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Bsa R10 Se Single Shot Loader?

Discussion in 'Technical' started by pjgtech, Mar 4, 2019.

  1. pjgtech

    pjgtech Sleep, eat, work, eat, chillout, sleep, repeat.

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    Hi, as per title, can anyone recommend a good one? :)

    Rowan don't seem to do one.
    John Knibbs have one for BSA, but does not specifically say it will fit a R10 SE, so I have emailed them to clarify, am waiting for a response...
    Theres a couple on the bay of E, but does anyone know of any others?
    Cheers :thumb:
     
  2. metalman

    metalman Big Poster

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    You could try and contact Rancidtom on the other forum
     
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    Mike.lewis Very Active

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    The bsa one does fit the r10se, I had one for my r10se last year. It also fits the ultra se and the mk2 r10 as a friend at the club has the same one for his mk2
     
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    pjgtech Sleep, eat, work, eat, chillout, sleep, repeat.

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    Cheers :thumb:
     
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    pjgtech Sleep, eat, work, eat, chillout, sleep, repeat.

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    PW1 Shooting the breeze.

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    I have a 3D printed one from Stuart Waudby and an original BSA one in metal and only use the 3D printed one, it works great.

    Regards
    Peter
     
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    pjgtech Sleep, eat, work, eat, chillout, sleep, repeat.

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    Thats the one I ordered, from Stuart Waudby, glad to hear it works ok, you never know with fleabay stuff sometimes, cheers... :thumb:
     
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    I had one off Stuart Waudby for my s410, fiddly to use, give up in the end trying to get the pellet to drop in facing the correct way.
     
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    Ultra, R10 , Goldstar all the same action. The BSA loader fits them all
     
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    pjgtech Sleep, eat, work, eat, chillout, sleep, repeat.

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    He he, :) Typical AGF, one say "its great!" and another says "its Censored"... :facepalm:

    I'll try it anyway and see how I get on, quite like the idea of single shot loader though, as I tend to get through mags really quickly, so need to slow down a bit.... :D
     
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    PW1 Shooting the breeze.

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    I think you will find the one from Stuart is great, it's not the same sort as the flat trays, you take a shot and cock the rifle pull out the top of the loader as you would with the BSA version and pop your pellet in then close it and close the bolt.

    Regards
    Peter
     
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    The one I had.


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    PW1 Shooting the breeze.

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    That's nothing like the one for the r10, it's a much nicer method.

    Regards
    Peter
     
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    You might get on with it pjgtech, if you have narrow fingers, you can place the pellet further in, then less chance of the pellet dropping the wrong way.
     
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    I was just saying Peter, the one I had off Stuart was fiddly to use, I did mentioned this to him in my emails to him. He stopped replying to them in the end.
     
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    PW1 Shooting the breeze.

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    He used my Compatto to make the 3D trays for it and made a few designs, the one I found the best was one with a pronounced slope and when Brocock brought their's out it was almost identical. The r10 one is not like yours or the one for the Compatto, it really is a much better design.

    Regards
    Peter
     
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    I bought one for my r10 in yellow easy to find from stuart
    ive had no problems at all
     
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    Only put it on so you could see which one I was talking about. And it was first link that came up on Google :)
     
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    Also fits the Hornet as I had one in mine. I also had a 3D printed one off e-bay that slid in and out and it worked great.
    I cant remember who made it though.
     
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