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Richard
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2018-03-24 08:45:53  

Was wondering if anybody has the new M-10 Dominator side lever air gun from M-Rod and how there shooting and holding up , likes and dislikes etc. Thanks 

Richard Pollard ; aka tobyjoe

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Rob in NC
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2018-03-24 09:28:48  

I do not, but have read on another forum where that while the shot count is good, the regulators need some work as they are not as consistent as one would like. 

May be a case as with the SPA pistols, which I do have two of... need to do a little fiddling around and break in to get them proper. 

I looked hard at the side levers, but they fill no niche for me at the moment and so I passed on them. 

I'd venture a guess if you enjoy tinkering a bit that they would do well for you....but this is only a guess based off other SPA guns I've owned (pistol, multiple M10's, Varmint).

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Richard
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2018-03-24 12:11:24  

Thank you Rob for the reply , I also have the SPA pistols 2 in 22cal. and 1 in .177 cal.  Love them , but was kind of wondering how the  M-10 side lever would compare to the m-rod in 22cal. as the only 22cal. I have now is the RWS 54 . Been thinking about a 22 high power pcp to go along with all my other pcp rifles that are in larger cal"s. Thanks again for the info 

Richard Pollard : Way up here in Bangor Maine

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Rob in NC
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2018-03-25 09:28:47  

Yes sir, no worries.

For what it's worth, I think if I were to be looking at a single .22 PCP to add to the stable, I'd look at something that I could readily get parts for.   Of course that does depend upon how much and how well you can tinker on the guns.  If you have the SPA pistols, you are likely well versed in their quirks and such and can change out o rings and such. 

The Marauder has tons of aftermarket support and parts available and so that may be a consideration.

I do admit that I like the looks of the lever action SPA guns, but I just dont have experience with them.  I'd imagine the build quality to be on par with the regular M10 which means that unless they've upgraded their o rings, you will want to replace them or will be forced to relatively soon.

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Richard
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2018-03-25 10:12:14  

Thank you Rob : I'm going to take a hard look at both and see what I decide on in the next couple months , still winter like crazy up here in Maine so I"ve got a little time on my hands yet to decide. Thank you again my air gun friend .

Richard

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