Written on: 12/02/2011 by grassb (4 reviews written)
My gun is the US model .25 caliber Supersport XL also known as the newer version. The gun was purchased used at 50% of the retail cost. The full retail price is rather high and the importer controls the pricing at other retailers. So in short methinks it's overpriced and there is no price competition. Had this one not presented itself I would have likely purchased the cheaper Cometa Fenix in .25 caliber. Currently there are very few mid power .25 cal springers in production to choose from.
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Written on: 15/07/2009
I've had my BSA Supersport for many years now and love it. Have shot many small animals with it. The only disadvantage is the tight loading slot which rules out the use of long pointed pellets - I have slotted them in but you have to push them in with a screwdriver or similar, which isn't good for various obvious reasons… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/03/2008 by bernie finn (1 review written)
If you wanner flaten rabbit an squirrels @ 30 yrds the beeza super sport in .25cal is a nasty knocker i have had a lot of bsa.s in my lifetime my first one was a cadet major in.177cal that was in 1959 it was s/h and ad many years hunting with a lot os success. i would say the beeza .25 is well worth considering and the price is a very fair one try differant pellets and find what is best in your i personally like the litest in .25 i like velocity and the size of a .25 pellet… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/11/2006 by rodent reaper (1 review written)
I can't imagine a better squirrel gun for the money… Read Full Review
Written on: 21/11/2004 by Truttakungen (7 reviews written)
Love the BSA Supersport .25 caliber gun. It's powerful and accurate.
Well balanced and a moderate recoil.
The only bad thing is that it is very sensitive to different types of pellets. So far the best ammo in my gun is diana magnum… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/07/2004 by dave2004 (1 review written)
The BSA Supersport is a good quality gun at a very good price, it is accurate,powerful and is a nice weight, some other reviews state it is not accurate this must be user error?… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/09/2003 by SUPERKODIAK (6 reviews written)
I just started adult-airguns, i'm usually more acurate with my Longbows and recurves than with Fire arms (Joke), After reading reviews on the net i've decided to by The BSA Supersport in CAL.25 : Great choice cos this airgun is pure joy to shoot and is also accurate (i've put a 2.5 X 32 scope on it).
I like also the short (carabine) version of this airgun (the additive silencer is useless).
Buy it 25 CAL. is unbeatable… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/05/2003 by Jambon. (1 review written)
I needed somthing hard hitting for Very large rats and boy does this fit the bill!!!!
ive got mine fitted with a Simmons WTC 1.5-5x20 and anything that comes within 30 yards aint gotta chance!
makes a good mess of squirrels too!!… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/04/2002 by Jamie. (1 review written)
I think the .22 version of the BSA supersport air rifle is great!! It groups crosman accupell/powapell in one ragged hole at 30yds. Mine is fitted with a simmons 4x32 scope which does the job for an air rifle. It easily kills woodpigeons cleanly at 45yds! Worth it for the money:)… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/02/2002 by ron. (1 review written)
I bought a new BSA supersport 0.25" caliber air rifle in the U.S. 16 ft. lb. version and the recoil was very bad. It was so bad I was afraid it would knock the fillings out of my teeth. The only pellet I could find that would fit in the tight bore was the .25 cal. Rhino. The Rhino is a pretty good pellet, but it's not one of my favorites. I sent it back in short order and got my money back. I have spent many years airgunning and find BSA to be one of my least favorite guns. I also have a BSA… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/01/2002 by Nigel. (1 review written)
I bought the "25" Supersport from BSA after frustration at not being able to knock down some admitedly rusty field tarkets with my .177 caliber Falcon.
The "25" BSA proved to be the answer, knocking down even the most rusty and seized field targets.
I fitted a 3x9x40 SMK sight which fell to bits due to the recoil after 200 odd shots.
In standard form the rifle makes around 9ft/lbs, which does not sound alot, but of course with such heavy ammunition ( I use H&N field target trophey 20grn )the… Read Full Review