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Average Customer Review4.5 (22 reviews)
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Things I liked:After reviewing springer air rifles and the companies that sell them I chose Pyramyd Air and the Hatsan 125 Nitro Piston in .25 caliber. It exceeded my expecations. Well built, great craftmanship. The first cock and load - smoother and easier than I expected. I haven't been able to do any shots to check accuracy but I believe it will deliver what others have discovered. The 20 for $20 was a great value. I blown away.
Things I would have changed:So far, nothing.
What others should know:Some have commented on the weight and size. Yes, it's long and heavy but when the power and caliber (mine in .25) I believe it's needed, but nothing that can't be overcome with a sling. It's a man size rifle. I'm looking forward to adding to my impressions after shooting through my first can of ammo!
Things I liked:Price, power, accuracy, dual scope rails, trigger. Open sights were great, but I had planned on scoping this. I love the 1 cock power - this is new to me being my first adult airgun. Was torn between choosing a .22 or a .25 and figured I'd start with the .22 and look for a better .25 PCP if I ended up liking airguns.
Things I would have changed:I'd pay more for a better scope (or less for rifle without a scope), maybe a little shorter pull since it has the ability to lengthen the pull, maybe better silencer (I guess getting the Sniper might have done that, but I didn't want the extra weight). Nicer stock (or more stock options, or aftermarket stocks). As nice as the trigger was, I'd still like better (willing to pay for it). Lighter, shorter.
What others should know:This is my first "adult" airgun and first airgun since my Sheridan from my teen years. I have plenty of shotguns, rifles, handguns, and this, I have to say has an equal value for shooting enjoyment. There are some quirks about airguns i am just now learning, but its great that I have something that I can shoot in my backyard that takes a little bit of skill (lighter pellet guns & small calibers like .22's are too easy to shoot). I'm still a little inconsistent, getting >1/2 inch groups at 25 yards, then following that up with about a 1+ inch group (could be that I only have about 250 shots so far). My gun had some stock discoloring and fade when i first got it & Pyramyd replaced it right away (not that big a deal but I had to call and ask about it - thought maybe that's what I got for $230.00). This is an absolute bargain for what you're getting, but I might be used to regular firearms. Now I'm hooked - researching & looking for a max power & accurate .25 or larger PCP.
Things I liked:First I want to say that I am not an AG Snob either. Best air rifle I have is the old MRod. This is my first .25 caliber rifle. I shoot a Springfield '03 and M1 Garand in CMP competition a .300 Winchester Magnum at 1000 meters, so I'm just not feeling any recoil here. Which is a good thing.This rifle is also big and darn heavy. That mitigates a lot of recoil too. It has power and it is accurate inside 50 yds . The H&N Barracudas I am using say >25 joules w/ .25, which if I remember correctly is about >18 1/2 foot pounds. The sights work. Big and slow are best shooting short.
Things I would have changed:The scope is a joke. I did not even bother to sight it in. I just took it off and threw it away. The rail is necessary because no 11mm dovetail is going to stay on this gun for long. I put on a pair of Warne rings and an old Leapers 3-9x40. That's held zero for the 200 pellets I've put through it.
What others should know:I'm not the type to pay $2-3k for an air gun to shoot sparrows at the bird feeder.If I'm spending that kind of $ I want to shoot over 1000 meters. If your a 10 meter Olympian, great, you have my respect.The trigger on this gun has a break similar to some Browning long guns and is a useful tool for practice. Now my little speech: I am really on the fence about hunting anything bigger than rabbits with air rifles.A guy here related taking a feral pig with a.25.If he's being truthful I think that's just wrong. It's unethical, as I'm sure any hunters will agree.There's too many variations in shot placement & too little energy in the pellet+ no follow up. I think a feral pig deserves at least a .223.If you can run a big bore PCP that's another story. One could take a rhino with a .380 pistol,if one could walk up to it and put rounds through it's eye.Is that hunting? I am enjoying this rifle and I think many other would too.It's no Prom Queen but do your part & it hits what you point it at.
Compatible with Hatsan 125 Air Rifle, Black Stock, Vortex Piston