Gotta share this experience with you! Popped into Sharpedge in Sandton City last week. Saw an ad for a Walther lever action co2 (copy of Winchester) which I was interested in. First things first. I asked them if they stock Weihrauchs, and the salesman said he'd never heard of this make. Upon asking about the lever action, the salesman told me it was as accurate as a PCP. I told him I own three AA models, and was assured this would equally as accurate. He then pulled the lever action off the shelve, which in itself is a sexy little thing (R6,300 for the rifle + 4x32 scope). I was led to believe that they don't keep stock in the store, but sold the display models, and just pulled another rifle from a storeroom somewhere, which they'd then use as a display model till that too was sold. The rifle had a bit of surface rust on it, obviously from more handling than cleaning. I said that I was happy to take the display model, if I get a reasonable discount seeing it was handled by (possibly) hundreds of people, and had rust on it. Best they could do was 5%, which you'd get as a cash buyer in any event. Truth be told, if I got 10% off I would have bought it. It did make me think though whether I'd be happy dealing with them at all in future. Gotta wonder how many 'display model' springers have been dry fired and sold as 'new' to unsuspecting buyers.