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    psychoSven's Avatar psychoSven
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    bin lookin at the BSA super ten bull barrel, its soooooo sexy! was just wondering from people that have the normal super ten, how well to they do and how many shots can u get out of the buddy bottle? do they make them in FAC aswell, cos that bull barell carbine seems to be classic for hunting. how much does it weigh?

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    I also like the look of the rifle. Shot with a normal Super 10 and it was accurate. Don't think the weight differance between the 2 will be that big. The bull barrel is just a normal barrel that has a shroud over it.

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    just checked a review on www.reviewcentre.com and this oak says he can shoot and hit the point of a dart at 30yards 8/10 times!!! another guy says he gets 1/2 inch groupings at 80 yards!! Do you think that the accuracy is that good?
    <span class='smallblacktext'>[ Edited Fri Apr 08 2005, 07:54PM ]</span>

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    Hiya

    Where have you seen these Sven?

    I also like the looks of the bull barrell, but at the AIM show the Falcon / BSA guys only had the standard Super 10. They didn't reckon on getting any in either. Same goes for the Falcon T-bird which also would look nice in a rack on the wall - or a glass display case. :>


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    check out www.airgunsofarizona.com really want a bsa super 10 bull barrel!!!!
    <span class='smallblacktext'>[ Edited Fri Apr 08 2005, 08:44PM ]</span>

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    Is it available in 0.177?

    So far all my lookups are 0.22.

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    Yup you can have one in .177

    Look here:

    http://www.targetsports.co.uk/produc...roducts_id=886
    <span class='smallblacktext'>[ Edited Fri Apr 08 2005, 09:35PM ]</span>

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    ta mihki

    You don't by chance happen to have BSA's webpage addy do you?

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    THANKYOU!!!
    :beer:

    Aargh, been googling for "BSA homepage +air -boy -scout" and I was on the 12 page out of who knows, with no luck.

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    for some reason bsa's website wont work on my computer does it work on every one elses?

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    check what this guy did to his bas super 10 bull barrel http://www.airguns.f9.co.uk/subs/readers/supten.htm

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    no..seems to be down

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    MKIII weigh=7.9lbs k6.4lbs. 200 SHOTS PLUS.12FT/LBS OR FAC VERSION.VERY GOOD TRIGGER ADJ.A SOLID GUN.I WILL USE IT FOR FT .ACCURACY IS I WILL RATE 9.5/10

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    i heard that the hornet magazine system it really kuk is this true and is the supertens the same system?

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