S410 Product Range
The S410 range comprises rifle (also known as ‘Classic’) and carbine options. Both have several stock options, a maximum power output of 12 ft. lbs. and share the same bolt action and 10-shot magazine in .177 and .22 calibres. In addition, Air Arms caters for those who prefer the precision of a single shot loader with an S400 model which is available as both a rifle and carbine and are a little lighter than the magazine rifles. The carbine is shorter by 95mm overall and 98.5mm in the barrel and delivers slightly fewer shots as a result. All take a 190-bar fill which is achieved by using a probe that attaches to a valve accessed by removing a cap at the front of the cylinder.
Though unregulated, the S410 platform has proven itself as reliable and efficient over many years. The two-stage trigger is fully adjustable and, paired with a match-grade Walther barrel, is capable of high levels of accuracy. Both the rifle and carbine variants have a manual safety catch located in the trigger blade and are renown for being quiet, especially with a moderator fitted (not standard), making them popular with hunters.
There is very little to criticise about the S410 air rifle series. Being non-regulated, the cylinder design means that shots are limited to a claimed 80 in .177 and 100 in .22 for the rifle and 60/80 for the carbine. That said, the S410 is designed to look and operate as a hunting rifle in which case the shot count is more than adequate.
Air Arms S410 Classic
Also known as the ‘Classic’, the S410 Rifle is offered with several different stock options though all measure 1020mm long with a 493.5mm barrel. At 3.3kgs, the Beech variant is the heaviest. Two Walnut options are available – a traditional stock and thumbhole stock version. Also included in the range are two ‘Superlite’ models in ‘Hunter Green’ and ‘Traditional Brown’. Although they are lighter than the Beech stock, they weigh the same as the Walnut rifles at 2.9kgs. The Superlite models are ambidextrous, however, whilst a left-handed option is available for the Walnut rifle, the Beech and Walnut Thumbhole variants are for right-handed shooters only. The S410 features a 10 shot magazine.
The S400 Rifle caters for those who prefer the precision of a single shot loader rather than a magazine. Although available in the same range of stocks, the S400 Rifle is lighter – three kgs in the Beech stock and 2.7 kgs in the others.
Air Arms S410 Carbine
As you’d expect, the S410 Carbine range is shorter than the Rifle with an overall length of 925mm with a 395mm barrel. The Beech stock is heaviest at 3.1kgs and as with the Rifle, there are two Walnut stock options which include a thumbhole variant, and two ‘Superlite’ models in ‘Hunter Green’ and ‘Traditional Brown’, all of which top the scales at 2.8kgs. Left-handed shooters are limited to either of the two Superlites thanks to their ambidextrous stocks, or ordering a left-hand traditional walnut stock. All feature a 10 shot magazine.
The S400 Carbine caters for those who prefer the precision of a single shot loader rather than a magazine. Although available in the same range of stocks, the S400 Carbine is lighter – 2.8 kgs in the Beech stock and 2.6 kgs in the others.
Air Arms S410 TDR for sale second hand
As you may be aware, the S410 TDR, or take-down rifle, is no longer available as a new product. However, it may be possible for you to pick one up from a second hand retailer or marketplace. We suggest first taking a look at the other S410 models in this guide to see if one of them would be a better fit for you. If you’re still interested in picking up a used model, please check out our ultimate guide to second hand air rifles, where we walk you through the process of buying a used air rifle and point out various things to look out for.