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The BSA R10 TH is a quality British-made airgun that has been designed for precision shooting. It features customisable trigger types, an operating mechanism that's both smooth and easy to use, and the ability to reload quickly and easily. It also offers a power output of up to 12 ft/lbs, making it perfect for target practice, plinking or pest control at slightly longer ranges. We'll take a closer look at all the different aspects of the BSA R10 airgun and see how it compares to other airguns in its class.

Overview

The 10th-anniversary edition of the BSA R10 is a vastly improved model with some brand new performance enhancements! This TH rifle comes with an all-new thumbhole stock and its biggest ever shot count, to provide efficiency and economy whilst shooting.

The new R10 TH stock is an interesting mix of tradition and innovation. It has the traditional forend from previous models, but with a new thumbhole grip as well as a covered cheekpiece that can be adjusted for height - making shooting a lot more comfortable and considerably more accurate.

 

This high-powered model now has a whopping 280cc buddy bottle for an increased air capacity, meaning you can now get a shot count of 340 in .22 calibre and 280 shots when shooting .177.

 

The TH is also equipped with many of the features seen on the popular SE edition:

 

  • Multi-Adjustable Butt Pad

  • Additional Magazine

  • Customer Configurable Shroud (CCS)

  • A wide variety of stocks to choose from

 

R10 Thumbhole view

 

Key Performance Attributes

The R10 TH is one of the best in its class when it comes to performance. It's highly accurate and very powerful yet still very affordable, coming in at an average sale price of around £900 here on Gunstar. It's perfect for those who want to have an excellent performing rifle without spending a lot of money. Take a look at some key features below...

Fully regulated PCP air rifle - the R10 achieves consistent and reliable accuracy up to 50 yards with all types of pellets, making it an ideal choice for pest control or target shooting.

The R10 TH features an enhanced trigger function - giving the shooter total shot control. This means you can easily and accurately adjust the trigger to suit your needs, whether you're shooting for precision or power. The trigger allows you to find the perfect setup for your shooting style as well as the constantly changing environment around you.

Ambidextrous thumbhole stock - The stock on the BSA R10 TH is also ambidextrous, meaning it can be used by both left and right-handed shooters with equal ease. So many left-handed shooters struggle to find an airgun that they're comfortable with and this R10 could be the answer for many. The new thumbhole grip plays a big part in making the R10 TH as easy to shoot for left-handers as it is for right-handers.

Built-in pressure gauge - allowing you to keep track of the amount of air remaining in your rifle. This is a vital feature for those who like to get out to more remote locations to shoot - nobody wants to run out of air in the middle of a session.

BSA has done all it can to prevent a situation like this from happening, with a handy 'on rifle' quick fill system helping you to easily top up the air supply without having to remove the tank from the gun. This system makes it quick and easy to get back up and running, so you can spend more time shooting and less time fiddling with your equipment.

Some additional performance stats include a maximum muzzle velocity of 825ft/s and a maximum fill pressure of 232 BAR


There is a huge range of BSA R10 TH for sale here on Gunstar in both .22 and .177 calibres - you won't find this gun cheaper anywhere else online!

Archie Davis
Gunstar Chief Editor
Published on 18-05-2022
Archie has been on the management team at Gunstar UK since June 2018, and has since then been working to integrate the business with the shooting community. A skilled writer and self-taught country enthusiast, Archie has conducted numerous investigations into many of the industries unanswered questions to try and unify shooters all in one place; the Gunstar blog.