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Written on: 16/01/2014 by Oldfart12 (1 review written)
Held off reviewing for six months. I have bought two carbines in .22 and .177. Mated to Hawke sights for target and vermin shooting. Build quality is excellent, Minneli stock with lovely checkering. Truly a lovely rifle to shoulder and use. My son uses the .177 with a beech stock, I have the .22 Super Light with Poplar stock in green. We both found the action perfect and easy to use. The fitted bolt is alloy and not to my taste so refitted with Rowan ball to ball bolts in stainless steel. They… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/03/2013
Have had the superlite in .22 now for just over a year and used it regularly for vermine control on alot of permissions. Then the accuracy started to play up and the air valve wasn't reading true, so sent off for a full service, £90 plus another £16 postage. Got it back and found it to be shooting 5 yards to left at 25 yards??? let a HFT shooting mate of mine have a go and he was gobsmacked especially when,with still 110 bar of air in it it decided to dump all it's air on him. Sent it back… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/10/2012 by ronwood22 (1 review written)
Ha when works it's ok up to 25 yds forget it after that! mine leaked air sent it back 5 weeks and still waiting ??? called the gunsmith and air arms are waiting for parts??? what !!!!! spend the extra money and buy something that's not British sorry… Read Full Review
Written on: 26/10/2011 by RGURGURGU (1 review written)
started leaking air after a mouth, low on power after sending it back 4 times, came back with metal swarf all over it and was scratched. postage total £80+. But i got some dented tins of pellets though. Got fed up with it and sold it… Read Full Review
Written on: 21/04/2011
I used to shoot firearm rifles in various calibres,I gave this up due to the hassle of travelling to ranges expensive ammo etc. but still had shooting in the blood, I've had a .177 break barrel for years so decided to get some thing better it appears that a decent air rifle is more expensive than a similar firearm ie AA S410 £570 ish -ruger 10/22 £200 ish.
But I digress,I decided on the AirArms guns british and good quality, bought a TS200 under lever, after a couple of weeks altho a very good… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/03/2011
nice allrounder,light to haandle,and a very sure shot .very quiet and powerfull,accurate up to about 60 yards or maybe thats my limit.didnt like 10 shot mag, seems a bit feeble for 35quid, could be made in alloy so would last longer… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/01/2011 by highlander cool (1 review written)
I own a classic fac in 22 for last 5 years.its bolt. Operated old model. I love this gun. Bolt action is smoothly operated now know people is gonna argue with me that bolt action had indexing problem etc but mine has no problem at all.I own other pcp's as well like daystate air ranger & some fX guns ,sumatras etc.but when I go hunting small game I prefer taking my s410 cause it's light enough to carry in the fields & also deadly accurate gun.I regularly hunt rabbits between 55 to 95 yards &… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/10/2010
Fortunate to live in NZ - can shoot S410 classic .22 on full power for hunting/target. The gun is superb in every respect. Accuracy is stunning, at 40 - 60 metres (yes - checked with a range finder - not guessed) can put them all in a ragged hole benchrested.
Hunting with it is a pleasure - the other night one shot kills on rabbits out to 80 metres, took a hare one shot at 40, plus one shot kills on many possums (normally very tough pests to kill).
Cannot fault the gun at all - well done Air… Read Full Review
Written on: 22/04/2010
I have rated this gun before and if it worked properly it would be a great gun. The cocking mechanism on mine was kwrap. The indexing was Kwrap and it ruined what was to be a good gun. As I have stated before the S410 is not a patch on the HW100. I cannot help but think that the S510 was created to iron out all the known faults of the 410. A bit like Microsoft replacing Windows with an operating system that actually worked. I am not the only one that has been able to put the full magazine into… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/10/2009
cant knock it very nice to use light powerful perfect gun better than a lot of other makes and models… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/10/2009 by jagstang (2 reviews written)
I've owned my s410 classic for a bit over a year now and in this time i've not been dissapointed! I'd heard about how it was a best selling pcp long before i brought mine and it certainly lives up to it's legendary status.
The build quality is excellent, the finish is excellent, it handles beautifully, the trigger feels good, and i really like the neat chequering on the stock which is beech on mine.
Mine is .177 and i get 80 shots at full power which is one advantage of the classic in… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/05/2009
The Air Arms S410 has excellent quality and price… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/04/2009
The Air Arms S410 is a rifle capable of hitting a five pence at 39 yards every time in .22 what more do you need… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/03/2009 by Darrel cornwall (15 reviews written)
Air Arms S410 is a nice looking rifle with precise trigger even if it is a little floppy with the safety off.nice stock finish,and as most owners are aware that air arms rifles are produced on a rolling development basis meaning that as they design new improvements they incorporate them straight into their production of rifles.parts availability is excellent, i ordered a seal kit for one of mine and it was here for me within two days ..thas what i call good after sales back up… Read Full Review
Written on: 08/11/2008 by ralphstevenymail (1 review written)
The Air Arms s410 is by far the best rifle on the market in my opinion. I have owned a few rifles in my time but i'm completly smitten with my s410. I honestly cannot fault the gun in any way. The look, feel, accuracy, reliability and finish of the rifle are all second to none. If you have the money for a top of the range air rifle i strongly recommed the Air Arms s410 for hunting or target shooting… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/10/2008 by jamie rees (1 review written)
Had for in as many months first gun down on power barely 10 air airms said shoot another tin of pellets through it rubish second gun leaked through gauge third gun safety catch fell off forth gun down on power leaked over night not good enough must try harder air arms eventually settled on hw90 thank god for that a gun that shoots as good and wont let me down… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/10/2008
Using air arms pellets I expected a little more from gun. the Air Arms S410 is a good looking rifle and its well balanced. I did find that mine was quite low on power… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/08/2008 by PATCH813 (1 review written)
At 11.5 ft lbs and a velocity of approx 800ft per second this gun is not suitable for a child or the novice shooter.in fact in my opinion no pcp rifle should be in the hands of the inexperienced unless supervised.
Using AA .177 field pellets of the larges size weighing 8.04g with velocity of approx 804 the gun develops 12 ft lb.
it is a serious hunting gun copping with magpies jackdaws pigeons and rooks at 35-45 yards.
It also drops rabbits at 30-40yards preferally with a head or neck shot… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/07/2008 by Andy keen (1 review written)
A great gun that works well, good all rounder. No bad points… Read Full Review
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