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Old 01-09-2013, 04:15 AM   #1
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Alright I was at the pawn shop to day lookin and I came a cross a beautiful rifle and it was a BSA eagle Custom rifle chambered in 30-06 so I came home and looked around on the net and I could not fined a thing about but on the gun it said it was made in england

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Old 01-09-2013, 04:46 AM   #2
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Alright I was at the pawn shop to day lookin and I came a cross a beautiful rifle and it was a BSA eagle Custom rifle chambered in 30-06 so I came home and looked around on the net and I could not fined a thing about but on the gun it said it was made in england
PM C3 about it. i have heard of the brand, but don't really know that much about them. IIRC, they also made shotguns as well.

C3 can probably at the very least point you in the right direction for information on them.
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PM C3 about it. i have heard of the brand, but don't really know that much about them. IIRC, they also made shotguns as well.

C3 can probably at the very least point you in the right direction for information on them.
Alright thanks axxe
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you're welcome! wish i could have been of more help.
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you're welcome! wish i could have been of more help.
Little help is better then no help but tell you now they are BEAUTIFUL guns
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FWIW, BSA (Birmingham Small Arms in England) made several versions of sporting rifles, imported into U.S. around the 60s. I own a BSA 6mm Remington sold under the Herters name. Nice shooting rifle, dispite its trigger which has creep and on the heavy trigger pull side.

I assume your "Eagle Custom" is a mauser type action. Mine isn't. Should be a nice rifle, well made. Don't see the Eagle listed in my 7-8 year old Gun Traders Guide book. Might be a version of the BSA Majestic Deluxe rifle.

By the way, own a BSA martini model 12 target 22LR, probably made 1920s-30s. One very nice shooting rifle.

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FWIW, BSA (Birmingham Small Arms in England) made several versions of sporting rifles, imported into U.S. around the 60s. I own a BSA 6mm Remington sold under the Herters name. Nice shooting rifle, dispite its trigger which has creep and on the heavy trigger pull side.

I assume your "Eagle Custom" is a mauser type action. Mine isn't. Should be a nice rifle, well made. Don't see the Eagle listed in my 7-8 year old Gun Traders Guide book. Might be a version of the BSA Majestic Deluxe rifle.

By the way, own a BSA martini model 12 target 22LR, probably made 1920s-30s. One very nice shooting rifle.
It a nice looking rifle I hope I can get it next month and yes it's made off the Mauser action it seemed like a very sold rifle
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It a nice looking rifle I hope I can get it next month and yes it's made off the Mauser action it seemed like a very sold rifle
Motorcycles ,scopes ,guns, good old bsa.
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Motorcycles ,scopes ,guns, good old bsa.
Just dont try to ride it!!! Your gonna choot your foot off ralphy
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Just dont try to ride it!!! Your gonna choot your foot off ralphy
Well if I shoot my foot off then we can beat marlin are fake legs lol
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