Parts availability and service tutorial of FWB 60x and Walther LGR



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Offline dukja

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Recently I got a Daisy CMP 853 and really enjoy the accuracy and the nature of SSP. I also like the fact that I can service the gun myself easily and low-cost parts availability in US.

Now I am thinking of getting either FWB 60x or LGR, but both are foreign guns (to US). I tried to find posts about how people getting parts here in US and service them by owner (replacing o-ring seal, etc) but didn't find much info. I do read posts mentioning that they are easy to service and to get parts but nothing solid on the website or contact info.

So I would appreciate some comments of both guns in comparison regarding the cost and longevity of parts availability in US.   Also any info on the service tutorial will be greatly appreciated!
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Re: Parts availability and service tutorial of FWB 60x and Walther LGR
« Reply #1 on: February 12, 2019, 08:45:04 PM »
Two and a half years later, and here's some info.  You might still be interested, if not others might stumble on this short thread and be helped.

http://precisionandina.com/walther-lgr-rebuild/

Parts are from England or Australia for the LGR.  If you need something for a FWB, contact FWB directly.  They sell parts for about all their old guns.
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