Hatsan's Quattro 2-stage match trigger lets the shooter adjust the pull weight, pull length of the first and second stages, and the length of trigger travel.
The shock absorber system (SAS) reduces felt vibration.
Hatsan's Triopad buttpad includes 3 spacers so you can adjust the length of pull. The honeycomb buttpad absorbs recoil.
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1-year limited warranty
List Price $270.00 Save $20.01 (7%)
2X Earn 500 Bullseye Bucks
The Quattro trigger is available only on Hatsan-manufactured guns! Adjust the 2-stage trigger to your shooting needs.
The 125TH is ideal for plinking, shooting spinners, popping paper targets and dispatching small rodents at close distances. If you hunt a lot, the camo stock will help you blend in for a stealthier approach to your quarry.
Please note: the cocking force for this air rifle is approximately 50 lbs.
|Max Velocity||750 fps|
|Cocking Effort||50 lbs.|
|Front Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Rear Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Scopeable||Weaver & 11mm dovetails|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
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Things I liked: Everything, Power and accuracy, usually mutually exclusive, not with the 125. The 177 shoots supersonic even when using 8.2 grain pellets. Love the Camo stock. Supplied scope is not great but very usable. Dual groove scope mount with the cross channels if the best I have ever used.
Things I would have changed: I shoot left handed, the stock could me made to work both ways, it is much more comfortable for a right handed shooter.
What others should know: These are the only springers I own that I am confident they will hit in the black on the very first shot, almost as good as a PCP. I like them so much I bought 4. 2-177 and 2-22 I have one pair with open sights and one pair scoped.
Things I liked: I did allot of reviewing and youtubing to find a good pellet gun. The Hasant 125 kept coming up as accurate and dependable All the reviews here are accurate. The factory scope is junk but you can hit quarters at 30 yards with it, The scope is blurry. the gun is hard to cock and I am not a weak guy as its a 50 pound cock. Now can you say squirrel exterminator. I bought this to get rid of squirrels destroying my fruit trees and let me tell you it does that job and more. I shot completely threw several squirrels at 20 yards and at 30 yards the .25 gr Predator Polymag pellets knocks them off there feet and the hit is hard. I up graded to a leepers 4x16x50 scope and a droop barrel mount also. The hard cocking seems to have lightened up with use and to me its worth the hard cocking as what you get in return a hard hitting bad to the bone varmint exterminator.
Things I would have changed: the over all weight of the gun is a little heavy but getting use to it.
What others should know: worth the money very accurate.
Things I liked: Sturdy, good thumbhole grip, excellent iron sights Great penetration power.
Things I would have changed: Nothing, for now.
What others should know: This is my second Springer, I usually shoot Remington Express .22 with open sights. With my new Hatsan I'm getting a 4 inch group at 20 meters using the H&N barracusa 31.02 gr 25cal with open sights, the pellet goes through a 5/8 triplay wood,
|Max Velocity||750 fps|