Discussion in 'General Airgun Chat' started by airgunmad, Aug 9, 2011.
What the differance between the Steyr LG100 and the LG110 Pleasel
Sorry, I'll get my coat
the diffrence between a mk3 daystate and a mk4 ( despite the electronics ) i think the 110 is just an updated better version ?
The 100 and 110 use identical triggers and regs so no difference there. The 110 has an o ring in the front of the chasis where the cylinder screws in. Newer 110,s have the roller bearing fitted to the cocking lever and a new shaped hammer that is a little lighter and prevent the ping noise.
After stripping quite a few, my LG100 barley twist has better finishing on the internals. The trigger sears look like they have been made to a higher standard or just maybe finished better?
Thanks Chrisc just what I wanted to know.
The LG110 trigger is different but only in that it runs on bearings, I've used both and I can't tell the difference.... Visual differences are the chassis cut outs and black wood work (on the ft model). As Chris said the LG100s seem better built, I've seen 110s with extrusion type markings on the chassis and the 110 woodwork is just beech painted black, however both 100 and 110 with both be superb guns regardless
LG110 has the better trigger, newer mechanism and sears in LG110, it also has roller bearings on cocking mechanism so smoother cocking and no wear on the lever. LG110 has the new hammer and better IMO eith adjustable external power adjuster. LG110 has more secure barrel with two grub screws and more contact area with action. O-ring machined into action stops cylinder moving about on LG110. LG110 has a newer better designed valve.
LG100 was finished to a higher standard and has a better barrel. Regs are the same. Both superb guns
All LG100s post barley twist have 2 barrel grub screws, not just 110s
if you really want to know the fine details get in touch with richard woods, what he dosnt know about steyr's isnt worth knowing.