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Average Customer Review5 (65 reviews)
Things I liked:Top most is the stock. Beautiful walnut with nice checkering. Build quality is good for the price point. Accuracy is acceptable, once it has a tin of pellets through it, and the correct pellets are found.
Things I would have changed:First is the sope. It is a throw away. The open sights on mine could not be adjusted low enough to get the gun to stop shooting high.
What others should know:This is a heavy, fairly loud gun. Came pretty oily, so a cleaning was needed before the first shot. For the price it is a pretty good deal, but remember to add the price of an upgraded AO scope and rings in, unless you are using open sights.
Things I liked:Price - $150 Walnut Stock Power Accuracy
Things I would have changed:The scope us useless. The trigger needs longer adjusting screws.
What others should know:The gun is a steal for the money. Most people wouldn't want the gun any bigger. Not that difficult to cock. Hatsan quality control has been hit & miss. Have the gun tuned, especially if you are new to airguns or can't do it yourself.
Things I liked:The Hatsan 95 is a beautiful looking gun and very accurate. For $150 this represents probably the best airgun value in today's lower end market!
Things I would have changed:The scope is unusable so I gave it to 8 year old son. The trigger adjustment screws are too short and need to be replaced. The gun would benefit from a good tune.
What others should know:My set-up: Model 95, Leapers offset scope mount ($14.95) and Hawke 3 x 9 x 40 scope for $74.98. For < $250 you have a great set-up. The gun likes Crossman Preimers. Buy longer trigger (adjusting) screws at Home Depot for 50 cents - round & polish ends like originals. When done this is a $600 airgun !!!
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This product is out of stock. Estimated in-stock date 04-23-2014