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BSA & Gamo Magazine, .177 cal

10rds, Fits Select BSA & Gamo Guns
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It's always a good idea to have extra preloaded mags when hunting and you need a follow-up shot and discover that the mag you're using is empty. By preloading your mags before you go out, you can leave your rattling pellet tins at home. Like most of us, you've probably dropped an open tin of pellets on the ground while fumbling around in the field to reload your empty clip. Preloaded spare mags will solve that problem.

BSA Multishot Nagazine Features
  • .177 caliber
  • Holds 10 pellets
  • Fits BSA R-10 MK2, Scorpion SE, Scorpion 1200 SE and Ultra SE air rifles; also fits Gamo Coyote and Buccaneer rifles
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Specs
  • ManufacturerBSA
  • ConditionNew
  • Accessories TypeMAGAZINES, CLIPS & RELOADERS
  • Warranty1-year limited warranty
  • Caliber.177
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4.0
By WilliamUSANovember 21, 2018

I was buying these back when the unshrouded Coyote first came out, and before Gamo bought BSA. They sold everywhere for $14.99 back then. Just as soon as the company changed hands, the price rose to $49.99! There seems to be no reason for this except company greed? The company knows that most of us want to have extra magazines on hand, and probably keeps the price of their guns a bit lower, and thus more competitive expecting to make up the difference that way?

Pros
These magazines fit many different airguns, thus can be swapped between them.

Cons
There is no good reason for these to cost what they do. They should be much cheaper.

5.0
By JohnUSANovember 14, 2018

I have seen this magazine criticized for its price, but you really do get incredible quality in a spring loaded magazine with this one. Poorly constructed mags can shave pellet heads and deform pellet skirts. Many shooters chose to use their single shot trays for accuracy shooting for that very reason. I have 3 of these and I am certain that they are feeding my pellets as well as they can be feed into my guns and give all the accuracy that I would get with a single shot tray. I know because I have tested them. It also has a very easy to remember and intuitive loading sequence, unlike the mags that have to have some pellets loaded skirt first through the back and some nose first through the front, after winding the cover 3/4 way around counter clockwise then loaded by rotating the cover clockwise while pointing the face of the mag towards Mecca and inverting it; you get what I mean. It has lots of metal in its construction and looks built to last.

5.0
By StanleyUSAJune 23, 2016

These magazines work flawlessly plain simple period.

Pros
Nothing.

Cons
BSA is very proud of these but it is nice to have extras on hand.

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