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Bsa ultra se multi shot or hatsan at44-10?

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by DaystateNovice, Oct 3, 2014.

  1. DaystateNovice

    DaystateNovice Well-Known Member

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    Which would you go for? Both these rifles have there merits and both feel really nice in the hands. Although I've never had the pleasure of really getting to grips with either properly.
    I'm getting one or the other soon(-ish) and want to make sure I buy the right one. It'll be a hunting rifle mainly too.
    Cheers :)
     
  2. mattyts

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    Ultra SE,just a better build quality.
     
  3. Lee67

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    Ultra se....I've just bought one and it's a cracking rifle
     
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    i got a ultra se last week, good for 40 shots in 177, I'm loving mine
     
  6. Whistler

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    BSA Ultra SE all the way for me, brilliant little gun and very, very consistent. And if you are feeling flush you can get it regulated quite cheaply, makes a great gun even better :up:
     
  7. stevemandm

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    heart says ultra .... head says try them both, then choose.
     
  8. Lee67

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    And certainly kicked ass today with it pal
     
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    I have the hatsan much every then the ultra. Helps with the steady aim. Quick action cocking is loud without a silencer but with one its great. But they are both very good guns but like Stevemandm says try them both out at the same or similar time just to help compare the both. Goodluck
     
  10. DaystateNovice

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    Cheers fellas think it's gunna have to be the ultra! (But the hatsan will most probably be a futute purchase anyway haha)
    And I'll be having a look into getting it regulated cheers whistler!
     
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    ultratastic lee
     
  12. ratharvester

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    I have two ultra se's and they are both cracking little rifles,my r10 is a tack driver but I often grab an ultra when going hunting.
     
  13. Fettlingmike

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    I'd go withe the ultra, higher shot count with the hatsan but higher weight! Ultra all the way
     
  14. The Robin

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    Ultra all the way :up:
     
  15. Honest Bob

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    Another vote for the Ultra here.
     
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    What about the Air Arms S410 superlight?
     
  18. DaystateNovice

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    I've been looking at the 410/510's and I do like them (my dad's got the 510 superlite hunter) but just prefer the feel of the others more in my hands and I actually prefer my Daystate ph6 (even with the weird loading system) even though that 510 is a pleasure to shoot.
     
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    Great little hunter my .177 Ultra se is. Bisley Magnums in the magazine…. deadly!
     
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    Ultra SE all the way, superior build quality, and a great all round rifle. atb Paul.
     

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