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BSA R-10 MK2

  • Code: BG1305 · .177 · 1000 fps
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As you open the box, the first thing you'll see is the magnificent oiled walnut stock. Admire that superb workmanship and then take a look at the deep, rich bluing on the metal. But when you start shooting it, the real beauty of the BSA R-10 MK2 air rifle becomes apparent. This may be one of the most accurate airguns you'll ever own.
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  • ManufacturerBSA
  • Caliber .177
  • Velocity 1000 fps
  • Condition New
  • Ammo Type Pellets
  • Action Bolt-action
  • Barrel Style Rifled
  • Fire Mode Repeater
  • Gun Weight 7.30
  • Overall Length 43.00
  • Barrel Length 18.00
  • Loudness 2-Low-Medium
  • Magazine Capacity 0
  • Mechanism Pre-charged pneumatic
  • Rail 11mm dovetail
  • Safety Manual
  • Front Sights none
  • Rear Sights none
  • Shots per Fill 50
  • Trigger Adjustability Two-stage adjustable
  • Trigger Action 0
  • Use Small game hunting/target practice
  • Warranty 2-year limited warranty
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By RafaelUSAMarch 31, 2017

I would jump on one of these rifles in a blink. I am not interested in a .22 I own a .25 Benjamin Marauder that is incredibly quiet and pushes 40 Ftp on each crack. I hope BSA upgrades to .25 and .357 like the Benjamin bulldog but completely shrouded for quietness. This will be the ultimate of airguns. The element of surprise, like I like to call it, is true fun hunting. Hunt more, without scaring off more!

Looks like the gun speaks for itself! BSA keep up the great work, just make it bigger.

"Calibers!" Need to raise the level and keep it suppressed.

By CharlesUSAApril 13, 2016

Every time I take it out of the case i'm still amazed at how good it looks. The Minelli stock top notch and shoulders perfectly even at the bench. The trigger is not only adjustable for 1st stage travel and second stage pull weight, but you can also move the blade back and adjust the angle of the blade. In .22 I'm getting @ 50 shots per fill before going off the regulator. Mine shoots most pellets I've tried very well but, it really likes JSB Exacts and CPHP's for sure. Even with the wind I was able to 3/8 ctc groups with both these pellets. I feel pretty sure that without the wind and a little more scope I could get those much tighter. The gun is very backyard friendly with the shroud and the shroud can be removed making a nice looking carbine if noise is no issue. It sounds about like my Discovery without the shroud.

By Blas S.September 29, 2015

Easy to load ,very light ,beautiful stock ,and very accurate ,the BSA it become one of my best PCP rifles ,one more thing that really surprised me it's, that is a very quiet rifle, I will say super quiet. It's really worth every single penny that I have spent on this rifle. when airgun depot send me the rifle they did a good job putting everything inside the box.

Very light, accurate ,beautiful stock ,it's a well-made rifle you don't go wrong choosing the BSA.


By HardyUSAJanuary 12, 2015

The stock is comparable to any of pcp from Daystate, the metal parts are not the best but acceptable, the accuracy is as deadly as any good pcps, but the price is hundreds less than counter pcps. The only thing I like to have BSA change is to make a .25 version.

Accuracy, price, stock and design

no .25 cal.

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looking for spare parts - BSA R-10 MK2, .22 cal

asked Mega Murugan

have the rifle pcp bsa R-10 MK2 CAL 5.5

asked RODRIGO from USA

What's the weight of this gun? Web site says 4.54 something. Seems to lite to be lbs and to heavy (I hope) to be kg. Thanks

asked Dean

7.3 lbs. without a scope.

William from USA

Yes, Kilograms. 4.54 Kilograms = 10.00899 Pounds.


what's the muzzle velocity? winzey leid

asked winzey leid

Muzzle velocity is determined by pellet weight. Most times, the manufacturer's stated velocity is determined by using the lightest weight alloy pellet commercially available for the test. It isn't very practical as nobody really uses alloy pellets. Thus lead pellets give the best actual performance data, and as we all know, lead pellets come in many weights, each of which produces a different average muzzle velocity which is less than the touted manufacturer's claim.

William from USA

Most reviews indicate a muzzle velocity of around 1000 f.p.s. for a .177 pellet.


Barrel length?

asked Ed

18 inches.

Stanley from USA

18 inches.

Stanley from USA

18 inches

Stanley from USA

18 inches

William from USA

Can this gun be used by left handed users?

asked bill

Sure, but won't be comfortable nor ergonomically sound. The bolt handle will be IN your face and the cheek piece has sharp cut edges. Evanix has some nice one

william from USA
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