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Things I liked:Its all been said in previous reviews so all I'm going to say Is, this rifle Is awesome
Things I would have changed:Move the safety and make it auto
What others should know:I cronied the rifle the first day I got It using JSB jumbo's 15.89g pellets ten shot string, high 984psi low 948psi on highest power setting, I didnt bother with the lowest power level as I probably wont use It.It took me weeks to decide between this and the BSA R10 I am moor than happy with my choice. So don't waist weeks deciding ....BUY IT NOW....Nuf said
Things I liked:The fit and finish of this rifle is definitely top shelf. Accuracy out of the box it only took 6 shots to zero. Have not used a chrony yet but don't expect any unwanted surprises. Clean easy to shoot and pretty
Things I would have changed:Nothing great just the way it is
What others should know:Wait for the refurb when they come around makes a great rifle even more affordable
Things I liked:The detail work, the etching on the forward grip and trigger fascia, the subtle "AA" tattooed into the bottom stock I love. Do any of your FAC S510's have the word "Superlight" stenciled just under the FAC logo of the nameplate? I feel like I am reviewing a different air gun than you folks are writing about... if someone could comment about that I'd appreciate it. I love the balance of this near 100% alloy-structured air gun body, frame, and composite Walther barrel assembly. It is just freaky-good to me. I have never felt an air rifle quite like this one. I like the 10-shot magazine, vs. my 25-Cal Marauder's 8 shots...and I like the idea of not spring loading the thing also because this design is meant to last forever if one takes care of the magazines. The power adjustment knob is 'loose' in the mounting, so it's easy to move unfortunately, so keeping the power where you put it is problematical at best, but it's still great to *have* a power adjustment. It's quiet, subtle, precise and oh so carefully made it seems, as I can't find a metal burr or badly finished piece in the whole package. Overall there are many things to like about the Air Arms S510 FAC Superlight PCP rifle, but the best part, as it should be, is the shooting itself. My rifle has only had c. 200 rounds through it, yet it's spot on in targeting up to 75 yards, and beyond I'd assume, with repeatable, consistent firepower. If you're looking for an ultimate keeper air rifle, you can stop right here.
Things I would have changed:Put a detente' into the power adjustment portal, ie clicks, or perhaps a simple cam-lobe fitting inside the rifle would do nicely...as it is annoying a bit to see the button adjuster indicator move from very low, to medium or so after so many shots. I think that they could have done a better job there. Air Arms could also improve the trigger assembly if you like the Rekord triggers for comparison. Even my Marauder rifle's adjustments are more simple than those for the FAC Superlight, and it's also set from the factory at 1.5 factor vs 2.6 on the more expensive Air Arms gun, a much finer tuning for stock settings, and more to my liking. I have not adjusted this new trigger as yet, as it is adequate at 2.6 factor, I'd just like to see such a fine rifle set leaner for more experienced shooters, that is all. The safety could be improved also, on such an expensive PCP rifle, as having in on the trigger is a bit difficult to pull off at times...mine seems to stick a bit, and I must push *very hard* to release it. Those are the Air Arms S510 FAC Superlight's main problem areas, and they are very minor in scope considering the rest of the thing is sooooo fine!
What others should know:Careful is as careful does with the loading and pellet feeding system, as great care must be taken with the advance spring and its lever, otherwise you just may bend it. That can require a trip to the gun shop, ie bending the post or ruining the spring etc, so be especially nice to the pellet loading and magazine placement, in and out! I also recommend leaving the bolt engaged for any cleaning, if you don't already do such a thing anyway, as you may strip the O-Ring inside the firing chamber, pop it out entirely, tear it, abuse it in many possible ways...so keep the cleaning rods/brushes/mops/cloths (if you use them vs. a snake) out of the chamber and away from the O-Ring. Overall, simply remember what you've bought at every occasion, and treat it right as rain, and I think that it's possible to have a nice love affair with this princess of an air gun.
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