Hi: I just started using mine for indoor target shooting (I've had so much to catch up on). Two scopes and I can't adjust for the barrel droop (Two nice scopes also). I can't put a standard drooper rail on it due to the magazine so I'll try some dovetail risers with a drooper rail over it - Anyone else having this issue?
I have a hatsan barrage gun and the air is leaking out of the barrel and or slide Any fix for that?
Contact Hatsan you may have to return it for repairs?
Is there a way to lighten the trigger pull to like 4lbs or lower?
The trigger is non-adjustable because of the semi-auto mechanism .
Will Eun Jin .22 pointed 32.4gr pellets work with the Barrage mechanism?
How big is the tank in Diameter? I ask since if it's over 2" in diameter it'll be DOT regulated and require hydro testing every so many years, etc.
Emailed Hatsan and inquired, they said the O.D. is 60mm and doesn't fall under the same hydro standards as a scuba or paintball tank . " End of quote "
The tank cant be removed? How about you need to fix the gun or do maintainance and need to remove the tank? Is is possible?
You would most likely send it back Hatsan ?
Where can I purchase additional magazines?
They will be available shortly.
Can you use a Benjamin hand pump on this gun?
Yes but it would be quite a workout . Forget going to the gym.
you can, but you will need a QD adapter. Click on PCP Hookup tab and choose Benjamin pump. It will then show you which adapter you need to buy, and you can just add that to the shopping cart.
Is the tank removable to switch out with another? Is the trigger adjustable? Is it regulated?
Per Hatsan the tank is permanent and can't be removed . The trigger is non-adjustable due to the semi-auto mechanism . And it is not regulated also due to the semi-auto action.It is said that it can get up to 70 shots in .177 caliber.
will this be available in .25 at some time?
They are working on a possible 25 caliber but no release date has been set as of yet ?