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    I have both. The BSA R10 is lighter and pure stock. My AA S510 has been tuned and regulated and gives me 80 very accurate shots. Both guns benefit from aftermarket tuning and regulation if you want a superb gun. I would pick the S510 for its' side lever and ease of use.

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    The ED 4-16×50 looks like less expensive alternative to the SWFA 3-15.

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    Long version has a 550mm barrel. Kind of defeats the purpose of a compact bullpup. Sure would be nice in a conventional rifle stock and easier to hold for accuracy.

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    Bolt holding action to the stock may be too tight.

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    Have you noticed an increase in accuracy with the HUMA?

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    Do the new Vulcan 2 guns come standard with the side lever?

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    BSA Defiant .22 with18.5″ hammer forged barrel.

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