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Buy and Earn 240 Bullseye Bucks!
Benefits of the Vortex gas-piston powerplant over a metal mainspring:
Click on the ammo link for recommended pellets & the accessories link for targets & more.
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.
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|
Things I liked: Power. Rugged feel. Thumbhole stock. Trigger.
Things I would have changed: Lose the cheap scope. It immediately diminishes the overall quality impression of this rifle. I wanted to use all the included butt plate shims to extend the pull (I'm 6'2" with long arms) but stock screws were not long enough to allow. I probably could have found longer screws to sub but didn't want to change anything until I knew the gun worked and met my needs (which it does). Thumbhole position works for my grip but..... it is awkward at best or will be impossible for some to disengage or engage the safety from the firing position. I have to disengage the safety BEFORE I take my grip and aim, otherwise (if I forget), I have to release my grip, disengage safety then re-grip, re-aim and fire. I would prefer to disengage the safety after acquiring target, just before pulling the trigger without having to pause, remove my right thumb from the thumbhole while supporting the gun with my left hand, disengage the safety then re-grip, reacquire target and fire.
What others should know: This thing is a beast; heavy and hard to cock, which I expected. Shot 8" high out of the box (open sights) @ 12 yds. Adjusted to zero and now hammering pesky squirrels. 25 cal. is "overkill" for small pests but I wanted power to dispatch larger critters if needed and am confident this provides a humane and effective means of control. Not sure if this gun is quiet since all I hear is the mechanical bang of the gas piston in my right ear when fired. No chrony numbers yet. Using JSB Exact King 25.39g. Very pleased w/ accuracy Did not try other pellets; no need.
Things I liked: Power and accuracy. I really like the thumb hole. It is also not the loud. Cocking is no problem for me due to my years of powerlifting.
Things I would have changed: A better scope.
What others should know: Be sure to clean your barrel. It hits very hard. I feel sorry for the next group of squirrels that come into the neighborhood.
Things I liked: Accurate right out of the box with Iron sights,Mounted a UTG 4x16x40 on it and about 5 shots later I have 1" groups at 30 yrds,It's a solid feeling rifle,fit and finish very good, it is not as hard to cock as other reviews state,I'm 54 yrs old 5'4,170lbs I can shoot this for hours,Excellent gun for the money
Things I would have changed: The scope,Hatsan should ship it without the junk scope and maybe lower price 20 bucks
What others should know: It's heavy
Specs say 36 lb cocking effort. Is this accurate?
Uh the specs say 50lb cocking effort? Thats pretty close.
Can I mount a pya-A-4432 on this rifle
I tried the one piece mount on my 125 sniper would not stay put even bent the scope mount stop so i used the weaver option with badger ordinance high two piece mounts with a Aeon 3x12x50mm scope. Does not move now.
If you buy a Leapers Accushot 1-Pc Mount w/1"... to go with it.
Is there a left-handed version of this rifle?
No, just right.
|Max Velocity||750 fps|