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Bsa ultra .22 multishot V'S bsa r10 mk2

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by Welshdean, Feb 10, 2014.

  1. Welshdean

    Welshdean Well-Known Member

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    I've recently got a bsa ultra .22 multishot and I'm thinking of getting it regged, x-tuned and serviced and thinking of putting a shroud on it aswell as some idiot in the past have tried to spray paint it. Luckily enough it can be covered by camo tape. Which looks quite good. And there are one or two scratches on the stock.

    So....

    should i I get these mods done and keep the rifle, bearing in mind it won't be in a new condition anyway , but I'm not fussed as long as these mods make it perform really well.

    or do I....

    Keep the money that I got and sell my ultra to get the cash for a new r10, as I can get one at a very good price.
    all I want is a decent rifle

    what would you guys do?
     
  2. andyz1000

    andyz1000 Banned

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    all depends on the very good price on r10?
    with the mods you mention to your ultra you are looking at the best part of 300 which you will have a job recouping should you decide to sell the ultra in the future
    personally i would sell the ultra and put the cash from the sale and the planned mods and buy the r10
    I bought an r10 a couple of weeks ago and its a fantastic bit of kit:)
    Ps i have had an ultra and it was a great little rifle but not a patch on the r10 i now have:)
     
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  3. stevemandm

    stevemandm Honorary Member

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    i'm with andy on this - we have an ultra, and would love its big brother, the r10. andy has had both, but now only has the r10 ....
     
  4. lone wolf

    lone wolf Pro Poster

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    Id go for the r-10 as well mate,regged already, larger shot count, better trigger, better stock in my opinion.

    Gaz
     
  5. metalman

    metalman Big Poster

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    That's not to say you can't do mods on the R10 too :D
     
  6. jay5488

    jay5488 Donator

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    R10, no brainier really......
    It's gonna be my next rifle, but I'm gonna keep the ultra!!!!! Lovely little rifle ;-)
     
  7. The Robin

    The Robin Super Moderator Staff Member Mod/Admin

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    I've had two tench regged ultras, lovely little rifle but own a tench regged r10 with a bsa ultra barrel fitted and again superb but I don't have the ultras anymore ;)


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