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Hatsan Air Stripper, For Select .22-Cal Hatsan Air Guns

Hatsan Air Stripper, For Select .22-Cal Hatsan Air Guns

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PY-A-4557

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  • Description
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  • Air stripper
  • For Select .22-cal Hatsan air guns
  • Acts like a compensator, removing turbulence
  • Mounts on muzzle
  • 1/2"x20 TPI
  • 3.076" long
  • .94" outside diameter
  • Fits Hatsan 25 Supercharger, 25 SuperTact, Dominator Carbine and PCP guns (EXCEPT for the QE versions)

Attach this air stripper to your Hatsan .22-caliber airgun to reduce air turbulence, which should increase your accuracy.


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Item Code: H-HA90105 [PY-A-4557]

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By BOB from USA on 2016-07-25
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Things I liked: Works as advertised. Screws on the end of the barrel vs using set screws. Well made. Fits my Walther Terrus. Makes a significant difference in cocking effort.

Things I would have changed: Advertise that it fits the Walther Terrus.

What others should know: The threads are not an exact match for the Terrus but it tightens up very well.

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By Gifford from USA on 2016-06-18
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Things I liked: Aluminum housing with brass insert look good on my Benjamin NP2 without barrel shroud.

Things I would have changed: The brass insert is .010 inch smaller than the bore in the housing. It is retained in position by a single set screw that takes a 2mm hex key, not included. The recoil of the NP2 caused the set screw to back off. Pellets started clipping the insert losing accuracy. I removed the insert so its not an air stripper but it still looks cool. I may try to permanently adhere the insert in the housing if I figure out how to fix it concentric to the rifle bore and what type of glue to use.

What others should know: The NP2 is loud without the shroud.

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By frangable from USA on 2015-05-19
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Things I liked: I installed my Hatsan Air Stripper on my .22 cal Hatsan Supercharger pistol and could not believe how much it tightened up my groups. Aside from the improved accuracy it looks cool on that big hand gun!

Things I would have changed: Put a second or third set-screw to keep brass air scoop in place.

What others should know: If using on a Supercharger, or a similar air gun with significant recoil, be sure set-screw is tight and Loctited in place. Brass air scoop may need occasional adjustment because of recoil.

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  • DPope from USA asked:

    Once fitted to a Hatsan AT P2 PCP Air Pistol, will the pistol still fit in the case that it comes with?

    • Stanley from USA:

      Adds about 3 inches to length . Can be removed to fit the case.

  • William from USA asked:

    I believe that the .22 cal. Gamo Coyote, the BSA Buccaneer SE & the BSA Scorpion SE all have the 1/2" X 20 UNF threaded barrels under their removable muzzle brakes. If that is so, then this Hatsan air stripper should fit them too, correct?

    • Stanley from USA:

      I have the BSA Scorpion 1200 SE in .177 caliber . Correct it does fit nicely . Report from the rifle is quieter than without.

  • True from USA asked:

    Will this fit a Benjamin Trail nP 2 without the shroud on the barrel?

    • Gifford from USA:

      Yes however the brass insert kept coming loose due to recoil. Pellets were clipping the loose insert and losing accuracy. I removed the insert so its no longer a stripper but it still looks cool. The NP2 is loud without the shroud.

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