Air Arms Galahad Carbine Walnut FAC

By: Air Arms

The Galahad is a bull pup based rifle that contains the same power plant and magazine system as the S410/S510 range. Designed with a unique, forward mounted cocking lever placed at the centre of the action, it’s easier than ever to cock the rifle. The forward motion cocking, encourages the shooter to stay on target, reduces body movement and helps maintain stealth.

The Galahad’s stock has a multi axis adjustable butt pad fitted as standard. The pad can be pivoted left or right and can move up and down. To increase the length of pull, spacers can be fitted between pad and stock and there’s a short rail under the fore-end to mount accessories.

Air Arms newest rifle offers the option of having either a picatinny or dovetail scope rail fitted. The centre of gravity is just to the rear of the pistol grip, which allows the short action to be held with extreme stability.

The Galahad is fully ambidextrous and includes the ability to transfer the cocking arm from the left or right hand side with extreme ease. The Galahad has a black, soft touch cheek piece and the unique pistol grip shape provides shooters with additional resting options during a compact shooting stance.

Air Arms, for the first time, are offering this sporting rifle in both regulated and non-regulated versions. As well as with either a Picatinny rail or Weaver rail.

Calibre:.177 & .22
Stock Options:Ambidextrous multi-adjustable match stock
Overall Length:698mm
Barrel Length:395mm
Weight:3.6kg
Power:20ftlbs
Shot Count:Regulated - 110, Non-Regulated - 80
Sights:None. Picatinny or Weaver rail
Safety:Manual
Trigger:Two stage adjustable weight & length
Loading:10 shot magazine
Silencer:Available extra
£ 1244.99

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In keeping with the UK's firearm law no gun can be sold without a firearms certificate with the available slot for the gun in question. This can be either at The Dorset Gun Company (UK) Ltd or the gun can be transferred to your preferred Registered Firearms Dealer (RFD). Upon payment the gun will be sent via 24 hours secure delivery to the RFD, who can then put the gun on your firearms certificate. RFD transfer fee is £25, which will be added to the total of your bill when ordering the gun.


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