Hatsan's Quattro 2-stage match trigger lets the shooter adjust the pull weight, pull length of the first and second stages, and the length of trigger travel.
The shock absorber system (SAS) reduces felt vibration.
Hatsan's Triopad buttpad includes 3 spacers so you can adjust the length of pull. The honeycomb buttpad absorbs recoil.
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1-year limited warranty
List Price $402.00 Save $102.01 (25%)
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Estimated in-stock date 02-22-17
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Earn 300 Bullseye Bucks
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.
Please note: the cocking force for this air rifle is approximately 50 lbs.
|Max Velocity||1000 fps|
|Cocking Effort||50 lbs.|
|Front Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Rear Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Scopeable||Weaver & 11mm dovetails|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
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Things I liked: Highly accurate, very powerful, great ironsights, super sturdy frame, comfortable shoulder pad, highly functional supresser/muzzle brake, awesome stock trigger, safe and efficient auto safety mechanism; just an absolutely epic quality for price. I'd like to add that the gun is no where near as hard to load as people make it seem. Its a matter of technique frankly.
Things I would have changed: Bipod is completely useless except for display purposes- should either not come with the gun at all, or at least be built in such a way that it can provide accuracy rather than ruin it. Also, it's dissappointing that such an exceptionally made weapon comes with such a garbage scope. The gun should be sold for another $100 or so and come with- if nothing else- a scope that is made to withstand the intense forward/backward kick.
What others should know: Don't bother mounting the scope that comes with the gun. After only a couple hundred shots, mine had a spun reticle, paint chip flaked off an stuck to the inside of a lense, and off center/chipped scope rings. The zero would generally hold for only a few shots at first, but when I began using the glow iron sights, I found the gun to be incredibly accurate. In fact, I took this rifle with iron sights to a cook out where several of my friends brought scoped .25 PCP rifles, and really expensive break barrels, and honest to God this rifle was outshooting all of them at 75ish yards. I bought a UTG 4-12 mil dot 40mm with one piece high scope rings and assure you- this is an amazing rifle. To do any better would basically require a PCP rifle and frankly, it doesn't make sense to lug an oxygen tank or pump through the woods... Heck, you can buy a real gun and walk away with a ton of rounds for the price of a pro grade PCP air gun. I 100% recommend to anyone strong enough to shoulder fire it
Things I liked: This is a deadly hunting machine and is dead on accurate. The gun looks great, but it is very HEAVY. This gun has a heavy cocking cycle. I did not mount the stock scope, I purchased a Leapers scope with it.
Things I liked: Dead on accurate out to 50 yds.
Things I would have changed: Weight, Cheap stand, Cocking effort.
What others should know: A very powerful springer indeed. I have the .22 caliber. The weight and cocking effort make up for the accuracy and power this gun delivers. Can't say much about the scope, I ordered a better UTG 4-16.40, which makes the original scope seem like it belongs on a nerf gun. The included sling is decent, but I opted for a camo sling instead. Much more attractive. Forget the bi pod unless you only use it for display. I have to say, after putting a couple of hundred round through the gun to start breaking it in... I then worked on sighting the scope. I started at 25 yds.. and became annoyed since I only hit one bullseye in 5 shots once I felt the gun was zeroed in. I soon came to the conclusion that the scope jarred and had shifted. I couldn't tell where the other 4 pellets were going. I finally walked over to the target and realized they all were going through the original hole. At 50 yds, I had very little drop and was still hitting center. Unbelievable accuracy. Very pleased
hello,what is the highest muzzle energey of this air rifle in .22 calibre??
what is the FPS for which pellets? I understand it is important to keep FPS under 1050 or less, sub-sonic. I am planning on going after pigeons, big Time. will This be enough for pigeons, out to 50 yards or so? what is the best grain wgt for pigeons pellets. I do understand that each air rifle is different and will have to sort Thru the accuracy process. can I get a better scope than the original? Thanks
.177 is 1250fps,22 is 1000fps and 25 is 750fps but your milage may vary? A lot depends on which pellet you choose , for long distance i like the .177 caliber if you want to hit with more authority then 22 caliber is the choice. 25 caliber is the caliber of choice for those who go after bigger game.For pigeons i would go with the .177 caliber. Yes defiantly get a better scope first thing. I mounted Aeon 3x12x50mm side focus scope on my sniper and used the weaver mounts on the rifle . Aeon ,Hawk Utg are all good scopes.
I really have been looking at this rifle it would be my first good spring and second within after my discovery but everyone's saying it's hard to pull, I'm 13 and have pulled back air guns people said were for 16 and over anyone know a way to see if I could pull it without buying it?
Well its been said that these rifle are hard to cock it is true. I have the 125 sniper but mine is the vortex model (gas piston) , a lot of effort is needed with mine but it is smooth at the same time.You get use to it if you shoot it enough. Do you have any stores in area or know anyone who owns one? You could order one if you don't like it send it back you have 30 days PA is good that way.
|Max Velocity||1000 fps|