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New tactical Ultra

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by EX Mod Cog, May 19, 2008.

  1. EX Mod Cog

    EX Mod Cog Keyboard Hero

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    Have you seen this?

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    I saw it a while ago in a magazine or on the internet (can't remember which) but I didn't know it was out, what do you think?
     
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    Thats an ugly gun
     
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    whats new?

    i think all that BSA a doing right now is ading a synthetic stock to every gun.

    i can see the point in them but i think they need to update the actuall mechanics of the rifle not just the stocks
     
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    Yeah they're adding new stocks to the same guns, I like the wood more, but the Ultra is ugly either way :down:
     
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    the ultra is a . ide though from a pest controll sence and it being compact does have its advantages:up:

    ugly yes but it does a job and i would say its a good gun for youngsters:up:
    but the MMC on it would be hard for a little kid
     
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    I think i like it lol i could see myself with it in barms on a farm poping rats off
     
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    well thats why it was made:up:

    its for hide shooting and close quater shooting
     
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    I quite like it, but my scope is longer than the barrel, so it would look even more daft.
     
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    get a miny scope?:confused:
     
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    Looks ok to me BUT HOW DOES IT PERFORM
     
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    I like my rediculously sized............ scope.
     
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    have you ever had a go at the MMC?

    if you can't multi task its not the gun for you:p
     
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    The Ultra is a good little gun, it has great reviews, only bad point could be the regulator ...
     
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    don't think its the regulator that gets the:down:

    but the silencer does and the pople that dont have the IQ to load it:D

    also low shot count but look at the size of the thing:rolleyes:
     
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    I like synthetic stocks given the choice I'd choose syntheic every time. I appreciate people like different finishes, but surely synthetic means less worry about getting a gun wet.
    On the subject of stocks, do different types of wood absorb recoil differently ?
    That gun is not pretty but in a hide it probably has it's good points,
     
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    i like wood better but synthetic is way more practical:up:
    its why i'm looking at the T10:eek:
     
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    And with all your knowledge what about different woods ?
    This time you haven't said enough!
     
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    all i know about wood stocks is they come from trees and its a real shame when they get damaged.:(
     
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    Reason I asked about the wood is I was talking to someone along time ago who'd had to change the stock on his HW80 cos' the recoil had split. Albeit his HW80 was FAC at around 30lb. He had to have a stock made out of a different wood so obviously there is some difference in what wood the stock is made of,
    Something for you to find out and add to your knowledge. :up:
    Then we can all learn something new today:D
     
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    HW 98 is more desined to the FAC market:up:
     

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