Originally Posted by daveuk
A phone call to Air Arms will also get you a price for a full service, at the end of the day they are the ones who manufactured it.
Personally i'd get it done by someone outside AA who knows what they are doing.
The air arms regs ain't good and a service isn't tough work.
Getting the right reg set right on the RN10's / Pro Targets is where the work is at.
I have one here and it's pellet on pellet every shot.
Shoot it till it runs out of air and it will still hit the mark right up until it dumps out the remaining air on the final round.
Great guns, great design, great loading system, where you can still see the pellet, unlike probe loaders.
They just need the right reg set right.
Try saying that when you are drunk.