Bsa r10

Discussion in 'General Airgun Chat' started by FUBAR, Apr 18, 2009.

  1. FUBAR

    FUBAR New Member

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    Hi guys

    ive been looking at the bsa r10 read the reviews in the mags and it all sounds great but i have also heard or read alot of moaning about the gun whats your take on on these r10 anyone own one or used one .

    cheers nick:)
     
  2. poison dwarf

    poison dwarf BANNED

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    Of course the mags think its great, when have you ever seen a bad review?
    I have had a go with one and found the stock is too short even for me at 5'8"
    It was very quiet though i will give it that :)
     
  3. JAGXKRS

    JAGXKRS Sparky's Bodyguard

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    Don't even think about it, the shop I use has had 10 in all 10 have had to go back for various reasons:eek::eek::eek:
     
  4. bunny bopper

    bunny bopper New Member

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    Not good nick,lots of problems I hear which is a shame cause it looks nice,stick with that HW100
     
  5. 5teve L

    5teve L STOP ! HAMMER TIME !

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    Or the HW35, or the AAS410, or the Falcon Lighthunter.....:shot:
     
  6. MojoCrow

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    We've had a .22 on order with BSA since about last November at work. Since then we've had the area rep from BSA in the shop this year and he mentioned that the .22's have had accuracy problems which would be why we haven't received it yet. I told him "stuff it just send a .177 or .22 whatever you've got in stock" (i'm sick & tired of waiting for it and having lost the chance of selling it to a customer more than once).

    Guess what, still no R10.:(:mad::shot:, and we're an authorised dealer.

    The rep did have his sample R10 which he allowed me to handle it (fnarr:D). I was impressed by it's handling qualities (without a scope mounted) and it looked good (far more important than if it can hit a 1/2p at 55 yards:cool::rolleyes:).
     
  7. FUBAR

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    lol:D very funny:D
     
  8. FUBAR

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    oh i will do mate , its a great gun to use :cool::D
     

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