BSA Ultra

Discussion in 'General Airgun Chat' started by Nealsey, Aug 31, 2009.

  1. Nealsey

    Nealsey Two Tins

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    After playing with a .177 Ultra this weekend at Anston, I decided to whip the NV off of mine
    and see how it faired with a scope on.

    Fitted a Hawke Airmax SR12 to it as it's designed for .22 and although it's a bit long for the rifle
    it seems to do what it says on the tin.

    Managed to get 10 X 15mm kills at 25 yds with it and it is bloody accurate for what is in esence
    a cheap PCP rifle.

    I am so impressed I am considering getting the tactical stock and maybe a reg fitted to increase the
    shot count.

    Been a bit of a suprise today with it, considering I have had it for 2 years or so, I have never really played with it except as an NV rifle.

    Neal
     
    Last edited: Aug 31, 2009
  2. Ratgunner

    Ratgunner New Member

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    Ratgunner

    Have been using an elderly BSA Ultra .177in/4.5mm with a Dave Chapman Butt as my competition gun for quite a while,
    The Howitzer as it is called emits a healthy bark when fired, I find it deadly accurate with or without a HW Moderator,
    Mine is fitted with a Hawke Eclipse 3x9x50AOE-IR and is capable of destroying half inch pieces of chalk at 52yds,

    I think if my dodgy body allowed me to lay/kneel/sit rather than stand for all shots I could turn in a high in the fifties score now and then,

    Sadly mine is leaking at the mo and when I have saved enough for a full service I will pursue my Goal of a fifty standing for all shots,

    Enjoy yours Mate they are great,

    Bernard.:D
     
  3. TOOL

    TOOL Independent FT Pumper

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    First gun i ever had BSA Ultra .22 with MTC Viper 10 x 44 to be fair paid £300 for the lot 2nd hand good kit for the money!
    Then got the FT bug rest is history!

    Atb
    Scott,
     
  4. sakerman

    sakerman Member

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    Mine is fitted with a Nikko Sterling 4-12x50 mil-dot, a Harris bi-pod and a Daystate silencer.....and is DEADLY accurate at 60yds:D
     
  5. Ratgunner

    Ratgunner New Member

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    Ratgunner

    They are amazing guns sakerman, and Deadly as you say, sadly for me I can add four years of age to your 60yds,

    So fifty two yds is as far as I can see nowadays Bugger It! :eek:
     
  6. clubshot

    clubshot Member

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    We have a Few BSA Ultra's @ Lea Valley

    Most are JB Bluprinted Versions

    Seem to give owners good shooting ;)

    BOB/R
     

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