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Average Customer Review4.5 (44 reviews)
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Things I liked:Finding accurate pellets is a bit difficult, but I found two that match up very well. the .22 JSB Diabolo (15.89 g) and Bejnamin Discovery (14.3) are both very good with accuracy. Standing, no scope, no support, and I can hit within an inch very consistently at 25 yards. Considering I'm a novice shooter and still improving..... that means these are very accurate. JSB Diabolo 15.89: fits secure, flies true, very accurate Bnjmn Discovery 14.3: fits a tad tight, flies a little low, very accurate JSB Diabolo 13.~ grams: fits secure, flies very low, extremely accurate RWS Field Line Round: fits secure, flies very low, accuracy...... debatable.
Things I would have changed:Scope in itself was ok, but at least in my model, I adjusted it all the way and it still wasn't enough. As everyone else says, the bipod isn't good - it's rather low and doesn't adjust. The rifle itself is excellent quality - far greater than what I'd have expected for just $120. Awesome for training. My only gripe is that I don't like how the front sight has the circle around it. Looks awesome, but gets in the way of seeing bigger targets.
What others should know:The screws in the scope stop might come loose (one did for me, easy fix though), but the screws holding the rifle together have been good up to now after a thousand shots. If you're looking for a competition rifle, you should probably invest more, but if you need a good training rifle to get better at mastering trigger pull and sight picture, this one's a great choice with a competitive price.
Things I liked:The light weight, TruGlow sights, The included scope, the great price, the velocity rating with lead pellets, the accuracy
Things I would have changed:For the price this gun is great.
What others should know:The trigger has a long pull, but once you get used to it, it is fine. For the price this is a great shooting gun.
Things I liked:The German steel barrel. That's about it. I like Pyramid Air, good folks! They didn't build this gun, they just sell it. I should have sent it back on the 30 day warranty, My fault !
Things I would have changed:Build a better stock, better trigger, more after market parts, better scope stop position. Improve accuracy past 15 yards. Back the junk you build without a big hassle! I know this is only a $119 gun, but My Ruger Blackhawkk Elite was only $98.00 and has better stock, far more accurate! Shoots super groups out to 40 yards and has a superior trigger! And it's built in China! Spend a few extra dollars and buy a Benjamin Trail or Gamo or Crosman. You will be dollars ahead!
What others should know:I am not a teenager. I'm a 55 yr old air gunner and above average break barrel shooter. That being said, I am not happy with Hatsan. I got the .25 cal. Accuracy out to 15 yards is great. By 20 yards it,s not that great. I shot it through my chrony Jsb exact king 25.4 gr @ 589 fps. 19.5 fpe. After owning the gun 6 months the stock cracked at the front stock screw to the top of the stock. Hatsan will warranty it if they decide it's a manufacture flaw. B.S! The stock is brittle plastic crap! not strong at all! I have learned this happens on some of these guns by reading blogs and on you tube. I have purchased 11 different tins of .25 pellets, and two scopes trying to get this thing to shoot a good group @25 yards. Not happening! My Ruger Blackhawk Elite, Gamo Bone Collector and Benjamin Trail NP will shoot circles around this piece of junk Hatsan! The scope stop is too far forward which doesn't allow the scope to come back as far as you may like. Live and Learn! I don't reccomend Hatsan