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0.22" (5.5mm), 900.0 fps, Walnut, Right, Brown
10rd circular clip, up to 45 shots/fill
2-year limited warranty
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Estimated in-stock date 09-18-2014
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Average Customer Review4.5 (9 reviews)
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Things I liked:IMHO the R10 is one of the best looking guns around! The stock is gorgeous and it handles great. It comes with sling studs. Accuracy is phenomenal. Sound isn't to loud. Adjustable butt pad. The trigger is very crisp and easily adjustable. Reg can be adjusted w/o disassembly. Uninterrupted dovetail makes scope mounting a breeze.
Things I would have changed:The shroud is not vented at the muzzle, so all the shroud behind the muzzle is just cosmetic. If the shroud were vented then maybe the guns overall length could be reduced cause there are 8" in front of the muzzle for the sound suppression. After firing the last pellet in the mag it is possible to continue cycling the action and firing w/o pellet in gun. Please add blank spot in magazine so after firing last pellet then action can't cycle & notify shooter that mag is empty. Fix the setting of the reg from the factory. On two .22cal copies I received the reg was set to high resulting in an fps spike when the gun drops off the reg. I reduced the reg setting to 135 bar and now its averaging 900 fps (JSB 16gr) with no spike for 45 good shots from 230 bar before POI drops.
What others should know:If you mount a bipod on the front stud (like Caldwell or Harris ) you'll likely have to remove it each time you fill. So use a stud to picatinny adapter and a bipod that clamps to picatinny. This moves the bipod to the front of the stud leaving the fill port clear. The trigger isn't a true two stage unit. As far as sear engagement goes there is only the second stage. It is very easy to adjust but don't go to light or a strong bump might fire the gun. BSA barrels are known for accuracy. My .22cal R10 is shooting more accurately than my S410 rifle. Also the barrel has a nice stiff 15.5mm OD where many other guns are coming with more slender and flexible barrels. Dovetail is low or barrel is high (depending on your point of view) compared to other AGs so be prepared to buy high mounts. What are you waiting for?
Things I liked:Everything! Accuracy, the stock, the regulator, the trigger, the looks. The complete package is wonderful. The gun shoots CPH's at 948 fps for 40 shots. 1/2 inch groups at 50 yards is easy.
Things I would have changed:If I could change anything, it would be the bottle size. I would love a 300cc bottle.
What others should know:Great gun at a very good price. I am so glad I bought the BSA R10. I hunt and only shoot paper to get on target and zero the gun. Then I shoot for groups with different pellets to find what pellet the gun prefers. The accuracy will amaze you. Thanks PA for such a fine product.
Things I liked:Accuracy is as good as it gets. The elegantly carved walnut stock has perfect ergonomics and gives a solid feel. Everything works as it should and makes for a rugged performing airgun. Fairly high shot count of 55 at 18 FPE is nice to have available.
Things I would have changed:The shroud could be made to perform as a true reflex system which would make it even quieter.
What others should know:This gun needs to be shot a lot to give the regulator a work out. Once a few hundred shots have been taken, the regulator frees up and works very consistently.