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My Air Arms S410

Discussion in 'Gun Gallery' started by shadow, Sep 24, 2007.

  1. shadow

    shadow Active Member

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    Hi all

    This is my AA S410 in Walnut stock Carbine .22 Fitted with Hawke Night Eye 3-10x44 Scope With illuminated reticles, Weihranch Suppressor and a Lo-gun Gun Lamp.

    [​IMG]
     
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    Nice.
    And a left hand bolt, nice to see.
     
  3. shadow

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    Thank you very much,

    well spotted that its a left, I was wondering how long it would take to spot :up:
     
  4. topcat

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    very nice good luck
     
  5. Vaisravana

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    That rifles prity much what I want, if I ever get the money together.
     
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    I got every thing you see in the pic for £635. but i already had the lo-gun gun lamp.

    Next thing am going to get is a bi-pod, i'v been having some trouble trying to get the pellets to group (zeroing new sights), But to day was the first time I'v shot the rifle since i got it, I still need to spend some more time with it. If nothing improved by the end of the week then I'll get a bi-pod and hopefully it may help with zeroing & grouping.

    but apart from that, am well happy with it, and looking forward to busting some bunnies:D
     
  7. Vaisravana

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    My dreams are being crushed.
     
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    I bought the gun brand new as i couldn't find a secondhand 1 in a left handed stock so it left me with the only option of buying a new 1. and the extra £35 is because it's walnut, If i got the beech then it would have been a straight £600.

    I when in to the gun store on the saturday last week, and got a phone call from Kevin saying
    and i guess you know the answer was yes.

    but how accurate that information is i don't know, they his words not mine.

    But if you were to get a secondhand one am sure it wont coast as much as what i spent on mine, and that only coz am a lefty (left handed $uck$ £££)
     
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  9. Vaisravana

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    Tell me about it. Being kacky handed sucks ass. But then I guess us lefties are the only ones who are right in our minds.
     
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    Do you mind if i ask how much extra they charged you for being left handed because where i bought my s410 with a beech stock it cost £450 whether it was left or right handed here's a pic below
     
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    Update. bi-pob, Sling Added

    TBO I couldn't really tell you, but if i remember correctly the rifle was going to cost me £616 but he said he'd do it for a straight £600 :up: :D. and the only reason it ended up being £635 is because the stock in walnut

    the Scope cost £60
    the Silencer cost £40
    and the gun cost £500
    add £35 to the stock as its walnut ( but that's only because he said that Air arm no longer supply the S410 in beech)

    and to be honest the walnut look much nicer, and am so pleased that i ended up with the AA in walnut and not the BSA Super 10.

    update on gun ( DIY )Sling and BI-POB very east to do.

    [​IMG]
     
  12. AA Anonymous

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    I couldn't agree more the gun looks awsome in walnut i opted for the beech because i shoot in dense woodland and the gun gets knocked about a bit i dont mind scrathes on the beech but i think i would be pretty peed off if i damaged the walnut and would be forever trying to touch it up. If i was a target shooter only i would definatly got the walnut.:)
     
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    I like what you'v dont to ya rifle look well nice :up:.

    Is that a DIY job, Or did you send it to a gunsmith

    I was thing in of doing some thing like that to the scope & silencer.
     
  14. AA Anonymous

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    It's some cotton camo tape off e-bay took me about an hour to do 1 roll was enough. very fiddly to fit expect to throw some in the bin, you have to have a bit of patience. I must warn you that if it gets wet it needs to be dried out as the gun can rust underneath it without you nowing but it does help stop some scratches.
     
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    Update, camo tape added

    well i got some camo tape today, put some on the end of the silencer and the Valve end cap but i'm having second thought about the tape being on the valve end cap, what do ya think :confused:. I also put a some of the leftover tape i had from the end cap and put the remaining strip on the mag.

    [​IMG]

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    [​IMG]
     
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    Cool:up:
     
  17. Vaisravana

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    You can't really tell how it looks without seeing the whole of the rifle.
    But the silencer and the Valve end do look good.
     
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    [​IMG]
     
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    why do some 410s have black parts on the forend of the stock? is it because it is walnut?
     
  20. andyhawkx3

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    dont know if its, marked up as the mk 2, but thats what I call it, its got a safety in the trigger..unlike mine(no safety catch), and the dark wood I think u r refering 2, is a nice bit of cherry wood, I dont think Air Arms makes a beach stock now,( HAD PROB'S SLEEPING), Merry Xmas...Andy
     

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