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which pcp?

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by t-jay, Jun 17, 2008.

  1. t-jay

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    bsa ultra multi shot vs bsa super ten bull barrel carbine? I currently own an old bsa .22 springer but i'm gonna upgrade to a pcp at the end of the month. (i will be using the pcp for huntin wabbits!):D
     
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    BSA Super 10 .177

    gives you shot count and its just better than ultra
     
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    neither they both have magazine problems go for a s410.
     
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    BSA Superten has magazine problems and regulator problems, some shops and gunsmiths won't touch them if they go wrong.
     
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    they have a new magazine now
    not sure about the regulator

    the T10 or scorpion get the best reviews
     
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    Yes and still has problems. :eek:
     
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    hm the S10 and the T-10 use the same magazine:confused:
     
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    the mags still have problems, my mate who gets on here called cove has had one a few weeks and he says there sh£te(the t10)
    mag problems pellets stuck in barrel and cylinder dumping its charge for no reason, hes taking it back for a refund and he knows what hes talking about,.
     
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    Neither, save some money and get an Air Arms S200 (with multishot kit) or S410.
     
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    Look at the message under TOPCATS profile.

    Airgunforum

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  11. a1gunner

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    b****r:confused:

    back to the drawing board:(
     
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    s410 it is then:D or even the s200 looking at the price of the s410:eek:
     
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    In my view you you cant, get better than a S410 (MK1);)
     
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    not everyone likes the S200 because of the stock or its length/weight.

    the new stock is better though:up:
     
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    idealy yes, but a very expensive initial setup - £500+ for s410, £50 - £100 for scope, £100+ for pump/scuba tank:( i suppose other option is for second hand?
     
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    quite a few S410 go under 2nd hand.

    quite suprising as they are brill guns
     
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    just seen a few on gun trader.co.uk. i might just be the proud owner of a s410 next month:D
     
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    yep one of millions:D
     
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    An S410 MK1, Would be second hand, and for £500 you would get a really good, one silencer + scope included:D, then you'd have to get the tank.....for extra:(.....then, you would have a first class setup:up:;)
     
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    try one out see if you like it just because it's rated doesn't mean it will suit you i wouldn't recomend buying one of guntrader without checking one out first you have some good shops around you try allsports in gloucester they specialise in used airguns and carry the biggest sellection in the area and there prices are good
     

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