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Caliber: .22" (5.5mm), Stock: Synthetic, Handle: Ambi, Hatsan Vortex gas-piston powerplant: Smooth shooting, good hunting power!
1-year limited warranty
List Price $299.99 Save $60.00 (20%)
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Estimated in-stock date 11-02-20
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Benefits of a Vortex gas-piston powerplant:
Hatsan's proprietary Quattro trigger will surprise you with its adjustability and crisp release. Use your Hatsan 125 combo for plinking, shooting spinners, popping paper targets and dispatching small rodents at close distances.
The Vortex gas-piston powerplant is a smooth shooter that will make you a real believer! You'll enjoy much greater versatility and find that you're shooting more and more because of the smooth shooting characteristics that a gas-piston gun delivers. You won't be limited by cold weather, as a gas piston doesn't have the same problems with cold weather. Shoot year-round!
Please note: the cocking force for this air rifle is approximately 50 lbs.
|Max Velocity||1000 fps|
|Cocking Effort||50 lbs|
|Front Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Rear Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Scopeable||Weaver & 11mm dovetails|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
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Things I liked: Power is as advertised and the accuracy was a pleasant surprise. The big pieces seem robust. The report is not too loud and the recoil is manageable. The terminal performance with mid to heavy weight pellets is impressive (14.3gr - 21.14gr). Cocking effort is stout but I can cock it one handed. I'm about 150 shots into the break in cycle and it is getting better with every shot.
Things I would have changed: The length of pull of the stock is ridiculously long (and I'm 6'6" tall!). Then it comes with additional spacers! I will not complain about the weight. It is a full power magnum springer and it is what it is. Be aware it is as long and heavy as an M1 Garand! In my opinion the rubber recoil pad is too soft.
What others should know: I did the research before I bought it and I knew what I was getting into. With that said, the trigger blade snapped in half after about 30 shots. The trigger failed where the first adjuster screw hole was drilled through it. Hatsan customer service responded promptly to my inquiry. They agreed to ship me a replacement trigger blade and I had it in eight days. Results: entirely satisfactory.
Things I liked: Very well made and rugged. I took the rifle out of the box and put the scope in my tool box because I purchased this rifle to shoot open sights. I fired 8-10 round through it to eliminate the dieseling with the oil on the cylinder. I was using Crossman Premier 14.3 he pellets and I was getting a true 890 FPS. I plan to order some lighter weight JSB (around 13.43 gr) and recheck the velocity. This rifle shoots very well and is acurate! I have a 13 inch, tin pie plate hanging in a tree at 75 yards and I can hit that off-shoulder all day long. Also, this gun shoots flat compared to my other air rifles. Very nice rifle. I have not tried the scope but I understand they are not the best quality. NOTE - I also have a Walther Magnum air rifle made by Hatsan and could not keep scopes on the rifle. The recoil would internally damage the scope. If your thinking of another scope for this rifle make sure it comes with a lifetime warranty.
Things I would have changed: So far so good.
What others should know: Nothing. I am familiar with these air rifles.
Things I liked: The gun is quite accurate and pellet friendly. I have found all these to be very accurate- JSB 18.13; H&N Terminators; H&N Sniper Magnum; Crosman Premiers 14.3, both domed and hollow point, Hatsan, both Supreme and Express. It is powerful; up close it will shoot through a pine 2x4. Gun is well made and seems very solid. Noise level is medium loud, may not be advisable in an urban back yard. Cocking effort is not bad, about the same as my Crosman nitro piston Elite .22. I like the TruGlo sights even though I use a Leapers scope. The original 3x9x40 Optima didn't last very long. The gun would rate five stars overall, but for the trigger and scope. Following all the instructions on the web and in the enclosed literature, I cannot lower the trigger to to a point I like.
Things I would have changed: If Hatsan is going to enclose a scope with the gun, then add one that will last and raise the price. For me the trigger is poor; I don't think an average air gunner should have to tune the trigger to get the pull weight down.
What others should know: The gun is heavy, and more so with a scope; I wouldn't recommend it for hunting. The sniper model of the 125 is available with a suppressor and I would get it for urban shooting.
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What''s the best height dovetails to use on this gun ?
Use high scope rings.
What is a good scope under $100 that can not mess up because of the power this magnum air rifle has?
Look at the UTG/Leapers scopes.
I noticed the sniper version of this gun has a front sling stud as part of the stock bolt assembly. The regular stocked version has what seems to be a set screw to keep the front bolt from loosening. Is that how the sling stud on the sniper is attached? In place of the set screw? If so, is that sling stud available to purchase? Thanks.
All parts would come thru Hatsan USA.
|Max Velocity||1000 fps|