BSA small bore rifle

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BSA small bore rifle

Postby Sometimes » Thu May 16, 2019 4:56 pm

25 metres out doors off a rest Image 10 shots Image


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Re: BSA small bore rifle

Postby Scribe » Sat May 18, 2019 10:41 am

Looks nice and obviously accurate. I have had a love affair with the Hunter 222 and will probably purchase one, that is of course if the law still allows us to own such dangerous creatures. They were much revered by the culling fraternity and still are by many. Sako became the standard all were judged by. My first decent rifle was a Sako 222 purchased through the NZFS for sixty six dollars. I had a BSA Monarch 243 before that, a calibre I like but the rifle I did not.
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Re: BSA small bore rifle

Postby Packhorse » Sat May 18, 2019 12:00 pm

That’s something my kids are doing at the moment. Shooting 70s to 90s of a rest. 11,13 and 14 nearly 15.


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Re: BSA small bore rifle

Postby Sometimes » Sat May 18, 2019 5:33 pm

Awesome that’s good shooting I have a mate that’s just turned 87 he has been shooting competitively for 69 years just shoots small bore these days still shoots 95 plus cards I have a small collection BSA small bore rifles have a rear lady’s youth international that is a really neat rifle


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