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Average Customer Review4.5 (64 reviews)
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Things I liked:Left handed grip
Things I would have changed:I was excepting more power.
What others should know:Again hard to site in, better manual would help
Things I liked:This is a well made pistol. I have the M25 in both .177 and .22. I am impressed with the accuracy of both calibers but for me the .177 has the edge. Tested with several brands of pellets the point of impact is the same with all pellets tested
Things I would have changed:The trigger adjusting screws are useless. They come bottomed out with no adjustment possible. The trigger pull is stiff and creepy. I can deal with it but a longer screw would make life easier.
What others should know:The hard cocking takes some getting used to but not a real problem for an adult.
Things I liked:This is only the second pellet pistol I have owned. The first was a Daisy 717, an accurate though underpowered gun. I enjoyed it for many thousands of shots but always wanted something with serious power but still highly accurate. The Hatsan 25 fit the bill perfectly. If you do your part, it is very accurate and will challenge your shooting skills very satisfyingly. For the price, this is a very good value. You'll have lots of money left for optical sights!
Things I would have changed:The grips are a bit narrow for my tastes and needs to support the hand better when cocking the pistol. It does take some strength so warm up before you start shooting! The trigger is a serious concern and took some work to get it how I like it. The adjustment screws did not seem to have much effect and were already screwed in fully when the gun arrived. Hatsan is promoting this trigger system aggressively, but it needs development. The XRS recoil reduction system is novel and does operate. However the fit of the rails between the grip and the receiver needs to be more precise. If the trigger is heavy, pressure on it will cause these parts to shift, affecting the sight picture during the shot. If you can get the trigger lightened down enough, it won't be a problem. I'd also add a hole for the weaver mount anchoring screw. Finger support for the left hand, on and ahead of the trigger guard, would be nice. Many shooters like to have the left hand a bit ahead of the right when shooting.
What others should know:This gun kicks a good bit! If you plan on mounting red dot or scope sights, take extra care. It has been a real challenge to keep them from moving while firing. I tightened as much as I could, but slowly but surely, the scope moves. Be sure to shoot a large variety of pellets from a rest to determine what your gun likes. It was amazing how different the results were. The pellet variety packs are lots of fun to experiment with and tell you a lot about your gun. After I settled on a particular pellet, the gun shoots very well. At 40 feet (in my basement) it will group five pellets touching each other (from a rest, with a pistol scope). It's a bit heavy for off hand shooting, especially with he scope mounted, but is very accurate and satisfying. These piston powered guns will begin to move before the pellet leaves the gun, so follow through is critical for accuracy.
Compatible with Hatsan Model 25 Supercharger Air Pistol
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