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BSA Scorpion PCP Air Rifle

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PY-2162-4370

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    WARNING This product can expose you to chemicals including lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
  • BSA Scorpion
  • Precharged pneumatic
  • Single-shot
  • Bolt-action (can be swapped from RH to LH use!)
  • Free-floated barrel
  • Match-grade barrel capped with a muzzlebrake
  • 11mm scope rail
  • Monte Carlo wood stock with checkered grip and forearm
  • Sling swivel studs
  • Quick-disconnect charging
  • 232 bar (3,364 psi) max fill pressure
  • Approx. 25 shots per fill
  • Ideal for taking small game & plinking


Unlike most guns, this one is completely ambidextrous, because you can swap the bolt's position from one side to the other. BSA's barrels are known for being very accurate.
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Caliber.177" (4.5mm)
Max Velocity1000 fps
Loudness4-Medium-High
Barrel Length18.5"
Overall Length36.5"
Shot Capacity1
BarrelRifled
Front Sightnone
Rear Sightnone
Scopeable11mm dovetail
TriggerTwo-stage adjustable
ButtplateVentilated rubber
Suggested forSmall game hunting/plinking
ActionBolt-action
SafetyManual
PowerplantPre-charged pneumatic
FunctionSingle-shot
Max Shots per Fill25
Body TypeRifle
Weight7.7 lbs
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By Joshua from USA on 2019-06-25
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Things I liked: Simple single shot design, built like a tank, great looking rifle, tons of power after removing the knock off restrictor, very reliable, compact carbine for easy carry and point ability, perfect weight with a reasonable scope mounted, very loud when tuned for high power I like to hear it bark.

Things I would have changed: I can't think of anything I don't like about the rifles but I wish they would have offered the single shot in.25. I would own all three calibers if they did. Some would say too loud but I like the bark they make when fired and won't be shooting in city limits anyway but they are threaded at the end of the barrel if you remove the muzzlebrake.

What others should know: I have the Bsa Scorpion single-shot in.177 and.22. I like the rifle so much that I bought twins. Took out the knock off restrictor on both and the.22 now has 12 good shots at 50 ft lbs or an average of 925 fps with 25.4 gr Jsb over 12 shots and the.177 has 20 good shots at 30 ft lbs or an average of about 900 fps with 16.2 Jsb over 20 shots. When I say good shots I mean 3% and under standard deviation. I have only shot them indoors at twenty yards with nice accuracy results but I want to stretch their legs in the future and shoot 50 yards and over. The.177 likes 2675 PSI and the.22 likes 3225 PSI. Puts them in the sweet spot. I paid $500 for the.22 and $380 for the.177 here on Pyramyd Air so I got a good buy on both because regular price is $700-$800. If you want a simple well built no bull crap rifle that is accurate and reliable and easy to use and capable of big power with a little tuning then do yourself a favor and pick one up if you get a chance.

 

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By HauntedMyst from USA on 2014-09-21
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Things I liked: BSA makes outstanding guns for the money. They make some of the best, if not the best barrels in the industry. The Scorpion is an outstanding rifle - very accurate and hits hard.

Things I would have changed: I wish it (and all BSA pcp's) was regulated for more consistency shot to shot. This is a minor upgrade to make at the factory but a major one to add to the rifle afterwards. Is it absolutely needed? No. Is it great to have? Yes.

What others should know: This is perfect for those of us that prefer single shot over multi shot. The BSA loading channel is large enough that you don't feel like you have to "fiddle" to get a pellet loaded.

 

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By Talisker55 from USA on 2010-07-28
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Things I liked: Incredible accuracy. Fit and finish like a fine custom firearm. Very high power is attainable with some adjustments. The trigger is a work of art. This BSA air rifle was designed by John Bowkett, the undisputed foremost designer of air rifles in his day. BSA barrels are fully the equal of Lothar Walther and Anschutz.. BSA rifles are known for their ruggedness as wel as incredible accuracy. BSA air rifles are to be cherished as prized possessions.

Things I would have changed: There is a T10 version that is a 10-shot repeater....but not anywhere near the price this single shot version is selling for. If you can afford $900+, go for the T10 version.

What others should know: OK, I own the .25 caliber Lonestar, but is is a single shot and very similar to the Scorpion except is has the MMC cocking feature instead of the conventional bolt handle. Other than that and the caliber, they are very similar rifles. BSA rifles must be charged to 232 Bar to get the full number of shots, and power start sto fall off below 200 Bar. Because of this, you MUST get a pump that can supply the pressure such as the BSA pump mades by Hills or and FX pump made in Sweden. A standard SCUBA tank falls a bit short in the pressure department. Your pump should be rated to 250 Bar minimum if you own a BSA air rifle. I chose a BSA air rifle over an FX made in Sweden. Why pay more?

 

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  • Morris from USA asked:

    What kind of sound suppressor will fit it in .22 cal.

    • Stanley from USA:

      I installed a TKO moderator on my BSA Scorpion 12OO SE ( very quiet ) there are many options out there. 1/2 unf threads so it makes it easy to find one that fits.

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Item Description
BSA-BG367 [PY-2162-4370]
Accurate, powerful, ambidextrous. Ideal for hunting small game & plinking.
Caliber.177" (4.5mm)
Max Velocity1000 fps
StockHardwood
GripAmbi
ColorBrown

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