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Air Arms S400 MPR Precision, Poplar Stock

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PY-2171-4381

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  • Description
  • Specifications
  • Customer reviews
  • Q & A: 3 answered questions
  • PCP Hookup
  • S400 MPR Precision 10-meter target rifle
  • Precharged pneumatic (PCP)
  • Single-shot
  • Bolt-action (not adjustable from RH side of gun)
  • 7 joules (5.15 ft-lbs.)
  • Highly adjustable match trigger (first-stage length, second-stage pull, move up/down, forward/back)
  • 11mm dovetail
  • Adjustable cheekpiece
  • Adjustable buttpad
  • 12-groove, nickel-plated Lothar Walther barrel
  • Globe front sight accepts inserts
  • Fully adjustable rear diopter sight
  • Removable reservoir with built-in gauge (manometer)
  • Lightweight, ambidextrous poplar stock

To fill the gun, unscrew the air reservoir and attach it to the 200-bar DIN hole of a scuba tank or hand pump. The end of the reservoir has a manometer (air pressure gauge), so you'll always know how much air is left in the tank. The correct air pressure for the MPR is 200 bar (2,900 psi).

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Caliber0.177" (4.5mm)
Max Velocity540 fps
Loudness2-Low-Medium
Barrel Length19.25"
Overall Length41.75"
Shot Capacity1
BarrelRifled
Front SightGlobe with Aperture Inserts
Rear SightDiopter/micrometer adjustable
Scopeable11mm dovetail
TriggerFive-way adjustable match
ButtplateAdjustable
Suggested forCompetition
ActionBolt-action
SafetyNone
PowerplantPre-charged pneumatic
FunctionSingle-shot
Max Shots per Fill120
Body TypeRifle
Weight6.8 lbs
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By William from USA on 2016-03-09
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Things I liked: It is very accurate in my opinion, but I have never shot anything more expensive than this rifle. For testing I bench rest from a standing position because I have to shoot from my basement up half a flight of stairs into the garage to get a 10 meter distance. The pellet trap in the garage is at eye level. This makes my shooting from a rest at about a 5 foot height not as steady as I would like. However, if I am real careful, I can normally get groups of 0.035 to 0.050 CtC with a UTG scope at 12X and R-10 pistol pellets. With a real Gamo aperture sight I get groups of 0.036 to 0.077, not being really careful with the biggest ones. It might also be my 70 YO eyes with aperture sights. The workmanship on the rifle is excellent, except as noted next. I also really like the trigger and the trigger adjustability on this rifle. I thought my Marauder was good until I shot this rifle.

Things I would have changed: QC at Air Arms seems to be somewhat lacking. Shortly after I unpacked the rifle, I noticed cracks in the varnish/lacquer starting at the stippling and going back about an inch. I wrote an email to PA over a week ago and have not gotten a response. I then sent another email yesterday with close up photos attached and are waiting for a response. After I sent the latest email, I examined the cracks more closely and discovered that they also go into the stippling and seem to be into the wood and not only the finish coat. If this were a $300 rifle then I would not be concerned with the small cracks, but a $1000 rifle should not be shipped this way.

What others should know: If you order one of these, expect very good to excellent accuracy, but examine the woodwork very carefully, as from mine and a couple of other reviews, it seems that the Air Arms workmanship and QC on the stock can be hit or miss. The velocity is somewhat less than shown in the specifications. Using 7.0 gr R-10 pistol pellets, it averages 535 fps at 170 BAR, dropping to 524 fps at 150 BAR and 506 fps at 130 BAR. At 135 BAR the POI at 10m has dropped about 0.030 inch from what it is at 170 BAR. At 110 BAR the velocity averages 488 fps. I kept track of the number of shots the first time I shot it and I got 105 shots from 170 BAR down to 130 BAR. AT 110 BAR I had gotten 140 shots. I used a magnifier to try to get an accurate pressure reading on the small reservoir gauge.

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By Mark from USA on 2016-01-23
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Things I liked: 1) Metal work is well executed, without any objectionable tool marks. 2) Polishing and bluing (actually a blackening) is uniform and dark under strong light. 3) Stock work is clean and well executed save for one problem (see below). 4) Trigger has a smooth second stage and the break is crisp and repeatable. Out-of-box my trigger broke at around 19 Oz. on my very old RCBS spring scale. After 300 rounds it breaks at 16-16.5 OZ. 5) Fully charging to 200 Bar and following the recommended recharge at 100 Bar I am getting about 150 rounds. You'll get 2 full practice sessions between charges. Given the small size of the cylinder (~100 cc) this rifle is easy to run with a pump. 6) The stock and trigger have plenty of adjustability.

Things I would have changed: 1) There is obvious tool chatter and grain tear out in the corners of the 6 cutouts at the air cylinder channel. I would not consider this to be normal on a $1000 rifle. One of the stock makers missed a step. 2) The aperture insert pre-installed in the front sight was badly bent. The sight's ears were too big for the slots in the sight tunnel and when the factory tightened the retainer the aperture was bent. None of my other inserts (from Anschutz) would fit either. A few carefully strokes on the sight tunnel slots with a needle file fixed that. I was able to flatten the bent insert with the help of a bench vise and a small brass hammer. 3) The bolt handle is too lightly constructed for my tastes and seems out of place in comparison to the rest of the rifle's build. I have noticed that if I retract the bolt too slowly the action will sometimes not cock- the lock work seems to need a little bolt speed. 4) Supplied front sight riser is flimsy plastic- should be steel.

What others should know: 1) The length of pull is quite short out-of-box, probably too short for most adult men. You will need to buy or make spacers to suit your needs. I added the optional adjustable metal butt plate to mine and have been happy with it. 2) If you use a sling you will need the optional rail insert (Harris HBA-ANS).

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By Mark from USA on 2015-12-25
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Things I liked: 1) Metal work is well executed, without any objectionable toolmarks. 2) Polishing and bluing (actual a blackening) is uniform and dark under strong light. 3) The vast majority of the stock work is clean and well executed save for one problem (see below). 4) Trigger has a smooth second stage and the break is crisp and repeatable. Out-of-box my trigger broke at around 19 Oz. on my very old RCBS spring scale. After 300 rounds it breaks at 16-16.5 OZ. 5) Fully charging to 200 Bar and following the recommended recharge at 100 Bar I am getting about 150 rounds. You'll get 2 full practice sessions between charges. Given the small size of the cylinder (~100 cc) this rifle is easy to run with a pump. 6) The stock and trigger have plenty of adjustability. 7) Accuracy is excellent. My best 5 shot group to date has been 0.225" O.A.L with the 8.2 gr RWS Meisterkugeln pellets (prone, @ 10 meters, stock Gamo style rear sight and 3.0MM front insert.) The rifle is capable of better.

Things I would have changed: 1) There is obvious tool chatter and grain tear out in the corners of the 6 cutouts at the air cylinder channel. I would not consider this to be normal on a $1000 rifle. 2) The aperture insert pre-installed in the front sight was badly bent. The sight's ears were too big for the slots in the sight tunnel and when the factory tightened the retainer the aperture was bent. None of my other inserts (from Anschutz) would fit either. A few carefully strokes on the sight tunnel slots with a needle file fixed that. I was able to flatten the bent insert with the help of a bench vise and a small brass hammer. 3) The bolt handle is too lightly constructed for my tastes and seems out of place in comparison to the rest of the rifle's build. I have noticed that if I retract the bolt too slowly the action will sometimes not cock- the lock work seems to need a little bolt speed. 4) The supplied front sight riser is flimsy plastic. Spend $5 and give the rifle the steel riser it deserves.

What others should know: 1) The length of pull is quite short out-of-box, probably too short for most adult men. You will need to buy or make spacers to suit your needs. I added the optional adjustable metal butt plate to mine and have been happy with it. 2) If you use a sling you will need the optional rail insert (Harris HBA-ANS). For what its worth, the Daisy sling from my 953 fit just fine. 3) I had Pyramid test my rifle. Their tested velocities were from 473-507 FPS with the 7 gr RWS Diablo Basic. My first generation Shooting Chrony is showing 450-481 with 8.2 gr Meisterkugeln pellets at the 150 Bar point on the rifle's pressure gauge. This is my first PCP rifle, so I am not sure how good the 31 FPS ES is. 4) The air shroud is quite long making cleaning a bit more difficult. You will need a high quality one piece rod or better yet a pull through inserted from the breach. The shroud can be removed by loosening a single set screw but I don't like doing this as it disturbs my sight adjustments

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  • William from USA asked:

    Does adjusting the power using the air flow/power adjustment screw on the right side affect the warranty? The adjustment would be small, about 30 fps.

    • William from USA asked:

      Does this rifle come pressurized from the factory? Mine arrived pressurized to 165 BAR.

      • William from USA asked:

        What is the warranty? Above the price it says Lifetime limited warranty, but the manual says 1 year warranty.

        • Val from USA:

          It's Limited Lifetime. Manual has not been updated yet.

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      Ambidextrous poplar stock, 10-meter PCP rifle
      7 joules (5.15 ft-lbs)
      Caliber0.177" (4.5mm)
      Max Velocity540 fps
      StockPoplar
      GripAmbi

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