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|Max Velocity||430 fps|
|Front Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Max Shots per Fill||60|
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Things I liked: This pistol feels great in the hand good weight easy strip down for cleaning very close to the real thing love the drop down mag this is a great piece to add to any collection.
Things I would have changed: Nothing
What others should know: Keep in mind it's a bb gun have fun with it don't expect to do as much damage to any target as a real firearm .
Things I liked: Nice weight and feel great sights and very good power. I only fired this gun once so far but it impressed me right away with steel BB's going threw one side of a soup can, nice! Metal and metal clip makes this very realistic. I was shooting at about 10 yards and got quarter size or less groups right out of the box.
Things I would have changed: A notch for the BB loader spring to hold it back while you load the BB's. I have to hold it while I load and if I let go the BB's fly out and a button for the clip release would be a great improvement . (minor stuff)
What others should know: A powerful and real BB gun I am very glad I brought this one. As always Hatsan delivers.
Things I liked: Looks of it and the fact that the mags hold the CO2. If a seal leaks replace the mag not the gun NICE
Things I would have changed: The trigger pull is long and difficult for young shooters.
What others should know: Looks dead on a Ruger .22LR pistol but does not fit the hand like one. Just a bit off. This gun is not as solid as I had hoped but that is my own expectation no fault of the gun it rattles around a bit in the hand. The barrel slides back and forth with each trigger pull much like the Colt Defender (CO2 version)
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can you mount a scope? /
Does this pistol have a realistic velocity rating? 430 fps is powerful enough to punch holes in large metal soup cans, but if it can't then hatsan exaggerated the muzzle velocity claim like slot of companies sometimes seem to do.
Expect about 400 fps average from a properly working gun at room temperature.
Is this model a full metal construction (with the exception of handle grips)?
|Max Velocity||430 fps|