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Hatsan Galatian QE Air Rifle

Hatsan Galatian QE Air Rifle

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Integral sound moderator really delivers a lot less noise with every shot. Hunt stealthily!Manometer (air pressure gauge) is integral to the 255cc removal air reservoir.Includes sling swivel studs, sling swivels and sling loops to attach a sling for easier carry in the field. Note the abundance of weaver rails to add a bipod, laser and flashlight. Load up your gun…there's room for all sorts of gear!The 2-stage adjustable Quattro trigger…once you try it, nothing else will do!Highly adjustable buttstock includes an adjustable comb and buttpad. Also, there's room to stow an extra mag, so it's handy when you need it. No scrounging in pockets or bags to find it.Your Hatsan Galatian rifle includes 2 rotary clips, hex wrench, degasser, fill probe o-rings and more. The .177-caliber clip is shown. It holds 16 rounds. The .22 holds 14, and the .25 holds 13.The Hatsan Galatian QuietEnergy includes an eggcrate foam-filled hard case (not shown) and a sling. And it's a robust sling, not something that'll give out after a few uses.

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  • Hatsan Galatian QE (Quiet Energy) air rifle
  • Precharged pneumatic
  • Repeater (16rds in .177, 14rds in .22, 13rds in .25)
  • Sidelever bolt-action with cocking indicator
  • 200 bar (2,900 psi) max fill pressure
  • Rifled steel barrel
  • Ambidextrous synthetic stock
  • Vertically adjustable comb
  • Textured grip and forearm
  • Fully shrouded with integral silencer (approx. 32% quieter than unsilenced Galatian)
  • Automatic, resettable safety
  • Integrated rail accepts Weaver* or 11mm mounts
  • 3 Picatinny rails on forearm
  • 2-stage adjustable Quattro trigger** (adjustable travel and pull weight)
  • Metal trigger and triggerguard
  • Anti-double-feed mechanism prevents more than one pellet from loading when gun has been fully cocked
  • Adjustable recoil pad (vertical, horizontal and angle)
  • Extra mag storage in the belly of the buttstock
  • Mounted sling swivel studs
  • Removable air reservoir has built-in manometer (air pressure gauge)
  • 255cc air reservoir volume
  • Rotating dust cover protects the fill port on the air reservoir
  • Aircraft-grade aluminum alloy receiver
  • Up to 48 optimal shots per fill in .177 caliber
  • Up to 42 optimal shots per fill in .22 caliber
  • Up to 39 optimal shots per fill in .25 caliber
  • Up to 24 ft-lbs. of energy in .177 caliber
  • Up to 36 ft-lbs. of energy in .22 caliber
  • Up to 40 ft-lbs. of energy in .25 caliber
  • Ideal for hunting up to medium-size quarry
  • Includes hard case, various o-rings, reservoir bleed valve, 1/8" BSPP probe with male threads, 2 rotary clips, sling, sling swivel studs, sling swivels and owner's manual

*Weaver mounts are not standard. We do not recommend using them.

**Your Quattro trigger may look different than the trigger shown in the manual. Bolt #3 may be located in the triggerguard

Hatsan's velocities are always with lead pellets, not alloy pellets.

If you find it difficult to shoot precharged pneumatic airguns in your home or backyard because the loud sound disturbs others, then the new Hatsan QE (Quiet Energy) series of rifles should be on your short list. The silencer is quite effective and integral to the gun (it cannot be removed). It's also a real boon to hunters, especially when trying to dispatch pest animals that tend to gather in groups -- rats, birds, mice, rabbits, etc. That way, you can more easily dispatch each one without alarming the others in the pack.

The Galatian is a quality rifle made by a company founded by an airgunner. When you open the box, you'll immediately notice the attention to detail that went into the design and manufacture of this air gun.
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Caliber0.177" (4.5mm)
Max Velocity1130 fps
Barrel Length17.7"
Overall Length43.3"
Shot Capacity16
Front SightNone
Rear SightNone
ScopeableWeaver & 11mm dovetails
TriggerTwo-stage adjustable
Suggested forSmall game hunting/plinking
PowerplantPre-charged pneumatic
Max Shots per Fill48
Body TypeRifle
Fixed/adj. powerFixed
Weight8.6 lbs
Cylinder Size255 cc
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By Amoulier from USA on 2015-08-05
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Things I liked: It's feel and look like a real firearm.

Things I would have changed: Nothing

What others should know: After 100 or so shots, the trigger became lose or something, because it get to the point that I have to almost squeeze it with all my hand to make it shoot. But after some adjustment to the trigger I managed to adjust it place again, or even better.

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By Don from USA on 2015-01-24
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Things I liked: Unlike so many other PCA rifles available today, mainly consisting of an action fitted on the top (or sometimes the bottom) of a tubular air reservoir. The Galatian's design is original, and uniquely different. Its design is not only appealing to the eye, more resembling the look of conventional powder burner receivers, but also contains of very clever, almost inspired mechanical design. Utilizing the mechanical advantage, gained through its side lever design. The Galatian's precision side lever/bolt action is uncommonly smooth to operate, near effortlessly, indexing the magazine, loading the pellet, & applying the safety, with each cycle of the lever. Having now experienced examining & testing 5 different Galatian QE rifles over the past year, in both .22 cal. & .25 cal., I can report that all the rifles I've seen, exhibited excellent fit & finish. I believe that these rifles are constructed of top quality materials, & for the most part, showed excellent workmanship in their construc

Things I would have changed: Although the Galatian rifles come with a sling & sling swivel loops, the provided setup is awful. The sling’s connector clips are awkward, they are to long & noisy, plus they have weak keepers. Although the positioning of the safety, is ideal, in regard for fast & easy release. Personally, I would rather not have an automatically applied safety. I feel that the piccatinni rails on both sides of the fore-end stock, makes the rifle seem to wide & blocky. Although these side rails have screws & are easily removed, the screw holes & mounting flat remains as an eye sore. The rail on the bottom is great, but I bet more people than not, would prefer that the stock be left more streamlined without them. The operating/owners manual, is arguably insufficient, actually erroneous in sections with incorrect illustrations of another model rifle shown. The only other draw back the rifle has, is it’s weight. Mine weighs over 12 pds. with the Hawke Endurance 4-16x scope & BKL offset spit-ring mounts. That weight only gets heavier as we age, lol.

What others should know: Unlike so many other companies that exaggerate their claims about velocity & power, it appears that Hatsan does not. All their rifles that Ive personally tested have truly met, or exceeded, their advertised velocities for that caliber. I can say that when using light pellets, all their rifles exceeded their advertised velocity. Although my experience with Hatsan has been problematic, as reflected in the number of rifles I've returned, the flaws which have been the causes of the problems I have experienced, have all been limited to accuracy (problems with the barrels) & breech seal O-rings. At present, both the .22 & .25 cal. Galatian rifles I now have, are both delivering about 45 ft/pds. of energy, while capable of easily shooting sub-inch single hole groups inside 50 yds., with very few fliers. In conclusion I have grown to love these rifles. For their price, I feel that these rifles are in a class of their own. Fully adj. stock, low profile, high capacity all metal magazines,& more

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By Keith from USA on 2014-05-12
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Things I liked: this is a classy looking rifle,the finish and blueing is top class.the action is smooth out of the box,the trigger is refined and needed no adjustment to suit my shooting has dual weaver and picatinny scope rails and bipod,laser or light mounts on the front end came pre charged so I could shoot it out of the box,4 mags later and I am never going back to springers or nitros again,quarter sized groups at 50 yards and I didn't even clean it least 40 good consistent shots per fill with a ton of power to spare at the business end,this airgun is a beast. very quiet when shooting,the new shroud does a great job,definitely back yard friendly.the impact of a pellet is louder than the discharge.i was very impressed,for this money you cant go wrong,my latest nitro piston with silencer is a lot louder. I haven't had it in the field yet but I am sure it will perform just as accurately as on the bench,I expect to get out between 75 and 100 yards with ease.I love it

Things I would have changed: this airgun is a heavy load in the front,the synthetic stock feels good in hand but the weight would wear you down in the field.all said I wont have to worry about breaking it in a hurry I will just get a bipod for it.the butt is also a little short and I am no monster,maybe a few shims would solve this for me

What others should know: just buy one,you wont regret one bit of it,you will wear your arms out pumping before you wear out any part of the gun,3 to 4 seconds between follow up shots will keep you fit and just looking at this gun will keep you happy

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  • Rod from USA asked:

    I just bought a Galatian QE, it is a very impressive PCP. I have a question related to trigger adjustment. When looking at other Quattro trigger adjustment instructions it shows 3 adjustment screws with corresponding holes in the trigger guard to reach them. On my Galatian QE there are only two screws and one hole in the trigger guard to access these. The owners manual is no help whatsoever. Anyone have any ideas on Galatian QE trigger adjustment?

    • Don from USA:

      The instruction manual incorrectly shows an illustration from another model. The 3rd screw is actually on the outside rear of the trigger guard & is a larger screw. The numbered orientation seems to be correct regarding individual screw function.

  • David from USA asked:

    What is the quality and reputation of Hatsan and particularly the Galatian QE? Is it as quiet as the Crossman Maurader ? Who make their scopes ?

    • Rod from USA:

      My Galatian QE is very high quality and design is excellent. I just sold my Marauder and bought the Galatian QE and I think the QE is a little louder than the Marauder. I prefer the Galatian over the Marauder hands down.

    • Don from USA:

      Hatsan's reputation here in the States, is largely based on perceptions acquired through service interaction with HatsanUSA, who seems to be an independent distributer for Hatsan Manufacturing in Turkey. The Galatian model is their flagship rifle, & the QE version now makes this impressive rifle more back yard friendly. I find the noise level on a par with the Maruaders.

    • Dan the Man from USA:

      Decent rifles, I like the Galatian the most of their pcp line up. It has a nice/smooth bolt system. The noise is very close to a Marauder. The scopes are Chinese, just like many other brands.

  • patricia spriggs from USA asked:

    It says all hatsan products are tested with lead pellets but what grain of pellet. Any one know?

    • alex from Canada:

      The test has been done with 7.9 gr on .177 and 14,6 gr on .22 version.

    • Erika from USA:

      It's typically the standard weight. 8.4 gr for .177, 11 gr for .22

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Item Description

Limited Quantities H-3GLT177QE [PY-3381-6492]
Stealthy hunting! 16rd repeater.
Caliber0.177" (4.5mm)
Max Velocity1130 fps
Muzzle Energy24 ft/lbs

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