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BSA Gamo Multishot Magazine

BSA Gamo Multishot Magazine

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High quality 3D printed Magazine for multi-shot BSA and Gamo air rifles. Bespoke engineered design, no fake or copy.

Available in .177 (10 Shot), .22 (9 Shot) and .25 (8 Shot) please select your required calibre and quantity above, before adding to the cart.

The Premium version has a final shot indicator and pre-painted numbers to make shot counting as easy as possible.

Compatible with the following:

     BSA Defiant

     BSA Ultra JSR

     BSA Gold Star SE

     BSA R-10 Mk 2

     BSA R-10 SE

     BSA R-10 SE Super Carbine

     BSA Ultra Cayenne

     BSA Ultra XL

     BSA Ultra SE

     BSA Scorpion Cadet

     BSA Scorpion SE

     BSA Scorpion TS

     Gamo Boxer Bullpup

     Gamo Chacal

     Gamo Coyote

     Gamo Dynamax

     Gamo GX-40

     Gamo Phox

     Gamo Urban

     Gamo Venari

     Gamo Whisper (NOT break barrel models)

For the following models please Purchase the 'Superten' version. This has a cutout to allow the indexing arm to move up and down with the self indexing magazine inserted.

     BSA Ultra MK1

     BSA Scorpion T10

     BSA Super 10

     BSA R10 Mk1

All magazines will come with a tough and durable resin based internal rotor. These rotors have amazing detail and a super smooth finish.

The magazine is the same size as the original and is a perfect fit, cycling pellets with a super smooth action. All pellets are loaded nose first from the top of the magazine in the same way as the original.

It is held in place by the magazine catch or by the strong magnet in newer BSA and Gamo models and the steel disc mounted in the top plate.

The rotor is numbered and the bolt is blocked when empty, so you know to reload.

Every magazine is tested prior to shipping. Orders will normally ship the next working day, on rare occasions it could be up to 3 working days depending on stock levels.

Due to the materials used in the 3D printing process, do not leave the magazines in direct sunlight or extreme hot temperatures such as conservatories or the dashboard of a car for long periods of time or warping may occur.

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