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    Walther LGV Competition Ultra Air Rifle reviews - page 1



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    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:

    Overall rating:5.0

    Value for money:4.0

    Accuracy:4.0

    By LeeRoy from USA on 2013-06-29 11:34:55

    Things I liked:My LGV Comp. Ultra arrived today so I thought I'd share my first impressions w/ any who are seriously considering this model. 1st off let me say that this is my 1st quality air rifle so I am by no means an authority in this genre of air rifles. Before this I started with the trusty Crosman 397PA. For a while now I have been looking at high quality springers as I was ready to move up and away from having to pump. I read Mr. Gaylord's review about the LGV as well as watched several Youtube reviews and came away knowing that this was a very good gun. So I pulled the trigger and bought one. I was particularly drawn to the LGV based on the unanimous observations of the smoothness of the cocking and general consensus that it has a very quiet and smooth spring firing mechanism. One reviewer said that he thought it might be the finest springer he has ever tested! I was sold. Opening the box I was very pleased to see that my unit had some really beautiful figuring in the beech wood stock! It looks more like walnut! As for my overall first impressions, I am very impressed with the overall quality of this air rifle. The fit and finish is actually much nicer than I was anticipating based on Pyramid's photos. After shooting a few pellets I was surprised at how light the trigger pull is! As a novice used to a tank like Crosman 397 this was like moving a feather! Anyway, I'll post a more detailed review after spending more time w/ it, breaking it in and hopefully mounting a proper cope.
    Things I would have changed:Nothing so far. My expectations were exceeded in this Walther.
    What others should know:This is a fine German engineered and crafted air rifle that, at least by my first impression, rates among the best spring actions out there. It is hefty but that's what you get with a high quality hard wood stocked steel springer.
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    Overall rating:4.0

    Value for money:4.0

    Accuracy:5.0

    By Hardy from USA on 2013-09-17 10:49:59

    Things I liked:the quality and accuracy
    Things I would have changed:it's a bit heavy, after hundreds shots, I start to feel the way of cocking is a bit cumbersome and the most of all, it's too expensive
    What others should know:Now I feel I should go for Air Arm instead of this one
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        By Hardy from USA on 2013-09-17
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      Things I liked:the quality and accuracy
      Things I would have changed:it's a bit heavy, after hundreds shots, I start to feel the way of cocking is a bit cumbersome and the most of all, it's too expensive
      What others should know:Now I feel I should go for Air Arm instead of this one
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      Accuracy:4.0 4.0

        By LeeRoy from USA on 2013-06-29
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      Things I liked:My LGV Comp. Ultra arrived today so I thought I'd share my first impressions w/ any who are seriously considering this model. 1st off let me say that this is my 1st quality air rifle so I am by no means an authority in this genre of air rifles. Before this I started with the trusty Crosman 397PA. For a while now I have been looking at high quality springers as I was ready to move up and away from having to pump. I read Mr. Gaylord's review about the LGV as well as watched several Youtube reviews and came away knowing that this was a very good gun. So I pulled the trigger and bought one. I was particularly drawn to the LGV based on the unanimous observations of the smoothness of the cocking and general consensus that it has a very quiet and smooth spring firing mechanism. One reviewer said that he thought it might be the finest springer he has ever tested! I was sold. Opening the box I was very pleased to see that my unit had some really beautiful figuring in the beech wood stock! It looks more like walnut! As for my overall first impressions, I am very impressed with the overall quality of this air rifle. The fit and finish is actually much nicer than I was anticipating based on Pyramid's photos. After shooting a few pellets I was surprised at how light the trigger pull is! As a novice used to a tank like Crosman 397 this was like moving a feather! Anyway, I'll post a more detailed review after spending more time w/ it, breaking it in and hopefully mounting a proper cope.
      Things I would have changed:Nothing so far. My expectations were exceeded in this Walther.
      What others should know:This is a fine German engineered and crafted air rifle that, at least by my first impression, rates among the best spring actions out there. It is hefty but that's what you get with a high quality hard wood stocked steel springer.
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