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BSA ultra SE tactical

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by Jimthebrewer, Dec 21, 2013.

  1. Jimthebrewer

    Jimthebrewer Engaging Member

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    Anyone here got it had an ultra with tactical
    Stock? Having a problem with mine, came fitted with sling swivel studs, fitted deben bipod the day I got it and all of a sudden the stud has just come out. Plastic is completely worn. Anyone had or heard of this? I know there was a problem with the emerald stocks. Guns only 3-4 months old.

    Is this likely to be a warranty issue. I know their argument will be it's your bipod but they fitted the studs.
     
  2. Stokie99

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    warranty mate take it back to your rfd
     
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    i don't think you could tighten a bi pod that much it would pull the sling stud out. sounds like the stock is faulty.
     
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    Take it back mate ..but its an easy fix
     
  5. Jimthebrewer

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    BSA closed until new year. Lazy gits! Glad I got it from The Airgun Centre, spoke to Peter today, he didn't hesitate in saying he'd have it replaced by BSA in the new year.

    Thanks all.
     
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    I have the emerald stock, the problem was with the coating wearing off. As far as I am aware there was no issue with the studs; there certainly hasn't been with mine. Hope it gets sorted quickly for you!
     
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    The fore stock screw on my Ultra is very tight, takes and secures the bipod very well, Highly likely someone has over tightened the screw at the factory during production as they should be solid and more so than the wooden stocks IMO!
     
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    Hi
    There was a 'heads up' thread a while back about an early SE that had the front stud pop out in a Tactical Stock whilst he was carry his Ultra. Im sure it was on here or maybe 'the other forum' Ill have a search and see if I can find it.
     
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    thanks!
     
  10. MightyOak

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    Its on the B. B . S Forum
    http://www.**************/showthread.php?650253-bsa-ultra-se-warning!!!


    This Forum censors my link :confused:

    PM me with your email address and ill email you the actual link to the B. B. S. Thread


    Copied text for you >>>>>
    Not my words , this is the Text posted by Mole Trapper on 14/03/13

    Quote :
    Out on a rabbit job last night with one of the new tactical rifles, this one has a pulsar digital on it and a twink x3, so several quids worth. Things were going well had just popped back to the van to recharge the cylinder, literally just stepped off the tarmac and suddenly felt the weight of the rifle go and the rifle crashed to the floor. On the ultra all that holds the sling stud up front is a fine thread 4mm long into a shi++y piece of plastic! This had just pulled out under the weight of the gun! Thank . it fell onto grass and not the tarmac as it would have been very bad.
    So DO NOT trust these studs! Shockingly bad design


    Note to Mods ... Im not promoting B. B. S. just helping out on here ;)
     
    Last edited: Dec 22, 2013

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