Walther LGR

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Post by zooma » Sat Feb 16, 2013 8:02 am

pmh:2081 wrote:Thanks for the kind offer, I look forward.

However, not sure if I can make this Thursday, given the current circumstances, as I have been busy making arrangements, etc, and the funeral is next Friday morning.

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Re: Walther LGR

Post by RobinC » Mon Jun 17, 2013 11:46 am

There is a very nice looking LGR for sale at a good price on the Stirton website.

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Re: Walther LGR

Post by Tank » Sun Jun 23, 2013 11:22 am

RobinC wrote:There is a very nice looking LGR for sale at a good price on the Stirton website.
I went over and had a look. Anyone wanting an LGR would be well advised to buy it if it's still there. These things don't come up that often and when they do you need to just go for it.
I have spent some time fettling mine and it shoots superbly, I have fitted it with a corrective lens for my eyesight and a very nice adjustable Iris. It is monotonous with it's repeatability. Now, if I can just hold it still for a few minutes!! :mrgreen:
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