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Bsa Ultra help?

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by Mr D, Feb 27, 2012.

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    may be an idea to buy a bonded seal washer as well . cheers
     
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    Thanks for the replies and advise guys :)

    "The Robin" so the moderator means you can fill up to the full 230psi and get the "sweat spot" on every shot until 90 bar ? Think there is a 2 year warranty on the bsa, so i dont think ill carry that through, but its interesting to find that out. Guess ill have to find my "sweat spot"!

    "Howdener" what is a bonded seal washer ?

    Cheers
     
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    Once the reg is fitted there is no sweet spot because all the shots are the same due to the reg :up:

    Not too sure where the sweet spot is on the standard Ultra?

    Join the BSA Owners forum for even more info on the Ultra ;):up:

    Bonded seal washer are here, great site too and very helpful:up:

    http://www.bestfittings.co.uk/shopexd.asp?id=178
     
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    I to had a .77 ultra single shot and loved it, found the sweet spot was around the 190 bar and then started to tail off about 120 bar. Would definatly have a reg fitted. Cracking little full power rifle. All the best
     
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    Thanks guys :)
     
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    Just one other thing not mentioned. The filling adapter comes in a small bag with a little brass threadded restricter screw. this fits inside the adapter and restricts the flow of air into your rifle so you do not blow the seals. Just read your instructions that come with the rifle . It explains what to do.

    I had mine regged by "Tench" and it is one awesome little rifle.

    Good luck
     
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    secretagentmole Low down, dirty and quiet...

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    Of course if you do not want it regged all you do is count off 4 magazines of shots, then refill to 180 bar, simples!
     
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    I think that depends if it's a .177 or .22 a full fill in .177 is 232 bar.(35 shots)
    A full fill in .22 is 200 bar. (40 shots) With the sweet spot as you say around 180 bar.
    The sweet spot on the .177 is often around 210 bar. Cheers Andy
     
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