Take a look at BSA's new Gold Star SE PCP rifle, launched at the Midland Game Fair this weekend

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BSA Guns’ new Gold Star SE PCP rifle was launched at the Midland Game fair. The new pre charged pneumatic air rifle is a feature-packed product designed to deliver strong performance and value for money in its class with a recommended retail price of just £899.

What’s new about the BSA Gold Star SE PCP rifle?

  • Fully adjustable ‘hunter’ style stock
    The BSA Gold Star SE rifle comes with 12 axis of adjustment for the butt pad, cheek piece and palm rest whilst retaining the classic BSA look
  • It uses BSA’s new multi shot magazine
    This sixth generation magazine uses a dry lubricating material – called PTFE – to provide a smoother magazine rota that produces smoother, quieter and more efficient shots. It also has a last shot indicator.
  • It uses an air stripper
    An air stripper is attached to the barrel of the BSA Gold Star SE rifle to remove turbulent air from around the pellet. This can be removed and a sound moderator fitted in its place
  • Quick full pressure system
    An on board pressure gauge allows for easy monitoring of the pressure levels and easy, problem free pressure charging.
  • Available in both single shot and multi shot versions
  • Three choices of colour and material available
    You can choose from two laminated stocks in red, white and blue or ‘black pepper’ or a classic oiled finish walnut:

BSA’s expertise in producing great PCP air rifles is demonstrated best in the BSA Ultra SE PCP rifle. Widely regarded as one of the best PCP air rifles on the market, the Ultra SE was deemed the most accurate and consistent rifle by Bruce Potts.

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