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bsa ultra pellet distance

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by cossy, May 23, 2014.

  1. cossy

    cossy Well-Known Member

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    What should I be looking at reaching with a bsa ultra 10shot .22
     
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    Whatever range you're confident at,given the pellet still has enough power to kill something.
     
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    meme Banned

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    What ever range you can hit a 20 mm target at ten out of ten times
     
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    I was shooting and dropping rats at up to 35m (almost length of barn when on form myself) in .22 before I sold it. Great little ratting gun and better than many others that are rated IMO. I'll probably buy another at some point.

    It's one of those, you've either shot it and probably liked it or never shot it and hate it.
     
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  5. Stevie Darling

    Stevie Darling Sexual tyrannosaurus

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    My ultra can nip rats/rabbits a lot further than my shooting capabilities.

    My mate has used my .22 ultra out to 40m+

    makes it look easy!!
     
  6. secretagentmole

    secretagentmole Low down, dirty and quiet...

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    Or shot it, hate it, want to bury it at midnight with a metal spike through the MMC action and think it is the worst PCP action out there!

    Guess which camp I am in! I hate the MMC Ultra, it is accurate, compact, lightweight but it is seriously a pain in the backside with the separate cocking action. I do not like it, the SE should be a lot better basically being a Scultra Scorpion action with Ultra air tube and barrel).
     
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    My first PCP was an MMC Ultra and I totally disagree with the above as I found the MMC so simple to use. It acts like another safety so I could chamber the pellet without it being ready to fire and then when I was ready to fire simply press the MMC button with my fingertip and fire.........simples!

    Oh and it was the best gun I've found for short range ratting giving me hours of fun and a permanent smile when I was using it :up:
     
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    I had no problems with the mmc on my ultra, in fact I'd have another if a bargain came up.
     
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    . knows how you get on cocking your Evanix Rainman bullpup then. That thing is a real pain when a follow up shot is needed. That's if the trigger linkage hasn't broke first.
     
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    Me too!:)
     
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    As said above whatever range your accurate at and personally i actually prefer the mmc I find it easy to use , I had my ultra blueprinted by JB along with a larger air tube and regulated , it was just as accurate as a rifle in the £800-£1000 area which is no word of a lie a very very much under rated rifle
     
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    Returning to the OP's question: a visit to Chairgun and put in your chrono data and pellet details and you'll get all the info you need (approximately)
    Dag
     
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    cheers for a the comments
     
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    As the saying goes " you cant teach a old dog new tricks " You say this about the ultra on every forum I have been on
     
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