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Buy and Earn 280 Bullseye Bucks!
Benefits of a gas-piston over a spring-piston powerplant:
A complete hunting kit with a camo stock to allow for a stealthy approach!
The 125 model has Hatsan's proprietary Quattro trigger, which has superior adjustability and a crisp release. Ideal for plinking, shooting spinners, popping paper targets and dispatching small rodents at close distances. You'll enjoy this well-built air rifle for years to come!
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: very nice gun, great power, really packs a punch in the 25 cal. Love the trigger, also a very beautiful gun.
Things I would have changed: does takes a little to cock it, not for a weakling. I changed the scope right away, this great of gun deserves a great scope, not the cheapo they send with it.
What others should know: Well worth the money, not many critters will get away with this around.
Things I liked: Hard Hitting as you can get for a break barrel. Easily slings "JSB EXACT KING" .25 lead at 50+ fps. Great accuracy.
Things I would have changed: Clean up the trigger. Hard to pull and unpredictable. Factory settings are not going to be there for you.
What others should know: If you just want to just blow holes through tin cans or water jugs then this rifle is for you. But it you think your going to shoot 3" groups at 50 yds on a consistent basis. Its not going to happen.
Things I liked: Great power! Just what I was looking for. Something that could launch heavier .177 pellets with authority. Comes with weaver rails. A must for magnums IMHO. First synthetic stock I have purchased that didn't need the sharp edges filed away. Not to difficult to cock for a magnum. Love the camo pattern. I have to many in black and it helps me identify my fave thus far. Trigger is better than expected. Haven't tried to adjust it yet. It is fine the way it is till I get it broke in. Accuracy is improving or I'm getting better at managing the recoil. This Hatsan 125 should make a real sweet shooter after I give it the attention I have the others. This is not a toy by any means and it doesn't feel or shoot like a toy.
Things I would have changed: Like most others the scope could be better for more money or a bit cheaper without it. I mounted a UTG 4-16x40 and avoided the frustration of the supplied scope. There is a minor twang with each shot that is typical of Hatsan products. This will get a look after the break in and I give it a tune up as I have with all the other rifles I own. It's a bit heavy but I like the heft. It's a beast but any less weight would most likely increase the recoil and accuracy would suffer as well. It's a magnum and it acts like a magnum should. It talks the talk but more importantly it walks the walk. The pull length is a bit long for me. After I give it a tune I'm going to mount the scope a bit more rearward. Seems like if they are supplying 3 additional spacers they would start with a shorter pull rather than something that is a bit to long to start with. Not a deal breaker for me because I know how adapt.
What others should know: This rifle was an exchange and upgrade for a 125TH in black. It had to much upward barrel drop to get a scope zeroed even after shimming. But while going through the process of attempting to sight it in I realized I didn't like the relation of the thumbhole stock and location of the safety. For me it was awkward at best because trying to reach the safety with my thumb in the thumb hole just didn't work. I prefer the safety to be accessible after I have my target in sight and I'm ready to fire. PA was wonderful about taking it back and letting me try something else that would work with a scope. At my request I sprung for the 20 for 20 service just to insure I would get a rifle that would work with a scope. As I was not going to actually use the supplied scope I requested they simply remove it after verifying the barrel was in line with the scope rail. This is where they shine. They fired 10 over the crony and 5 more to zero the supplied scope. Great customer service. Only charged me 10.
Do you carry/sell only the synthetic camo stock for this air rifle because the one I have broke in half, I need a replacement?
You could contact hatsanusa they could help you.
Is this the same as the Walther Falcon? Does it come with a strap?
Hatsan did manufacture the falcon hunter for walther although very few parts are interchangeable and yes they very similar. No it does not come with a strap.
|Max Velocity||1250 fps|