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walther lgu what a piece of kit

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by gordy p, Jun 17, 2015.

  1. gordy p

    gordy p Busy Member

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    Im absolutely staggered by how accurate and sweet to shoot the lgu is. Im a big tx200 fanboy but im now considering selling it. I really didn't think anything would be better than the tx but the lgu is. Has anyone else fallen in love with the lgu?
     
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    I too was amazed at how accurate and easy it was to shoot .. Brilliant stuff gordy .
    I have a TX200hc and find it a bit of a pain in comparison to shoot accurately .
    atb, rich.
    ps how do you find the pistol grip ? I did not like that about mine and sold it !!!! :(
     
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    I only had one for a week and I know it was more accurate than any other springer I ever shot.
     
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    To be honest I really like the pistol grip I have short stumpy fingers and it suits me well.
    The tx200 is a lot more hold sensitive than the lgu
     
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    i know what you mean about the tx200 being hold sensitive. they are a different gun after being short stroked!
     
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    If they changed the stock design a little I would definitely have one straight away . Mine was totally standard but amazingly accurate !
    I am a little gutted as I really like the tx200hc, but having to mess about and spend more money on the internals is a bit of a bummer or I could just try to improve my technique ? ! :0
     
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    Hi Walker , when you had the internals worked on , is it harsh to shoot though ? or just quick ?
     
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    [QUOE=richardscar;1282065]If they changed the stock design a little I would definitely have one straight away . Mine was totally standard but amazingly accurate !
    I am a little gutted as I really like the tx200hc, but having to mess about and spend more money on the internals is a bit of a bummer or I could just try to improve my technique ? ! :0[/QUOTE]


    Now I'm completely the opposite I think the stock is perfect and very well thought out whereas im not a fan of the fish scale on my tx
     
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    I have to agree, not had a rifle for a few years. I have owned a fienwerbau sport, BSA lightning, HW57 and HW90. Picked up an LGU to get back into the sport and was amazed. Within the first 100 shots getting to know the gun and getting my technique back in shape I was literally placing pellet on pellet at 25 yards. Consistently hitting a penny at this distance is almost easy. I did a little fettle to the trigger and this thing is a tack driver. very happy with it.
     

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