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1-year limited warranty
List Price $402.00 Save $102.00 (25%)
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. Ideal for plinking, shooting spinners, popping paper targets and dispatching small rodents at close distances.
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: Accurate, quiet, powerful. Real joy to shoot. Grew up with pellet and bb guns, and the neighborhood critters were really lucky I didn't have something like this. Great, cheap way to practice your marksmanship for the "real thing", right in your backyard. No one would mistake the sound for a firearm. But powerful and accurate enough to take out rodents at 50 yards or more (if you're really good).
Things I would have changed: Would probably be better to take some off the price and leave the scope out of the equation. It's not great.
What others should know: I don't see how it's possible anyone wouldn't love this. It's absolutely crucial to get a good pellet. The best I've found is the JSB Diablo 18.13 grain. They are incredibly accurate. I tried the JSB 25.something grain and beyond 20 yards they were useless. With the 18.13 I'm right on point out to 80 yards, and consistent. Other pellets were a really bad experience to the point where I'd have been questioning the accuracy of the gun if I didn't have my hands on the 18.13s before trying the other ones.
Things I liked: I bought this rifle from PA about two or three years ago which was several years after catching the airgun "buzz". The Hatsan 125 Sniper was the first airgun that I fell back in love with as an adult. I had air rifles as a boy, and bought and owned a few as an adult. However, the 125 really changed the way I looked at air guns. I personally like a metal spring as well, and in some cases better, than a gas piston. I like the open sights on the 125 and do not find it at all too difficult to cock. I love the look and feel of the stock, the suppressor does it's job (I have other Hatsan ultra mags to compare it with) I love the power, and I love the weaver rail which we are told are not standard but I have weaver rings on all of my Hatsan break barrels and under levers. The accuracy in my .22 cal 125 is also amazing to me for such a powerful springer.
Things I would have changed: Not very much. I always change out a bundled scope so I can not complain too much there. The scope that comes with it is adequate for beginners and actually holds up pretty well on springers. (I put the Optima that comes in the package on another cheaper springer of mine about two years ago). The gun is what it is, so there is no reason to down it for it's excessive weight. If it were lighter, it would be much more hold sensitive. If it were easier to cock, it would have less power. I honestly believe the gun is worth every penny. The sling works well, but I never use it. The only thing I can really say is that Hatsan calls their trigger adjustable, and while that is technically true, it is as good as you can get it right out of the box unless you go buy a longer trigger adjustment screw. What I'm saying is that you can not make it lighter with what comes on the gun.
What others should know: First off, BE CAREFUL if you decide to use a longer trigger screw. I have made some of mine match grade, but it is very easy to screw up so only go 1/4 turn at a time. DO NOT try to get it too light !! I now own 7 ultra mag Hatsans (3-155's, 2-135's,and 2-125's) and none of them came from the factory over 27.5 FPE. They are called 30 foot pound guns, but in my experience they are solid 27 foot pound guns. I have "tuned" five of mine up to 30 FPE or just over that, so it can be done with no noticeable change in accuracy or shot cycle. The guns are made solid, and can handle it. I also recommend this rifle in .22 or .25 cal. I recommend using two piece Weaver rings because they will always fit, and some guns have slightly different spacing between the indentions where the bolts run horizontally through the rail. If you take a scope and rings off of one Hatsan and try to put it on another Hatsan, you may have to loosen rings from scope and adjust slightly.
Things I liked: It's quiet. The trigger is consistent and pretty light. Power is great with little recoil. Super value. Take it if you have the chance.
Things I would have changed: The stock seems a bit on the cheap side. The cocking mechanism is still grinding away. I thought it would be don't by now. It is a bit heavy and maybe it is just the location of the center of gravity.(?)
What others should know: I have the.22 cal with the spring piston. It hits the target with a smack. I was surprised. I have backed off using it for hunt pests in the farmyard out buildings as I have punched holes in things I'd never admit to. I use a lesser gun or have been more selective on my targets. It is easily my most powerful & heaviest gun. It is heavy. But on top of that, it is the location of the CG. B/c the stock is feather light (almost feels cheap/ hollow?), the steel portion is 90+% of the weight and it is centered fairly far from the shoulder. To shoot well, I have to rest the rifle on something. The gun is so quiet! I have no idea where all the sound goes. I can hear a click of the trigger and the "hammer" and that is it...clicks. I can hear the air move, but it is not the lions share of the sound like it is on so many other guns I have. I have had for ~4 years now and it has been a good gun. I would buy again for another if that was something they would enjoy.
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what bbs do i use
You don't use BBs. You want to use the appropriately sized pellets. I would recommend JSB or H&N branded pellets.
Why can't I choose the caliber, I thought it was also .25?
Its is available in the Vortex 125 Sniper but not in the camo stock...........
hello,what is the highest muzzle energey of this air rifle in .22 calibre??
|Max Velocity||1000 fps|