BSA R10 TH Super Carbine PCP Air Rifle .177 Walnut Stock
This is the BSA R10 TH .177 PCP Walnut Stock air rifle.
Please note, scope and mounts are sold separately and are not included.
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BSA R10 TH SUPER CARBINE PCP
BSA’s legendary R10 has had a makeover to celebrate its 10th anniversary and the result is the new R10 TH air rifle. Fitted with a larger 280cc buddy bottle to give up to 340 shots in .22 or up to 280 shots in .177, BSA has then added a Minelli produced thumbhole stock, which combines the traditional style R10 fore-end with a new thumbhole style grip, that’s ambidextrous but can also be adjusted for the ultimate fit thanks to its adjustable butt pad and soft touch covered wooden adjustable cheekpiece. The R10 TH has also been fitted with the CCS shroud as featured on the R10 SE, allowing you to configure the barrel profile to your needs or preference, all supplied in a hard-wearing ABS case.
IN THE BOX
- BSA R10 TH Super Carbine PCP Air Rifle
- Large Rifle Hard Case with 4 Clips
- BSA Gun Lock
- 2 Rotary Magazines
- Fill Probe
- Bagg of tools and bits
This outstanding PCP Air Rifle from BSA is complete with a large size rifle hard case. Please note that is it without scope or scope mounts, please see our large range of compatible scopes on this website.
IN THE BOX
- Full-Size Rifle Hard Case with Handle
- BSA PCP R10 Rifle
- Rifle Lock and Keys
- 10 shot .177 Magazines x 2
- Quick Coupler Valve
- Valve Plug
- Barrel Parts
|GUN TYPE||AIR GUN|
|BARREL LENGTH||310 MM|
|TRIGGER||TWO STAGE ADJUSTABLE|
|RAIL SYSTEM||11 MM DOVETAIL|
|FILL PRESSURE||232 BAR|
This rifle is designed to deliver less than 12-foot pounds of power to stay within UK law. However, FPS depends on the pellet weight and quality, i.e. brand used. Each rifle will perform differently, so we recommend trying different brands of pellets to see what works best in your new air rifle. More info can be found on our Blog or in our FAQ section of this website.
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What Is A PCP Air Rifle?
PCP air rifles use built-in air tanks to store compressed air. This compressed air is then used as the propellant to fire the pellet downrange.
How Do You Fill The Tank?
The air is compressed by using a hand pump, a divers scuba tank, or a carbon fiber tank (like the ones used in paint guns). When the air guns tank is filled to the correct pressure, it is ready to fire.
How Many Shots Does A PCP Air Rifle Have Per Fill?
This is dependent on the make and model, the ammo size and weight, and the length of the barrel. It also depends a lot on the FPS - FT/LBS your rifle is shooting and if it is regulated. However, a good average is 100 shots per 100CC; also, please take into consideration not all of the shots will be good - when the tank is about three-quarters empty, your shots will reduce in power and quality. So if you have a 425CC tank, we would hope to see 300 good shots depending on many different factors. Disclaimer, this is just a rough guide and should not be taken as technical advice. Please see the manufacturer's website or the specification table on the Just Air Guns product page if the manufacturer has published this information.