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Cam0 cyote or bsa ultra se tactical mutli shot

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by brit solder, May 23, 2015.

  1. brit solder

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    I am looking at getting a pcp rifle either the gamo cyote or the bsa ultra se as these two are in my price range. Which one should I get which one is more accurate and has a more effective range ect or are they just pretty much the same thank you.
     
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    Whichever fits you best. Both shoot as well as the other.
    However be aware that in standard form the ultra has a lower shot count than the Coyote.
    Regards,Stu.
     
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    thanks for the reply mate
     
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    Above is good advise, Another couple of guns worth a look at in that price range, Brocock Concept S6 XL or the Elite, & Walther Rotax RM8. I have the Ultra SE & a Concept. The Ultra is a good compact little gun, the Concept is more of a sporter, if I could only keep one of them, it would have to be the Brocock, as it has a greater shot count, But if you get the Ultra, you should not be disappointed with its performance. I would have to be desperate for cash, to part with my Ultra. If its for hunting, then the Ultra's shot count should not be a problem, you can have them tuned, but not worth the extra cost for hunting IMO. Hope you find a gun that suits you. Atb, Bob. PS. I am thinking of getting the up dated version of the Walther RM8, to add to my little collection.
     
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    I had the same dilemma but went with the coyote as it fitted me better. So far I'm very happy with it.
     
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    the ultra`s small light and accurate just the shot count`s low but an excellent little rifle
     
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    Most definitely the Ultra. Those Gamo triggers are just horrible while BSA PCP triggers are almost match grade. Even with a GRT3 trigger blade the trigger in my Gamo springer is still POS and the newer version of that trigger group they use in Coyote is just as bad.
     
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    thanks for all your feed back I might go for the ultra then not to worried about shot count its more accuracy and range I am more bothered about
     
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    Both are 12 fpe guns and both have BSA hammer forged barrels so they are about as accurate as it gets and the range is the same for both. It's the trigger that lets Gamo down.
     
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    hello, have you thought of a good S/H one in a different make/model better shot count and lighter than the gamo, £400 should get you a AA 400/450 maybe pump to, its worth a thought as i just sold a BROCOCK CONCEPT 6 for £250 AA S410 for £450
     
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    Can it hit a target 50m away
     
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    What is the range on them ** do you know can you hit a target 50m or more away the bsa got a very short barrel so surely it cant hit targets that far away
     
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    Ultra for me. The Cayote hasn't been around long enough or is no where near as proven as the ultra
    A friend of mine bought one and said the trigger was absolutely shocking on it, maybe just poorly set up but it put me off it when I shot it too.
    The ultra is a cracking little rifle
     
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    As always, it's personal preference and which one of the two you feel suits you. If it were my money it would be the Ultra SE.

    Worth looking at some of the other choices though. The RM8 is a good gun with big shot count, the Brocock, although looking different is similar to feel to the Ultra SE. Both very pointable guns.

    You can't really make a wrong decision with what you have said you are interested in and this place is full of great advice too.
     
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    i`d go for the ultra neat little package , although there`s a S400 for sale on here single shot but an excellent rifle
     
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    [h=2]Cam0 cyote or bsa ultra se tactical mutli shot[/h]Out of these two I would go with the Ultra and put up with the lower shot count!!!!


     
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    Barrel length has nothing to do with a range or accuracy in sub 12 fpe guns. As far as barrels go both guns should be capable of sub 1/2" groups at 50M when you find the pellet they like. The question is can YOU hit a target at 50M and that's where the importance of a good trigger comes to play.
     
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    I should be able I'm new to air rifles but not to shooting but we will see lol as long as I apply the marksman ship principles it shouldn't be a problem thanks for all the advice people are giving me I think Im going to get the bsa then
     

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