The Air Arms S410 is regarded as the finest airgun in its class combining accuracy, reliability and user-friendly performance.
The S410 is the classic, precharged pneumatic sporter and regarded throughout the airgun world as the finest in its class. Correct design, precision engineering and a deserved reputation for customer satisfaction, makes the Air Arms S410 the first choice for airgun hunters the world over.
The butt has a high, right hand, roll-over cheek piece that positions your head perfectly for the scope.
The fore end is slim and tapers forward with a semi-Schnable tip. It’s ideally proportioned for most shooters.
On the underside of the stock just forward of the trigger guard there’s a small air pressure gauge, telling you at a glance the fill status in the lengthy reservoir.
The recommended 190-bar, which will give up to 80-full power shots in .177 calibre or just over 100 in the .22 calibre.
Cocking and cycling the action of the Classic comes courtesy of an ergonomically shaped ball end cocking bolt. This big, fist-filling matt finish aluminium lever is ideally positioned on the rear of the action.
The 10 shot magazine is ‘un-sprung’ so all the indexing is done as the bolt is operated for each shot. As the action closes the pellet is probed into the barrel ready to be fired.
All in all, a fantastic little hunter, with the look and feel of a much bigger rifle.
The bolt has a good feel to it and cycles quickly and smoothly.
Some lovely chequering really sets off the look of this typical hunting style rifle.
A ventilated rubber butt pad soaks up any felt recoil.
Two stage adjustable trigger with built in safety catch.
It runs at about 11.6 ft/lbs with AA Field Diablos, which is more than enough to shoot bunnies, corvids, woodies, rats and squirrels with at 30 yards.
More chequering on the fore end.
The gun is super easy to fill with the supplied adapter and the simple gauge allows you to see exactly how many shots you have left.
Air Arms, a British built, quality product.
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