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Average Customer Review4.5 (24 reviews)
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Things I liked:After much research and attention to reviews of the .22 Hatsan 125 Sniper Vortex I went ahead and purchased it from Pyramid. It arrived in good shape and was very accurate with out scope at 20 yds. After cleaning the barrel to get out the oil and mounting with a Leapers scope I was surprised at the the level of barrel droop I couldn't correct with the Leapers adjustment knobs. Mounted a UTG droop compensator mount, optically centered the scope and then quickly got onto the accuracy first seen without the scope. The rifle has proven to be extremely accurate and deadly at 20 yds. Have taken care of the groundhog problem that prompted the purchase with single head shots that caused instant kills with nary a twitch from the prey. This Hatsan hits hard and this is within the first 50 pellets. Now after over 500 pellets the rifle is quiet, easier to cock and still no problems with loose fittings. The leapers 4x16x44 30 ml tube has stayed centered and seems to be perfect for this rifle.
Things I would have changed:The scope that comes with the rifle was useless for my purposes. For the money Hatsan should supply a better scope swap out the other accessories. Otherwise I would have given a 5 for the overall rating. Check out Kenneth's review and video as it was the most informative.
What others should know:Dealing with Pyramyd Air has been excellent as they offer suggestions and advice with their online chat service which helped greatly in my purchase.
Things I liked:This will be the second review i have done on this rifle. The rifle came with all it suppose to have and looked great. Right out of the box it was as accurate as my HMR at 50 yards. I though I had did my research on this gun and all the reviews indicated that it is a good gun. So I started looking in the forums only to find out that any of the ulra magnum guns are short lived. They lose power and are only good using as a club. How ever after about 200 shots it started to miss. I adjust the scope and it improved just a little then started to miss again. I like the gun and really wanted it to work , but that didn't happen. I called the tech guys at pyramid air and did all that I could to make it work and when I couldn't hit the target with the iron sites at 10 yards, I most sadly gave up on it. The guys at pyramid air are great to deal with. I sent it back and am now waiting for the RWS 34 which has a long time reputation of being reliable.
Things I would have changed:yes, do away with the pesky adjustable cheek rest. It pops up and some times completely off no matter how tight you get it. Just perfect what could be the most popular air gun on the market. Out of the box with just zeroing in the scope I was hitting a one inch target at 50 yards before it went south for the winter.
What others should know:Do at least 300 shots to see if you got a good one. And yes I would buy another one when I am sure they got it right.
Things I liked:Fit and finish are very good. The Vortex system works extremely well! It hits really hard and is very accurate. The adjustments to the recoil pad and the monte-carlo can make the rifle fit very comfortably. I found there was little recoil at all once this was done. All in all, I am very happy with this rifle, and I would purchase it again. I purchased the 10-10 check that Pyramid performs, and the results were a high of 977.70 and a low of 953.67 fps. for a .22 cal. It was rated at 1,000 fps on Pyramid's site; however, since it is new, it may increase with more shots through it. But, I feel chronograph results show the rifle's capability quite well. When it's fired, the sound isn't that much more than my RWS Diana mod 36 in .177, but, where I shoot, sound is not much of a problem. The integral muzzlebrake/suppressor seem to work well.
Things I would have changed:Well, the scope is not a good one as most other reviewers have stated, and I upgraded that. The bi-pod is awkward to use, so I haven't found it useful. The trigger needed a lot of adjustment. It was hard to get a good group at 20 yards until I lightened it up a bit. Adjustment to the trigger is a work in progress.
What others should know:This rifle is a beast! It is heavy weight wise, and it is heavy-duty construction wise. It is a big gun. It takes a lot of strength to cock the that vortex piston. I've watched and read a lot of information on trigger adjustments and mods to the quatro trigger on the internet and youtube. Triggers are the timming device of a rifle just like distributors are for cars. If you can't get the trigger correct, the gun won't be easy to group 5 shots with. I gave it the 4 star rating on value for the money because of the scope. I've had a few guns in my life, and almost everyone of them has needed trigger work of some kind. So, the quatro trigger adjustments are not that unusual. My approach has been to take the necessary steps to make the trigger the way I need it. So, I did not take off any points for the 'overall rating' and the 'accuracy' because of the trigger.
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