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Question is there anyone else who has a bsa super 10

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by jamessuper10, May 18, 2008.

  1. jamessuper10

    jamessuper10 Engaging Member

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    hi there

    if there is anyone else in the forum that owens a bsa super 10, you would please contact me, im trying to find out as much as is possible about the weapon:confused:

    id like to get more out of it,
    1. cant you increase the preasure behind every shot?
    2. how do you go about do so?
    3. what would you say is the accurate range of this weapon?

    i have so many questions, so please if there is anyone out there:)
     
  2. Andy

    Andy Administrative Staff Member Founder

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    Yes
    Apply for your FAC, then if accepted you can then raise the power by shimming the hammer spring or trying different hammer springs.
    That is down to the pellets used, power setting, and the shooter.

    Also it's an airgun not a weapon. :up:
     
  3. a1gunner

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    people usually class a wepon as something used against people.

    although in the olden days air rifles (spring were used and in .22 obviously)
    the pope banned them for use in war as they were 'un sporting' and the person getting killed should see a bang and a flash.:confused:
     
  4. jamessuper10

    jamessuper10 Engaging Member

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    thanks chaps!
    all note and am on the job!
    one more question what is the standard fps on the super10?
     
  5. andyhawkx3

    andyhawkx3 Major Poster

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    On most airguns its 11.5fps, if you go above that, you are going in to a dangerous area, even if you have a FAC, if the airgun in question, is not a registered fac airgun, and it goes above the 12fps, you are breaking the law.:down:
     
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    FAC doesnt mean you can have all the rifles you want at any power each one has to have a book shelf full of paperwork:(
     
  7. jamessuper10

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    wow had know idea it was so stringent, im all up for the laws and respect them. so i will do what needs to be done, im looking into getting myself a proper gun .22 or a .222 so paper work is on the cards for me!
     
  8. andyhawkx3

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    ever get the feeling i say too much?:D ......Yes...when, you have a airgun, up graded from sub 12ftps, it must to be put on your, FAC...so if you have airgun that is over 12ftps and is not on a FAC, and are catch-ed by the police, out in the field, or in a vehicle, or on a public highway with it, you are looking at a criminal record, or even prison:down:...that's why anti tamper screws are being fitted.

    http://www.basc.org.uk/content/airriflepractice This, may help you.:up:

    SHOOT SAFE, SHOOT LAWFULLY:D:up:
     
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