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My BSA Ultra Multishot

Discussion in 'Gun Gallery' started by sharp, Jan 16, 2014.

  1. sharp

    sharp Active Member

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    Hi this is my BSA Ultra multishot .22 MMC tactical I have had this gun for about 6 months now find it to be a good reliable hunting gun.
    Spot on accuracy and as for shot count I am getting 60 accurate shots that will dispatch a rabbit and hit where I am aiming
    I get 60 shots at 11.75 ft lb going down to 11.00 ft lb from a 190 bar fill
    40 shots are spot on and the remaining 20 I have to allow for some drop off but nothing drastic
    Before I got this gun I had heard ppl complaining about the shot count (DON'T ALL WAYS GO BY WHAT YOU READ)
    I have no problem with my shot count as you would be lucky to get more than 40 shots on a days shooting
    I use Nikko sterling 3-14 x 50 scopes and a Weihrauch silencer and a 9 to 13 bipod brilliant gun and very light for carrying around the fields

    SAM_0453.jpg
     
  2. Stevie Darling

    Stevie Darling Sexual tyrannosaurus

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    Great rifles mate, use one myself to great effect. The shot count is a bit low if you plink as I do somtimes but not that big an issue.

    If you hit a rabbit with every pellet, you would need a wheelbarrow, plenty shots for hunting.
     
  3. jambo1984

    jambo1984 Engaging Member

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    yeah for a hunting session plenty enough shots ...i love my little ultra
     
  4. reaper1064

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    Cracking guns, always had one in the house, does everything pricier guns do for a fraction of the cost.
     
  5. Alexdermietzel

    Alexdermietzel Keyboard Hero

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    I loved mine, it was a great hunting gun. However I sold mine as I do Hft, so I take 30 shots plus 25 or so plinking and zero checking. It was usually enough but every now and again I would end up half way round a HFT course with no pressure left lol. Superb for hunting though as aforementioned.
     
  6. The Robin

    The Robin Super Moderator Staff Member Mod/Admin

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    Great little rifle is the ultra, enjoy :up:
     
  7. yorkshireshoot

    yorkshireshoot Posting Addict

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    I think every serious collecter of rifles should own an ultra I know in years to come when I start a collection I'll have one in there somewhere !
     
  8. lone wolf

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    I agree and its on my never ending wish list!

    Gaz
     
  9. engraver

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    I got to say I was tempted to buy the new tactical ultra SE when I saw they have ditched that mmc job and Ive noticed a few in single shot and larger cylinder on, that appealed to me as I wouldlnt get carried away with the shot count.

    As said if you killed something with every shot by 30 you would have a serious job carrying whatever.

    I nearly bought one for my hide shooting, they are nice accurate little guns, enjoy it mate.

    I reckon BSA sell a few more of these than the R10s for sure.
     
  10. themadspread

    themadspread Donator

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    but everbody says they are the most pellet fussy gun in the world so what is the best pellet for it
     
  11. sillygarry

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    5.52 rws superfields in mine they make a right mess of the rats and bunny's i shoot
     
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    Looks like a tidy outfit. No wonder your pleased. KB1
     
  13. Stevie Darling

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    Mine is surgical with jsb exact express 5.52:up:
     

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