1-year limited warranty
List Price $210.00 Save $40.01 (19%)
Want it delivered 12-09-2013
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Average Customer Review2 (4 reviews)
Things I liked:Nothing. This gun was just awful. The spread was all over the place and the trigger was very stiff. Ended up returning it.
Things I would have changed:Everything. This gun just doesn't carry the required value to even make it worth anything.
What others should know:Spend a little bit more and get an RWS Diana 34P. The gun is a night and day difference compared to the 1000S
Things I liked:Shoots .25 cal pellets. Light weight. Scope is included. You can see far with the scope. Good safety. I use the open sights the most because it is lighter. The trigger is good enough. Comfortable to hold. Almost as accurate as a .22 long rifle from up close. Gas Piston. Good power.
Things I would have changed:Horrible quality. I returned it because the gun fell apart when I cocked it. Gas piston is connected to a screw that is next to the trigger. Bad design. Bad quality. Barrel tends to rust with very little touching. The scope is cheap and made in China. Hatsan needs to stop selling this gun and redesign it.
What others should know:I am a good shot. I can hit spinning targets from a far distance with this gun. A .177 can't do that. I use .31 gram pellets. Pyramid Air has great customer service. My Hatsan 85 also rusted on the barrel. It's another manufacturing mistake by Hatsan. I am never buying guns made in Turkey ever again.
Things I liked:This is a very powerful rifle shooting an average of 846 fps using H&N Barracuda 10.6 grain pellets in .177 caliber when I checked it with my Chrony, pellets would easily go through an inch of pages on the phonebook. The rubberized texture on the stock felt good and gave lot’s of grip. The scope was never mounted but plinking bottles and cans at 10 yards was not an problem for me & my son. The rifle is long but but light enough so it never felt unwieldy and cocking effort which initially felt difficult seem to get better with use.
Things I would have changed:The stock is made out of plastic and it lasted for only 3 uses and started breaking on the left fore stock section where a screw goes through it on an extended shooting day last July 4th. We discovered pieces of plastic falling on the floor while shooting on this date and discovered this problem. The included bipod is for display purposes only. The trigger action is marginal at best, it just takes forever for it to fire due to the length of action; you will also feel the unevenness of the resistance as you are squeezing it which is very distracting.
What others should know:The gun is loud but we shoot indoors so it should be better outdoors; the recoil is very distinct, feeling more like a sharp slap, rather than a push. We did not get a chance to mount the scope so distances farther than 10 yards was never evaluated since the gun was returned to Pyramyd Air. I would recommend a whole range of pellet weights 10.6 grains and above since this rifle can really sling them out with velocity and you may find that it’s favored pellet might be on the heavier side of the 10.6 grains that I used. I ordered this gun with a 10 for 10 and Pyramyd Air got a pellet velocity averaging 943 fps using Laser 7.1 grain ammo; also ordered lot’s of ammo including the .177 H&N Barracuda 10.6 grain pellets which was the only ammo used and some maintenance supplies. This rifle deserves another chance with me but I would opt for the wood stock version (Hatsan Striker 1000x) of this gun. The velocity is outstanding and I would like to find out if the accuracy is there too. The customer service of Pyramyd Air is really very good. The rifle was returned once I got an RMA issued. PA stands by their products, take care of the customers and makes problems as painless as possible. I already have almost $200 in my cart for the next order consisting mostly of ammo so my son & I could play this summer.