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Hatsan 125 Air Rifle, Camo Stock

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Hatsan 125 Air.

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  • Unique, industry-leading hunting.
    Unique, industry-leading hunting patterns by Mossy Oak Break-up Country designs.
  • TruGlo's fiber-optic front.
    TruGlo's fiber-optic front sight adjusts for elevation; rear sight adjusts for windage & elevation.
  • Hatsan's SAS (Shock.
    Hatsan's SAS (Shock Absorber System) reduces vibration and increases the life of the gun, optics, and accessories.
  • Hatsan's two-stage match.
    Hatsan's two-stage match trigger offers three-point adjustment to control the trigger load, firing cycle positions, and trigger travel.
  • Hatsan 125 air rifle
  • Spring-piston
  • Breakbarrel
  • Single-shot
  • Rifled steel barrel
  • Integral muzzlebrake
  • 2-stage adjustable Quattro trigger (adj. for trigger-pull weight and travel)
  • 11mm and Weaver optics rail
  • Fixed TruGlo fiber optic front sight (red, 0.060")
  • Fully adjustable TruGlo fiber optic rear sight (green, 0.035")
  • Anti-beartrap mechanism
  • Automatic safety
  • Monte Carlo buttstock
  • Raised right-hand cheekpiece
  • Textured pistol grip and forearm
  • SAS (shock absorber system) that reduces vibration
  • Triopad rubber recoil pad with 3 stock spacers to adjust pull length
  • Camo synthetic stock
  • 8.40 lbs. (gun only)
  • Includes 3-9x32 Optima scope and mount

A complete hunting kit with a camo stock to allow for a stealthy approach.

The 125 model has Hatsan's proprietary Quattro trigger, which has superior adjustability and a crisp release. While made for hunting and pest elimination, feel free to also use it for plinking, shooting spinners and popping paper targets.


Please note: the cocking force for this air rifle is approximately 50 lbs.

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Caliber0.177" (4.5mm)
Max Velocity1250 fps
Barrel Length19.6"
Overall Length48.8"
Shot Capacity1
Cocking Effort50 lbs.
Front SightFiber Optic
Rear SightFiber Optic
ScopeableWeaver & 11mm dovetails
TriggerTwo-stage adjustable
Suggested forSmall game hunting/plinking
ActionBreak barrel
Body TypeRifle
Weight8.4 lbs
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By Lee from USA on 2015-04-28
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Things I liked: What a BEAST! This is NOT your run of the mill pellet rifle. I have the .25 cal version and it is a real power house. The gun is large, heavy, and very well made. It also has great balance and it feels like a proper rifle in your hands. The recoil of this springer will shock you the first time you pull the trigger on it. I've put about 200 pellets through the barrel so far and the accuracy at 25 yards is good and getting better. The gun is still pushing oil and dieseling from time to time, so I can only imagine how good it will be once it is fully broken in.

Things I would have changed: It's really hard to get close enough to the scope to get a good image. The scope could be better and the scope stop needs to be moved back or the stock shortened. The gun is really hard to cock because of the massive spring that powers it. Making the barrel 2 inches longer would give you more leverage, and make the gun even more accurate in the process. The gun could really use a sling as well.

What others should know: My hips and thighs are bruised from cocking this thing. I have figured out that it is much easier to put the butt on the floor between my feet to cock it rather than beat my hips up. This gun is probably too much for kids or small women and is not a good choice for plinking. This is a serious small to medium game hunting rifle.


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By Irish-American from USA on 2015-04-04
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Things I liked: I have this in .22cal open sights are amazing and true really like the numbers they have on the elevation makes it easier to do a range card when all you use is open sights, everything is awesome. Shot a dove at 53 yards with it last week.

Things I would have changed: Nothing

What others should know: it may take some time to get it shooting straight had to put 400 pellets down range before I had any form of grouping but once I did I'm now shooting at 50 yards open sights after a little over 500 pellets sent through it. I shoot Crosman Premier hollow points in mine may try another pellet just to see if I can't get any better grouping.


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By james from USA on 2015-02-13
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Things I liked: This rifle is awesome. Was looking for something lighter than the hatsan 135 I bought to carry in the woods. This is it in 25 cal

Things I would have changed: Nothing

What others should know: This is now my favorite rifle. Hard hitting camo is great looking. Does need a different scope. No problem putting new scope on it with the money i saved buying this rifle. Thanks pyramid air. You are the best.


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  • wade from USA asked:

    What is the cocking effort of this gun in standard spring and with Vortex spring?

    • Todd from USA:

      Mine was a coil version and was 45lbs. That was peak effort measured with a real scale, not a bathroom scale which is what most people use and get all kinds of different readings. The gas spring I don't know, but people seem to be complaining the Vortex guns are lower powered so no doubt easier to cock. Would love for more people to post cocking effort and FTLBS energy, but only with reasonably accurate equipment.

    • Dan the Man from USA:

      Standard, around 38 lbs. Vortex, 36 lbs.

  • Jan from Canada asked:

    Will the weather/coldness affect the shooting and accuracy? Sometimes it gets below 0 but mostly its -4 to +20

    • Chevota from USA:

      It's true about the lube, it thickens and slows the piston. All depends on what's in the gun now but you could simply add thin oil to it as-is. To be sure I'd take it apart, clean it (preferably tune it) and use a very thin grease and/or thin oil. Imo the main problem is the lube on the receiver/compression tube because the piston and main seal have to plow thru that lube, so when it gets thick from cold it can make big difference. Lube on the spring no doubt contributes, but minor imo. So thin lube on the all those parts and for chamber lube. I'd suggest 0wt synthetic for max power and min effect from cold. The pellet has to plow thru any lube in the barrel so using 0wt chamber lube will help there as well. Piston buttons will help since they hold the piston off the receiver so less contact period, plus that gun should have buttons imo due to its design, and especially so if using 0wt oil. Buttons are easy, I can explain if interested chevota at hotmail for that and complete tuning info, free to anyone btw. Other than that I don't see any reason for the cold to affect power, but I've heard many people say accuracy changes which is very believable.

    • Tyler from USA:

      Yes it can. If you spend a lot of time with the gun in the cold, the lubricants inside the gun can begin to harden which can affect your velocity and that would mess with your accuracy.

Item Description

H-125C177 [PY-2971-5759]
Hatsan Model 125 Air Rifle, Camo Synthetic Stock, .177 Cal
Caliber0.177" (4.5mm)
Max Velocity1250 fps

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