Air Arms 410E Review

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kemawo777's review of Air Arms 410E

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“Got a brand new gun from CTICO.COM and the air leaks...”

Written on: 27/09/2003 by kemawo777 (2 reviews written)

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Will let you know later

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Got a brand new gun from CTICO.COM and the air leaks out around the pressure guage on the stock when you try to pump it up. Even when you pump like mad and get it up to almost 100 BAR it keeps leaking. Can't contact the seller either.

General Comments
Got a brand new gun from CTICO.COM and the air leaks out around the pressure guage on the stock when you try to pump it up. Even when you pump like mad and get it up to almost 100 BAR it keeps leaking. Can't contact the seller either.

Today is my son's B-Day & this was the BIG gift. Not too happy with the outcome so far.

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Tzrider's Response to kemawo777's Review

Written on: 21/11/2003

My S410e 5.5mm FAC starts to leak
<br>when the pressure drops to about 100-105
<br>bar. According to Air Arms this is normal
<br>but I find this much to soon (80 would be
<br>acceptable to store my rifle) as even
<br>my S410 4.5mm at 12 ft.lbs can get as
<br>low as 80 BAR without any problem.

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Ragkar's Response to kemawo777's Review

Written on: 19/07/2004

The AirArms User Handbook (page 7) warns you that if the cylinder is empty (as in the first fill) cock the mechanism before filling. It goes on to say that at least 50 bar (725psi) is required in the cylinder before the firing valve fully seals. I've had no leakage problem with my gun. Last winter it retained its air over three months without leaking.

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Tzrider's Response to kemawo777's Review

Written on: 17/02/2004

After putting the new gun away for a weekend, the leaking never appeared again. The seals had time to set. I probably stored the new gun with unset seals away with too low pressure
regards,
Jeroen

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Kemawo777's Response to kemawo777's Review

Written on: 16/02/2004

The airarms has a problem with the "O" rings. Apparently the people constructing these guns don't put a lite oil on the rings as an extra precaution against fraying or sitting wrong. Once we figured this out and got it corrected, the gun was great. Also had a hell of a time getting Air Arms or the distributor to give us more than one ring. Should come standard but hey, why should they spend an extra 10 cents to make the customer happy.

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Thomo27's Response to kemawo777's Review

Written on: 01/01/2004

mine NEVER LEAKs and if it did i would say its unacceptable and send it back! how old is it?

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