This huge haul of new releases includes two new BSA PCPs, three new Gamo PCPs and three new Winchesters.
Though details on the guns are scarce until the show itself, we did get the following statement from BSA: “We are confident these latest products will enjoy the same high level of popularity as some of our previous successes such as the Defiant Bull Pup, R10SE and Ultra SE range, not to mention the Ultra JSR which remains the only junior dedicated PCP on the market.”
Check out our reviews of some of the most popular BSA guns below.
With a history traceable back to the 1600s, Birmingham Small Arms (BSA) Ltd was officially formed as a limited company in 1861, for the purpose of supplying small arms to satisfy the demand of the British Government. In one form or another BSA have continued this military alliance right up to the present day and currently provide Scorpion training rifles to the British Army Cadet Force. Our business doesn’t stop there though, we are the UK largest manufacturer and distributor of Air Rifles and associated products. Our distribution network reaches over 500 UK Registered Firearms Dealers (gun stores) and we supply internationally to over 60 countries worldwide. We also have the necessary licences for section 1 and section 2 firearms.
Our extensive product portfolio derives from our world renown group brands which include BSA Air Guns, Gamo Air Guns, Daisy Air Guns, Winchester Air Guns, BSA OPTICS, our own pellet manufacturing facility and shooting accessories for all brands.
For more information: http://bsaguns.co.uk/