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Things I liked:Despite the review of poor precision of the Hatsan 125 .177 on the Airgun Academy blog (presumably due to poor barrel tolerances), I found the .22 to be very precise. The trigger is great! Out of the box, I found the trigger pull to be smooth and light (NOTE: Trigger "Bolt #3" is a tiny set screw - it is really hiding in there.). It has a MUCH better trigger than the Umarex Octane (which I returned after a gas piston leak). Despite the specs on Pyramyd Air, the Hatsan 125 NP .22 is slightly MORE powerful than the Umarex Octane .22. Here are Hatsan 10-shot averages on the chronograph [with Umerex Octane averages in brackets]: H&N Field Target Trophy Green, 9.56 gr, 1061 FPS ; RWS Superdome, 14.5 gr, 870 FPS ; Beeman Kodiak, 21.14 gr, 700 FPS . Unlike the Umarex Octane, the Hatsan 125 NP did indeed perform similarly at freezing and room temperatures.
Things I would have changed:The safety mechanism is a bit sloppy and rough during engage/disengage. Sometimes I have to toggle the safety back and forth to get it to disengage. I wonder if it is truly engaging and safe every time? The fixed sights could be higher quality (or replaceable with optional higher-end sights). I don't like the rounded front sight blade - I have trouble getting a consistent sight picture. The fiber-optic dots are more of a distraction than a help to me. The cheek rest is fine with the open sights but becomes a chin rest with the scope. I replaced the scope with a UTG 3-9x40 AO and used UTG medium weaver rings (low rings were too low to manage the safety), and the cheek rest is still too low. For this reason, I wish I had gone with the "Hatsan 125 Sniper" instead - it appears to have a higher and adjustable cheek rest. Needs attachment points for a sling on the forestock.
What others should know:On arrival, the inside of the barrel is heavily greased and takes a lot of cleaning. To answer the question of another review, the recoil is like a .22 firearm. It's noticeable, but nothing like the recoil from a shotgun or high-powered rifle. The gun may be heavy for an airgun, but I wouldn't consider it heavy compared to a high-powered rifle. The weight simply makes it feel well made. A heavier, wood stock would actually make it feel better balanced - it's front heavy. I had to send this gun in to Hatsan USA because it developed a problem - the cocking wouldn't latch, and I had a little trouble with getting phone/email replies from them. That was an ordeal, but the gun came back shooting more precisely than when I sent it.
Things I liked:Surprised at the accuracy I'm able to achieve with this magnum .
Things I would have changed:I had heard of no complaints of barrel droop with this gun but mine was severe. I had to order droop compensator rail to correct. I had purchased 'high' scope rings for this gun and with the addition of the drooper rail made scope way to high. Turned around and ordered 'low' mounts that was just right.
What others should know:I kept my gun upon discovering the severe barrel droop and spent the extra money for the drooper rail. Although I don't have a problem with the weight of the gun, some people might as gun is very nose heavy.
Things I liked:Power house, accurate, very we'll made, awesome open site shooting.
What others should know:Very long gun, bi-pod would be a must for smaller or shorter shooters with not a long reach.
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Compatible with Hatsan 125 Air Rifle, Black Stock, Nitro Piston