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Average Customer Review4.5 (78 reviews)
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Things I liked:Just got another hatsan 95 this time in .22 caliber. It shooting well using the front sights out of the box. Lots of power little recoil and quality is great.
Things I would have changed:nothing.
What others should know:after about 250 shots I'd start looking for a pellet it likes,takes a while for the dieseling to ease up so get a cheap tin of lead pellets to break it it.The scope can be adjusted any way you like so don't give up on the scope so easily.
Things I liked:Very well made and plenty of power.
Things I would have changed:Has been very hard to site in with iron sites.Still not exactly right on.
Things I liked:The price is awesome for a 0.25 pellet rifle. It shoot accurately, no issues with function so far. If you have a heavy grain pellet it will pierce thru 0.5 inch solid board at ~35 ft. The scope is serviceable but needs some time to adjust and tune. I generally love this gun, it's heavy and packs a lot of power which is why I got it. Raw power... and with great power comes great responsibility... be careful and have fun.
Things I would have changed:Um... just understand that this monster requires a lot of strength to cock. You were warned. It does however gets slightly easier after 25 shots and you do learn to be more efficient with the process.
What others should know:This is a tough rifle to shoot standing up (it's heavy). I would suggest getting a rest bag or some other setup to rest it. This heavier pellet went thru the 0.5in. board: Benjamin Destroyer .25 Cal, 27.8 Grains, Pointed, 200ct. It wasn't total clean pass thru but you get the idea. Let's just say any small/mid size game that you're hunting will go down pretty nicely. Or if they are hiding behind a 0.25 inch board they're still toast... hahaha.
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