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Walther Rotex RM8

 
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PostPosted: Wed Dec 21, 2016 9:15 am    Post subject: Walther Rotex RM8  Reply with quote

Bought this a year ago and it was not  pleasant experience for the first few weeks until I had used it and bedded its parts in. The original format showed its cocking to be rough and the trigger was deplorable. a few hours stripping it cleaning it then a re-lube saw a vast improvement. A year on and it now performs like my HW100FSBKT. Just as accurate and silky smooth.
Latest purchase is a Hatsan Gladius so read that forum section for news of that. Rolling Eyes


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