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1-year limited warranty
List Price $300.00
Estimated in-stock date 11-02-2014
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Things I liked:The hatsan 100x has a nice balance and is not difficult to load. With The 10 for 10 it was shooting 11.9 hobbies at 900 fps.
Things I would have changed:the sights are a little bulky.
What others should know:little recoil and feels balanced.
Things I liked:What do I like about this gun? Well, everything! Excellent manufacture, beautiful wood, perfect balance and extremely accurate once you learn how to control the tremendous recoil. Mine is .177 caliber and this was my latest acquirement from PA. Lately I've been into PCP air guns but I still like the 3 under lever I have and it's in my plans to purchase a break barrel. This gun is not only beautiful but also a high quality product that you can notice in the smallest detail. The security system is impeccable. The main reason I love this gun is its accuracy. I mounted a very good Leapers UTG 6-24x50 scope and at 45 yards what I see I can hit. The trigger was a little heavy outside the box but I didn't touch it, and it smoothed after a couple hundred shots.
Things I would have changed:This gun is heavy. Very heavy and it deserved to come with a sling and although it came ready to install a sling the sling didn't come in the package. I tried to purchase a Hatsan sling but PA does not have it for sale and that is a big disappointment.
What others should know:This is not the ideal gun for someone recent to air guns. This gun is a power house and has tremendous recoil which makes artillery hold a requirement to get some accuracy. Only when you are comfortable using this beauty you will see how accurate it is. I can shoot a dime time and time again from 45 yards away now but it needed a small learning curve to become one with the gun.
Things I liked:Fit, finish & overall quality of the metal & walnut stock is very good-to-excellent-especially at this price point. Unique sliding barrel loading arrangement doesn't appear to sacrifice accuracy and eliminates the possibility of injury should the bear-trap mechanism fail.
Things I would have changed:Man, this thing is heavy-especially with a decent size scope mounted! Also, while I've read positive comments about Hatsan's trigger, compared to my Beeman rifles' triggers (R7 & RX) the Hatsan's pull is noticeably heavier and (so far) I've been unable to adjust/reduce the effort significantly. Otherwise the trigger action is not, but to me it's not nearly as pleasurable to use as my Beeman R7's Rekord. Also, while my .22 caliber rifle's relatively high velocity and hard-hitting take-down power may be great for hunting, I'd be willing to trade a little less power and velocity for less cocking effort and a somewhat smoother firing action. A also don't understand why it's necessary to have to depress a button under the rifle in order to return the cocking lever, for the barrel design would appear to eliminate danger to the shooter due to bear-trap mechanism failure.
What others should know:Based on what I've read it sounds like Hatsan's more expensive (and more powerful) Torpedo "super magnum" under-lever rifles are even harder to cock and fire accurately, which is why I chose the 100X. I also agree with what Rick Eusler has said about Hatsan products tendency to be be somewhat "crunchy" out of the box, but that they generally smooth-out with use.
Compatible with Hatsan Torpedo 100X Air Rifle, Walnut