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BSA Buccaneer Air Rifle

The BSA Buccaneer was a Break Barrel spring powered Air Rifle first produced in 1977 [1], by the Gamo subsidiary BSA Guns (UK) Limited. It was manufactured in both .177 (4.5 mm) and .22 (5.5 mm) calibers and marketed as introduction air rifle for younger shooters with a muzzle energy of 5.5 ft lbf (7.5 J) of energy. The rifle had an automatic safety catch which was disengaged by operation of a lever next to the shooter's thumb.

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The rife shared the action of the BSA Scorpion Air Pistol, barrel from a BSA Meteor Air Rifle and moulded plastic grips designed for right hand shooters. The spring and piston were compressed by breaking the barrel through 125 before loading a pellet directly into the breach. The barrel was then returned into place and secured with a detent lock.

The rifle was packed in a polystyrene tray with a printed cardboard sleeve. The standard kit included a bottle of oil, a small tube of pellets, a pressed steel target holder with targets, and a barrel extension to provide extra leverage when cocking.

The last production run of this Air Rifle was 1981.

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