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 on: September 18, 2018, 05:46:15 PM 
Started by super moto - Last post by arron yeates
As far as im aware there exactly the same. However the walnut / beach scorpion stocks pressure gauge may need an adaptor as it sits further in the wooden stocks if swapped

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 on: September 16, 2018, 10:42:21 PM 
Started by super moto - Last post by RANCiDTOM
Step 1, service it. Chrono it and see if it has improved.
Step 2 tune it or send it off for a tune. Consider a regulator as part of the tune. Simply slapping a reg in without making other tuning improvements won't help as much as tuning the gun so the reg can perform correctly. A gun tuned for a regulator is a very different set-up to one tuned for unregulated use. Some people fit larger air tubes but before you know it you've built yourself a Scorpion not an Ultra.

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 on: September 16, 2018, 07:09:05 PM 
Started by super moto - Last post by super moto
Have just done a 30 string chrono test
Filled to 180 bar using unweighed kaiser in .177
780 FPS
763
734
11.47 ftlbs
11.00
10.18
Over 1ftlb difference and a 46fps vari.
I find this quiet shocking for 30 shots
Any ideas how to better this
Rifle used .177 bsa ultra mmc

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 on: September 12, 2018, 10:49:12 AM 
Started by neil - Last post by rkr
Goldstar has better barrel according to BSA so it should have an edge on accuracy. That being said most BSA barrels have excellent accuracy so you might get just as good barrel with R10. Both have crappy regulators and adjustable triggers + use the same action. If shotcount doesn't matter I'd be tempted to get a Goldstar. Unless of course you need a compact gun, then the carbine version of R10 would be my choice.

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 on: September 11, 2018, 10:44:00 PM 
Started by dazza5 - Last post by vangard
Hello Dazza hope you enjoy the forum.

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 on: September 11, 2018, 02:09:33 PM 
Started by dazza5 - Last post by 1066
Hello dazza .... welcome to the BSAOG!    :welcome:

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 on: September 10, 2018, 04:15:10 PM 
Started by dazza5 - Last post by dazza5
Hi everyone just quick note to say hello. Now for a read through the forum 😀😀

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 on: September 09, 2018, 08:53:37 PM 
Started by DeLaRue - Last post by 1066
Hello .... welcome to the BSAOG!   :welcome:

Good luck with the restoration. I've had a 12/15 and a MkIII, and they were both superb rifles. Do you intend to shoot prone, or benchrest - or just as a club plinker?

http://www.rifleman.org.uk/Dating%20your%20rifle.htm

http://rifleman.org.uk/BSA_Martini_International_Mks.I_&_%20II.html

Try contacting John Knibbs. I'm sure he will be able to give you a lot of information about your rifle if you tell him about the various markings on it.   :wink:

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 on: September 09, 2018, 03:43:05 PM 
Started by DeLaRue - Last post by DeLaRue
Hi...just joined this group so thought I would say hello....so hello!
I have just bought a BSA Martini International MKII, it's a bit frayed round the edges (and I know that this subject divides opinion) but I intend to try & restore it sympathetically to original condition, fingers crossed!
I'll keep you posted if anyone is interested, thanks!
Regards...

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 on: September 09, 2018, 01:56:40 PM 
Started by DeLaRue - Last post by DeLaRue
Hi All...I have purchased a BSA Martini International MKII with a heavy 29" barrel & it has an X stamped on the barrel close to the serial number. Can anyone tell me if this is a date/issue or proof stamp or does it mark the barrel as being different in any way?
Thank you!
Regards,

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