Written on: 20/10/2002 by Orca1.
o Hi Power - up to 33 ft.lbs
o Adjustable Power - Kodiaks 635 fps - 840 fps (18-33 ft. lbs.)
o 10 removeable shot magazine
o Built-In Shroud
o Very Nice 3-Way Adjustable Trigger
o Butt Plate is adjustable for length
o Lightweight for capacity and power class
o Very comfortable stock/balance
o No Safety or Safe Position like Tarantula
o Only 1 Magazine comes w/gun - Xtras = $45
o Power Adjustment is $60 Xtra
Wow, this Air Arms 410e gun stands out for its very Hi Power and accuracy with JSB Exacts, Premiers and Kodiaks. I can't shoot this rifle enough and, though I have many other rifles, this is the one I grab first. I used this gun for 6 months before reading of a $60 power adjustment that one dealers was doing where a hole is drilled into the air flow port, threaded and a grub screw is installed to restrict the flow of the transfer port. The allen screw can then be turned in and out to control the velocity with a 1/16" allen wrench. I was skeptical about this but when I called around and found out that Air Arms employees and the US AA importer had this modification done to several of their personal 410's I decided to give it a try and now would not recommend that anyone buy this rifle without this feature - of course if you don't know about this, "ignorance is bliss" I was OK until I found out about this and its not at all advertised or talked about that I could find. I would suggest that you buy the rifle from the one dealer that provides this service to save in shipping costs which is mentioned in some of the earlier reviews of the 410E. I am not mentioning the dealer name since the site rules request this - it's listed in the other reviews. Best $60 I ever spent.
I shoot paper targets on my 5 acre lot behind my house every night after work with neighbors on either side on low power and they've never heard a single shot.