Written on: 29/06/2009 by CBR400RR (1 review written)
I have the AA S410-SL Extra FAC .22cal and it is a very good gun for the money Great fit and finish, looks and feels great in your hands, the walnut stock has very nice checkering. The blueing is very well done, and the side lever is very easy to use and works very smooth. The gun is very accurate and you can put pellet after pellet into the same hole with ease. (read more)
Written on: 04/12/2008 by jason399
Air arms 410 classics are really good got 410 up too 25ft lbs by putting a heaver sping in and valve and drilling the transfore port to 3 mm can get it up too 30+ ft lbs very easy i have done about 10 airarms even a airarms 200 too 17 ft lbs you can adjust the grub screw on the side to turn it up and down for the power just by the kit from terry robb from essex brilliant
i have tuned up carrer 707 mk 3 to 50ft lbs and bsa superten to 32ft lbs.hw 80 to 25 ft lbs but remember your shots will... (read more)
Written on: 29/09/2008
I have the air arms s300 it,s doin 22.ftlb it,s nocking every thing out 100 plus yards rabbits ..pigeons.. squirrel..and so on.the gun was 12 ponud wen i got it n only thing i av done is the f.a.c hammer spring . got frm t.w.chamber in the s300 were the pot is there is a brass oller nut in side the is a screw wot stops the air goin thought it av took the screw out n thats y now it ..its so ard at the 22fltb so nx is the firing valve then drill the port hole to ....3Mil then shud do close on... (read more)
Written on: 29/09/2008 by bigdoll12
I got aa s300 it,s doin 22ftlb....100 plus yards rabbits.. pigeons..squirrels.. plus any thing els it,s a cracking rifle got the tuning hammer spring frm t w chambers and took the screw out the pot in side the cylinder (read more)
Written on: 20/08/2008
This weapon and the hw97k are the best i have when going to decide which one is best they are both precise but the hw97k is best for hunting rabbits except the fact that it weights 4kilos anyway this weapon is best for shooting targets so buy wht u need for wht u need xD :) (read more)
Written on: 04/08/2008 by david987 (1 review written)
This is my first air rifle. Having done much research I decided to buy it. (Got a good deal from Kibworth). My son finds it easy to use and makes our shooting look like we have been shooting for a while. (read more)
Written on: 28/07/2008
I've never had a air rifle before and ive always wanted one and this seemed one of the best, I love it! seems such a shame the seal has gone because now im worried what else might go wrong! I've noticed someone else had the same problem one here and they re-charged it and it was fine so I re-charged it to 190 bar and its still leaking. Going to the shop tomorow to get them to have a look at it. (read more)
Written on: 30/03/2008 by cddenton
A great gun, very nice piece of kit mines a 410 carbine easy to use and light too, new style filling valve is a little awkward (read more)
Written on: 18/07/2004 by ragkar (1 review written)
I've had my 410e for about a year now and I've shot perhaps 5000 pellets through it. It just keeps getting better and better. Right now I'm averaging .310 inch error over 25 shots at 38 yards and I expect that to improve as I get a quality bench and bench rest. I like the ability to improve my accuracy with more attention to detail.
The gun has the Pomona power mod but I am so pleased with the chrony results that I haven't touched it.
I've done extensive pressure fill testing using JSB... (read more)
Written on: 02/07/2004 by Randy of the Redwoods (2 reviews written)
In March '04 the S410E box arrived from SS, this simple air rifle, in walnut stock with it's long slender pratical lines, is beautiful. My hands rest where the stock is checkered and the stock molds to my cheek comfatably. The 1st shot took place before anticipated as the trigger releases at 1 lb. of pressure; smooth as glass. The retort is quiet and one needs to check his pine 2 by 4s' to realize it's magnum power. JSB pellets are this rifles' soulmate. Though only a 7 lb. gun, I... (read more)
Written on: 17/06/2004 by av2011 (5 reviews written)
I have had the Air Arms 410E for over two months now and have been practicing in my backyard. I used high mount rings on the rifle and topped it off with a 8x50 russian range finding scope. My yard measures 85 ft in length. I have shot targets at extremely high wind and still hit the mark. At 3 shots= 3 squirrels clean one shot kills behind the ear the gun speaks for itself. I bought his gun primarily to practice as a substitute for long range high powered rifle competetion out to 300 yrds... (read more)
Written on: 10/05/2004 by pkitzman (1 review written)
Very powerful and accurate. With Kodiak pellets I can shoot 0.5" groups at 50 yards. Managed to shoot a big jackrabbit at 132 yards! (I must confess that I skipped the pellet into him. I thought he was a little closer or I wouldn't have even tried that shot. That doesn't say much for my shooting skills, but it does for the guns power!)
I did have a problem with the horizontal adjustment due to the barrel band. If I sighted the rifle in at 20 yards it would always be off to the right... (read more)
Written on: 01/01/2004 by thomo27 (3 reviews written)
I got my Air Arms s410 .22 in the classic length, 2 weeks ago. my first impression was the suprise in the build quality, it really is second to none. I have a Webly fx2000, a Weihrauch HW100, BSA lightning and a Daystate Harrier X. the Air Arm s410 is my favourite due mainly to accuracy. The Daystate Harrier X has better bolt motion and is just as accurate but feels less comfortable. It is'nt the rifle for teens really though, It takes about 30 seconds to up the power to 35-36 foot pound,... (read more)
Written on: 21/11/2003 by tzrider (3 reviews written)
Love the S410e, precise and powerful but
mine is starting to leak air when I get
to about 100-105 bar. My S410 can get
to 80 bars without any problem.
Is there anybody with the same problem
or do you have different experiences (read more)
Written on: 27/09/2003 by kemawo777 (2 reviews written)
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. (read more)
Written on: 25/07/2003 by JGarza.
This gun is the best value in the PCP catagory that I've seen in my opinion. I've used this rifle afield for about a year and have had the opportunity to compare it to a Daystate Harrier and a FX Tarantula. I found the design of the 410E is superior in function to these rifles although the wood and metal finishwork might be a bit better on the others. I'd like to check out the power mod but I'd have to send the gun in and chance a shipping disaster (my R9 was destroyed on delivery from... (read more)
Written on: 17/05/2003 by BWassung.
I've owned about 30 pcp's in my day of shooting. But i have only kept 2. The s410e is one of them(the other is the carreer 707 laminate in .25) I use my s410e with a night vision scope for hunting rabbits late at night. I use a solid lead 23 grain round, which pushes about 830 f.p.s., which is the speed i like to keep my pellets. It has about 32 f.p. of power. But all that, still is the least of the things that impresses me. The accuracy is what i love. At 10 yards my c.t.c. is... (read more)
Written on: 18/04/2003 by PlasmaEtcher.
I recently gained internet access and the world of online posting and the exchange of information on this little subculture of airguns. I bought this AA 410E airgun a year ago from a disgruntled customer who was not happy with the accuracy/quality/value and with the whole airgun scene in general. He said he had a fallout over the phone with the dealer in the MN area last year. He wasn't at all happy with the gun and offered it to me for $400 with an extra magazine (which were both cracked)... (read more)
Written on: 25/02/2003 by Jordan.
Very strong value for the money. Excellent accuracy, quiet shroud, easy to load 10 shot mag, large airtank, smooth bolt action, most excellent fitting stock and it's damn fun to shoot. Magazines are a bit spendy at $45 - hearsay are having cracking issues but mine are fine - also baffles are being shot out of shroud in cold weather - again mine are fine and I live in NH. PowerMod is $60 extra and takes a few days extra to be done before shipping. I had to take an extra day to think it... (read more)
Written on: 19/02/2003 by Michael.
I've had an Air Arms 410E now for a month. My previous favourite airguns were a Theoben Rapid 12 and Theoben Double Magnum. I now have another favourite. The AA 410E is priced at least $1000 too low for the quality, accuracy, fit/finish, and fun factor. My groups are equal or better than the Rapid and the trigger is actually smoother. Bench groups at 50 yards are never more than 1/2" with a Bushnell Trophy 4-12x40 scope. There's even less recoil than the Rapid and the balance is... (read more)
Written on: 24/01/2003 by Pneumannic.
Wonderfully accurate rifle and great value!! Cheapest and best performance when mag capacity, air capacity, built in shroud and accuracy, workmanship and design is considered. I think it runs head to head with even the more expensive guns in performance but probably not in fit and finish. It's no slouch though. I have owned this rifle in .22cal for over a year and when I saw this site I had to pitch my .02 - I bought this gun after having a FX Tarantula for a while and while that gun was... (read more)
Written on: 30/12/2002 by Ray.
Overall the Air Arms 410E is a very great design that meets my needs for airgun hunting. It's not as powerful as my Sumatra but much more refined and a great value with the built in shroud and the power mod. I have been hunting rabbits with this gun for the last month and its by far my favorite over my Sumatra, Thor and SLR-98. Accuracy wise I am able to shoot much better groups with a larger variety of .22 pellets than the other two PCP rifles but most important I can shoot the 410E much... (read more)
Written on: 26/12/2002 by Doug B.
This Air Ams 410E rifle is extremely accurate where I can group 1/2" groups at 50 yards using JSB Exacts. This rifle is nice in that it comes with a shrouded barrel which makes it quiet without a moderator. I have both the .22 and the .177 and from my experiences, the .177 is slightly more accurate than the .22, but the .22 has more power down the line. I use both almost equally, but for different purposes. If I want to shoot targets, I tend to grab my .177 and if I shoot rats and other... (read more)
Written on: 26/11/2002 by Alan in GA.
I have had hundreds of airguns as I repaired them for others for several years as a hobby. Being a certified diver I also happen to have 4 scuba tanks in the shop so a PCP gun was inevitable. I have had 5 other guns that have been purchased, played with [tested] and sold. This AA410E seemed to be the rifle that would be 'perfect' for me, and after only a couple of weeks I still love to take it out and test [ok, play...]with it. It IS quiet enough to allow back yard targeting. One MIGHT want... (read more)
Written on: 10/11/2002 by Nutria Nut.
I'm going to use this gun to shoot the millions of nutria I have on my place. They are big overgrown rats that are destroying Florida! This gun make and model was recommended to me by a airgun nut buddy and for $549 on sale it's a good price. I put on my Leopold scope off my .270 deer rifle and away we go. Can't get anything else with this much power and quiet for any less. Wow is it accurate and packs a punch! - I've already taken out more in the last 2 weeks than the state boys have in... (read more)
Written on: 03/11/2002 by Hoss.
All I can say is WOW, this Air Riffle is very accurate. After it was sited in, I made 3 hole in ones at 30 yards with Beeman Kodiak Heavies 21gr pellets, and the pellets were going through hay bail me and my friend were using as backs for our targets. Power and accuracy I can't see very many air riffles in this price range to compete with the Air Arms S410e,my only complaint would be the lack of a safety on this air riffle. My friend then stuck a writing pen in the hay bail and told me to... (read more)
Written on: 20/10/2002 by Orca1.
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... (read more)
Written on: 08/10/2002 by Lepus1.
I have the .177 calibre Air Arms 410E and have had it for 3 months. It's a great gun - smooth action, good balance, easy to shoot, no jump. Lighter pellets than Crosman 10.5gr premiers go supersonic and do not group well. I think this gun is great so far and can't wait to get one in .22. I bought this gun and a scuba tank (used) from a friend and discovered a whole new world of fun. (read more)
Written on: 02/10/2002 by Glen McCoy.
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... (read more)
Written on: 27/09/2002 by DNAdoc.
See the review by Sgt. York and following comments as they convinced me to buy this Air Arms 410E airgun and from the dealer listed. I got the adjustable power modification and had to wait a few days for it but it was well worth it. I have a 30 yd range on the side of my house and shoot a few times a week at med power with H&N wadcutters and then take the gun afield and crank the power to full with Kodiaks with only a few clicks in elevation to get POI ready for field use.
I know this is... (read more)
Written on: 26/09/2002 by 22Domer.
The Air Arms 410E is my fourth PCP gun and by far my favorite. It's my second PCP repeater and though I've paid a lot more for other guns (Daystate and Falcon) and the overall fit and finish might be a tad bit better the cost was much higher (cosmetics), I think the 410E is in a class all of its own with value and accuracy where the rubber meets the road. Accuracy is just as good and the weight and balance is very good for a high power gun in its class. I've read of it being fragile but not... (read more)
Written on: 25/09/2002 by Jmmanuel.
I bought this Air Arms 410E air gun long before reading these reviews and didn't get the power mod. After finding out about this I had to send in my gun and pay postage to and from to get this done. An extra $30 and lots of effort and waiting. Be sure and buy the power mod when you buy the gun. Don't let anyone talk you out of this like I did on the chat forums. It will cost you! I thought I would post my results on this gun which is about the same as what has been said before. I won't... (read more)
Written on: 19/09/2002 by Pneuman.
I own a FX Tarantula, Falcon F19 and a Daystate Harrier PH6. I love them all but the air Arms 410E is a better hunting solution IMHO due to having large mag cap, fast shooting, quick power adjustment, huge max power and extreme accuracy. The other rifles have some of these points and some exceed the 410E but as an overall system the 410E rocks dude!! The balance is great, accuracy superb, adjustable power, great shot capacity per fill, 10 shot mags with clear window for viewing how many... (read more)
Written on: 05/07/2002 by Sgt.York.
The 410e air gun from Air Arms is the best $$ value in the PCP category thus far. This rifle had all the features I wanted -
Great stock with high cheekpiece,
Large capacity - 10 shot mags, flawless performance,
Large air capacity - 314cc,
Lightweight - 7.5 lbs,
Great adjustable trigger,
Built in shroud - don't have to buy an additional mod,
Power adjustment - all I need is a 1/16" allen in the field,
Accuracy on par with all PCP except Theoben Rapid's,
All for $625..... (read more)
Written on: 05/04/2002 by AndrewLeung.
I have both the .177 and .22 caliber versions of the air Arms 410E air rifle. I tend to shoot the .177 more as the gun gets more shots per fill and is more accurate than the .22. The .177 prefers Crosman Premier Heavies 10.5gr and is good at 20-21 ft-lbs for over 60 shots (close to 80 total shots). The .22 likes Beeman Kodiak 21gr pellets and shoots at 33-34 ft-lbs for 25 or so shots.
.177 easily can keep the pellets within 1/2" at 50 yards outdoors while the .22 is 3/4". Since I don't... (read more)
Written on: 17/02/2002 by Gaspipe.
The Air Arms 410e air rifle is powerful, accurate and comfortable. Most of all, the 410E is quiet. The 10 round magazine is a nice touch, wood and metal finish are very good.
About the only thing that may be objectionable is the complete lack of iron sights, if that is your thing. (read more)