1-year limited warranty
List Price $320.00 Save $60.05 (18%)
Want it delivered 12-10-2013
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Things I liked:Right out of the box this .25 Caliber Springer is a beef stick . It has a smooth comfortable finish, good steel, it is solid, and it is powerful. I have not mounted the scope as I like open sights and this gun is shooting a very tight group with JSB Diablo Kings .25 Cal. pellets. I also use the artillery hold with this rifle and it works well at several ranges from 10 yards out to my maximum to date of 50 yards. I have many years of military marksmanship and grew hunting, I love this Rifle.
Things I would have changed:We all know a free scope is just that but Leapers makes a very nice UTG 3 X 12 X 44 with an etched glass reticle SCP3-UGM312AOIEW for those who wish to upgrade their optics for less than $200.00. Use the bipod that came with the rifle as a paper weight to hold down your targets and if you need a bipod there are several goods ones for well under $30.00 out there. Personally I don't think it would be to your advantage to use one but they look impressive.
What others should know:I did not find this rifle any harder to cock than several Gamo or Crossman rifles I have used but it is a heavy weapon and it is advertised to be. It has recoil but nothing I would conceder unreasonable. The recoil pad provided works quite well and can adjusted utilizing the three additional pads provided but for my fit they were not needed. I looked at several brands and have shot many of them, if you want a well made heavy weapon this rifle is for you, it is in no way a toy and with the youngsters adult supervision is a must (as it should be with any gun) because this is one powerful air rifle capable of inflecting real damage.
Things I liked:Ok do this rifle is a very nice looking and feeling rifle its heavy though. I like the way it feels and it definatly packs a punch. But I have yet to find a pellet that works to get any type of good grouping past 10yrds. I even contacted pyramid air for there reconmindation and that pellet sukced as well! I have just bought 4 more types of pellets to try and see what kind of results I can get. I watched and read all kinds of reviews on this rifle before I bought it but am kinda disappointed that I am having such a hard time finding a good pellet to shoot through this rifle. I am not a beginner shooter either I used to shoot competition for the U.S. Army and I am a retired combat soldier so I know how to shoot! if anyone out there can let me know what type of pellet is working for then in the . 22 I would love to know so I can quit spending money on ammo that does not shoot well in it. Guess the plus side is I will have plenty to work with for the next air gun I buy! lol!
Things I would have changed:loose the bipod and ad a better scope and maybe in clued what is the best ammo to shoot through this rifle!
What others should know:nice gun pain in the butt trying to find the right pellet to shoot through it for accuracy!
Things I liked:I've had this gun for a little over a month and put about 1200 pellets through it. I never expected to get as much power as I have through this gun. I bought a .22 Gamo SS Whisper for $215 and this gun at $260 blows it out of the water. This gun is super accurate with the .22 cal H&N Field Target Trophy pellets. I've averaged around 920fps with +/- 6 fps with the chrony. With the aid of Chairgun, headshots from 10 - 50 yards are effortless with this rifle. This rifle, surprisingly, is very quiet for a springer. The look and finish of this rifle is top notch.
Things I would have changed:Hatsan should just get rid of the bipod, sling, and scope and drop the price 40-50 dollars. The bipod is made of plastic and seems to be for show. The sling is okay but I would feel better with a thicker, rugged one. The scope works well but it doesn't begin to unlock the potential of this rifle.
What others should know:The rifle is really long. It can kinda be a pain to maneuver through brush. The recoil feels like a .22lr to me. This is definitely not a child's toy. It takes about 50-100 rounds to make the cocking easier. If you're new to airguns like me, get Chairgun. It will save a lot of time and guesswork when it comes to configuring your rifle to your needs.
This product is out of stock. Estimated in-stock date 12-18-2013
Compatible with Hatsan 125 Sniper Air Rifle Combo, Black