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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful:
By Thom from USA on 2012-11-19 13:28:54Things I liked:I knew I'd be impressed...but WOW! I love this gun!!! Crazy power and accuracy! I bought mine in .25 and love the impact power! It's not as hard to cock as "they" say (or I expected), but you'll know your cocking a magnum air rifle for sure. I've only had a few other pellet guns (Gamo Whisper .177, RWS 48 side lever .177, and a couple of older randoms) but i can say that this is by far the finest and most fun air rifle I've owned yet! The finish, the trigger, & the adjustability is unmatched. It's not loud, totally back yard friendly...but when it hits its target it sounds like two 2x4's smacking together! I have a few acres and use it for varmint hunting, & to say it works well is an understatement! I thought the bipod would be worthless but for zeroing and bench shooting its not bad. I didn't think I was going to use the sling either but the gun is almost 10 lbs with a good scope & it's kinda nice to be able to give your arms a break on a long hike. I'm still experimenting with ammo and distance, definitely going to want a mil dot scope (.25 drops sooner than i expected compared to a .177 but that should be assumed) I got mine with the NPSS so i cant compare it to one with a spring, but it doesn't matter to me, I'm stoked with the way it is! If you're looking for a hard hitting comfortable magnum air gun, look no further, just gotta choose camo or black.
Things I would have changed:Scope sucks! BUT it works adequately until you upgrade. Anything closer than about 10-15 meters is blurry (no AO adjustment), further out though is pretty decent.
What others should know:BUY A SCOPE WITH THIS RIFLE! I didn't do so, but i quickly pirated one off another gun.
0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
By Cyril from USA on 2014-01-21 13:27:50Things I liked:I bought the .25 caliber Hatsan 125. It is accurate, powerful, quiet, and very easy to cock. However, my particular gun had some quality control issues.
Things I would have changed:The rails for both the open sights and the scope rails were "off center" = a horrible thing to start with. I had to adjust the open sights windage all the way to the right == which left me no room for "real" windage correction. The scope rail/base was also off the mark and shooting way to the left = a horrible thing to happen. We lose scope accuracy when we have to adjust the scope too much to the right. No allen wrench was provided for the trigger adjustments, and it takes a weird size. I will have to go the Hardware store and try to find an allen wrench that fits it.
What others should know:I should have sent the gun back to pyramid. The barrel/ methods of attaching the sights and scope are "cattywampus". The barrel is also too big in diameter. The JSBs and most other pellets just slop into the hole. They will fall out if you are not careful. Guess why I am going to keep the gun? I will keep the lousy gun with the lousy quality control of barrel alignment because == The Hatsan 125 sniper (NPSS) is extremely accurate = I mean I can hit a gnat's ass at 20 yards. I can hit empty .22 shells consistently at 30 yards. Provided I use a makeshift Artillery simulation on top of a bench rest. I should have rejected it based on the misaligned barrel/attachment rails. I should have asked for a replacement. However, after a few hundred shots, I felt I was lucky to get such an accurate .25 caliber break barrel air gun.
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