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Walther LGV Competition Ultra

Discussion in 'Gun Gallery' started by biggaz, Sep 5, 2012.

  1. JD

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    I did not realize the muzzle weight was square-ish not round, a rail cut into the botom of it, would be a good place to fit a light weight lazer.
     
  2. biggaz

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    it has grooves on top where the sights are.....

    talking of sights, heres the rifle with them removed!


    also pics compared to a tx200 HC for size and with stubby silencer.



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    with sights

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    silencer

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  3. The Robin

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    Great pic of them side by side, gives us an idea size wise what it is, i have not seen one in the flesh. Looks a lump of a thing but manly, i like the look of it but must admit the TX looks rather special :up:
     
  4. biggaz

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    yeh its a lump, th tx will always be my fave i think :) shes got all her brass bits now, just a set of bkl 1pc to finish :)

    cheers!
     
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    i like it with out the iron sights on it what is the weight like compared to your tx200
     
  6. biggaz

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    probably heavier!

    Both rocking bkl 1pc mounts now aswell ;)
     
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    get those open sights off gaz lol .. is suprising seeing it next to a tx but that is the hc i spose.
     
  8. biggaz

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    well ive put (with help from others :) ) about 600 shots through this today....

    First impressions are good, recoil is "low", lovely weight and smooth cocking. Accuracy is brilliant, id say better than the tx200 from what i seen today.

    Without doubt, best "out of the box" springer ive ever shot, before this id say the tx200/prosport took that award. Definatly feels like a tuned gun.

    Loves jsb's by the way (no suprise really)

    Ask "rubberband" as he could only dream of hitting those 15mm spinners at 80 yards i was wacking with the walther :D :D
     
  9. biggaz

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    oh and will be stripping down for a relube soon :)
     
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    Sound like your very happy with how it is shooting, looks a great bit of kit :up:
     
  11. Marksman0445

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    should have done it today like I said....Allen keys were poised ready!!
     
  12. biggaz

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    haha, sick of hearing about them bloody allen keys!
     
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    Looks great but 4.4kg. I'm glad I've stuck with my hw95 vmach'd
     
  14. JD

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    Im surprised to read this, Biggaz, as its shooting so well, are you willing to invalidate your 12 month warranty ?

    Also can i ask, what are your thoughts on shooting the LGV with the small silencer fitted, is this more than enough for the job.

    And do you think the stock would benefit from an adjustable butt pad.

    Atb JD
     
  15. biggaz

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    hi, yes the small silencer is eaily enough, its very quiet... with a weihrauch mod fitted its not far off a pcp!

    I will be investing in an adjustable butt pad, rowan engineering are making one for the walther i believe, sounds good and will be nice to have the adjustability....

    I think any new gun benefits from a proper re-lube, the warranty on a springer is not so much of an issue for me, not too much to go wrong and parts are usually cheap enough IF anything did happen, may not be so easy to get yet though :)
     
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    Interesting choice of muzzle weight shape, an elegant round silencer from Walther for dedicated scope user would have set things off nicely :)

    Ive heard only good things about this gun.





     
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    [QUOTEAsk "rubberband" as he could only dream of hitting those 15mm spinners at 80 yards i was wacking with the walther :D :D][/QUOTE]


    Forgotten to mention the side by side grouping test at 35 yards with your state of the art walther and my 32 year old sussex armoury jackal havent you:D
     
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    no open sights ... looks like a proper rifle now, sleek lines :up: ... will have one of these 'HGV's' some day :D
     
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    Forgotten to mention the side by side grouping test at 35 yards with your state of the art walther and my 32 year old sussex armoury jackal havent you:D[/QUOTE]

    yes its a long range beast, pfft 35 yards. Can poke the target at that range.
     
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    Why have they not made an option for walnut stocked competion LGV's

    Graeme
     

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