BSA R-10 MK2 PCP Pellet Gun (Part 2) – Airgun Review by Rick Eutsler / AirgunWeb.com
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About this Video:
In Part 2 we’ll look at how to clean the barrel and set the trigger. Then we’ll get setup at 50 yards and see what we can get for groups. The wind was really blowing when we went out and the BSA R-10 still posted some great groups. We’re not done with it yet. In Part 3 we’re going to setup a field target course and really run the R-10 through the paces.
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- BSA R-10 MK2 PCP Air Rifle, Walnut Stock
- BSA .177-Cal Multishot Magazine, 10rds, Fits R-10 MK2, Scorpion SE, Scorpion 1200 SE & Ultra SE Air Rifles
- BSA Buddy Bottle, 200cc, Fits BSA R-10 MK & SuperTen
- BSA Single-Shot Adapter, .177 Cal, Fits R-10, Scorpion, Ultra
- Air Venturi Carbon Fiber Air Tank & Fill Station, 4500 PSI, 90 Cu In
- JSB Diabolo Exact Heavy .177 Cal, 10.34 Grains, Domed, 500ct
- Hawke Sport Optics 8-32×56 AO Sidewinder 30 SF Rifle Scope, Illuminated SR Pro Reticle, 1/4 MOA, 30mm Tube
(PyramydAir.com does not carry the exact scope that I’m using in this video. This is a comparable model, that acutually a little better than mine)
- BKL 30mm Rings, 3/8″ or 11mm Dovetail, Matte Black
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AirgunWeb is a leader in Airgun Reviews and Information. Airgun Expert and Critic Rick Eutsler, has been testing and reviewing airguns, pellet guns, bb guns, and various airsoft airguns since 2006. In this video AirgunWeb will be reviewing and talking about the BSA R-10 MK2 and testing accuracy out to 50 yards.
Pellet rifles, airguns, air rifles, bb guns, and airsoft airguns are a great way to develop good shooting skills and firearms safety. Airguns, BB Guns, & Airsoft guns are great tools for target practice, small game hunting, pest control, and maintaining firearms proficiency and discipline. Pellet guns are also great for just having fun shooting targets in the back yard and are much safer and less expensive to operate than traditional firearms.