Originally Posted by The Bongo
They are all good enough guns. With the trend of rushing things into production, I would be wary of buying the Walther. Many firms seem to treat their customers as unpaid R&D engineers.
Been there did that, two went back for trigger issues, if your a experienced tuner as some people are would be no problem, but why should we, lovely stock and balance , very accurate and pretty reasonable to shoot BUT the thing that bothered me is the cocking mech attached to the piston assembly seemed to rely on the fit between the stock and the action which showed a bit of wear into the stock after a few hundred shots makes me wonder what will happen after a few thousand or the stock becoming loose in the action , kinda hope I got this wrong and I, m sure someone will correct me promptly comments owners please ,