PCGamingSimplified: Can you do norica spider? Please :)
Nathan Brown: Twat
Marco Nixon: Great review thanks guys. I've just ordered the Challenger model in
.177.should have it in a week.Can't wait !
JA2497: They're a great rifle out of the box but for the price I'd have a Prosport
anyday with couple of parts and a bit of lube the .177 Prosport is smoother
and will constantly hit targets 70yds+ A good shot at my club managed to
ring the 70yd Bell target 20mm aperture twice in a 4 hour shoot, I hit it
time and time again almost every shot. If you want out of the box
smoothness and power get a LGV if you don't mind grease under your finger
nails get a Prosport.
AirgunTV: Competition - stock's superior
1LRLRG: Was just re-reading an old issue of Air gunner. Nigel you used to have a
stash what happened?
Tadpole: Thanks Nigel, so some interesting ‘in the hand’ observations. Makes you
wonder how much R & D goes on. atb t ..
mudbutton2: Looks like they have put in polymer bearing surfaces at the front and rear
of the piston - likely one reason why it's so smooth to rooster. It is big
coin and IMO looks like a lot of Spanish guns. Cost wise, here in Australia
it's worth about the same as the legendary HW80 and the full power Diana
wjsg7979: Hey guys spot on review. Very informative. Had a quick question, can you
use the Predator pollymag .177 cal. with the Gamo Big Cat 1250? I've heard
some say no and some say yes. And in your opinion, what is the best pellet
for the Big Cat 1250 .177. Thank you guys so much for all your great reviews
AirgunTV: The wood is a bit heavier than the synthetic Challenger, and more
expensive. Yes. The weight helps dampen what little muzzle flip there is -
on the LGV, it's not totally necessary, but the Ultra definitely maximises
the benefit of the LGV's smooth firing cycle. No idea why Walther/Umarex
call the weighted barrels 'Ultra'... but they do! (Possibly because they're
ultra easy to shoot accurately?) To be honest, the dimensions are pretty
much the same across all stock variants. HTH
Heiner Ußner: Wieder einmal eine klasse Test von euch. auch wenn ich generell keine
Knicker mag, ist diese LG vielleicht doch mal eine Option. Weiter so Jungs
daystatesniper01: Good review there Nige' as usual ,would like to see you do a test on the
Webley valumax in .20 , in these austerity times . atvb' Mick
syks: very good accurate rifle and if you get your firearms licence you can take
it up to 22ftlb and it will still be very accurate :)
HuntersVermin: Very nice Nigel glad to see you back. The rifle doesn't seem to need a
silencer with the internal mechanical noises being so well dampened.
paulrelf88: What a beautiful rifle. I hold good engineering in very high regard when it
comes to rifles. I hope to have a go with one soon. I really need a job
working in your mag lol. I love shooting in all its forms, but I mostly
shoot HFT and go hunting. Which I think this Walther LGV is suited to
equally. I realise not all like weighty guns, but I personally don't mind
SimilkameenSlayer1: that walther would complement my 22lr, could use the walther for the 30
yard shots and my 22lr the 30 - 100 yard shots. awesome combo for snowshoe
hare and grouse. thanks for you quality and uplifting air gun videos, very
j0rd4n92: Hey Mrjacksmp Ohio, yeah you can own firearms in the UK with a firearms
licence. You can't get one if you have been in prison for 5+ years or have
certain mental health problems (obviously), and your not allowed to use
them as self defence. I can't really explain everything because i've only
just got into it but a quick google search will tell you everything :)
j0rd4n92: Hey nice video. Can anyone recommend me an air rifle, i don't want anything
special just one capable of target shooting at 25 and maybe 50 yard
accurately. My budget is around £200 because it's only for a year or two
until i can get a .22 rimfire but will spend more if neccasary as will keep
forever hopefully (first gun, only just got into shooting). Thank you.
Gary Kerr: Could u do a review 20 cal airguns thanks .
TheAlexagius: Makes the mistake of subbing to many gun channels, all upload on wednesday,
has work, but must watch them al.....
Antonovsky: Dear Nigel, I've wanted an airrifle for many years. Love PCP, but the air
supply is a hassle. This might be a better choice for me. But I do have
some questions: Other then the wooden stock, is there a reason to go for
the Master/Competition variant? Price and weight go up What is the use of a
barrel weight? why put weight in front, only heavy when aiming? Why do
variants with it fall under ULTRA? I do have small hands, is the challenger
ultra stock any slimmer/better for small hands? thnx!
AirgunTV: It certainly is expensive, SRS... but I'm not sure I agree with your views
on its quality. I'd say it ranks as the best quality 'production' air rifle
I've ever handled. It was a really sweet to shoot - you'd have to splash
out a fair bit on an off-the-shelf rifle to get it running as sweet as the
LGV. Put a better stock (just iron out the little faults) on the
Competition, and I'd say it would be worth every penny.
David Robinson: Very good review Nigel and thanks for the info and phone number for my
MikeyMlKEp: Why don't they make a high caliber - fully automatic air powered machine
gun? They could attach it to a Military Humvee with a built-in very high
pressure air compressor. And using an electro-magnetic trigger system
(open-close) with a hopper type feeding system - I bet you could shoot a
projectile at a FPS equal to that of a regular gun - and at a very high
rate per minute, and all without using any gunpowder or shell casings. No
Muzzle Flash either. Or do they already make this?
JosuéVoitena: How many METERS PER SECOND that gun shoots? METERS PER SECOND, not FEET PER
Jesper Lejon: When will you post more videos?
SimilkameenSlayer1: pcp air rifles are "ok" for urban hunting, but not practical for isolated
backcountry hunts hundreds of miles away from air tanks compressors. which
makes this rifle all the more appealing to me.
AirgunTV: Thanks HV. Sorry it's been so long - but hopefully I'm back on the mend now
srspower: You could be a air arms pro sport and still have a hundred quid left over
and the quality on that rifle is rubbish to be honest. When i saw the
review i assumed it would be cheaper than the competition not twice as
expensive. You'd be mad to buy it.
srspower: Well i can't see it being any more accurate than a Air Arms Pro Sport and
it only has a beech stock. And it's a break barrel! The pro sport has a
beautiful walnut stock and a underlever providing a fixed barrel and is far
prettier and costs a lot less.
AirgunTV: Armex are the sole UK suppliers of this rifle (to the gun shops)
AirgunTV: We don't have a specific day to upload... whatever day the editing's
Pongo1320: Jolly good and complete with a tele.
ChrisLX200: I've been using one of these for a couple of months. The overall finish
could be better (polish and blueing) but it shoots well. When I stripped
mine for a look I found the piston rod was loose - partly unscrewed from
the piston, and was easily removed completely using just my fingers. I
Loctited it back in place after cleaning up the damage caused by the
unrestrained mainspring. Umarex never replied to my emails explaining what
had happened. Anyway, I'm pleased with it now it's repaired.
j0rd4n92: Hey thanks for the suggestion, will have a look round and see if i can find
Lore Tom: i dont doubt that this is a terrific gun but with the cheapest model
costing just as much as a beeman r9 why not just go with a more tried and
tested rifle. Is there anything that makes this gun better than the other
top dollar spring guns out there?
highlandrab19: hate to say it but I like some recoil on guns
ttonyashtonyahoocouk: When are more vids due Nige?and can you please review a HW95K .22 tuned by
Sandwell Field Sports stage 1 or vermin hunters tv spectre make a good
review all the best.Big Tony
Handsomeshooter1: With a silencer the LGV shoots and sounds just like a PCP, if you don't
believe me give it a go..fantastic!!! Waiting to see the LGV appear on the
world stage as it was released too late for last year,the springer comes of
age at the hands of the company that changed the game years ago with the
jack: can any one help me i live in dubai and i want to buy a air gun online or
someone tell me a shop in dubai if online tell me the website anyone help
syks: think i may save up and get one :) ive owned many pcps but NOTHING beats
the fun of springers imo and this one seems VERY interesting
highlandrab19: hate to say it but I like some recoil on guns
faithfallandtrue: Thanks for your reply I will look into those tuning companies
erabian sam: That gun is 350 pounds you can get a remington nitro piston for 300 pounds
AirgunTV: LOL. Grew it to look older (when I was young). Got rid of it to look
younger now I'm old!
James A: Cool gun
El Musca: cual es el balor?
Antonovsky: Thanks! That was really everything i wanted to know, and an anwser so soon!
Sorry for being a bit short in my question on some points but youtube
limits the amount of symbols one can use. Anyway i gues ill have to find a
shop that has it in stock so i can get a feel for it, see if it fits it my
tiny hands ;). Keep up the nice reviews btw, I've been a subscriber for
some time now and its really nice to keep up with the advancements through
your videos! Good night.
Holiday: We don\t make alot, but our group do get to travel frequently. Just this year we went to Bangkok to get pictures and their holiday schedules. We are still in a growing phrase so best we can aim for is break even. I think everyone have to overcome the same type of challenge when starting something new. Don\t give up!
TEST: Walther LGV Competition Ultra air rifle4.8
out of 5