1-year limited warranty
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Things I liked: Very easy to install.
Things I would have changed: The flat copper spring is prone to failure.
What others should know: Apparently this is a failure prone piece on Air Arms rifles. After about 6,000 rounds, the bent tab on the flat spring broke off rendering my gun useless. Fortunately it is a 5 minute repair. I now have a spare in my repair kit...
Things I liked: See Below
Things I would have changed: See the "anything else . . ." section below
What others should know: How much can be said about a small replacement item with no moving parts? Perhaps a few words might be of interest. Removing the old indexing post and installing the new was straight forward, a matter of removing a couple of screws. However, when I replaced the side cover and tightened the screws the cocking mechanism jammed. After a bit of troubleshooting I discovered the steel alignment pin protruded too far to the spring” side of the mechanism. This was corrected with a pin punch and a light rap with a mallet. Next, when I performed a test with the magazine installed I discovered the flat spring on the replacement indexing post was forcing the magazine out of position. A small amount of pressure on the spring was needed to bend it into the proper position. The cocking mechanism is functional now but not quite right. Shortly after cocking I can hear the spring on the indexing post moving back into its proper position. I would suggest that a person with limited mechanical e
Things I liked: It fit the gun for the most part. This is a factory replacement part, what is there to rate!?? Sometimes these automatic forms do not apply.
Things I would have changed: Nothing
What others should know: I bought this for my AA S410 FAC. It did not fit. The pins at the bottom were too wide and when assembled, the indexing lever would not move. I compared it to the old one and found the pin was prouder than the old one. I ground the pin to the correct height and then it worked with no issues.
How difficult is it to replace the Air Arms Indexing Post.