Mark Wall, the winner of the 2010 World Hunter Field Target Championship, shoots his Air Arms MPR Field Target Rifle with custom stock.
Mark Wall, the winner of the 2010 World Hunter Field Target Championship, with his Air Arms MPR Field Target Rifle with custom stock.
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|Max Velocity||800 fps|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/target practice|
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Things I liked: Light weight, Looks, Accuracy. Alot of shots per fill. I bought this rifle used and wonder why it was returned. I will be making my own knee rest as i have some poplar blocks in my wood shop.
Things I would have changed: none
What others should know: This is a beautiful gun. Light weight and very capable of winning field target competitions. Alot of fun to shoot.
Things I liked: I bought this gun to shoot benchrest competition. It is about one-half to one-third the cost of other guns that are competitive in the Light Varmint class (12 fpe) for WRABF/USARB benchrest, shooting at 25 meters outdoors and 25 yards indoors.
Things I would have changed: The Air Arms T-Bar fill valve sucks, especially when it is cold. Getting the fitting on and off the gun is a real PITA. I have ordered a kit from Best Fittings Ltd, in England, to change the valve to a foster quick detach type. I am pretty tall, so the stock length of pull is way too short for me for position shooting, but not so much of a problem for shooting from benchrests. I would need to get some sort of after market extender to shoot Field Target with it.
What others should know: The gun is a little "pellet picky", at least for hitting a 10 ring that is less than half the diameter of a .177 pellet. It doesn't seem to group any wadcutters very well(of which I have 10'000). I have found that several Air Arms, or the pretty much identical JSB Exact, domed pellets, seem to shoot well. With a little patience, the trigger can be adjusted down to practically nothing, which is great for BR, but possibly not so much for FT. Overall, I am quite pleased with the gun and think it is a great value for the money.
Things I liked: I love this rifle! I have a 3-12-44 accushot scope mounted, if you miss it's your fault. very nice trigger.
Things I would have changed: nothing
How loud is this air rifle? It is not shrouded.
Several air gun owners on air gun forums have stated that this air rifle without a shroud is very loud.
It's listed at 2-low-med, which is fiarly quiet
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Air Arms S400 MPR FT, Poplar Stock with 1/8" BSPP connector (2M)
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|Max Velocity||800 fps|
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