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Average Customer Review4.0 (15 reviews)
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Things I liked:After a long absence I decided to purchase a pellet rifle and started w/ looking in big box stores for a rifle. I was not impressed w/ the products or the knowledge of the employees. I wanted a quality product but didn't want to spend a fortune.I also wanted a rifle that was relatively short and light for casual backyard plinking and target practice. In my research I ran across a YouTube video review of the Hatsan 95.I had not heard of this company but the young man in the video did an excellent job of describing the article's strengths and weakness. I was interested in the 95 but looking for something more carbine-like.I then found the Striker and decided to purchase. I really like the workmanship and quality of this rifle.Great value for the money.Quarter sized groups offhand at 10 yards w/ open sights out of box! I like this so much I going to get the new 95 Quiet Energy in.177 when available. Hatsan thank you.
Things I would have changed:Like many others I don't like the included scope and offering an upgrade at additional cost would be nice.I would also like a more detailed manual w a schematic drawing and parts list. The rifle would benefit from a better trigger such as the one on the 95.
What others should know:I just started to explore th accuracy of this rifle with a good scope and a variety of pellets and so far my impression is that this rifle is capable of much greater accuracy than I can produce w/ my shooting skills.I am very satisfied w/ Pyramyd Air for the service, selection and the wealth of information available.The will be my go to guys for airgunning needs
Things I liked:Wood stock. Accuracy and a decent stock.
Things I would have changed:A slightly less bulky feeling stock.
What others should know:I sighted this rifle at 25 yards and once I got the scope zeroed, I shot several ten shot groups. After the first group, I thought, "this has to be a fluke", but after shooting five more ten shot groups and tearing the bullseye out of the 10 yard airgun targets,(still at 25 yards), I could not have been happier with my purchase. I would highly recommend this airgun to my friends and family. My rifle is in .22 as it was the only caliber I did not own. All my other airguns are pcp's and I wanted to try a gas piston rifle. I beleive I have a great rifle at a very affordable price.
Things I liked:Very good looking gun.
Things I would have changed:It is horribly inaccurate. At the same distance, I can get great groupings with my Beeman RS-2 .22. This gun is all over the place. High to the left, high to the left, to the left, high to the right, in the eventual "group" near center, repeat. Harder to cock than the RS-2, and harder to close when done. Where with the RS-2 I can bring the barrel up and then gently close it with one hand, this one requires near-slamming to close. The barrel could eventually develop a bend due to the force required to close it.
What others should know:I have the .25 and use open sights. Like I said, it is a great-looking ammo-waster that will probably gather a lot of dust. I wish I had saved my $$$ and bought an equivalent Crossman or Benjamen product.