BSA invented the modern spring-piston gun, but they've never stopped to rest on their laurels. They continue to innovate, relying heavily on the expertise of world-renowned airgun expert John Bowkett. The GRT models are a prime example of their forward movement. The Supersport was originally introduced in 1986, and the SE version is the latest in that long line. Gas piston technology has also been added to this model, as airgunners have discovered the many benefits. It doesn't have much in common with that older gun because it has a significantly higher velocity and is made with modern materials and technology. BSA spring- and gas-piston air rifle models are put through a rigorous 10,000-shot test and then stripped down to see how they held up. Anything that doesn't last is improved so it will. Not until the gun passes with flying colors in all areas does it get approved for production and can wear the BSA name. Don't you wish every airgun manufacturer did that?

BSA GRT Supersport SE Air Rifle Features
  • Gas-piston
  • Breakbarrel
  • Single-shot
  • Rifled steel barrel
  • 2-stage adjustable trigger
  • Fiber-optic sights (fully adjustable rear)
  • 11mm dovetail grooves
  • Manual safety
  • Right-hand Monte Carlo beech stock
  • Raised cheekpiece
  • Checkered forearm and grip
  • Ventilated rubber recoil pad

Here are the benefits of Gas Ram Technology Smoother cocking Smoother shooting No spring torque No spring fatigue, even if you leave it cocked for hours Functions perfectly in cold weather. Lasts longer than a metal spring.
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