Written on: 20/08/2012
I got the rifle today, had some plinking time then I lay in my field and waited, saw a rabbit and puff! the rabbit was no more. I bought it second hand (scope zeroed in) and as I could not afford a new BSA so I had to go second hand. I did not want a rubbish SMK that's for sure ! the rifle is very accurate in .177 and the pellet can hit a 12"x12" plank of wood from 50m away it is a great rifle.I definitely recommend, more over you are able to sell it and not loose lots of money as it is a... (read more)
Written on: 09/06/2011
I have had my Supersport (.177) for just under a year. It was reccomended second hand at £150 instead of a new Commeta or Gamo (didn't like the luminous sights)- thanks to McAvoys of Standish. Steel sights are great up to 20m in decent light. The rifle comes up to the shoulder beautifully and it shoots much better than I can (good day gives you 0.5inch groups at 15 yards no problem) Use good pellets. Mine loves RWS (hobbys and Superdomes) though Webley Acupells are even better. The... (read more)
Written on: 16/03/2011
The Supersport was recommended by my dealer as a good all rounder and excellent value for money.My experience with the gun proves that he was absolutely right.Mine is the .22 carbine model and with a silencer fitted is very easily cocked.It is extremely accurate but my only gripe is the mainspring which broke sooner than I expected. (read more)
Written on: 03/01/2011
very disappointed a friend of mine bought one 15 yrs ago and its a beauty
mine was fine for the first month then shot like a dog
4 scopes later and i have given up and these are airgun scopes with bridge mounts
how do4 inch 3 shot groups at 15m sound its all over the shop
v disappointed (read more)
Written on: 26/09/2010
Nice looking rifle but the latest version is not a patch on the old version. Another example of quality British engineering being undone by by overseas companies, in this case GAMO.
Spend your money on something worthwhile. I have a Weihrauch HM99s which is much better quality, at about the same money. (read more)
Written on: 09/06/2010
i got o loan of my b.s.a supersport along with b.s.a 22 special scopes.i have only had a chance to go shooting 3 times with it and "what a gun"! my friend who loaned me the rifle has since sold it to me for £50 along with padded carrying case and carton of pellets,obviously we were both drunk when we shook hands on that deal!!but i am assured there are no hard feelings....lol.. at 50 yards i shot and killed a rabbit and have to say it was effortless.it feels great to hold,has a good kick... (read more)
Written on: 20/04/2010 by christrying (3 reviews written)
a lovely gun,once sights are zeroed this gun won't let you down, brought this for ratting round some old stables and the rats hate it, bunnies aint to keen on it either, lovely little kickback when fired tight grouping out to 30+ yards possible.ideal springer for the first timer or the seasoned veteran.buy one and you won't be disappointed. (read more)
Written on: 20/03/2010 by karlt (1 review written)
purchased rifle.couldnt adjust scope over to the left.safety partially comes on while cocking and when safety moved rifle fired.the pellet grouping was awfull.i would have been better to throw the rifle at the target.has since been returned to the shop and they said its performance wa s highly dodgy.no more bsa air rifles for me.i did a lot of research before purchase and im very dissapointed with this gun. (read more)
Written on: 30/08/2009
I have a 22 Supersport , standard barrel ( not Carbine) with a 22 Rifle scope . It is extremely acurate, and willl kill rabbits / pigeons CONSISTENTLY at 35 yds with Logun pellets( Expensive, but the best!
Buy one as a "Vermin " airgun, - you will not be disappointed (read more)
Written on: 02/05/2009
First ever day of having my BSA Supersport and already i love it. the tele sights are great once zeroed in. Getting groupings less than an inch at 10m. nice easy weight and easy to cock. Great gun! would really recommend as a just over £200 you cant go far wrong!! (read more)
Written on: 12/02/2009 by kiwi airgunner (1 review written)
The BSA Supersport air rifle is very accurate and powerful..i have the 15 ftp .177 version. who was theperson who decided to put two Alan key screws to hold the barrel down?..i have to keep tightening them..
all round i am happy with it but Jesus, the iron sights and the method of holding the barrel to the stock is very disappointing. I have nailed plumbs consistently at 30 yards so no fluke..powerful enough to knock over a possum and no prob with rabbits. very reliable as i have had this... (read more)
Written on: 25/11/2008
Gives a good kick so feels proper. Also once telescopic sights are zeroed they dont need zeroing untill you knock them. kills well. i hve shot 7 rabbits three pigeons and some maggies with this kills in one clean shot! hits 5p coins at 25yds. if you want a proper air rifle buy this!! great rifle not just for beginners great allround fairly light and powerfull at 11.5fps. (read more)
Written on: 15/11/2008 by adamcool
Seriously amazing gun brilliant concidering buying one buy one. Amazing gun accurat, light, powerful shot hundreds of rabbits one shot one kill. It could do with a better scope rail (read more)
Written on: 04/09/2008 by nickhuntmam
A great little gun with enough accurusy and power for humane hunting and "plinking". Should also last for years! For the money it is awesome. Well i love it anyway! If you dont want/need open sights there is the Lightening models. You have a lot more choice including the excellent Maxi Grip scope rail. Also stock options. I quite fancy a Lightening Tactical in my collection if you have not tried the Tactical try it! It may not look good to you but it feels amazing! (read more)
Written on: 13/07/2008
I really enjoy using this weapon as it is a good make and is great value for money (read more)
Written on: 09/07/2008 by arthur250
This is my first gun and have although been around shoots not shot before, i found this gun very light easy to handle , very well balanced as a first timer it is at max power to what i am legaly allowed but its not too powerful for first timer and feel a good companion in my first session with this gun i shot 8 rabbits and 7 jackdaws. Very good gun ,easy uncomplicated new found friend (read more)
Written on: 06/06/2008 by fired01 (1 review written)
The BSA metor, airsporter or super airsporter are excellent rifles the UK rifle made and i should know
In the 1970s i have in the past owed all of them. accurate consistent groups i target and a vermin killer in the .22. (read more)
Written on: 02/06/2008
It shows great power and accuracy and can kill most game in one shot. I enjoy the fell of the gun as it is very light. It is quite expensive and as it is a break barrel it is slightly less accurate than an under lever. (read more)
Written on: 12/05/2008 by Hobby hunter (1 review written)
I have had this rifle for over 17 years now and find it hard to pick any fault. Once sighted in it stays true for as long as it takes to bump the foresights. It is excellent for shooting small game and I have had great success with shooting possums, rabbits and hares, most of them with one shot. I have gone through 3 scopes however and will soon be trying a NC STAR 45mm red dot scope. Shooting at night will be made easier with a scope as the front sight has a very small beed that can be... (read more)
Written on: 05/05/2008
This is my first air rifle, bought with a 4-9x40 Hawke mil-dot scope + BSA bag + pellets, all for £250. The first time I tried it on 'zeroing range', I was quickly hitting 30mm size targets at 40 yards. I actually like the sharp 'crack' it makes on firing, and the recoil - it feels like a proper gun, not the sophisticated neutral feel you get from the more expensive guns I've since tried. All round then, I think it's brilliant - I looked at all sorts of other guns before buying and this one... (read more)
Written on: 27/04/2008 by SausageMeat
I have had this weapon for many years, and is only now needing attention (15 years later!) (read more)
Written on: 20/04/2008 by GIT1 (2 reviews written)
Great up to the limit gun with same accuracy as more expensive rifles, just met someone else @ range who swore by supersport, "very impressed"!!... (read more)
Written on: 10/04/2008
Over all it is a great rifle to use ideal for small game very accurate and easy to fire. It has a very good safety switch that in the past 17yrs that I have owned it it has never let me down. (read more)
Written on: 05/04/2008 by GIT1 (2 reviews written)
Overall good looking gun, you can feel the quality hope to have plenty of fun with it will keep you posted. Very accurate with open sites. Just about to shoot with tele sites, great feel good factor with this gun you know when youv'e shot it, sounds fierce and the thud of the ammo as it hits the mark is pretty impressive too. (read more)
Written on: 14/03/2008
Overall excellent rifle. The BSA Supersport is well made and powerfull for beginner and fairly light. (read more)
Written on: 23/02/2008 by macka
The BSA Supersport is a cracking piece of armory, its light, powerful and accurate (read more)
Written on: 06/02/2008
It is a great starter gun as its exellent value for money
I seriously suggest the BSA Supersport to beginners (read more)
Written on: 05/02/2008 by Knappster (1 review written)
its a great gun, its light, powerful, its accurate everthing you could want.
Written on: 04/02/2008
The BSA Supersport is an excellent little rifle seriously recommend it for beginners (read more)
Written on: 05/01/2008 by airking69 (4 reviews written)
the bsa supersport is a great rifle i would recommend it to any one wanting a good cheap rifle (read more)
Written on: 21/07/2007 by spudkin100 (1 review written)
I own a Supersport .22 16flbs when i first got it i put a scope and mounts on it after about 500 shot the recoil in the gun made a mess of the mounts and kept knocking my zero out. So i bought a Sportsmatch Dampa mount now it works a treat very accurate have been killing a lot of rabbits with just the other day i hit one at around 40 metres killed it outright. Very good accurate gun with the right mounts on it. (read more)
Written on: 18/06/2007 by phil538 (1 review written)
This gun has quite a fierce clang when you pull the trigger so if you chose to ruin the lines of this stylish little number, mount scopes on it that can cope.
The first thing I did when I got my gun was to modify the open sights. The standard Lego brick sights are ok if you are going to shoot at giant targets.
This is not the gun to buy if you like hitting the target every time but its redeeming qualities make it stand out from the crowd. It has style and character.
I have a couple of... (read more)
Written on: 20/05/2007 by bsatwentytwo (2 reviews written)
My Supersport is fitted with an AGS scope and silencer, i use it at my local air gun club where most people these days use .177, there are a few of us who like our multi-purpose .22.
We can still hit all those knock down targets on the plinking range as well as those .177 owners.
Overall the Supersport is a reliable no frills full power hunter which can still hold it's own on the plinking range. Keep it .22! (read more)
Written on: 03/05/2007 by covlad (2 reviews written)
I have a Supersport/lightning that has been tuned by SFS by the previous owner. The gun when tuned shoots very accurate and also nice and quiet (ideal for hunting).
The feel of the rifle is great and the trigger is fine for me. I was told to use H&N FTT pellets which I did for about a month then when I went to buy more they had none in so I thought Id have a go with RWS Superdomes and boy what a pellet these are, I`m hitting nearly everything I aim at. So I`m glad the shop never had the... (read more)
Written on: 07/11/2006 by deadeye dick (2 reviews written)
The BSA Supersport is a great little gun. I first bought one back in the early 80s and now have acquired another .22, although it needed a new piston head and breech seal and a guy from the Longford range did it for a very reasonable price.
With the right pellets, they are devastatingly accurate and deliver more than enough power to dispatch small game at useful ranges, between 25 and 40 yds. The gun I have now is 13 years old and is still knocking rabbits over at 35 yds +.
The only down... (read more)
Written on: 15/06/2006 by Dale B (1 review written)
For many months I had been looking through endless gun mags and web sites trying to find the gun for me. Finally I rested upon either a BSA Super Sport or a Lightning. After much thought and consideration I opted for a .177 Supersport as it was far cheaper and there was no obvious advantages with the Lightning apart from the shorter barrel. I ordered it from JS Ramsbottom.com and I had it two days later. As soon as I had unwrapped it I attached a leapers 3-9 x 40 scope and BSA mounts. I got... (read more)
Written on: 11/05/2006 by ricky gray (2 reviews written)
This BSA Supersoft is a great air gun - it is ideal for small vermin and target practice. (read more)
Written on: 03/04/2006 by Stokstyf (14 reviews written)
I've had the BSA Supersport rifle for 2 months. This little rifle is GREAT.
When I decided too buy a new rifle. I tested a lot of different brands eg. Gamo (almost all models), Webley Xocet, Weihrauch (way too expensive), Hatsun Mod70, BAM40 and a few other Chinese rifles. Eventually I settled for the BSA Supersport (.177)
The woodwork and craftmanship on this rifle is nice, not awesome, but better than most other guns in the same price range. The balance is amazing, if you carry the rifle... (read more)
Written on: 11/03/2006 by saemrath
I got my BSA Supersport today and it's great. It's my first air rifle and I can shot cans at 30 yards with open sights. I don't have a scope because I don't think it's needed as the open sights are so accurate. I got the .22 version and with it got through one side of a can and out of the other. It's a good weight you know you have a good Britsh gun in your hands but it's not too heavy. I think I will have many years of fun with this gun.
I bought my gun from Clay Shooters in Market... (read more)
Written on: 14/06/2005 by KinkyKirby (1 review written)
In this review I am referring to the BSA Supersport carbine version. I bought the BSA Supersport because it was reasonably priced, full power, and the comments about this gun are all good.
I can only add to this praise as this gun is lightweight, (if you get the carbine which I highly recommend for an extra £20) has an adaptor for the silencer, is very well made, and is accurate to 1 inch at 35 yards with practice using 10 shot groupings.
This gun is good for hunting although I do not... (read more)
Written on: 10/02/2005 by nicky (1 review written)
The BSA Supersport rifle is great. It is accurate (1.0inch groups at 35yrds), powerful, and light (6.5lbs) this gun is ideal for hunting and also plinking. When I first took it out it was under power (10flbs) but put a good few rounds through it and settled down to a reasonable 11.7flbs which is plenty for hunting. The second time I took it out I could hear grinding on loading so I took it home and striped it to find grit on the cocking linkage so a little clean and oil and it was fine but... (read more)
Written on: 08/04/2004 by Robert Cooke (2 reviews written)
I had the BSA Supersport given to me at Christmas and it has been a joy to handle compared with my old air rifle (an SMK b3-f). The rifle fits nicely in the hand and is at just the right weight. My air rifle has been fitted with a silencer and is a carbine version so it is a deadly tool when shooting from a hide. The stock is very nicely finished and the adjustable trigger has a crisp, clean pull. it is extremely accurate and I am very pleased with it. (read more)
Written on: 10/03/2004 by Hunter1 (1 review written)
I have had my .177 BSA Supersport for some years now and have done very well with it. I bought it for £250 including a scope and a tin of Eley Wasp.
Upon firing it I did notice that the recoil was quite substantial but this can be easily fixed by fitting a gas ram (which I have and well recommend). The trigger pull is adjustable 2 stage and is factory set to be quite stiff, so there may be some work needed there.
I have had many a rabbit with my trusty BSA up to about 45yrds, mine is the... (read more)
Written on: 22/01/2004 by jez rose (1 review written)
I am really pleased with my supersport which is also fitted with a telesight. i originally bought it when my house roof got invaded by rats but now go rabbiting, etc. with a friend. recently i killed a pheasant with a single head shot at approx 65 yds, hopefully this will answer anybody's questions about longer range accuracy, it's a great little package, much better than any i had as a kid, it has a strong recoil which occasionally effects accuracy but a firm grip is really all that's... (read more)