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Average Customer Review4.5 (83 reviews)
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Things I liked:High quality and pretty accurate. I would recommend it.
Things I would have changed:The scope doesn't seem to hold zero. I shot it everyday for 4 days on a recent camping trip. I put approximately 300 pellets through it. Pretty accurate but I had to re-site the scope in every 50 pellets which can get frustrating. I will be replacing it.
What others should know:Great beginner to intermediate pellet rifle. Some individuals had a hard time breaking it down to load so not for everyone, especially the young.
Things I liked:The quality of workmanship is great. For the power and cost of the rifle, the scope is more than adequate and was dead-on from 35 yards with ZERO adjustment - just mounted and shot, clover-leafed the target. It seems to prefer slightly heavier pellets, with the most accurate thus far being Beeman Kodiak Extra Heavy Domed, 10.65 grains. Next accurate (that I have tried) would be the Winchester Hollowpoint 9.75 grains. Stock is beautiful, and the velocity seems to be very close to the advertised rate, maybe even a bit higher. Crossman Premiere 7.9 grains measured +-1076/fps.
Things I would have changed:Weight. This thing weighs a ton and is difficult to hold on target without shooting from a rest.
What others should know:Yes. Go get one. I have been a powder burner for years when recently my adult son started talking to me about air rifles. I wasn't interested since I thought of a BB gun from my childhood, but then I started reading and was blown away with the velocity and accuracy of contemporary air guns. I saw consistently good reviews for the Hatsan 95 and decided for $150, it was hard to go too wrong. If you're just getting into airguns, or are looking for a dependable, accurate, low-cost but decent-power rifle, I don't see how you can go wrong with the Hatsan 95.
Things I liked:Knock down power almost unmatched for its price. Pretty accurate out of the box but like everything will need broke in. Cocking effort isnt to bad for me but if you have a smaller frame could be a deferent story. Very accurate at 20 yards even with the scope it comes with. The trigger is smooth and very predictable. Wood is of a high quality with finely machined checkering. Best gun on the market for under 200 dollars.
Things I would have changed:The scope is terrible and made in china so chuck it as soon as you see it. I reccomend upgradeing to a Hawke or a Leapers scope you will be able to find one under 100 dollars easy. Trigger guard made of metal only thing thats not on the gun. Screws come loose due to recoil thread locker or even super glue can fix this. The negatives are all easily fixed.
What others should know:Rws ammo is very good in the gun and deep seating a bit doesnt hurt either. Artillery hold is very important when shooting this gun. Recoil is a beast learn to tame it. Pop can shooting has never been this fun. If your a novice it can be great to start out on. If you are an expert you should already have one. ;)
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