S410f

S410f

Postby dazzler » Wed Jan 04, 2017 9:40 pm

Hello everyone,

I am thinking of adding to my air arms collection and was thinking about the s410f. Can't seem to find any reference to the F part of the name tho? Anyone help?
Also checked the users manual online and it says the full charge should be around 110 bar??? That seems quite low, given my limited knowledge of a pcp- my .177 hw100 is way more than that.

All help and advice gratefully received.

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Re: S410f

Postby Geordie » Wed Jan 04, 2017 10:58 pm

The F simply means fluted. As in the fluted cylinder cap etc. 180 bar is the ballpark figure to charge to, and top up around 100 bar, although each rifle will have its own sweet spot in the power curve. A full shot string over a chrono will tell you where its at.
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Re: S410f

Postby TenMetrePeter » Wed Jan 04, 2017 11:08 pm

The confusion is because the manuals state the "REfill pressure" is 100 to 110 bar, ie the pressure at which you need to refill to 180 bar.
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Re: S410f

Postby Mark112 » Thu Jan 05, 2017 4:51 pm

dazzler wrote:Hello everyone,

I am thinking of adding to my air arms collection and was thinking about the s410f. Can't seem to find any reference to the F part of the name tho? Anyone help?
Also checked the users manual online and it says the full charge should be around 110 bar??? That seems quite low, given my limited knowledge of a pcp- my .177 hw100 is way more than that.

All help and advice gratefully received.

Atb

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These are extracts from my .pdf version of the manual:-

'The filling pressure of the S410F is 190 bar (2755psi). Filling to a higher pressure will not increase either power or number of shots. Over filling will lower the power and may cause irreparable damage to the cylinder.'

and:-

'Although every gun is slightly different the recommended refill pressure for the S410F is between 100 and 110 bar.'

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Re: S410f

Postby dazzler » Fri Jan 06, 2017 4:59 pm

Thanks everyone...

Certainly makes more sense to me now.

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