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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.
|Max Velocity||420 fps|
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Things I liked: It is a very solid gun. Well made. It has a nice thick, heavy magazine. Shoots very nice. Accuracy is almost spot on but I think most of the off shooting is just me. This is actually one of my top 3 favorite guns. I do own many BB/Pellet guns.
Things I would have changed: The black plastic rotary magazine should be all metal like the others. I am sure over time the plastic mag will fail.
What others should know: Buy this gun. You will not be disappointed.
Things I liked: Well, I nearly fell into the pellet gun rookie mistake. (I have twelve air pistols. Most in the $300 - $500 range. Shame on me for being impatient.) The first 50 - 80 shots were spread out haphazardly all over the 8" circumference of the target. I would shoot for the bullseye and hit the far top right or the far lower left. The gun was not just erratic, it seemed about as accurate as throwing a handful of pellets against the wall. My first thought: I got a lemon - return it. Then I remembered that break-in periods for air pistols take a few days, a few weeks, sometimes 500 - 1000 pellets. So I relaxed and shot about 200 more. Now the gun is hitting the center. Some tight groups. Others off a little. I'm using a Walther red dot, a vast improvement over the gun's natural sights. It's finally calming down, getting more accurate. My 4 star accuracy rating can change over the next few days/weeks. MY MESSAGE TO YOU: give the gun a chance to get a feel for itself. And a feel for you, too.
Things I would have changed: A small thing: when you hold the gun in your hand (which feels great by the way. You get a nice, comfortable grip on it.) the plastic grip creaks a little due to the space between the inside layer of plastic and the magazine. When I am shooting, I don't notice it. Although it is innovative design, not wild about the mag design. Takes a lot of handling to load the pellet mag and load the CO2. Pellet mags should be sold separately instead of having to buy the whole mag/CO2 sheebang. But you know. overall, it is a nice shooting gun. For me it is all about accuracy. I am a target shooter not a tin can abuser. My accuracy will improve as the gun matures and as I become more accustomed to shooting a blowback. And I am 63 - a little shakier than I used to be.
What others should know: Bottom line - take the leap if you're finding yourself constantly coming back to SA10 page. If the plastic grip was metal, the gun would weight twice as much. This SA10 will really grown on you. I am glad I bought it and stuck with it.
Things I liked: Picked this up at a local sporting good shop as it was a first gas blow back pistol & been enjoying target shooting garage! Also its cool you can break it apart to work on it & clean the parts on it!
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What is the thread size on the muzzle? Can someone at P/A measure this, please?
Got this gun a week ago, the thing doesn't cycle the 8 round rotary mags. Extremely disappointed because I called customer support only to get a answer that made no sense when I attempted to apply the directions to the gun. Am I doing something wrong? Or was this the biggest waste of money ever?
Does the SA1 trying to replicate SAI/Salient Arms International? Because it has a titanium-nitride style barrel like all of SAI's handgun's. Just curious because it's what I'm thinking and I wanna know if I am right.
|Max Velocity||420 fps|