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    So I've decided to listen to the advice and get rid of the Benjamin. I have a look at the 5.5mm s510 and I quite dig it, but it's not cheep. Is the general consensus that it's worth it or should I go a different way? Maybe take a visit to Airvolution and see what happens? Open to suggestions...
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    There ar better options that may come along, be patient
    s510 Air Arms are big rifles with small shot count
    depends on what you want to do with it
    got to the stage where I look for nimble quick manourverable rifles
    with big shot counts
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    Dogtrix, what would you suggest, then? What are you using, if I may ask?
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    I have 3 crickets 1 colibri 1 Theoben 1 FX Royale
    the crickets and Theoben are great but for versatility and quick change of the bottle and side lever cocking the FX Royale is a great all rounder
    But my Colibri is in a class of its own

    available now that would compare at a fair price would be the RTI Priest
    and an FX Streamline as a standard rifle format light and very accurate
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    I have the Daystate Pulsar in 5.5mm. Short, versatile and unbelievably accurate. Most accurate gun I own.
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    I agree with Dogtrix, I also was deciding between the Streamline and S510. I got the Streamline, shoulders and fits nicely for me. its regulated (S510 is not), higher shot count, 3 precise adjustable power settings, really light (I have the synthetic version). Depending on your budget and requirements, the RTI Priest is great and you can also look a the Brocock Compatto a nice balance between a bullpup and rifle, its also reasonably priced.
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    I have both the streamline and priest .
    Both accurate
    My go to would be the priest .
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    I have a Air arms s410 for sale that has been tuned, gets about 50 shots and is nice and compact. Send me a pm if you are interested.
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