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Question HOW COME !

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by 12BoreMax=P, Oct 8, 2008.

  1. 12BoreMax=P

    12BoreMax=P Posting Addict

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    My friend has recently bought a B.S.A scorpion .177 .. Its a lovely little gun and has some clatter on it for a .177 @ 11.7 fps . hes decided he wants a multi shot but he dosnt like the s***ty plastic stock on the scorpion t10

    deepbluedive in whitly bay has the t10 with a wood stock in the catalogue for £419 .

    I ask the fella in gentys in heartlypool and he says that you cant get 1 in wood just in plastic

    I rang the blowk from deepbluedive to see about getting 1 and he then told me that he would have to order 1 in .....

    I then had a gander on bsa's website and on there it shows the t10 in plastic and wood . but the plastic 1 is only available in England , and the wood 1 is for export only

    Can any 1 shed any light on who is talking CR*P here ??:confused::confused::confused:

    or if you actually can get 1 in wood ????
     
  2. RICHIE612

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    Email BSA dude and ask them, so many stories floating around the web!
    Have seen it on the airgunsofarizona website in wood and does look nicer.
     
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  3. a1gunner

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    i think the BSA scorpion (wood) does come in a multishot)

    spend an extra £100 or so and you can get the AA S410.
    youre safe with them:rolleyes:
     
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    i found out the crack . bin to me other localgunshop (Bradford and stalkers )
    today and they have bin on the fone B.S.A and apparently B.S.A only made so manny in the wood stock . and he has orderd the last 2 in ENGLAND !!
     
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    if you look on the other airgun sites you will see that quite a few t10 s come up for sale.(alarm bells)
    they have several problems the main one being the cycling of the magazine (or in the case of the t10 not)
    i have owned countless airguns over the years one of them being the s410 as mentioned on an above post , and can honestly say that the s410 is a far superiour rifle in all departments.
     
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    me mates just sold a 410 . yes it is a bloody good gun . he got a single shot scorpion and loved it !! and i must agree it is a lovely little gun ! and it is 1 hell of a hunting rifle !! ....
     
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    I totally agree with all of the above comments :up:
     

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