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Ive had my Air Arms 177 S410 for about 2yrs and it hasnt been out for the last six months but i have got some more land so will be out with it again and thinkiing about giving her a once over / Service but what is this Air Arms Anti Tamper ? Does that mean i cant service it or mean i cant increase/decrease power?

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Do a google search mate,you will find out how the AT can "fall off".Depending on the age of the gun it may not even have it fitted.It is not illegal to remove it or own a gun without it fitted and as your gun is out of warranty it wont effect that either.

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If your 410 was purchased new two years ago then it should have anti tamper. on the right side of the action in line with the transfer port you will see a shiny shear off bolt plus removing the stock and looking at the underside you should see alloy blanking discs covering the screws holding the action to the barrel assembly. the discs are easily drilled out but the transfer port shear bolt needs removing by someone with a good workshop.

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If your 410 was purchased new two years ago then it should have anti tamper. on the right side of the action in line with the transfer port you will see a shiny shear off bolt plus removing the stock and looking at the underside you should see alloy blanking discs covering the screws holding the action to the barrel assembly. the discs are easily drilled out but the transfer port shear bolt needs removing by someone with a good workshop.

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easily removed with a spring loaded centre punch and a rounded pin and tap it out ,even better if you've got an old dart .Take it steady as you will damage the appearance of the outside rim . Be sure to replace the old shear bolt with a machine bolt as to keep out grit and moisture :thumbs:

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Why do AA put the anti-tamper on it if everyone recommends tampering with it? :hmm:

:laugh: it's just like the urge you get to touch when you see a wet paint sign. Nobody really knows why. You just got to do it.

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Why do AA put the anti-tamper on it if everyone recommends tampering with it? :hmm:

I think it was to pacify the governing body that makes such decisions. You don't gain a lot by turning just the screw other things need to be done aswell to make a significant difference but that's not for an open forum. I don't see why I should have to send my aa away to be serviced when it can be done at home (normally by porno-chops) :laugh:

I don't know why the blanking disks on the underside of the action is supposed to prevent you doing , maybe again (servicing youself) ?

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yes that is the AT,and yes this means you cant service it,or decrease/increase the power.

 

 

your AAS410 should be fine to use :thumbs:

a PCP will probably need a service about 3/4 years,depending on the shelf life of the O rings,which will be around 3/4 years ?

 

 

put your rifle over a chronograph,this will show if it needs any thing doing to it.

 

if it aint broke,don't fix it :thumbs:

 

accuracy over power any day of the week :thumbs:

 

if your thinking of increasing the power?

 

then watch your groups open up,as the internals are not designed for over sub12ft/lbs.

and you could potentially f**k up your pride and joy.

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Brilliant thank you for help gents it greatly appreciated! Not looking to put power up but want it perrrrrfect running hopefully 11/11.4 at max. Davey indeed if it ain't. Broke don't fix it and completely agree accuracy over power. Big and many thanks to pil ( Steve ) had a good chat and great advice!

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Brilliant thank you for help gents it greatly appreciated! Not looking to put power up but want it perrrrrfect running hopefully 11/11.4 at max. Davey indeed if it ain't. Broke don't fix it and completely agree accuracy over power. Big and many thanks to pil ( Steve ) had a good chat and great advice!

good to speak to you too mate :thumbs:

Like i said on the phone if you go on you tube type in davyt63, there you will find all sorts of helpful vids :thumbs:

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PIL gave me some advice on my gun last year. :laugh:

 

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:clapper: :clapper: :clapper: laughed out loud

Just goes to show , you can have all the power in the world but it won't do you any good if you can't shoot straight :laugh: :laugh: see you later mate :thumbs:

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