BSA Ultra Review
With its compact proportions and light weight, the BSA Ultra range has been developed with the hunter in mind. The exception is the Ultra JSR – an even more compact version designed specifically for juniors – JSR standing for ‘Junior Stock Rifle’. All models feature an air cylinder which results in a low shot count compared to many other rifles, but is more than adequate for hunters. Although BSA describes the valve as ‘self regulating’, the Ultra is not regulated in the way that the BSA R-10 is for example. The 10-shot magazine system is very reliable and operates with a well-engineered bolt system, and the trigger is a fully adjustable two-stage unit.
Check out this video review of the BSA Ultra SE below. Note – this is not a video provided by Alpha Militaria.