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1-year limited warranty
List Price $249.95 Save $50.00 (20%)
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Things I liked:The gun fits me pretty good, good feel, good balance. I like it's power (now that is working correctly)
Things I would have changed:Better quality check from factory.
What others should know:I bought this gun (.25) caliber, and the first shot was so so, then they started to get so slow they were bouncing off the back stop. I sent the gun back no problems (thanks) I received a replacement gun, which had a "little" more punch at first, but after 50 shots it was falling off greatly again, and there was no penetration into the backstop. Instead of returning this gun again, I ordered a replacement piston seal, and tore down the gun to find the factory seal torn where the groove in the receiver- action is for the spring compressor rod. I deburred those edges internally, put in the seal, and it is doing great, and shoots Thru my backstop now!! So, 2 guns in a row with bad seals I wonder how many left the factory that way.
Things I liked:Great magnum springer, powerful, it is averaging 1000 FPC wow, 14.3 grain pellets.
Things I would have changed:The trigger screws will not allow changing factory settings, change the screws and you can dial it in.Scope could be better but it gets the job done.
What others should know:If you can not do at least 20 push ups you are not going to like this rifle.
Things I liked:The power of this gun in the .25 is spectacular. I realized very quickly that my Diana RSW 34 .22 was no match for medium to large raccoon game, to say otherwise would not be fair to the animal. The test I conducted was on a James Hardie Panel, made of fiber cement siding. This panel is extremely tough stuff, at 74 feet/24.6 yards The RSW .22 with Premier 14.3 Domed, and Benjamin Hollow point 14.3 was barley able to penetrate this panel, and the skirt of the pellet protruded out of the entry point. This would not be a kill shot on any game at that distance. The Hatsan 125 .25 new, and after 30 rounds, with H&N pellets Barracuda 32.02 and H&N Hunter Extreme 28.4 blew through this panel, hit a concrete block wall and in a few cases ricochet off, and kept going. This would be a clear head shot kill. Hatsan tests with lead pellets (24.8 gr)and the Muzzle energy calculator Pyramid has provided is a critical tool to determine what gun to choose for the energy needed for what you are shooting at. In my test the calculator estimated the guns muzzle energy was 35.48 EFP with .25 and 28.4 pellet vs. .22 with 14.3 gr at 800 fps generating only 20.33 estimated EFP a massive difference in energy and a humane kill. I love the look of my RSW, it's a super handsome stylish weapon for SMALL GAME and birds. However the Hatsan's no frills black synthetic stock has power, and is what I will go to for hunting small to medium size game at close range,not more than 30 yards. Great Price!!!
Things I would have changed:Many have said the scope, I agree 100% eye relief is awful and you have to dance around to sight it. Not good if you need to get a shot off. I'm left handed, the stock is right, ambi would be great, but I works fine either way.
What others should know:I believe in precise shooting, dime to quarter size target area max at any range. I also believe we as air gunners should be humane hunters. Get enough gun for what you're shooting at. Keep hunting shots within 20 to 30 yards in .25 750 FPS, small to, not as small game (Break Barrel Springer) 5 to 30 yards with .22 800 FPS, Rabbit, Squirrel, Avian. And only target, squirrel, and small avian with .177 1000+ FPS at 20 to 30 yards. It's more enjoyable to have a clean powerful shot at your game, don't "under gun", trust me on this. Pyramid has a fantastic selection, and serves us very, very well. Invest in the right gun, you'll be glad you did. I'm happy with both of these purchases.
Compatible with Hatsan 125 Air Rifle, Black Synthetic Stock