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BSA Buccaneer, Wood

Beech Wood Stock PCP, Made in Great Britain with a cold hammer forged barrel
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  • Code: 147054 · $399.99 · .25 · 800 fps
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If you're like the rest of us, precision is the most important thing a gun should offer. If you can't hit your target, what use is it? And that's where BSA guns really shine! The cold hammer-forged barrel delivers shots exactly where you want them to go. BSA has a reputation for making highly accurate sporting guns and the Buccaneer SE air rifle is an perfect example of that. Whether you plan to hunt, plink in the backyard or shoot competitively in field target, one of the Buccaneer calibers should be on your short list. If you shoot field target, then .177-caliber is for you. Same with plinking. If you plan to hunt and plink, pick .22 caliber. If hunting is just about the only thing you'll do, get .25 caliber. Made in Birmingham, England, in a state-of-the-art facility by experienced gunsmiths who take pride in their craft.

BSA Buccaneer Air Rifle Features
  • Precharged pneumatic
  • Bolt-action
  • 10rd removable rotary clip (8rd clip in .25 caliber)
  • 11mm dovetail grooves (no open sights)
  • BSA hammer-forged rifled steel barrel
  • Built-in manometer (air pressure gauge)
  • Self-regulated valve
  • 232 bar (3-365 psi)
  • 153cc air reservoir capacity
  • .177=50 shots/fill- .22=25 shots/fill- .25=30 shots/fill*
  • 2-stage adjustable trigger
  • Ventilated rubber buttpad
  • Ambidextrous beech stock
  • Checkered grip and forearm
  • Manual safety
  • 7.05 lbs.
  • Made in Birmingham- England

*If you cannot fill your gun to 3-365 psi because your fill device is limited to 3-000 psi output- you can still shoot this air gun. You just won't get as many shots per fill.
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  • ManufacturerBSA
  • Caliber .25
  • Velocity 800 fps
  • Condition New
  • Ammo Type Pellets
  • Action Bolt-action
  • Barrel Style Rifled
  • Fire Mode Repeater
  • Gun Weight 7.70
  • Overall Length 42.50
  • Barrel Length 24.00
  • Loudness 2-Low-Medium
  • Magazine Capacity 8
  • Mechanism Pre-charged pneumatic
  • Rail 11mm dovetail
  • Safety Manual
  • Front Sights none
  • Rear Sights none
  • Shots per Fill 30
  • Trigger Adjustability Two-stage adjustable
  • Trigger Action 0
  • Use Small game hunting/target practice
  • Warranty 2-year limited warranty
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By AlanUSADecember 28, 2018

When I received my Buccaneer .25 cal I couldn't believe the accuracy. 1" grouping at 50 yards. I can get about 35 shots before running out of air. My rifle did come with a small leaking fill valve. Used teflon tape and replaced the O rings but the leak continued. I called which imports BSA rifles. They offered me a newly designed pressure gauge and fill port. Also, if you want extra parts, especially magazines, they carry them in all calibers for $49.95 That is about 20 bucks cheaper than anywhere. I have a high pressure 4500psi compressor that fills the Buccaneer to 3300psi in less than a minute.

Accuracy! Has a nice ring to it when you pull the trigger. Decent kick, also.

Bolt is a little tight and rough when cocking. A little on the heavy side.

By RomanAugust 24, 2018

My bucaneer came in leaking from the fill valve. I didnt feel like returning it since it was an easy fix. I just ran to my local ace hardware, picked up an o-ring and boom, now i love this gun! Super accurate, but does have quite some drop on the bullet after approx. 150ft. Really does some damage!

Very powerful!

Came with a leak (easy fix)

By KyleUSAJuly 24, 2017

I purchased my .22 caliber BSA Buccaneer Silentium Soft Touch because I wanted an affordable PCP rifle I would not be sorry for buying. The BSA brand has been in existence for many years and is associated with prestige and quality. Until Airgun Depot made the Buccaneer affordable to me BSA rifles were always a few hundred dollars out of my price range. Thanks to Airgun Depot I purchased my Buccaneer and a quality scope for right around $500.00—Great Deal For A PCP and A Scope. When I received my Buccaneer I noticed on inspection that it was light weight, elegantly compact, not exhausting to aim without a rest, and it was very easy to grip due to the rubberized material used to produce the stock. The rifle is beautiful; it does not look like a piece of military hardware. I chose the UTG Hunter 4-16X40 AO scope for my rifle. This scope has a large objective bell and there is not much step-down from the receiver to the barrel. The scope with its flip-up lens covers installed was very close to the barrel. Rather than take a chance and damage parts when everything was torqued down I added a UTG Drooper scope rail. The scope sits high but I had no problem sighting in. If you purchase this rifle the scope and ring deserve careful consideration. With my scope installed I shot groups of ten at 21 yards on my backyard range with two pellets I keep on hand, Crosman Premier Hollow Points 14.3gr. and JSB Exact Jumbo 15.89gr. The Crosman pellets shot very well but the groups were not as tight as those shot with the JSB pellets. I will use the JSB pellets because they work best for me but, I am very pleased that if I have to I can run down to the local discount store and purchase a comparable substitute. As long as I do not move while firing the rifle I can count on the pellets going where I aim every shot. I can shoot through two magazines with a 2900 psi fill before pellets start to fly. My rifle is not as quiet as I thought it would be with the large silencer attached to the end of the barrel. My next door neighbor says if his windows are up he can hear me shooting. He says it is not intolerable but he knows when I am shooting. I followed the lead of another person in the air gun community and wrapped the silencer with electrical tape to cover the vent holes. The tape further reduced the noise to the point that he does not know when I am shooting unless he walks out onto his back porch and sees me. The BSA Buccaneer Silentium Soft Touch is a rifle I am glad I was able to finally own. This rifle is a good purchase. I am not sorry about buying it.

The rifle make shooting effortless almost.

The silencer needs more work. I had to wrap it with electrical tape to further reduce the noise.

By AaronUSADecember 21, 2016

it has a small air cylinder, but you get 30 really consistent , and powerful shots. nice feel to the black wrap on the rifle. very happy with my purchase.

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is this available with a left hand bolt??

asked John from USA

After just one fill (no, I didn't overfill) it has developed an air leak you can hear at the breech. Air escapes in less than 1 hour. Is there a simple fix for this or must I send the thing in, wait 3 or 4 weeks before I can shoot again?

asked Alan from USA

is the barrel threaded for an after market moderator?

asked Carl

Is the muzzle threaded to accept a moderator?

asked Carl

Is the bolt reversible for southpaws?

asked Earl

Do the barrel comes smooth bore

asked Duncan

I've purchased several air rifles off Airgun Depot. The description surrounding trigger pull (2 stage adjustable) is not sufficiently descriptive. ----Some of these rifles are so pull-heavy, it interferes with my ability to even target the rifle properly. I want to be able to adjust the "pull" on my rifles down in the ~2 pound pull range. Some of them don't even come close. I'm not talking about the slop in the distance from rest to beginning tension, I want a much smoother squeeze ability than some of these rifles allow. I would argue this is one of the most important arenas of description, that it isn't really being properly represented. At least, offer more discussion about this. Perhaps I'm not adjusting the pull properly. I'm hoping that is the actual case./jimo

asked James from USA

do I need all the big hp tanks and equip to use this or can I use ther smaller paint ball cylinders???? am new to pcp

asked roger bostater

will the 22 version of this gun kill a coyote? I ha e some living in a culvert on my back property, but I have neighbors 200 to 300 yards away, so I don't want to be blasting away with a rifle. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks

asked Richard

Is there sights rear and front

asked Charith

How do you fill the air in

asked Chris from USA

like the looks of the rifle... but am new at high pressure guns... am a old bb, pellet gun guy and also powder burning guns... question the gun price isn't bad but have always been scared off by the high cost fiberglass bottles and high dollar pumps.. can you run these pcp guns off of the larger paint ball cylinders and get by without the high dollar pump and tank??

asked roger bostater

Where can you get a pump

asked Brad


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