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|Max Velocity||700 fps|
|Cocking Effort||47 lbs.|
|Front Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Trigger Pull||4.0 lbs|
Things I liked: Simple basic well built pistol. Great for a beginner air pistol owner like myself.
Things I would have changed: Had for about six months, would not change anything at this point.
What others should know: Don,t wait until your 56 before you buy your first air pistol. Great way to defend your property from the squirrel invasion!
Things I liked: Powerful and fairly accurate
What others should know: On this pistol the rear sight is improperly installed. It is mounted on top of gun over to the right side many degrees off center. The fiber optic sights are totally unuseable. Good thing I purchased an scope setup. Can't understand how this gun left the factory or Pyramid air in this condition!
Things I liked: It is a BIG Pistol with a lot of power. After cleaning and shooting 50 rounds to site-in the scope it is accurate enough at 10 yards and consistently hit quarter size targets. The primary purpose for this gun for me is close range rat and squirrel elimination and plinking. Beyond that its just target shooting. Possibly made by Hatsan for licensed logo of Browning distributed by UmarexUSA, and more powerful than the Hatsan Model. The trigger was gritty and clunky at first but after 30 rounds it was like silk very smooth. The anti recoil works really well. the on-board sites took a bit of work but do the job. I like the Cocking aide, as it is really needed. safety breaks in like the trigger, nice and easy. So far for the power and not going PCP it fits the bill.
Things I would have changed: If they had a additional butt stock that would be great. Even with the anti-recoil, that is only for the grip and stock not for the scope or mount, and in "Hatsan" style this gun needs a heavy mount that will hold up and keep the scope in place. An video review is helpful watch prior to buying to save you the headache of the scope and mount issues. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b0DCTCi13DQ I wish it had weaver mounts instead it just makes sense with this type of gun. Maybe a Vortex piston to save weight and less fatigue.
What others should know: I'm a big fan of Hatsan and UX's RWS, this Browning pistol has been called "Unwielding" but if you take the time and concentrate on hitting your target it will make you a better marksman. An Airgun Pistol Rated scope in my opinion is mandatory, but the on-board sites do the job just a lot slower. Don't cheap out on the scope/site mount, get the UTG/Leapers Accushot RGPM-30M4 or similar that will bolt down hard to the dovetail. Otherwise your scope much sooner than later will fall off. For the money under $180.00 it's a good setup and without having to go to PCP
Is there any difference between the Browning 800 Express & the Hatsan Model 25 Supercharger? I see the Hatsen .22 gets 450 fps while the Browning gets 600 fps?
What is the size and weight of packaging?
I noticed the Hatsan which is rated same fps as this in 177 & in .22 yet pyramyd states the Hatsan only capable of 450fps in .22 yet this one states 600 in .22 it seems very unlikely, pyramyd should test this one also i think?
I talked with Pyramid about this- the Hatsan was tested with a lead pellet; The Browning claim (600fps) is a factory claim made shooting the lightest pellet made. Functionally they are the exact same gun.
|Max Velocity||700 fps|