Written on: 29/04/2016 by Sophie948 (1 review written)
Not to be confused with the Gamo or the RWS. I've got a rotary-breech BSA Stutzen .22. Essentially a very fancy BSA Airsporter. I've read that the older tap-loading ones are more reliable and that the rotary-breech ones are impossible to fix if the breech begins to leak, but I've had no problems. Excellent, excellent rifle and prettiest air rifle I've ever seen. I removed the sights, replaced with Williams' receiver sight for grooved receivers, Williams' screw-on shorty ramp, and Williams… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/01/2010
My Gamo Stutzen completes my little collection of Stutzen airguns...the others being,of course, the BSA and the Diana Stutzens. As a shooter,the Gamo is by far the best of the three. My chrony says it runs a 7.9 gr dome through at 935fps...only 15fps less than advertised. It's accuracy is fantastic,again the best of the three. The wood,the fit and the finish are all superb. It's trigger wore in very well indeed after about 1500 pellets. Mine's at least four years old and remains one of my… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/12/2009
I bought this great air rifle, Gamo Stutzen .22 air rifle, about four months back. I did not use a scope. Very accurate. I can hit a red-eyed dove from 30 metres away, without using a scope. Scope is cumbersome! I have killed a big duck at 50 metres away. My shot was in the neck. The big, wild duck fell flat on the water.
To test the power of this rifle, I once shot the head of a cow at a slaughter-house. The cow was full-grown. To my surprise the pellet (H & N Diabolo Baracuda .22)went deep… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/12/2008 by ciggy110 (1 review written)
I have owned all types of air rifles from CO2 to breakbarrel including a BSA Super Ten and I can honestly say I love my BSA Strutzen more than all of them. Superb accuracy and handling, small for easy carriage, extremely good looking. Everyone who sees it, wants it.
It's so accurate who needs a scope?… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/09/2004 by mjwr57 (5 reviews written)
The BSA Stutzen .22 is a bit of a luxury purchase, but well worth it, mine cost around £190 back in 1996. Superb to look at and handles well. The full length woodwork protects the barrel from knocks. Devastatingly accurate with a 3-9x40 fitted on special scope rail, and mine has accounted for many rabbits. Does not take a moderator but, heard from ther quarry's position, there is little noise save the 'swoosh' of the pellet travelling through the air and by then it's too late! Works well… Read Full Review