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Estimated in-stock date 04-15-2015
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Average Customer Review4.5 (48 reviews)
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Things I liked:The .22 cal 1000S was my first introduction to the world of high powered air rifles. I purchased the rifle to inexpensively find out if hunting rabbits was a hobby I would like to further pursue. Hatsan, as a brand came highly recommended and for the price, the 1000S is a great value. Up to this point I could not be happier with every aspect of the rifle and have been successfully slaying rabbits since I got the rifle. I have yet to find a pellet inside a rabbit as they enter and exit completely. I rarely take shots over about 30 yards with Destroyers and this rifle gets the job done!
Things I would have changed:The rifle does have a very springy sound when fired and the trigger has plenty of creep but is at least adjustable. I never used the scope that came with the rifle but I should have bought a scope more powerful than 4 power magnification. I will buy at least a 12 power scope with an illuminated reticle. For the $95 price tag, I would change nothing about this rifle and will keep it for ease of use despite my intentions of purchasing a Benjamin Marauder pistol. Great doomsday rifle that puts food on the table.
What others should know:This is a great entry level rifle that comes from a reputable manufacturer. Don't be cheap with the optic you use, it makes the biggest difference. Don't be surprised by the presence of recoil from this rifle and a very "springy" sound when fired. I believe this rifle shoots 14.3 grain hollow points at around 650 FPS. This is plenty for small game at close ranges. After using this rifle for a season, I am going to upgrade to a .22 cal Benjamin Marauder pistol and tune it to shoot 14.3's at 720 FPS.
Things I liked:good weight, accurate, price, cocking effort.
Things I would have changed:trigger is not the best but manageable for off hand shooting at varmints and plinking.
What others should know:Seems to like RWS superpoint, nothing in Crosman. Good power and accuracy for a low priced springer.
Things I liked:The trigger is metal, not plastic. Te gun feels solid, not hollow. Once sighted in I had an idea where the pellets would land.
Things I would have changed:The scope is not the best. scope on Crosman is much clearer.
What others should know:Great buy for the price.