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    Lightbulb walther lgv / lg 55 target air rifle double set trigger assembly

    long shot this....... but does anyone out there have 1 of these for sale. ive read that the lgv & the lg 55 double trigger assemblies are the same size .so from either rifle would be fine. cheers'

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    Quote Originally Posted by customstocker View Post
    long shot this....... but does anyone out there have 1 of these for sale. ive read that the lgv & the lg 55 double trigger assemblies are the same size .so from either rifle would be fine. cheers'
    YHPM.

    The LGV with double set triggers is exceptionally rare (I think because they were banned from competition very soon after the LGV production began) but of course the LG55 with double triggers were made in much greater numbers.

    I have seen a few of these trigger units sold on their own on egun in recent years, but only maybe two or three times in five years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Garvin View Post
    YHPM.

    The LGV with double set triggers is exceptionally rare (I think because they were banned from competition very soon after the LGV production began) but of course the LG55 with double triggers were made in much greater numbers.

    I have seen a few of these trigger units sold on their own on egun in recent years, but only maybe two or three times in five years.


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    Set triggers

    Tell em Chris!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Garvin View Post

    Confused? I am. I thought you folk "oop north" were supposed to be plain-speaking.
    Derby? 'Ooop north'. Lager drinkers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Garvin View Post
    Now Chris, what the heck is that little string of emoticons supposed to mean?! Let me guess. You're embarrassed. But hang on, you've got a big grin on your face. What's that? Sticking your tongue out! Now you're just being cheeky.

    Confused? I am. I thought you folk "oop north" were supposed to be plain-speaking.

    Gareth, can we have a ban on excessively enigmatic posts in collectables please?

    Gloating Danny...that's what it is.....& hang on..i'm a midlander & proud...we arn't into tripe gobbling & battered mar's bar's...we like good healthy grub like...black puddin & pork scratchings..

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    Just wait till you see the ones going on our website!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by hwvixen View Post
    Gloating Danny...that's what it is.....& hang on..i'm a midlander & proud...we arn't into tripe gobbling & battered mar's bar's...we like good healthy grub like...black puddin & pork scratchings..

    PS. good job you "photo shop'ed" me Peter..otherwise i'd have looked like a pi$$ed up old fart...like the bloke in black...green does suit me though...don't you think..
    Ah yes, sorry, I forgot about that particular LGV.
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    Smile walther lgv double trigger

    amazingly i found 1 of these in jaszbereny ( hungary ) today. i hope it is actually what the guy who sold it to me said it was. it cost 8000




    hungarian forint.....about 25 quid.
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    Don't knock it buddy....enjoy........

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    set trigger

    Didn't HW do a set trigger for the 55; no doubt IJ has got 1 or 2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jenny Dipple View Post
    Didn't HW do a set trigger for the 55; no doubt IJ has got 1 or 2.
    HW did do an HW55DST. I'm not sure whether I.J. has one.
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    lg55

    I bought a trigger unit for my lg55 last year from Tom Strayhorn in the USA,a search on google should find him,if not I will see if I can find his email address.

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