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 BSA gold star se/r10 mk2 se 
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Unread post BSA gold star se/r10 mk2 se
Hi all,

I may (or may not) be thinking of having a look at one or the other of these two rifles. I don't hunt an awful lot (but enjoy it immensely when I do) and mainly shoot targets at the club, so don't want an exclusive target rifle, but i'm thinking of becoming a single gun owner and these two float my boat. May well just stick to the 100, but these BSA's look really special and the comics seem to rate 'em (what DON'T they rate?) so giving it some thought.

Interested in your thoughts/opinions/experiences if ya don't mind?

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Unread post Re: BSA gold star se/r10 mk2 se
I own two R10s and they are the most comfortable stock that I have found from BSA. Not got on with their other rifles from the Ultra to the GoldStar that uses a modified Scorpion stock. Mechanically they are very simple and that means they are very easy to work one.

If you can try either at your local range then do so to get a proper feel of which rifle you prefer.

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Unread post Re: BSA gold star se/r10 mk2 se
the se shoots great so does the 100 its which you like try them both .


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