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    Walther LGV Master Ultra Air Rifle reviews - page 1



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    Overall rating:5.0

    Value for money:4.0

    Accuracy:5.0

    By LeeRoy from USA on 2013-07-13 11:15:20

    Things I liked:This is my 2nd Walther LGV. I had originally bought the LGV Comp. but found it to be just too heavy and I also was very disappointed in that it had a spring twang and buzz, something I thought the LGV was definitely not supposed to have. I sent the LGV Comp back and ordered this Ultra. Now THIS is the ticket! It is lighter and there is absolutely no buzz or twang in the spring. There is just a very solid thud but no audible noise in the spring firing mechanism. This is my 1st springer and I am very pleased with it now that I have one that performs as advertised. Walther's website, the box and the brochure all have this statement: "The Sound of Silence" so when I got the 1st LGV I knew something wasn't right. I was amazed and relieved by the quiet thud of the 2nd unit though. The build quality is extremely high on these LGVs. The bluing to the steel is excellent, though not on the order of an AA TX-200 I am sure, the difference being the smoothness of the surface. The TX-200 appears to have a mirror like finish giving the bluing a high gloss. The LGV bluing has more of a satin sheen in painting terms. Nevertheless it is a beautiful air rifle. It's a Walther and it is unmistakably a German designed and crafted air rifle. It just wreaks QUALITY and lifetime durability- a true family heirloom. I highly recommend this air rifle.
    Things I would have changed:Concerning the spring buzz, Walther should not let an LGV leave their factory that has a buzz and twang like the first unit I received. It is inexcusable, ESPECIALLY considering the kind of money these cost! Also, the higher LGV models should come with the metal tuning trigger ALREADY installed. I shouldn't have to order and install it for the Master Ultra, it should already be in there. That kind of tight-wad corporate number cruncher driven crap just rubs me the wrong way and I expect more from company like Walther than that kind of profit manipulation.
    What others should know:If you get one of these and you hear anything other than a sold thud, then your unit isn't properly tuned or whatever Walther does to make it sound like the Ultra I got the 2nd time around. It may have to do with not enough Walther Piston Grease being applied. I don’t know. If that was the problem, you can buy the Walther Piston Grease here on Pyramyd as well which you will need to buy anyway if you buy an LGV.
    0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:

    Overall rating:5.0

    Value for money:5.0

    Accuracy:5.0

    By Brian from USA on 2014-09-15 06:53:10

    Things I liked:Of all the airguns I have owned in the last few years, this is my favorite. Reeks with German quality, engineering and QC. Just a wonderful gun I can't say enough about. Mine is the 22 cal, but I'm buying the 117 cal this week.
    Things I would have changed:Price. It is a little expensive for an air rifle, but the value is certainly there.
    What others should know:If your looking for an extremely accurate air rifle that will stack pellets at 25yds, look no further. Couple with a gun that will last a life time, from one of the most respected names in air guns, this is for you.
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      Value for money:5.0 5.0

      Accuracy:5.0 5.0

        By Brian from USA on 2014-09-15
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      Things I liked:Of all the airguns I have owned in the last few years, this is my favorite. Reeks with German quality, engineering and QC. Just a wonderful gun I can't say enough about. Mine is the 22 cal, but I'm buying the 117 cal this week.
      Things I would have changed:Price. It is a little expensive for an air rifle, but the value is certainly there.
      What others should know:If your looking for an extremely accurate air rifle that will stack pellets at 25yds, look no further. Couple with a gun that will last a life time, from one of the most respected names in air guns, this is for you.
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      Value for money:4.0 4.0

      Accuracy:5.0 5.0

        By Giovanni from USA on 2014-07-10
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      Things I liked:I like everything about the rifle you cannot explain how wonwerful this rifle is you must hold it in your hands and shoot it and appreciate the ccraftsmanship,took 6 shots 3 to zero and 3 in one hole at 10 yards with H&N Baracuda 10.65 4.50 dia. T
      Things I would have changed:The price only less money
      What others should know:Airgunners safe your money and by a German airgun//////
    • Overall rating:5.0 5.0

      Value for money:5.0 5.0

      Accuracy:5.0 5.0

        By Patro from USA on 2014-06-10
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      Things I liked:This is the most accurate spring rifle I own. It doesn't have the finish of an Air Arms Prosport or TX200, but it is worth every penny. In terms of accuracy, the JSB (7.33 and 7.87) shoot under .100" CTC at 10 yards for a ten shot group. Excellent! There are about 10 other FT quality pellets than shoot under .150". This is much more than I would expect out of a spring powered rifle that has not been custom tuned. The cocking on this done is exquisite.
      Things I would have changed:Some knock the trigger on this gun. Yes, it is not as nice as AA or the Rekord trigger; however, it is predictable and gets the job done.
      What others should know:Attach a Hatsan Airstripper (use the search box) for even better accuracy.
    • Overall rating:5.0 5.0

      Value for money:5.0 5.0

      Accuracy:5.0 5.0

        By Jiaqi from USA on 2013-10-06
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      1.01 rating
       
      Things I liked:Great Craftman, good accuracy, a Walther
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      Value for money:4.0 4.0

      Accuracy:5.0 5.0

        By LeeRoy from USA on 2013-07-13
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      5.02 ratings
       
      Things I liked:This is my 2nd Walther LGV. I had originally bought the LGV Comp. but found it to be just too heavy and I also was very disappointed in that it had a spring twang and buzz, something I thought the LGV was definitely not supposed to have. I sent the LGV Comp back and ordered this Ultra. Now THIS is the ticket! It is lighter and there is absolutely no buzz or twang in the spring. There is just a very solid thud but no audible noise in the spring firing mechanism. This is my 1st springer and I am very pleased with it now that I have one that performs as advertised. Walther's website, the box and the brochure all have this statement: "The Sound of Silence" so when I got the 1st LGV I knew something wasn't right. I was amazed and relieved by the quiet thud of the 2nd unit though. The build quality is extremely high on these LGVs. The bluing to the steel is excellent, though not on the order of an AA TX-200 I am sure, the difference being the smoothness of the surface. The TX-200 appears to have a mirror like finish giving the bluing a high gloss. The LGV bluing has more of a satin sheen in painting terms. Nevertheless it is a beautiful air rifle. It's a Walther and it is unmistakably a German designed and crafted air rifle. It just wreaks QUALITY and lifetime durability- a true family heirloom. I highly recommend this air rifle.
      Things I would have changed:Concerning the spring buzz, Walther should not let an LGV leave their factory that has a buzz and twang like the first unit I received. It is inexcusable, ESPECIALLY considering the kind of money these cost! Also, the higher LGV models should come with the metal tuning trigger ALREADY installed. I shouldn't have to order and install it for the Master Ultra, it should already be in there. That kind of tight-wad corporate number cruncher driven crap just rubs me the wrong way and I expect more from company like Walther than that kind of profit manipulation.
      What others should know:If you get one of these and you hear anything other than a sold thud, then your unit isn't properly tuned or whatever Walther does to make it sound like the Ultra I got the 2nd time around. It may have to do with not enough Walther Piston Grease being applied. I don’t know. If that was the problem, you can buy the Walther Piston Grease here on Pyramyd as well which you will need to buy anyway if you buy an LGV.
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