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New Rifle -s410

Discussion in 'Gun Gallery' started by Oat, Mar 14, 2019.

  1. Oat

    Oat Don't believe the blah blah

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    Some will know i had been mulling over which AA rifle to buy, even that i had considered a Hortitsia. So thanks to all who have commented on the various posts.

    I decided some while ago it would be an S410 full length / classic. More recently i decided it would be .22 as my other PCP's are .177, also that it would be a walnut stock. The stock choice more than anything meant that i would buy new, as they just don't come up that often used (i had been looking for months).


    So today my rifle arrived at DB Guns. Some BKL mounts arrived in the post from Optics Warehouse, i took a Panorama off another rifle, and just happened to have an AA mod in the cupboard. Just put that little lot together so here are a few pics.

    The stock will get a rub of walnut oil over the weekend.
    The BKL mounts i am unsure about - it could be very easy to overtighten them on the dovetail, and the scope tube doesn't seem such a snug fit as the sportsmatch. That said, sportsmatch mounts have their drawbacks also.
    (the bracket on the scope is to connect NV screen, and IR lamp)
    Looking forward to a 30yd zero over the weekend :D

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  2. TORNADOS7

    TORNADOS7 Pro Poster

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    Lovely jubbly, excellent choice buddy... :thumb:
     
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    no country members Tooled up tool

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    lovely rifle matey! Silver scope mounts are not my cup of tea but the gun looks the dogs! :thumb:
     
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  4. mikeyhall1

    mikeyhall1 Pepe Le Pew

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    That’s seriously nice

    Congratulations buddy
     
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    TORNADOS7 Pro Poster

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    Quite fetching I thought...
     
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    Vangard Engaging Member

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    Nice rifle mate and the stocks very nice should come out good with a bit of oil. :thumb:
     
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    PumpnGun Donator

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    Congratulations Tim, excellent rifle, enjoy your zeroing :thumb:

    Ray
     
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  8. Oat

    Oat Don't believe the blah blah

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    Cheers Ray. Look forward to hearing when you have the 510 TDR :)
     
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  9. The Robin

    The Robin Super Moderator Staff Member Mod/Admin

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    Very nice, enjoy :thumb:
     
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    pjgtech He's NOT the Messiah, he's a very naughty boy.....

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    Very nice, welcome to the s410 club. :thumb: Looks like a nice set-up... :)
     
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    littleJon365 Democracy unless they disagree

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    Lovely rifles the 410’s. Nice stock and I like the contrast of the mounts :thumb:
     
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    Very nice oat :thumb:
     
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    ibo7 Post Whore

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    It's a classic:thumb:
     
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    paulairgun Keyboard Hero

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    I'd be happy with that. Very nice
     
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    Marky-Boy Just The Two + 1

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    Lovely
    Don’t get the silver mount thing
    Buy bloody lovely
     
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    mike-carter Pro Poster

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    What a lovely gun, complemented by a beautiful looking stock.
    Congratulations Oat, I really hope you enjoy every second with it.:up:
     
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    The Iceman Well-Known Member

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    Beautiful looking rifle Oat :thumb:

    Have any of you lads noticed the similarity of the Pro Sport butt end and the 410 ? ( or is it just me ? )

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    Dr B Journeyman

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    Looks lovely :thumb:

    One small point, what pellets are you using for your 30yrd zero - light ones? For a 16grn AAFD I'd strongly recommend a 27/28yrd zero. You'll be good out to 33yrds on the crosshair and hold under less at 15-20yds.. So its a more optimal zero range IMO - but things could be different for lighter pellets. :thumb: Using x6 mag the first full mil-dot down will be spot on for 40yrds. Each scope might need a slight tweak though as the mag wheels are not always 100%.
     
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  19. Jagdwaffen

    Jagdwaffen Suns up guns up

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    That's a fine looking rifle Oat.....lovely
     
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  20. Oat

    Oat Don't believe the blah blah

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    Silver mounts are marmite then.
    Just had another set arrive.... :D




    Not done any pellet testing yet but express or jumbo /aadf.
    Normally have a 30yd zero in either cal, except for comp rifle which is 20yd. Its what you get used to really as hold over becomes 2nd nature. :up:
     
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