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What a dream machine. Both in field use and target accuracy with a Hawke Scope is assured. I loved the first one so much I bought a second for my son who loves it as well. Mainly used for pest control around the farm it will happily drop anything at fifty yards, good clean kills with no suffering. Around seventy usable shots in .22, the carbine is useful around buildings. Lightweight means it can be carried all day without fatigue. It will not let you down either, good bolt action and a good… Read Full Review
Written on: by eastonia32 (1 review written)
just bought an AA410 .22 and once home got through 60+ shots straight away. as the guy who i bought it off didn't know anything about it i decided to call AirArms and after giving serial number was told age. to say i was shocked was an understatement!!! This gun is fantastic. Would have prefered .177 but hey ho. I'm now going to see if i can get the 'metal work' of .177 and put it in my stock. Overall however if this proves to costly then i'll stick with .22 ain buy a new .177… Read Full Review
Just like to say, i bought my AA 410 k new 3 week ago... straight out the box what a dream!! love it, putting out 11.5-11.9ftlb everytime... can make a 10shot group under 5mill at 35 yards!! i use mine for target competitions and out in the field hunting... loves AAfields/accupels/crossman flats!! ive taken bunnies and pigeons out at 47yards, nice clean head shots!! i would recommend this gun to anyone!!… Read Full Review
Written on: by Lionelbudge (1 review written)
Recently bought a BSA scorpion t10 which was faulty out of the box took it back and Shop recommended this air arms s410 in 177 carbine instead. So glad I took it easily the best rifle I've owned Shoots 1/2 inch groups at 35 yards easily with Jsb exact 4.52 pellets and also with the air arms equivalent Chronoed at 11 - 11.8 quite consistsntly hitting the 11.5 mark through the Power curve which is fantastic for an unregulated rifle. Takes bunnies and pidgeons very easily up to 50 yards… Read Full Review
Written on: by TL1960 (1 review written)
My son and I have been shooting our Air Arms Classic S410(mine)and the carbine(his)for just over five years now. They were bought with the standard beech stocks and we made a visit to Air Arms in Hailsham,Sussex where we were made very welcome and were show several walnut thumb hole stocks, which we wanted to up graded both the guns part-ex the still brand new beech stocks. The guns have never let us down, we both carry four ten shot mags each as we hunt, never jammed, miss fired and no… Read Full Review
Written on: by streaky101 (1 review written)
i have yet to get one of these and have a few questions i hope that someone can answer to help make my mind up. i mainly do bunny shooting with the odd bit of pidgeon shooting in farmers fields which i have permission. what callibur riffle would be best at a range between 30-50 yards a .177 or a .22? also i have seen that they come in two different sizes a 35" or a 39" again what would you recomend and what does the difference in 4" make to the overall performance? finaly how heavy is the… Read Full Review
Written on: by bonjourno2 (1 review written)
had the gun just over 2 months and the magazine keeps sticking after 3/4 shots can any one help with a solution bought a new mag and doing the same ready to sell gun as not a happy chappy,got a nice thumbhole stock and feels nice and light to handle,would realy like to keep the gun but seriously rethinking, have emailed air arms several times but dont seem interested… Read Full Review
Written on: by oldtimer61 (1 review written)
had mine 2 months been targeting as yet not been hunting but got aa moderator but was sent .22 version and was told it was universal my power seems low as when resetting targets it strugles to lift it also grouping bad as never seems to hit same place twice any pointers please. :wilf… Read Full Review
i have had the s410 carbine for a while now and it is brilliant accurate,quit,powerful and good looking a take mine out hunting and its great it shoots rabbits from 20 yards and 30 yards yet my longest shot was 40 yards i am not skilled enough to reach 50 yard shots but i am sure the rifle is capebel of that range shooting over all a great rifle . :D… Read Full Review
Written on: by P11oyd (1 review written)
Hi all I'm new to this sight and thought I'd write a quick review of my new air rifle the Air Arms S410 carbine .177 Well the first word I thought of when i first tried it was "wowzers"!!!! What a gun!!. I can't believe how accurate it is. I'm using AA field pellets at the moment and are getting great groups at 40yds. Already took down my first pigeon with this gun at about 37 yds with a clean head shot and it's breasts are now chilling in my fridge, yummy!! I'm getting around 11.4 pounds… Read Full Review
Written on: by Johncornick (1 review written)
My AA .22 410 carbine is amazing. I have it set to max lb's/ft legal and prone can dispatch rabbit, pigeon, squirrel or rat to 50m regular if zero'd well. I have an average set of scopes (Hawke 3-9 x 40) and a bit of time setting up is crucial. I have it silenced and with the 10 shot bolt action magazine I can alsways reload and try again if necessary. I always keep the pressure as close to 180 bar as possible and always lube the AA Cal 5.5mm, 1.037 gram diabolo field pellets with 4 x drops of… Read Full Review
i love my s410 ive just shot 8 rabbits with it when lamping. mines 12ft/lbs and my best shot of the night was a stone dead brain shot at 75 yard.
for stalking you cant beat mine it has a simmons 3.5x10-50 scope with flip scope cover, a spare magazine, harris swivell bipod and a brown leather sling… Read Full Review
The air arms s410 carbine in .177 was my last purchase a couple of months ago, i wish it had been my first!
i have a daystate huntsman and a theoben rapid mk2 and this 410 does everything the others can do but at a lot less money..
it's light, stunningly accurate at up to 50yds with a hawke 3-9x50 ao scope, not over struck with the aa silencer though, just bought an adaptor and screwed on a hw100 silencer with better results.. magazine indexes fine, nice and easy to load, nice finish on the… Read Full Review
s410 brill, but weak barrel/barrel band.
early ones have no safety catch and normal non security screws.
later have security (nippled torx) these are easy solve....go to your hardwear or diy store and buy a bit set!
your transfer port restricting screw can be wound out giving a max of 2-3flb increase.
apart from that you need to buy a full seal kit. strip the gun slowly and carefully, CHAMBERS GUNSMITHS web site has exploded diagrams if you get stuck,
oh and dont panic you will see on there… Read Full Review
I have owned this air rifle for about 3 years and have only used it,about 30 times , but i have kept it clean and looked after it and it really does show, it still shoots the same as it did when i bought it it still gives me the same amount of shots that i got when it was brand new, the bluing is still deep and in excellent shape , in the three years that i have owned this rifle it has been perfectly reliable ,before this i owned a rapid seven , this had to have the seals changes twice in two… Read Full Review
I have just bought a S410 22. does the screw adjust the power???
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A very good gun that has exelled in all forms of airgunning. I'm very happy with mine… Read Full Review
Ive just brought myself an S410 .22 cracking gun BUT it is noisy without a moderator on it. The moderators avalible for this gun are they any good??… Read Full Review
Very very good pcp no bad points can i say any more don't need to go and buy one you won't be dissapointed TOP GUN!!!… Read Full Review