Hatsan 95 Air Rifle Combo, Walnut Stock

Hatsan 95 Air Rifle Combo, Walnut Stock Air rifle
Review entered on 2013-12-27 16:39:16

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By scott from USA on 2013-12-27
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5.02 ratings

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Things I liked: This arrived in 2 days! Awesome,How does that happen? I searched the internet and talked with many about which rifle to get to help with chipmunks and squirrels at my home in town. I had thought I would get a Gammo Whisper (friend has one) but I ended up deciding on the Hatsan mainly based on the reviews and the price. I have no regrets and will definatly purchase another if needed. The packaging was normal to good with plenty of protection. Upon first inspection, this rifle has a solid feel, and very nice appearance. This certainly does not look or feel like a pellet rifle. I shot 40 rounds with the open sights and then mounted the scope and within 20 rounds had an accurate 2" group at 40 yards. I have used this every weekend since I purchased, it is a blast and accurate. I now can put them in a 1" bullseye nearly every time. It has plenty of power for in town varmint. I have reduced and possibly eliminated the red squirrel population. If you want a simple solid accuate shooting air rifle, look at the Hatsan, you will have no regrets!!!

Things I would have changed: Nothing, the only complaint I read online was the scope quality, I feel it is very adequate for in town varmint and mine has not come loose at most described.

What others should know: Having the best luck with Beaman Crow Magnum, the crossman hp did not seem to have the accuracy and penetration

Beeman Crow Magnum .177 Cal, 8.80 Grains, Hollowpoint, 300ct

Beeman Crow Magnum .177 Cal, 8.80 Grains, Hollowpoint, 300ct
Review entered on 2013-12-27 16:43:46

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By scott from USA on 2013-12-27
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5.01 rating

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Things I liked: I compared these to Crossman Premier with my new Hatsan 95. They performed noticably better. They appear to maintain accuracy and offer a better penetration. I am using a target at about 15 yards and they are within the 1" group and stacking several times. I do not have years of shooting experience but certainly feel the beaman are more accurate. They also prove to have better stopping power/damage than the Crossman on red squirrels.

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