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Got my rifle back

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by bealz998, Oct 4, 2014.

  1. bealz998

    bealz998 Junior Member

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    Hello all I got my rifle back today after a long 2 months wait as I brought my bsa supersport and took it to a shop to get the scope fitted and the shop said its illegal as it was shooting 14 1/2 ft lb so it was taken away but luckily a work colleague knows a gunsmith who picked it up stripped it and found the wrong gas ram in it so got me a new spring and made me some bits for the inside greased and rebuilt it for me very cheap !!

    im glad I took it to the shop so I wasn't using an illegal rifle, so today I had a play as its my first rifle not a great start but it won't knock me down I really enjoyed today even though I was practising my breathing etc
  2. Andy Wales

    Andy Wales Donator

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    Yep, lucky you did as without that rifle listed on FAC that would probably have got you into a whole world of trouble that you could do without :eek: thanks to our strict :rolleyes: laws on such things. Remember, we are ALL children and have to be treated as such at all times by those who know best :rolleyes:.

    If you didn't have a great start, I would suggest you don't do as I did and pick up incorrect spring air rifle shooting habits after 30 years away from the sport and google something like "How to shoot a spring air rifle properly", or have a look at this thread below. Hope that helps a bit :)


    EDIT: You'll have to copy/paste the link as it doesn't seem to be clickable for some reason sorry. That's never happened before? Oh well lol.

    Andy :)
    Last edited: Oct 5, 2014
  3. mattyts

    mattyts Donator

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    Swapping a gas ram for a spring seems a bit backwards to me? Good news that you now have a legal rifle though :)
  4. bealz998

    bealz998 Junior Member

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    I had no choice the gas ram what was in it was for a 177 and it was non adjustable so I could get the pressure backed off
  5. Regal Man

    Regal Man Pro Poster

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    Your lucky you got if back at all RFDs by Law if the rifle is over can keep it and there is nothing the owner can do.
    Great result for you though.
  6. thisisdonald

    thisisdonald Engaging Member

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    Paisley, Scotland
    Im wondering what you did with the ram - you most likely would get £30 - £40 quid for that on here!
  7. Clubshot

    Clubshot Clubshot

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    No the Dealer does not get a Free Gun

    They have to advise local fire Arms Team who Collect it and make the decission if to prosecute the owner

    In Most cases offering destruction than a court Case

  8. r10hunter

    r10hunter Honorary Member

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    The police would be very unlikely to prosecute anyone that had taken a gun to a gunshop because they were concerned it was over power. If you are trying to do the right thing and ate being responsible they have no need to take action.

    Some of you on here know this story please don't name the shop.
    A guy took a gun into a shop local to me it was overpower 16ftlbs. The shop wanted a lot of money to reduce the power of the gun or it would be turned over to the police. The man would not pay the price asked.
    The FLO removed the gun from the first shop and took it to another shop who agreed to reduce the power at a much cheaper price. No charges were made and the gun was returned to the owner.
    Don't be too concerned about taking your gun to a shop if you are worried.
    The police will see you are trying to do the right thing. Although it's a lot simpler to have your own chrono.
    Cheers Andy

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