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BSA Buccaneer SE air rifle

The Adinolfi company showcased the BSA Buccaneer SE air rifle at the 2016 HIT Show
The BSA Buccaneer SE air rifle is available in both low and high power variants

Currently owned and operated by the Spanish-based GAMO Outdoor company, the British BSA brand still offers a broad range of both low-power and high-power, high-quality airguns to the international markets.

The Adinolfi company − the Italian importer of the BSA brand products − showcased the Buccaneer SE air rifle at the 2016 edition of the HIT Show, held at the Vicenza fairgrounds in northern Italy in the past days.

First launched on the international markets last year, the BSA Buccaneer SE air rifle is built around a beechwood stock with an ambidextrous cheekpiece and checkered gripping surfaces on the pistol grip and handguard. The BSA Buccaneer SE is a manually-cycled air rifle, feeding through a small detachable magazine holding eight or ten pellets depending from the caliber; the cold-hammer forged, precision steel barrel features a detachable muzzle brake, and the carbine also comes with an integrated scope mount.

The BSA Buccaneer SE is a PCP ("Pre-Compressed Pneumatic" air rifle, and as such it features an integrated air tank with a quick-fill port and a front pressure gauge; when full, the air tank allows up to 250 shots of 4,5mm/.177 ammunition in its low-power version (<7.5J of muzzle energy), but the BSA Buccaneer SE is also available in high-power 4,5mm/.177 and 5,5mm/.22 variants − whose ownership in Italy and in many other EU-member Countries requires licensing and registration just like firearms.


For more information visit the BSA Guns website

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