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1-year limited warranty
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Things I liked: Can't say I like anything about it but I have to buy them because they only last a couple thousand shots,the spring arm develops metal fatigue and breaks off. Poor design by Air Arms and they have made no attempt to change it in all of the years they have made the s510 platform! OR WARRANTY them!!! NOT Pyramyd's fault!! They are a very good company!
Things I would have changed: Redesign the piece Air Arms!!!! You must know you have a problem!!!!
What others should know: I have replaced this part 4 times in the year I have had my 510s Ultimate Sporter as I shoot a lot but I would not have bought a $1500.00 rifle if I hadn't planned to!
Things I liked: Very easy to install.
Things I would have changed: The flat copper spring is prone to failure.
What others should know: Apparently this is a failure prone piece on Air Arms rifles. After about 6,000 rounds, the bent tab on the flat spring broke off rendering my gun useless. Fortunately it is a 5 minute repair. I now have a spare in my repair kit...
Things I liked: See Below
Things I would have changed: See the "anything else . . ." section below
What others should know: How much can be said about a small replacement item with no moving parts? Perhaps a few words might be of interest. Removing the old indexing post and installing the new was straight forward, a matter of removing a couple of screws. However, when I replaced the side cover and tightened the screws the cocking mechanism jammed. After a bit of troubleshooting I discovered the steel alignment pin protruded too far to the spring” side of the mechanism. This was corrected with a pin punch and a light rap with a mallet. Next, when I performed a test with the magazine installed I discovered the flat spring on the replacement indexing post was forcing the magazine out of position. A small amount of pressure on the spring was needed to bend it into the proper position. The cocking mechanism is functional now but not quite right. Shortly after cocking I can hear the spring on the indexing post moving back into its proper position. I would suggest that a person with limited mechanical e
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