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0.22" (5.5mm), 450.0 fps, Synthetic, Right, Black
Use for plinking and target practice. RH grips.
Max velocity of 450 fps, which is 150 fps slower than the velocities shown on the Hatsan catalog, manual & website. Testing done with 11.9-grain pellets.
1-year limited warranty
List Price $160.00, Orig.Price $129.99 Save $5.00 (3%)
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Average Customer Review4.5 (57 reviews)
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Things I liked:Power is impressive but it is truly useless w/o scope ability.
Things I would have changed:Weaver or pic rails instead of useless dovetail. Sights move along rail when firing gun. So far, with five sights/adapters, tried out using my wasted purchases and their equipment all of which work on their various pistols. These include Leapers one piece Accushot, Sportsmatch Extra High, Bklone piece and two different red dot's.
What others should know:I have tried 5 dovetail scopes from Red Dot to Edge Pistol Scope and a weaver adapter too and NOTHING sits still on this gun. Every single one of these sights or adapters have crept down the barrel. Some after every single shot, no matter how tight, no matter if I used loctite. Nothing. I really like this gun and w/o a sight to shoot at further targets I feel I'm not getting the use of the full power this gun has. In fact I feel like I've been tricked. Why put a dovetail on at all if nothing works? More honest to advertise that it is non-scopeable as this is truly the case. I'd like to mention that three of the sight choices were "guaranteed" by a pyramid expert to "not creep at all". Offset dovetail adapter - et al. Anybody have better luck? I want to LOVE this gun but w/o sights I just am moderately impressed by the power (which can't be actually used to full potential)
Things I liked:felt heavy but strong, the sights were very good, the power was very powerful for a pistol, the trigger was good, accuracy was another story
Things I would have changed:the one I got had a defective breech crown, it was not correctly machined at the factory, I used a 20x stereo scope to be sure, the pellets did not go in all the way and sat crooked, the work around was to push the pellets in further and that worked giving acceptable groups on target, but I chose to return it and get the webley alecto
What others should know:this could have been a fun pistol, the specs and actual product should have been great, I made a 16 inch barrel extender out of 1 inch copper L tubing and heater core hose to help with cocking, if you got a good one its probably great, but the one I got was unacceptable, check the breech crown
Things I liked:* Quality - it's built very well. This is my second Hatsan and I'm very impressed with the quality of their products. * Price - seems very reasonable for what you get. * Sights - I like the TruGlo fiber optic sights they include with the pistol. * Grip - the pistol fits my hand well, and considering the size and weight of the pistol, it's very well balanced.
Things I would have changed:About the only thing I would change is that I would like a nitro piston option like I have on my Hatsan 125 Sniper.
What others should know:I bought this in .22cal, my second .22 Hatsan (125 Sniper was my first). It's a huge pistol, though not so big that I can't hold it and shoot it with one hand. The cocking effort is much stronger than my 125 Sniper, but considering the additional barrel length on the rifle, that's not surprising. I don't know if it's the same for everyone else, but this pistol is loud - much louder than my 125 Sniper and is also louder than my Crosman 1322. Where I live, I can only get away with shooting a pellet gun if it doesn't sound like a .22 rimfire - this was getting close to that level of volume. My 125 Sniper is considerably quieter. I was hoping I could shoot this at home, but due to that sound, I may have to keep it for other places, including my local indoor range, which does allow pellet guns. Overall though, this is a fantastic pistol. The size seems a bit daunting, but it's very well balanced, so holding it seems less a chore than you might think. Accuracy so far seems to be right on, but knowing I have those adjustable TruGlo sights is a big bonus. I think it's a great pistol and a worth addition to any collection.
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Compatible with Hatsan Model 25 Supercharger Air Pistol