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Tuning BSA ultra

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    Does qnyone have any information on how to succesfully tune the BSA ultra single shot .22? I would like it to about 20 ft lbs, i have my FAC so the power really isnt a problem that it will be above 12 ft lbs.

     

    Any info i would be grateful, cheers

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    why do people still try??learn how to shoot and get in range of the target rather than wanting loads of power

     

    hope im wrong and your a top chap rather than a scally

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    we cant really just take your word for it man :lol: for all we know you could not have the fac.

     

    and it really wouldn't be worth tuning an ultra to 20ft/lb you'd get a really rubbish shot count.

     

    Good point! (about the Certificate) yeh i suppose the sot count would suffer alot, especially with the ultra.

     

    And no, definetly not a scally! I'm a farm reared country boy :lol::lol::lol:

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    we cant really just take your word for it man :lol: for all we know you could not have the fac.

     

    and it really wouldn't be worth tuning an ultra to 20ft/lb you'd get a really rubbish shot count.

     

    Good point! (about the Certificate) yeh i suppose the sot count would suffer alot, especially with the ultra.

     

    And no, definetly not a scally! I'm a farm reared country boy :lol::lol::lol:

     

     

    Threads of this nature usually get squashed by the Mods and members get banned as it would be very unwise to give information on turning a non FAC air rifle into FAC

     

     

    If you have an FAC take it to a dealer, job done

     

    Can't see this one hanging about for long

     

    Jonno

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    Uprating any airgun above the legal limit will require the holder to have an FAC certificate and the entry on it, performed by an RFO. Due to this being a public access forum, such advice is not given and any attempts to post information of this nature will be removed.

     

    I have left this up as a polite reminder.

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