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    Air Arms S510 Xtra FAC Sidelever PCP Carbine reviews - page 1

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    Overall rating:5

    Value for money:4

    Accuracy:5

    By Clay from USA on 2010-11-20 09:48:42

    Things I liked:The stock shape is fantastic. One of the most comfortable guns I own. The accuracy great. The weight and pointability (not really a word) is perfect for the field. Fit and finish are as good as it gets.
    Things I would have changed:The mags can be sticky to load. Some pellets(jsb 16's) load great and some need a push in. The o ring that holds them does it without mangling the skirts and with the receiver indexing, there is no spring tension to harm the pellets either.
    What others should know:Kind of loud. I also have a Mrod so I am spoiled. I get 20 good shots on high power for about 27fpe at 200bar. This is a carbine so I am not complaining about that. If you need a compact rifle this is the one you want. I sprung for the walnut and it's fantastic. I can't say enough good about this rifle. Thanks PA and AA!
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    Overall rating:3

    Value for money:3

    Accuracy:2

    By Randy from USA on 2014-01-28 09:29:33

    Things I liked:I have to admit I love this gun, ease of loading pellet, fit and finish, and side lever action. At the moment it likes AA 16 gram and JSB 18 gram pellets but that could change when I add a regulator and detune.
    Things I would have changed:Better quality control from AA. The hammer spring is very stiff and has a lot of preload on it. A softer shorter spring would extend shot count with minor impact of velocity, just my opinion and I am by no means an expert.
    What others should know:1st I bought a refurb (most likely I got csmgunner's). 160 fps spread over 20 shots, with 60 fps spikes, worked with PA and found that the hammer was sticking on the hammer slide, fixed. POI changed every 5 shots. Took shroud off and found 3 baffles missing and the barrel/shroud support was also missing, parts ordered. I have started to detune the gun and make preps for adding a regulator. This is a 15 shot gun by AA tech info, I should be able to get 30-35 shots out of it regulated down to 875-850 fps with 16 gram pellets. Despite the hardships I wasn't going to return the gun because I was going to regulate from the start. Learned a lot from this gun already and I'm sure I'll learn a lot more. When I'm gone this should shot on par with my buddies Daystate for a whole lot less. Once the barrel get stabilized I should see close to 1/2 groups at 50 yards from sand bags.
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    • Overall rating:3 3.0

      Value for money:3 3.0

      Accuracy:2 2.0

        By Randy from USA on 2014-01-28
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      Things I liked:I have to admit I love this gun, ease of loading pellet, fit and finish, and side lever action. At the moment it likes AA 16 gram and JSB 18 gram pellets but that could change when I add a regulator and detune.
      Things I would have changed:Better quality control from AA. The hammer spring is very stiff and has a lot of preload on it. A softer shorter spring would extend shot count with minor impact of velocity, just my opinion and I am by no means an expert.
      What others should know:1st I bought a refurb (most likely I got csmgunner's). 160 fps spread over 20 shots, with 60 fps spikes, worked with PA and found that the hammer was sticking on the hammer slide, fixed. POI changed every 5 shots. Took shroud off and found 3 baffles missing and the barrel/shroud support was also missing, parts ordered. I have started to detune the gun and make preps for adding a regulator. This is a 15 shot gun by AA tech info, I should be able to get 30-35 shots out of it regulated down to 875-850 fps with 16 gram pellets. Despite the hardships I wasn't going to return the gun because I was going to regulate from the start. Learned a lot from this gun already and I'm sure I'll learn a lot more. When I'm gone this should shot on par with my buddies Daystate for a whole lot less. Once the barrel get stabilized I should see close to 1/2 groups at 50 yards from sand bags.
    • Overall rating:3 3.0

      Value for money:3 3.0

      Accuracy:2 2.0

        By scmgunner from USA on 2013-11-06
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      Things I liked:Complete fit and finish of this gun was truely a work of art. Well balanced,smooth and powerful.
      Things I would have changed:Accuracy wasn't as consistent as I had hoped .
      What others should know:Maybe my shooting style just isn't a match for this rifle. This was my first pcp and despite its beauty I was very disappointed with its accuracy, I was expecting something a lot more consistent. POI changed almost every 5-7 shots. Like I previously stated this was my first pcp so maybe this is to be expected. All I can say is at 40-50yrds I'm shooting dime size with my rws48 and slightly less than that with my hw97 on a fairly consistent basis. I did not have those results with the AA510. Just not the gun for me, I'll stick to my hassle free springers.
    • Overall rating:5 5.0

      Value for money:5 5.0

      Accuracy:5 5.0

        By Juan from USA on 2012-01-21
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      Things I liked:Beautiful finish, metal and wood..!!, Veeeeeeeery light..!, The variable power knob is a great feature..!, great value, maybe the best 4 your $$..!
      Things I would have changed:Should have gotten the normal reservoir 242cc. for more shot count.
      What others should know:AA guns are really top quality, great value in high end gun class, the beech stock is very soft, easy to dent, but very nice looking..! Get it, you'll never regret it..!!
    • Overall rating:5 5.0

      Value for money:4 4.0

      Accuracy:5 5.0

        By Clay from USA on 2010-11-20
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      Things I liked:The stock shape is fantastic. One of the most comfortable guns I own. The accuracy great. The weight and pointability (not really a word) is perfect for the field. Fit and finish are as good as it gets.
      Things I would have changed:The mags can be sticky to load. Some pellets(jsb 16's) load great and some need a push in. The o ring that holds them does it without mangling the skirts and with the receiver indexing, there is no spring tension to harm the pellets either.
      What others should know:Kind of loud. I also have a Mrod so I am spoiled. I get 20 good shots on high power for about 27fpe at 200bar. This is a carbine so I am not complaining about that. If you need a compact rifle this is the one you want. I sprung for the walnut and it's fantastic. I can't say enough good about this rifle. Thanks PA and AA!
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