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Late night butchery!

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by larryking28, Jun 1, 2014.

  1. larryking28

    larryking28 Busy Member

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    I did want to try and keep the side wheel on the Airmax scope but with the magazine on the S510 it wasn't possible to load the mag into the rifle whilst the side wheel was on :(
    There is enough clearance for the sidewheel to be on the scope whilst the mag is in place,its just you couldn't get the mag in.
    Bit of late night Dremeling and I have removed a small section of the sidewheel.
    Now to change mag I have to rotate the sidewheel to the gap,it's still a bit awkward but it is now possible :)

    [​IMG]
     
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    The height of the magazine has always put me off AA - bad design decision IMO.
     
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    When the S310 came out side wheels didnt exist on the plus side how the mag indexes on the ball bearing is great design and so is the loading bolt not have the seal on it so it doesnt wear the seal going through the magazine, smooth loading of any pellet.
    The week area is user error people pulling/ramming the mag back in/out without the bolt fully back bending the indexing pin.
    Id take the slighty high AA mag over the BSA magazine anyday of the week.
     
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    It looks quite good to me and it works so problem solved. Nice job

    Looking at it again could you not take a chuck out of each one so you would have 4 slots? Should still be enough metal to work as it should.
     
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    Nice tidy job mate,problem solved doesn't look out of place at all.:up:
     
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    The only design fault is that it loads from the left instead of the right.
     
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    Ultimate sporter? What's she like?
     
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    They are great have one myself. seriously quiet and more than accurate enough. Just that left hand loading mag is pain but that is the same on all S4/510 series guns.
     
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    Its great for left handed shooters though:cool:
    The rowen drop down single shot adapter is pretty sweet for leftys.

    Larry which range did you chop away the infinity end?
     
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    Yeah,I have to set the sidewheel to the 200yd mark to get to the gap when changing the mag.
     

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