BSA Ultra .177 Reviews

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“BSA Ultra SE bolt action”

Written on: 22/04/2014

I wanted a very light carbine for woodland use in thick cover. Pigeon and rook are a big problem in a tract of woodland I shoot. Pheasant pens are raided and a quiet PCP needed. Shot count is not an issue, the SE gives 50 in .177. The tactical stock was chosen, it is well suited to a lightweight carbine. Very comfortable and comes to the shoulder well. The newer spring tensioned magazine is a joy. No protrusion means a low profile mount can be used. A gripe on my much loved AA S410. Bolt action… Read Full Review

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“The BSA Ultra is a fantastic little gun but you need...”

Written on: 12/06/2010 by singlespeedhec (1 review written)

The BSA Ultra is a fantastic little gun but you need to ditch the supplied silencer and upgrade to one like a Weihrauch HW100 or a Logun. This is my first .177 and I like the flatter flight of the pellet and as long as you're sensible and keep to a maximum of 30 - 35 yards and always aim for the head you will find shooting this gun very rewarding. I was very tempted by the Tactical version but pleased I opted for the wood stock as the chequering makes gripping the rifle very easy and it's… Read Full Review

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“i have a BSA 177 ultra its a very accurate gun i hit a...”

Written on: 01/09/2009 by 1974gregson (1 review written)

i have a BSA 177 ultra its a very accurate gun i hit a squirrel head shot from 35yrds killed him stone dead we all know how tough they can be my only fault is that it is to light i need a heavier gun… Read Full Review

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“The BAS Ultra .177 is a great gun , needs better...”

Written on: 21/09/2008 by mzkeith (1 review written)

The BAS Ultra .177 is a great gun , needs better silencer but love using it. kid friendly, dvd is a plus. good value . i found loading a pain at first but now i take my time. good practice in the field, makes you focus… Read Full Review

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“I recently bagged 2 rabbits at roughly 35/45 yards...”

Written on: 16/07/2007 by brett1991 (11 reviews written)

I recently bagged 2 rabbits at roughly 35/45 yards from a fence post beside a field, i was able to take the first one with relative ease as i have a Weihrauch silencer which makes it almost silent so other rabbits were not scared off by the first shot, i would simply recommend the .177 as it has better energy retention and a straighter trajectory for those who seek optimal accuracy with their rifles! Possibly the best gun I've ever owned due to its look and feel, its just superbly designed and… Read Full Review

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