Originally Posted by Kgbmark
Brian - many thanks for the comprehensive reply. I will have a read and give it a go over the weekend.
Are you not tempted to get a LGU yourself? I prefer mine to my TX200 MK3 (admittedly untuned).
No worries.. have a go and please let me know how you get on with the trigger.. I've had a few people asking me about this already and it's looking like the LGU is going to be extremely popular, so it's a problem most people are going to want to solve.
If I can get some feedback, I'll put all the photo's and trigger tuning procedure up on it's own webpage - I might even create an animation for the Walther trigger if I get the time.
Yup, I'm very tempted by the LGU but I'm holding off on one for the moment.
Not because I don't like them, it's because for this season I've had Jon Budd build me up a couple of very nice TX internals. I shot with just bog standard TX Mk1 internals last year (without a piston weight and with better fitting guides) but for this year I need to bring something a bit more special to the table when I shoot out in NZ at the Worlds. If I'm going to have to go head to head with TX SR's, Whiscombes, and tricked up Diana AirKings I want something that's going to at least give me a fighting chance against the semi-recoiless brigade
So I've put so much time, effort and money into the TX's now that with just 4 months to go before the Worlds, I need to focus on those rather than take a punt on a new gun and then have to think about getting adjustable trigger blades and custom laminate stocks made up etc etc..
If I didn't have a race tuned springer already - the LGU would be at the top of my list and I'll more than likely get one after September and give it an outing in the NEFTA Winter league.