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Earn 300 Bullseye Bucks
Benefits of a Vortex gas-piston over a coiled metal mainspring:
Add pellets, and you're ready to shoot pesky rodents, paper targets, spinners, tin cans and more.
The integral silencer will let you shoot without alarming your neighbors, so the Hatsan 125 Sniper Vortex air rifle could become your go-to airgun whenever it's time to dispach critters.
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|
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Things I liked: I have the .25 and shoot either Predator Polymags or the 35 grain Eun Jin. The rifle is superbly accurate with either and taking small game out past 50 yards is quite easy to do. In fact I have the rifle sighted in at 15 yards and make zero adjustments for 50 yard shots. I use a reflex site to keep the weight down but have hunted open site as well. My rifle shoots the polymags at 755 fps and the Eun Jin's at 635 fps, that's 30+ fpe. The rifle is fairly quiet with the mechanism's metallic ping being the loudest noise when you fire. If you've ever hunted big game you won't find carrying the Hatsan Sniper much different in terms of weight.
Things I would have changed: Even though my trigger is adjusted it's still fairly heavy. Scope was a toy, bipod makes no sense and the sling would've been better without the Hatsan name on it.
What others should know: When I first received the rifle I tore it down and cleaned, lubed and deburred it. I then replaced the factory seal with a vortek. The factory seal was hard and had bits of metal from the manufacturing process embedded in it. I can say that this is now one sweet powerhouse shooter.
Things I liked: Overall I am completely satisfied with the power of this gun as well as the accuracy.
Things I would have changed: Nothing.
What others should know: It does take a little effort to cock it but not much for someone who is in shape.
Things I liked: This rifle is a BEAST. People say it is hard to cock. Not as hard as waiting for CO2 or air at the store. The included scope never worked. Sighting in, I made a nickel sized hole in the paper at 10 yards after several adjustments. It is much more dependable with a Leupold scope. On the subject, the plastic buckle of the strap was broken right out of the cellophane. Rifle jumps in my hand, but the pressure tube seems to jump forward while the normal action jumps backward. It is very easy to clean. On a lark, I practiced on the 50 yard targets at the range. A very respectable grouping. I then stepped up to the 100 yard range. Paper dies easily at 100 yards. We'll see more about that later. The finish on the outside metal is not like my Remington 700. Who thought it would be? I dispatched a squirrel in the back yard yesterday. I know the .25 cal hit meat and wood behind the target. The group of cats who beat me to the prey would have appreciated not having to bite down on lead (I am sure)
Things I would have changed: I wish it came with a nice wood stock. I can see why it does not. The weight would double.
What others should know: There is nothing flimsy about this rifle. The accessories? trash. I am shooting J&B Match Diablo Exact King .25. 25.39 gr. Very satisfied with purchase from Pyramyd Air.
Is the muzzlebrake/suppressor removable for cleaning by the end user?
Cant be removed by the user.
Does the cocking stroke lock at a bit more than 90 degrees like euro springers, or 120 like American designed springers?
Can ya still get the camo stock in the .22 caliber ?
Yes price is 269.99.
|Max Velocity||1250 fps|