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gun choice

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by wil1hit, Jan 4, 2014.

  1. wil1hit

    wil1hit Engaging Member

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    wich rifle do you prefere r10 or s510 in177 to do a bit of both:)
     
  2. Grumpyoldman

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    Without opening any can off worms id choose R10 purely for shot count but prefer the side cocking off the 510 . Grumpy does believe in 4 years and several thousand posts . That is the first politicly correct post ever :eek:
     
  3. vitalich

    vitalich Keyboard Hero

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    i'd go for huntsman
     
  4. wil1hit

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    got 310 my self ,lad has r10 we get to start using them as from tomorrow not even leaded up properly yet or 0 up lol wind everywhere should be fun :D
     
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    that should have said 510 bloody tablets are no good for this
     
  6. tomsteebs

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    S510 is much better imo, and I've had 2 r10's of which one had the full tuning/ custom work done to it.
     
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    510 just cos i got one...
     
  8. Clubshot

    Clubshot Clubshot

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    Get out and check your local Air Gun Clubs and See what others are using

    I average well over 100 Shooters through my Club Ranges most Saturday's

    Money does not seem to effect the majority - so it's what works best for them in General

    In the Past many had BSA Rifles - but in recent years majority do not seem to be using them most weeks on the Ranges

    We had several AA510's but understand - majority have since sent them back -

    Most used PCP is HW100 Variants

    BOB/R
     
  9. Steve K

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    Without doubt the AA SL510 much better build and finish to the R10, the 510 isn't regged but still very consistent, my son has owned one from when the were first launched, it's never missed a beat ;)
     
  10. walker

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    R10 if you want the shot count.
    Vitalich has got a point about buying a huntsman. Theres not much difference in the price. Id be tempted to look at a regal. Theres lots of second hand bargains come up aswell
     
  11. vitalich

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    regal is a great one too.

    been at PAX guns, they have great prices for huntsmans, very close to S510 and R10 for the newish.
     
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    I have the S510 in .177 and love it. I much prefer side lever to bolt action, so it's great for me and has never missed a beat in the 14 months I've had it. Not used an R10 so cannot pass an opinion.
     
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    got on range today with both to be fair i have 510 already and was thinking to light for me, but have only just started to shoot. shot a couple or r10 and shot lovely but then some one was cracking and grouping tight at 70 yards with my 510 in wind ,so have decided to hold on give it a chance i was told to put a bigger scope on to give it a bit more weight if its more weight i want .so have bought some big niko sights with a masive paralax wheel see what this does lol
     

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