Written on: 02/10/2002 by Glen McCoy.
high power 20+ ft lbs,
10 shot clips,
lots of shots,
it's just perfect right out of the box.
no xtra $$ to pay for upgrades.
**Can't Adjust the power,
wish it had a safety,
wish it was convertable to .22,
wish it had removable tank,
wish it was lighter,
walnut stock very expensive and you have to wait,
** wish i had the power mod. IS IT WORTH THE $60 UPGRADE + SHIPPING & HANDLING BOTH WAYS?
I use this Air Arms 410E air gun to hunt squirrels in west virginia and kentucky with rimfires but found the 410e to be lots more fun, accurate, quiet and much more pleasing to the landowners where i shoot. i frequently get multiple shots where with a rimfire i only got one shot. amazing how accurate this gun is.
mainly shoot crosman heavies but reading some of the other posts i'd like to try some crosman lite pellets and get those 60-80 shots the others are talking about. wish I'd have known about the power mod and pomona air guns in california when i bought my gun cause i paid over $650 for my plain 410e with shipping. not complaining but i could have had the adjustable power for the same price. it really pays to shop around the internet before buying.