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An improved version of an already impressive airgun, the BSA R-10 SE brings you everything that worked with the BSA R-10 MK2 and adds an improved regulator and updated shroud system that moves the R-10 SE into a class of its own.
Featuring a finely oiled Minelli Monte Carlo walnut stock, the R-10 SE is a sight to behold, and you’ll have no trouble finding a good grip with its laser etched handholds on the grip and fore-end. Customizable where you want it, the stock includes a vertically and horizontally adjustable rubber butt piece and a 2-stage adjustable trigger. The BSA R10 SE is built for accuracy due to the specially machined cold hammer-forged barrel guarantees amazing accurate shots and the new regulator that keeps its shots highly consistent. If all that wasn’t enough, an improved shroud with a fixed suppressor makes the airgun twice as quiet as the previous model. The SE includes 2 magazines so you spend more time shooting, less time reloading.
All in all, the BSA R-10 SE is a beautifully built rifle that delivers on performance, accuracy, and quality craftsmanship--a welcome addition for any serious PCP airgunner.
|Max Velocity||1000 fps|
|Muzzle Energy||20 ft/lbs|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/target practice|
|Max Shots per Fill||50|
|Cylinder Size||200 cc|
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Things I liked: This is an exceptional quality of an air rifle. it is super accurate and delivers on power etc. I have taken several hundred squirrels with this, as well as numerous bigger pests like raccoons, opossums. I have also taken out a few huge feral tom cats that were beating up my cat. You put good optics on it and you will be very happy. I love the trigger and the wood is just beautiful. this was a giant step up for me from the two Benjamins that I own. I get plenty of regulated shots so when I take it out to squirrel hunt, I know that I won't have to stop early. If I miss, it is me, not the gun. Love it
Things I would have changed: it is a little heavy but nothing that I can't deal with one way or another. other than that, nothing to change
What others should know: I have more money in this air rifle than my most expensive deer rifle but I use this R10 a lot and in my eyes, it was a great investment for what I get out of it.
Things I liked: Very accurate out of the box. My first full magazine produced a tight group at 25 yards. After a couple more magazines I got all 10 in a single hole, dime sized at 25 yards. I've tried 4 or 5 kinds of ammo, and all are accurate. However, JSB Jumbo Heavy 18.13 gives tight groups and 28 fpe. This an air rifle that handles like a center fire in size and weight and looks. The stock and all workmanship is very good for the most part. Given it's good accuracy that I could achieve on Day 1, without previous shooting experience with this gun, and without any modifications at all, it is clearly a 5 star on accuracy. The workmanship and quality also rate for 5 stars. I do have some minor complaints below.
Things I would have changed: The manual could be better. There are a few types and mistakes (like mm instead of cm in one place), but the most grevious one is that the magazine lock is neither pictured or discussed in the text. This can be confusing to a new owner. The first time I shot it, a complete filling to 230 bar would provide only 4 shots !! It did this about 4-5 times. The person who tested it at Pyramyd air made a note of frequent fills, but did nothing about it and shipped the gun to me. I called Pyramyd and talked with a shooting expert. We went through everything on this issue, and nothing really stood out as the problem. I was ready to ship the gun back. Then we discussed the bottle. I unscrewed the buddy bottle, and re-lubed the o-ring with molykote 1,1,1 and screwed the bottle back on. As the bottle was screwed on, there was clearly a non-concentric thread on either the bottle or gun. However, it now holds pressure and shoots a full 50 shots or more.
What others should know: My advice: (1) Test and break it in with JSB Jumbo Heavy 18.13 gr pellets; (2) Do not tamper with it, oil it, or anything to start with. Just shoot it and give it a fair chance as built; (3) Use a quality bench rest so that you are testing the rifle and not the rest or the shooter; (4) Study online from B.B. Pelletier what to use for maintenance and cleaning. Happy shooting - despite a couple of minor problems I'm very happy with this purchase.
Things I liked: A very well executed rifle.
Things I would have changed: I might have spent the money for an even better scope.
What others should know: I agonized over purchasing this expensive rifle for awhile. Now that I have used it, I don't know if I have ever been as satisfied with a purchase in my life. It is solid, beautiful, deadly accurate, and extremely quiet. Whether you're looking to control pests or just have fun, you can't go wrong with the R-10. Perfect in every way.
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Where is this made? I wish Pyramyd would include this information in the specifications section.
my r10 se is putting out 10.75 ftbs can I get it adjusted to 11.6 ftbs it is only 4 weeks old it has had over a thousand pelltets threw it
In the UK, the rifle may be fitted with an anti-tamper device to keep from being adjusted. I would recommend talking to Tench or John Bowkett.
i have a R10 SE and would like to make it quieter,would appreciate any tips
If you are in the UK, you should have many suppressor options available that we do not here in the states.
To fill your PCP gun:
1.Pick a source of air shown at right
2.If an adapter is needed, one will be shown
3.Add both to your cart to get hooked up
BSA R-10 SE PCP Air Rifle, Walnut Stock with 1/8" BSPP connector (2M)
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|Max Velocity||1000 fps|
|Muzzle Energy||20 ft/lbs|
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