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Walther GSP?

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Post by Tim:H11 1/27/2016, 8:07 pm

Walter GSP worth it? Held one recently and felt nice. Didn't shoot it though. Can anyone give good and or bad insight on one?
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Post by Chris Miceli 1/27/2016, 8:53 pm

never had one, check over at target talk. If i remember correctly biggest complaint was the trigger.

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Post by john bickar 1/27/2016, 8:58 pm

Christopher Miceli wrote:never had one, check over at target talk. If i remember correctly biggest complaint was the trigger.

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Post by john bickar 1/27/2016, 9:03 pm

I've shot a .22 LR and a .32 GSP for close to 25 years: won lots of stuff, set some records, shot a lot of small groups, put some big numbers on the board. They're good guns.

Like any other gun, depends on the fit to the shooter. YMMV.
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Post by Bill Treanor 1/29/2016, 8:15 am

I've shot a lot of different .22/.32 guns: Pardini, Benelli, and GSPs. The Pardini .32 I owned had the sweetest trigger but the dang thing was an alibi machine so I sold it. The Benelli .22 I owned was nice, but it started doubling so I sold it. The Benelli .32 I owned started falling apart with the stouter .32 loads I was using on the long line, so I sold it, too. I still have my GSP .22, my GSP .32, and my GSP Expert .32. They're build like tanks and have been WAY more reliable for me than most any other guns I've ever owned.

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Post by Tim:H11 1/29/2016, 8:25 am

How much do you think a good used GSP 22 would cost me?
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Post by Bill Treanor 1/29/2016, 8:28 am

I've seen them run between 600 and 1200 on Gunbroker depending on age, condition, accessories, etc. My GSP .22 is one of the older models with a single-stage trigger. These can usually be found for less $$ than the Expert models, in my experience.

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Post by Buggman 2/2/2016, 5:46 pm

I have two GSP,s an expert in 22 and an older model 1984 with lightweight barrel also in 22 never an alibi with them can't say enough about them thinking I will sell 1984
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Post by togfish 2/3/2016, 7:49 pm

Have been shooting a GSP expert for 5 years with only one alibi, and that turned out to be a dud round.

Make that 2. The other was a fail to feed from CCI SV wax build up, one extremely cold match.
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