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S400 ?

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by helicopter tail, Feb 19, 2014.

  1. helicopter tail

    helicopter tail Active Member

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    Hi guys anyone use the multi shot adapter for the s400 ? If so what do you think of it? Or shall I just save my money and get an s410 ?
     
  2. trumpetier

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    I have one on my 400....its great. In fact im off to the farm at 8 this morning with the 400. I had ummd and rrrd for ages weather to get the Rowan multi adapter ....im glad i did. so much eadier than fumbling for a pellet all the time.oh im right handed but i got the left hand indexing one....i think its easier that way.
     
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    Another thumbs up from me, They are not cheap but are a quality piece of kit! Once you have used it a few times it becomes second nature.
     
  4. mark.177

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    very easy to use and reliable. once you get used to using it can be very quick to reload. if your right handed though i would go for the right handed indexing mag as you dont want to be faffing about with both hands loading.
    the other good thing about the mag adapter is you can re load it/top it up any time. the kit should come with a tray if .177 which needs to be fitted/stuck in the loading port otherwise the pellets wont load cleanly.
    make sure you dont over tighten the holder as they are very thin around the dove tails and can split, see attached pic!. mine came second hand and broke so made my own using an old scope mount and some scrap alloy which worked just as well.
     

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  5. Truckcab79

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    Yep. One on mine also. Highly recommended and great company to deal with. Be certain what side you want it to load from as I naturally thought that being right handed I'd want a RH indexing one.  However as soon as I fitted it it felt wrong. Fortunately they were very decent and changed it for the price of postage.
     
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    There are that many deals about at the moment I would go for the s410,by the time you have bought the adapter you will have spent more than a good second hand 410 costs.Have a look at freeads there are hundreds of air guns on there,some are dreamers but you can pick up a bargain unlike most specialist sites were sellers know the max value they can ask.If you do go down this route,try to get one with a couple of mags with it,as they are £26 new.
    andy.
     
  7. cloverleaf

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    While the Rowan mag systems are well made, well thought out and arguably better than single-shot, on account of being manually indexed they're not as capable in use as the "proper" mag system on the S410 - which would be my choice, funds permitting.
     
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    I use a rowan adapter and think its great. The only downside I have found is if not indexed with the rifle horizontal the pellet can turn and without noticing then gets jammed.

    Atb james
     
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    These have to be indexed by hand ie not automatic like the ones fitted to the 410's,personaly i would stick to the single shot or get the 410 to start with.
     

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