Date: 23/7/2019 1:48
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Customers Q&A on Air Arms S410 TDR Classic

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  • Carl from USA asked:

    can the bolt be switched to the left side for us southpaws?

    • Stanley from USA:

      If you click on the schematics tab it shows the part numbers for the .177 #BS082 and 22 caliber # BS083 for left hand bolts. Hope this helped.

  • David from USA asked:

    It's bark when fired is a HUGH downer for me. Why no sound moderation for this rifle INCLUDED is a puzzle to me. Can any noise dampening material be added to the short cosmetic thingy on the end of the barrel?

    • Darren from USA asked:

      Anyone have experience with a SilencerCo Sparrow 22 (or similar rimfire) suppressor with sub-sonic velocities for Air Arms S410 in 0.177 or 0.22?

      • Warner369 from USA asked:

        Just HOW loud is this?

        • Stanley from USA:

          Number 5 which is considered loud.

      • Douglas from USA asked:

        do you feel that this TDR in .22 is a good small to medium varmint killer, and does the 900 fps stay within the 900 to 800 fps range while shooting 10 to 20 shots?

        • Mark from USA:

          Tom Gaylord actually shows a 40-shot string in his last review: https://www.pyramydair.com/blog/2015/10/air-arms-s410-tdr-precharged-pneumatic-pellet-rifle-part-2/

        • Tyler from USA:

          It would definitely be suitable for small game, medium depends on your definition of medium game. That said, raccoons would be about the biggest I would be comfortable with. That would include ground hog size game as well. The velocity when we tested over the first 10 shots started at 925 fps with JSB 15.89 and the 10th shot was at 894 fps. That 30 fps difference would not make a very big difference in point of impact out to 35-40 yards.

      • Rafael from USA asked:

        Shots per fill in .22?

        • Val from USA:

          10, that's what the description shows that it drops somewhat after 10th shot

      • Richard from USA asked:

        This rifle is now sold .177 caliber before only in .22 cal. FPE please for .177 caliber .22 caliber is 30,31 FPE.

        • Tyler from USA:

          The .177 should be running around 22 FPE with a heavy pellet on high power.

      • Sarosh from USA asked:

        fpe?

        • Val from USA:

          30 fpe in .22

        • Stanley from USA:

          31 ft/lbs with a 15.9 grain pellet in 22 caliber @ 900 f.p.s.

      • John from USA asked:

        Does this come with a moderator?

        • Robert from USA:

          Check DonnyFL website.

        • George Garcia from USA:

          We're can I get a silincer here in the states my broke really need one

        • Val from USA:

          no, just a muzzlebrake

      • Richard from USA asked:

        This is 12FPE rifle. How many accurate shots before point of impact drops?

        • Val from USA:

          No, this is now the 30 FPE rifle, see the specs/description, about 20 shots

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