Walther LG300 - 6 X available from Spain at interesting prices

Discussion in 'Walther' started by JasonGoldsmith66, Mar 18, 2011.

  1. JasonGoldsmith66

    JasonGoldsmith66 Banned

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    http://www.sentry.es/epages/6219800.../62198003/Categories/"Carabinas PCP"/Monotiro

    Received an email on my enquiry; have NOT bought from these guys, so cant vouch.

    However, I was mulling on getting my FINAL LG300 from these guys, and having it sent to my gun dealer in Holland; to remove the 21J spring & regulator, and have the 16J ones fitted. Chronod, and then sent onwards to UK :D

    ...alternatively, you could send your 16J spring & regulator, and ask if they are willing to do a swap in the shop...

    Serial numbers available & all of them are 21 joules

    Alutec:
    50678
    50720
    50748


    Laminate Wood:
    50742
    50743
    50752




    Also, if you intend to buy, I reckon you should contact one of the Spanish STB members on this forum to do a pre vet of Sentry, if there are any :confused:

    Contact: sentryweapon@yahoo.es
    Fernando Martin.
    Escuchar
    Leer fonéticamente


    :cool:
     
  2. Globalstar66

    Globalstar66 Member

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    Peter, those are pretty old serial numbers. Mine is 50796 and was built in January 2010....
     
  3. cwprice

    cwprice Member

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    Serial number not as old as mine '50477' and that was delivered from the factory in March 2011.
     
  4. -=ed

    -=ed New Member

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    Are the older numbers [after the new regs] better in some way?

    I've had my Dominatorfor some time,, with a 50207 serial number, so I wonder if there is some lurking problem.
     
  5. Globalstar66

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    Nope, I don't think the newer ones are really better....depends if you have a great barrel on it I guess.... :)
     

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