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While many manufacturers make an accurate barrel, the downrange accuracy is often foiled by a bad trigger due to a heavy pull. Hatsan's proprietary Quattro trigger will surprise you with its adjustability and crisp release. Ideal for plinking, shooting spinners, popping paper targets and dispatching small rodents at close distances. This gun is ready to go when it arrives. Just add pellets and start shooting. Mount the scope for increased accuracy.
Please note: the cocking force for this air rifle is approximately 50 lbs.
|Max Velocity||1250 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: Has a sleek & rugged feel. It's accurate and quiet. I find the open sights easy to use. I'm comfortable with the scope and rings it came with. The automatic safety and its location. The Quattro trigger of course.
Things I would have changed: The weight & length. The access hole to the smaller trigger adjustment screws could be a little more to the front so that you don't have to reach the most forward screw at an angle. The fact that you could see the spring under the gun. Being that I will use this for hunting, I will have to be very careful not to get debri inside.
What others should know: This gun is basically the less expensive version of the 125 Sniper. I was hitting good groups at 25yds straight out of the box with the open sights. I was dialed in in less than 15 shots, with two different pellets (lead and PBA). I will be using this rifle for hunting and am considering using the open sights or a 3x red dot. Definitely satisfied and will be purchasing more Hatsan air rifles. Will be wrapping it with camo cloth in the field for hunting purposes and also to protect the exposed spring from getting dirty.
Things I liked: Nothing
Things I would have changed: Better QC
What others should know: The safety broke after about 150 or so shots. There was no tapper at the breach and I wonder about the crown. The rear sights fell off and shot everywhere at 15 yrd. If you by one have PA check it out
Things I liked: The power of this gun is incredible. The quality of the action is superb. Quattro trigger is great.
Things I would have changed: The stock is thin and flimsy at the butt. Mine cracked at the upper recoil pad attachment screw after about 10 shots due to the heavy recoil of this gun. The scope that comes with it is completely useless. I wasted 2 days chasing scope settings, then finally gave up and replaced the scope with an AimPoint 2.5 - 7 power scope and all has been well ever since. I wish the breech seal was an "o"ring type instead of the sleeve type that it is. The breech seal does not last very long and you will not find anything in your garage or at the local hardware store to "get you by" so order extras .
What others should know: This is the hardest gun of any kind to shoot accurately that I have ever shot. Don't get me wrong, the gun itself is very accurate, it is just very difficult to shoot it and be consistant. Hold is everything. The less you touch this gun while shooting, the tighter your groups will be. Easier said than done with a rifle that weighs nearly 10 lbs. If you try to manhandle this rifle, it will shoot all over the map!
What comes in the box?
The rifle,scope 3x9x32mm & mount , 3 stock spacers to adjust length of pull , owners manual .Per description tab.
how long does the spring last and could my 13 year old son cock it?
Regular coiled springs usually last a few thousand shots. No, 13 year old will probably not be able to cock this rifle.
|Max Velocity||1250 fps|