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Umarex SA10 CO2 Air Pistol
New from Umarex, the SA10 is a BB/Pellet air pistol with one-of-a-kind features. This rugged pistol includes a full-metal slide with polymer grips and a polished gold colored barrel you can see through the cut-out slide.
What makes the SA10 really unique is its all new 3 magazine system. Choose Pellets or BBs (or a mix of each) and load the three 8rd magazines. Once you get through your mag., simply pop out the clip, switch in a new 8rd mag and keep shooting! As a result of this new system, not only are the magazines easier to load, but you get an impressive 24 shots total if you switch out all 3 mags.
Other features of the SA10 include fixed sights, and stippling around the grip for a better hold. As an added bonus, the SA10 includes a Picatinny/Weaver rail to accept a laser or flashlight configuration.
Tech Tip: You may notice this pistol comes with a 4th 8rd black polymer magazine. While you can fire ammo from the black plastic magazine, they will not shoot as fast as the metal ones. This feature is really an extra bonus mag for the shooter, but will not perform as well as the metallic mags.
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The feel,balance and action of the blow back(realism)Things I would have changed:
Adjustable sights.What others should know:
fun to shoot and many shots on one cylinder.
threadid barrel, 14 mm wahh? Come on umarex We got standerds! Oh so pretty! Co2 in the mag extra mags in the mag Ya Baby! full scale not fer the pipettes. like 4 racks ov mags 1 cinder still playin...Things I would have changed:
standerd barrel bling BLISTER PACK !!!What others should know:
its full sized
Styling and feel are great. As stated elsewhere, it's not a replica of anything specific, but I think it looks very good. I enjoy having the complete ammunition system (projectile and propellant) in the drop-out magazine. Warning text is present but discreet, which is nice. Despite what I mention in the third section below, I really do like this pistol. Since this is my first pistol I can't really vouch for the accuracy as most of the errors are probably me. For what it's worth: it will keep all the shots on a letter size paper (8.5" x 11") at 10 yards (meters) range.Things I would have changed:
Serious: (1) Slide spring and buffer length and/or placement can lead to slide jamming (see third section of comments). I am not sure whether this was just my specimen, or if it is a wide-spread issue. (2) Safety would be a little easier to operate one-handed if located farther back. Wishful thinking: I've been trying to think of ways (1) to have the sub-magazine driven by the slide instead of the trigger for a shorter trigger pull, and (2) to feed pellets in a spring follower type of magazine instead of rotary so that this could hold open on last shot. However, If the R&D teams at Umarex, Crossman, Sig, etc. haven't overcome these technical challenges yet, I doubt I will any time soon. Still, an engineer can dream ...What others should know:
If you have slide jamming problems, don't despair. Serial number 20E06409 has either tolerance stack-up trouble, or an incorrect nominal design length for certain components leading to the slide traveling too far back on a shot, essentially straying into the take-down zone, despite the take-down lever being firmly in the locked position. This allows the slide to pop up at the rear and jam, preventing it from returning forward. To fix it, I padded the rear end of the guide rod sub-assembly with thin brass plates so that the entire rod and spring assembly sat about 1/16" - 1/8" farther forward. This still allows field stripping, but in normal use it halts the slide farther forward while the retainer rails are still engaged. I recommend a single piece of brass if you can, and epoxy it in place - CA glue can fail and let the spacer shift and jam on the take-down lever. An alternative fix might have been a washer in front of the slide spring, fitting over the guide rod.
Got a question or answer?
How do I take my pistol apart to clean the pistol?
What size BB's does the black octagon 6mm? And can I use 6mm ball bearings
It shoots 4.5mm BBs.
It shoots 4.5mm BBs.
Anyone using really good pointed, domed, etc pellets? Interested in maybe some really good specific pellets anyone has had great success with in this gun and any other experiences or issues with any specific ones. Thanks!
I used the Crosman 7.9gr round nose pellets and they worked great, but PA doesn't seem to carry them any more. I changed to the 7.4gr pointed pellets and they work really well too. I had trouble shooting wadcutters because even the slightest misalignment of the rotary mag would cause a misfire. With the round/pointed ones they seem to address that misalignment automatically.
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