. Count Jedi

    Count Jedi Donator

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    Gave up up the AA FTP after 3 months waiting so brought this yesterday and tried it down at Pete's Farm today, I must admit I'm well impressed with how accurate it is.

    I have the MTC Viper on at the moment but will try the TAC30 early next week and see what I like best.

    Looking forward to getting it out in the field in the next few weeks to try it in HFT.


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  2. jps norton

    jps norton One Hit Wonder

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    And very nice it looked too!! :up:
     
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    Pure class. My dream rifle. Love it to pieces mate. Feel free to send me as much Info and any pics of it :D
     
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    Very nice...maybe one day I will have one
     
  5. MK3 MIKE

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    eeeeeeeh wat dat! is it back from the future? All the best
     
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    Cheeky :)

    May I be the one to instigate the slagging off of the woefully and quite literally square cheekpiece, though? :p
     
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    LOL, My cheeks are fat so fit snuggly around the said square cheekpiece ;), but your right it's not the most attractive bit of the rifle.
     
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    Nor is the hamster:D
     
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    great rifles , looks very nice , hope it serves you well matey :)
     
  10. cloverleaf

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    :p

    Fair play for taking it in good humour :)

    I had a play with one of these recently and while I was impressed by all its technical aspects (trigger was fantastic, for example) I thought the finish and ergonomics were bloody awful; verging on offensive :p

    So you genuinely have no issues using the cheekpiece, or do you forsee custom woodwork in the rifle's future (as was the owner of the one I fiddled with)?
     
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    To be honest yes I would 100% improve the cheekpiece in the future along with a few other bits (If you know anyone who can do this please let me know. The thing is I'm no expert and I would say I'm not even at novice level yet, so I want to get use to the gun and its set up (I have no doubt the set up is nowhere near what will suit me) but once I have mastered this then I will be on the prowl for info on improvements.
     
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    Very nice Dean,

    Can't wait for mine to be delivered.

    Andy
     
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    Very nice, enjoy :up:
     
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    Iv never used one but looks quality...enjoy
     
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    She's lovely! I put a Gary Cane 3-piece stock on mine, seriously improved the fit and balance.

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    Cool - I know a couple of guys with Steyrs who've talked about upgrading the woodwork - I'll try and remember to ask them who they were looking at to do the work :)
     
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    Thanks very much, I have been looking on some forums and can see why people upgrade, some very nice examples, thus this is something I will be doing sooner rather than later.
     
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    Dean,

    Check out Gary Cane.

    http://www.garycanegunstocks.com/?page_id=86

    Some nice woodwork?

    Andy
     

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