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burnleybob

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First BSA since my Ultra 10 years ago
« on: August 14, 2017, 06:36:52 PM »

Hello everyone,

Couldn't resist the beautiful lines of the R10 Mk2 SE, so patiently waiting for my new walnut .177 to arrive. Not had a BSA since the Ultra (which I quite liked - more so after I let it go)

Been a long time airgunner, had many makes and models, and my current main rifle is a .177 Regal which I love, and that's backed up by a TX200 mk3, which is also very nice. I have a HW95k too, but that's not british so doesn't really count. (recently moved from german makes back to good old british quality. :hee20hee20hee: No offence meant to HW owners.

Please be gentle with me, and tolerate my bone questions - until at least I have gleaned some knowledge from you, and can start to contribute.

Cheers & ATB

Bob



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Re: First BSA since my Ultra 10 years ago
« Reply #1 on: August 14, 2017, 08:06:09 PM »

 :welcome: to the forum burnleybob good choice of gun mate.
One of my shooting buddies has got the same gun with a Hawke Vantage on top and it's awesome.
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BSA Ultra MMC .22 Lots of brass
Gem.177 / FWB 300S .177
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