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    Weihrauch Ltd Editions

    With the news today of the 1899 series (125th year Ltd editions)

    https://www.weihrauch-sport.de/125-jahre-weihrauch

    Got me thinking about other Ltd editions.

    I remember the Green centenary HW97k and I think the HW50S also had one.

    Remember the HW35 having a few Ltd edition versions and the grey laminate HW98

    I know recently there’s been a few HW100 Ltd editions as well as this latest version.

    But has there ever been a pistol Ltd edition?

    I can’t think of any Ltd edition HW40, HW44, HW45 or HW70

    Think the closest must be the Bronze star HW45 although it’s not really a Ltd edition.

    Must admit I’m losing track nowadays as it seems there’s a lot of manufactures playing this Ltd edition game.

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    Iíd be surprised if we donít see the Red, Blue, White or even Gold star on the horizon

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    Liking the red and black stocks, I've had the green centenary before, quite a light green, still currently have the blue/grey laminate and the rarer red one (autumn or summer, I can never remember which it is!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by cozzamec View Post
    Liking the red and black stocks, I've had the green centenary before, quite a light green, still currently have the blue/grey laminate and the rarer red one (autumn or summer, I can never remember which it is!)
    Must confess I quite like the look of them as well.

    Would like to see one in the flesh but Iím tempted if the price isnít absolutely ridiculous.

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    Got the centenary here ,Bought it Jan 2000 from memory , Think I was £239 if I'm correct , Still got the invoice etc that came with it, Its a nice looking gun , Seem a little thin on the ground these days ,

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    Quote Originally Posted by madcarlos View Post
    Got the centenary here ,Bought it Jan 2000 from memory , Think I was £239 if I'm correct , Still got the invoice etc that came with it, Its a nice looking gun , Seem a little thin on the ground these days ,
    Very nice I do like the Green centenary.

    One on GT but yes quite thin on the ground.

    https://www.guntrader.uk/guns/air-ri...40219111447002

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    https://youtu.be/HdwSWDX8Zek?si=7ZTRZSQ7dpO6jU5K

    June delivery and the 50S as we know is the German version comes with removable elements type foresight.

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    97 Centenary

    If anyone fancies a 97 green machine then just ask, mint and unused and not a silly price like GTrader. Mach 1.5

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mach 1.5 View Post
    If anyone fancies a 97 green machine then just ask, mint and unused and not a silly price like GTrader. Mach 1.5
    Pm sent

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    See you soon Paul

    Always wanted the centenary as my first ever Weihrauch springer I actually bought was a mk1 97K decades ago

    The centenary will be the pinnacle for me

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mach 1.5 View Post
    If anyone fancies a 97 green machine then just ask, mint and unused and not a silly price like GTrader. Mach 1.5
    Quote Originally Posted by oldskoolzzz View Post
    See you soon Paul

    Always wanted the centenary as my first ever Weihrauch springer I actually bought was a mk1 97K decades ago

    The centenary will be the pinnacle for me
    All worked out nicely! Lovely jubbly!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cozzamec View Post
    All worked out nicely! Lovely jubbly!
    You know it makes sense

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    Quote Originally Posted by oldskoolzzz View Post
    See you soon Paul

    Always wanted the centenary as my first ever Weihrauch springer I actually bought was a mk1 97K decades ago

    The centenary will be the pinnacle for me
    The mk1 looks better, Reminds me of my Charlie, He's a whippet , The mk2 97 reminds me of my other dog , A French bulldog, Her nose needs to stick out a bit more , Just dont look like a dog, More like a teddy out of a fairground grabber machine . The overhang on the mk1 makes a big difference with the looks , Just my opinion Obviously.

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    Quote Originally Posted by madcarlos View Post
    The mk1 looks better, Reminds me of my Charlie, He's a whippet , The mk2 97 reminds me of my other dog , A French bulldog, Her nose needs to stick out a bit more , Just dont look like a dog, More like a teddy out of a fairground grabber machine . The overhang on the mk1 makes a big difference with the looks , Just my opinion Obviously.
    Agree buddy have very fond memories of my old mk1 with its overhang especially as mentioned it was the first Weihrauch springer that I ever bought.

    Canít wait to get the Green machine from Paul it will become my highdays and holidays springer

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    Only posting because it gets a "reaction"



    Always looking for any cheap, interesting, knackered "project" guns. Thanks, JB.

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