Written on: 17/03/2013
fantstic pistol.if you can get a good one.but then exspect to pay up.few about,that need a lot of work.not cheap. but as i say get a good one,yuo wont be sorry.will leave hw45/p1 standing.heavy,yes but you get used to that.but very very powerful.even better with a good scope.want a litle getting used to.good gun. (read more)
Written on: 13/04/2011
bought t10 in .22 wish i hadnt nothin but trouble with it the third bsa i have owned and had trouble with all 3.under powered and keep jammin due to magazine . bought it a few weeks ago got old mags in , and to buy new mag £44 very expensive . tryed to ring bsa couldnt contact them . stick with air arms at least you can talk to someone if they break down , (read more)
Written on: 23/12/2010
Frankly I don't remember what I paid for the gun, so it's hard to rate the "value", but I have had it for at least 20 years and it's a great gun. Not for the timid. Hard to cock, you can feel the recoil, but decent trigger, very accurate and very powerful. Front and rear sights both intact but have used a red dot for the last ten years. Works good for targets, works great for small varmints and plinking stuff. Can't imagine it ever wearing it out. The cocking force is the only... (read more)
Written on: 08/11/2010
i have only had this gun for a year now and have repaired it once i do not have a cocking aid for it but i manage. i think it is a quite acurate gun but i have to conteract it becqause of its recoil, overall it is a good gun. (read more)
Written on: 06/04/2010
i am selling a Bsa Scorpion pistil, open sights and has a red dot scope, cocking aid and all is working good. email me if there any offers firstname.lastname@example.org thanks (read more)
Written on: 10/12/2009 by Richard Woolnough (1 review written)
Hi Guys, I have just aquired a Scopion pistol with which I wish to shoot rats in a confined space, it came with a scope but this is impractible to use, there is no back sight this would foul the scope, was the weapon supplied with a back sight? if so anyone got details scale plans or even one not required? email@example.com (read more)
Written on: 10/10/2009 by DwightRobbins (1 review written)
I just acquired a BSA Scorpion .22 caliber . don't know if its the MK1 or MK11. I need a rear site for it as was broken by the pevious owner. anyone out there can help me find one? also I have a BSA Airsporter real old. wonder if someone can tell me how to tell if the barrel is plugged or if it needs a new spring, how you insert (which way the pellet on the top loader goes in? thanks (read more)
Written on: 12/07/2009 by Ralph Houghton (1 review written)
Feels rugged and unbreakable. Accurate with standard sights. BSA Scorpion .22 is well made and powerful. Not for lefthanders. Very hard to cock. (read more)
Written on: 18/04/2009 by soggy09 (1 review written)
found a BSA Scorpion today in the loft in a plastic bag scope missing and rear sight broken however after some careful repairs tested tonight still through and through a steel can at about 10 yds ...... would consider selling for a sensible offer (read more)
Written on: 22/03/2009 by dwl1966 (4 reviews written)
Am happy with my Scorpion .22 - it is the best of the springer pistols (I have owned and used BOTH the Diana P5M and HW45 in .22); it has less recoil than the HW45; and a nicer trigger than the P5M.
Power is equal to or better than any other springer pistol - plenty of power to take out those pesky rats inside of 10 yards. Accuracy is fine once you get used to firing it and letting the recoil become part of the firing cycle.
Trigger is good - better than my Diana P5M; almost as good as my... (read more)
Written on: 05/10/2008
I owned one fitted with a scope for about 14 years and used it daily, I perfected the balance by putting a coil of lead in the back of the receiver in front of the spring rear block retaining pin. (read more)
Written on: 12/08/2008 by GIBBOJ (1 review written)
just came across my .22 scorpion ,had mine since new in about 1976, bought as a birthday prescent by my mum +dad think thay cost £32 at the time,got it serviced in 1985 and got a chrono print out off 430pps doent now what that means in lb`s ft .never got the best use out off it due to it being a bit heavy for a 12yr old. it`s in v-good condition with only one scratch on the receiver. not used since service [now due to wearing glasses and finding it hard to see sight`s] (read more)
Written on: 18/07/2008
Only one view of weapon. No size or weight details (read more)
Written on: 27/06/2008 by pistolcliff (2 reviews written)
Good looking pistol, nice feel to it, pretty powerful & its a BSA (read more)
Written on: 17/06/2008 by 3 Sheets to the Wind (1 review written)
I acquired this pistol when my uncle sadly died about a month ago at the young age of 46. I am 19 now and always admired the gun when I saw him but I never got to shoot it until he died and I had it. It seems good and powerful and with Sabo brass pellets it's a killer. I need to adjust the sights but other than that I love the gun. (read more)
Written on: 16/04/2008 by commander bond (2 reviews written)
Was given to me.......I am not a fan of single shot airguns.
seems well made.
I would sell mine: (read more)
Written on: 15/10/2007 by Pete Bennett (1 review written)
I have a .177 cal version which is not being used any more, well not for the foreseeable future anyway.
Would consider selling.
Open to sensibles offers. E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. (read more)
Written on: 11/07/2007 by davedarave (1 review written)
I've killed many rats rabbits and wild game like pheasants with this gun, served me well. (read more)
Written on: 31/12/2006 by rcc (9 reviews written)
Powerful pistol of the prestigious BSA. .22 also made in .177. I had one of these about 20 years ago, it was accurate when you got used to the kick it had.
I am sorry to see it go, I sold mine about 2 years ago for £65.00, it was slightly illegal with today's law, when tested with the chrono the power was 7ftlb, the legal limit 6ftlb so be careful with your old guns. (read more)
Written on: 04/10/2006 by cptman (39 reviews written)
I bought this second-hand BSA Scorpion .22, as they have been discontinued by BSA for several years. It is amazingly powerful. I don't own a Chrony but it can bury pellets in a plank of wood as deeply as my Weihrauch hw45 which has about 6ft pounds muzzle velocity.
On the down side. it lacks accuracy owing to the recoil when you pull the trigger. Also it is spoiled slightly by the plastic trigger. (read more)
Written on: 27/04/2006 by pyro2303 (1 review written)
Overall the BSA Scorpion is a comfy design, a good gun. A little expensive mind you but as it isn't in production any longer. I can see where the tag comes from. (read more)
Written on: 08/12/2005 by kevin anderson (1 review written)
The BSA Scorpion .22 was the last air pistol I owned as a youth twenty odd years ago. I bought it in 177 form and used it on rabbits ,pheasents and starlings and if you hit them right it was very sucessful,it felt good in the hand ,but if aiming for a while, it got a bit shakey. It was always best to rest it on something. Quite hard to load when new, the aid was good idea. I have shot a fair few air pistols in my time and I feel powerwise it is comparable to most, if not all spring powered... (read more)
Written on: 24/11/2005 by GiroJohn (60 reviews written)
I bought the BSA Scorpion .22 when it first came out. I was impressed with the style and feel of the pistol. Good target weapon too.
Mine got pinched in a break-in some years ago. Sad to lose it. (read more)
Written on: 17/11/2005 by Vulcanator (13 reviews written)
I got a BSA Scorpion .22 air pistol when I was a teenager many moons ago. At the time it was one of the pistols to have. One of the few pistols that you could actually use for vermin control above say a starling or rat.
Accuracy is not too bad. Like most guns the shooter is the determining factor. The only bad point I remember is the fact that the left handed shooter is not catered for. Why the grip design could not be ambidextrous is beyond me! (read more)
Written on: 13/09/2004 by alex murrells (1 review written)
I bought my BSA Scorpion .22 a year ago at a local gun shop for 70 quid, it is in perfect condition and has hardly been used (before me) as i take it every time I go shooting as it is great as a back-up shot to finish off rabbits. Its heavy, well made and great fun all day long, get one! (read more)
Written on: 31/08/2004 by cannonfodder (1 review written)
I fell in love with the BSA Scorpion as a kid, and decided to try and get my hands on one a few years ago, but they generally turned up over priced or over used. Finally bought one off an old friend who I didn't even know had one. It's mint (really), in the original box, even the bottle of oil (unopened), and steel target holder are there. Fired it today and it's dieseling badly (because he drowned it in oil to preserve it) so I have ordered a new mainspring, breech seal and piston washers... (read more)
Written on: 23/04/2004 by redcatfishjack (1 review written)
Bought the BSA Scorpion .22 in a sorry state,'because I have a lot more respect and liking for earlier air weapons, no disrespect to anyone, I just like them better. When I bought it, it was well poorly, the pellets bounced off the paper target!! (well, almost)
Couple of phone calls and I was talking to a guy who could replace anything I wanted on the gun. Maybe that says something about the quality of manufacture, 20 odd years on all parts still available!! Springs/seals/packing/sights... (read more)
Written on: 04/04/2004 by ribby robert the second (1 review written)
I have recently aquired one of these BSA Scorpion .22 calibre pistols, and have quickly come to turns with its great looks and exceptional handling. This pistol was originaly designed to cater for the air pistol legal limit of 6ft lbs. As I have it now I don't believe that it is reaching these power levels at the moment as it has had about 25 years of rough usage. So I may take it to have its inners checked up and some replaced to restore it to its former glory. Overall this pistol is a... (read more)
Written on: 20/02/2003 by Stu. (1 review written)
I bought my BSA Scorpion .22 air pistol second hand for sixty quid last year, with a bsa 1.5 x 15 pistol scope. It was well knackered after 20 years of use, so I rebuilt the internals (new mainspring, piston washer, seals etc). Fortunately the blueing is in good nick - no rust.
Now produces approx 6-7ft lbs at muzzle, and will punch a 1/2" hole after 5 shots at 15 metres.
I added a Webley pro-system silencer to quieten it down, the muzzle crack was loud.
Well worth the cash if you can find one! (read more)
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