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|Max Velocity||920 fps|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
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Things I liked: 2 years ago I bought this rifle for my wife to get her involved in the sport and I love this rifle. We routinely shoot 40 yard competitions against each other for fun. For comparison, I shoot either my Air Force Talon or Air Arms T200 in our competitions. These are both fine rifles however I routinely sit there during our competitions in amazement as she continues to stack pellet on top of pellet. This especially makes me mad as I have been in the military for 17 years and am a pretty damn good marksman. The best I can describe this rifle is a combination of my AA TX200 and my Talon. It's not as powerful as the Talon, but close enough and has the wonderful trigger pull and ergonomics of my TX. There have been multiple times at 40 yards where I called B.S. and walked down range to find indeed the pellet went through the same damn hole. This is an expensive rifle however you get what you pay for. The glossy isn't my style and I would much prefer the walnut however regardless of color of stock this is an amazing firearm and wonderful piece of engineering. BTW, get a good scope. I have a HAWKE night eye 4X16X50 mounted on it and it is absolutly deadly. Forgot to say ours is a .22. I've put it through the crony and it is very consistant. Don't remember the numbers but far closer than my Talon. BTW if you like springers, I would say all the same for the TX200. Being a springer the TX is harder to get the hang of and not as powerful but still a wonderful gun.
Things I would have changed: Nothing
What others should know: The air tank is small. It does run out of air quickly. 25 or so good shots however it is very easy to charge. I just use a Hill hand pump. I HATE having to charge my Talon with that thing however pumping this gun back up is no big deal.
Things I liked: This is a beautiful sporting airgun. The finishes are excellent. The 15.5" barrel provided excellent power and efficiency in a carbine sized rifle. Powerful and accurate like you want a quality PCP to be. The trigger is as good as other high end rifles. Large air tank provides 40 high powered shots. Shrouded barrel and multi-shot magazine complete the package.
Things I would have changed: The adjustable power feature is really either high power or low power. It would be nice for the knob to click into place for repeatablilty. Low power is a bit low, mine does 500fps in 22 on low, I would prefer 600fps. It makes what I would call medium noise on high power, still neighborhood friendly though. Remember this is a lot of power from a smaller airgun, it's gonna make some noise. The noise is similar to many unshrouded CO2 rifles. Its very quiet on low power tho.
What others should know: Gorgeous gun, you may be reluctant to take it into the field! 900fps and 30fpe in 22cal is big gun performance in a handy carbine sized rifle. Every bit the equal to pricier PCP's I have had from England and Sweden. You will want to show-off the S510 carbine to your friends. Robust and well built.
Things I liked: Very high quality. Beautiful craftmanship. The machine work is top notch. I especially liked the pellet cartridge. Its hard to see how well this gun is finished until you hold one in person. Not pellet picky. I have run several brands and types of .25 pellets through the gun and have found very little difference in accuracy. Very light weight.
Things I would have changed: Nothing really. I would think that offering an open sight version would be attractive to some buyers.
What others should know: Its well worth the money! I don't think anyone could ask for a better gun.
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Air Arms S510 Xtra FAC Sidelever PCP Carbine with 1/8" BSPP connector (2M)
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|Max Velocity||920 fps|
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