Lots of shootin' fun for you and the whole family when you've got the Hatsan 250XT pistol. Shoot for fun, shoot to teach proper gun handling or shoot to stay proficient with firearms. No matter why you shoot, you're gonna have a good time!
Steel BBs can ricochet. The shooter and everyone in the shooting area should wear safety glasses when a gun is being handled (even if it's unloaded). Remember to remove all pets from the area, as rebounding ammo can hit them, too. Never shoot steel BBs at hard objects (including metal targets) or water, as that increases the chance of ricochet.
Things I liked:Nice design. Nice ergonomics. Things I would have changed:Maybe make a blowback version? What others should know:Never actually got to use it. Returned becasue every time I placed a new co2 in, it would all leak out.
Things I liked:Looks and feels exactly like my REAL Ruger MKIII 22/45 pistols!The fit and finish are very well done. Things I would have changed:nothing! What others should know:Like Tom Gaylord always says,place 2 drops of Crossman's Pellgun Oil on the CO2 cartridge tip prior to installing in gun,for good seal performance,and trouble free operation.
this is a repeater, not a semi-auto: You have to cock it for every shot, right?
Tyler from USA:
No, it is semi-automatic.
Matthew from USA asked:
it drives me absolutely crazy that this pistol doesn't have a working bolt with blow back!!! any idea if any company is planning to release a blow back version of this model type pistol? that's the only thing keeping me from getting this gun!!!
Erika from USA:
There has been no word from the manufacturer if they are going to make a model with a working bolt and blowback
Jeffrey from USA asked:
Does anyone else have a problem with this particular pistol's magazine sealing and holding CO2? I have about 30-40 CO2 pistols/rifles and none have this problem (unless the seals were defective or something like that). I've used Pellgun oil (always)on every new cartridge, used both Daisy and Crosman cartridges -- usually can't even get it to seal at the cartridge tip. Bought this pistol used in great shape, and thought maybe it was just a bad magazine, so bought a new magazine and still having issues. Finally got new one to seal like a normal CO2 gun, but within 24hrs all the CO2 had leaked out. This is driving me nuts because it SHOULD work and it's not that complicated! Can anyone help???
Erika from USA:
Are you using Pellgunoil when you load the CO2? This may help with the seal.