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April 1, 2019

Air Arms S510 XS Ultimate Sporter - Spending time on the bench! Available at www.AirgunProShop.co m

The Air Arms S510 XS Ultimate Sporter is an exquisite airgun no doubt. But how do you get the most out of a gun like this? That’s what this series is all about. We’ll take things step by step to find the best possible combination for accuracy, range, and performance. We’ll look at things from a target shooting perspective as well as from a hunting perspective. This is going to be a lot of fun and I can wait to get out and do some more shooting with my S510 XS Ultimate Sporter.
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4 Comments on "Air Arms S510 XS Ultimate Sporter - Spending time on the bench! Available at www.AirgunProShop.co m":

john harvey Tuesday, April 2nd, 2019
I watch a lot of guys shoot airguns and your channel was probably the first one that I picked up. You've given me a lot of great information over the past 12 years.I see a lot of people that have horrible technique. Especially at the bench. I see a lot of people using the bench as their support system....they forget when it comes to shooting it's you and the rifle. The bench and your bags or bipod are only there to help you support.I can't stress enough how important it is to get your trigger finger arm off of the table. If your elbow is on that bench rest... You are throwing your shot. that elbow should be tucked into your side as close as you can get it to your body so your trigger pull is completely linear to your body and the rifle. If you are leaning into your shooting table and your elbow is all cocked out resting on top of the table.... You're not going to have a linear trigger pull. Breathing is number one in my book. Slow everything down and watch how the rifle reacts through the reticle of your scope as you breathe. You should see nothing but elevation shift as you breathe in and out.I like to hold my breath for a second on my exhale... Just squeeze the trigger and then finish exhaling and finish the trigger pull. I do not release the trigger until I begin to inhale again.It takes a lot of practice to do this. I guess you have to be dedicated to being a good shot. My first rifle was a 7 mm Magnum... So you want to talk about a hard learning curve.The basics still apply.Don't get too comfortable just because you have a PCP. I only use mine for hunting. When I'm practicing I use a break barrel. If you can be accurate with a magnum Springer you can shoot anything.You have to remember the basics.... No matter what your shooting.One day you might have to take a shot completely free hand...
kainen mattison Tuesday, April 2nd, 2019
Why would someone pay the same price for a 75 yd gun when fx can get the same group at 125. Im a break barrel guy. Id never have one either way. Just curious.
Gerald Williams Tuesday, April 2nd, 2019
that's probably the best looking synthetic stock on the market...nice gun
Giovanni m Monday, April 1st, 2019
Rick that was some good info. That's what I like, like the old days. 👍🙋‍♂️
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