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Hatsan BullBoss QE
The Hatsan BullBoss QE air rifle has everything you could possibly want for your next hunting trip, or even a fun day of shooting out in your backyard. The ergonomics and versatility of the bullpup stock design make for a really comfortable shooting experience, and the integrated QE technology adds stealth to this airgun. Fully loaded with practical features like the Picatinny rails, detachable air cylinder, anti-double pellet feed and 2-stage adjustable trigger, get yours today and enjoy the accuracy, power and speed you've come to expect from Hatsan.
|Max Velocity||1170 fps|
|Muzzle Energy||27 ft/lbs|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/target practice|
|Max Shots per Fill||40|
|Cylinder Size||230 cc|
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Things I liked: Ergonomics, Accessory rails, removable cylinder.
Things I would have changed: Cheek piece is too high.
What others should know: I waited a few days to get to know this rifle before reviewing. This is my first PCP and only second pellet rifle ever! Yes, I started with a 10-pump daisy and jumped right into the PCP world. No "ragrets," this thing is sweeet! Incredible accuracy and power right out of the box. The magazine did not index after my first shot; however, I am technologically inclined, did a little research, and found that he lever may not be fully engaging the teeth of the magazine. I took the cover off of the mechanism and sure enough, the lever needed to be tweaked just a bit to make better contact. I actually bent the lever closer to the magazine with a pliers and could feel the quality of the steel used on that piece. After bending the lever in about 1mm toward the teeth, the magazine indexes flawlessly every time. This does not seem to be a common problem on these rifles, though. Also, get a fill station, this thing is too much fun to wait to fill with a hand pump.
Things I liked: First off I am new to this type of rifle(pcp), chose this because of all the good reviews and wanted a 25 cal., rifle is great, hard hitting, side lever is smooth in operation. Loading is easy, overall great gun
Things I would have changed: Reduce weight somewhat
Things I liked: Quiet, powerful, accurate, balanced, exchangeable cylinder. My .22 cal averaged 967 FPS and 37.6 FPE over 10 shots. 1" group at 50 yds with same 10-shot group, using JSB Exact Jumbo Heavy 18.1gr. Adjustable trigger is nice. Took mine from stock 4.5-5 lb pull down to just under 3 lbs with a solid, consistent pull. Very quiet gun in my opinion. This is about as powerful as you can get while still being backyard-friendly.
Things I would have changed: Anti double-feed doesn't work for me. I've double-fed several times and cocked without loading as well. Seems to load OK once you get a feel for the mechanism. Bolt must pull all the way back until you hear and feel a solid click. A chambered-round indicator would be nice. I don't care for Hatsan's auto-safety. I'd prefer the option of a manual safety. Again, it's not so bad once you get used to it, but it slows your follow-up shot rate. Needs high scope mounts. Adjustable cheek comb is no good for me. It's hard enough to get a clean sight picture at its the lowest setting.
What others should know: This was my first try with PCP airguns. Very pleased so far. My Gamo break-barrel .22 can't come close. I was between this and one of the Maurauder variants (Synrod and Armada) and felt this one gave me more bang for the buck (literally). The bullpup design balances well, even though the gun is fairly heavy. Very accurate with the right ammo. TEST LOTS OF DIFFERENT AMMO. I tested 14 different pellets with 40 yard groups varying from 1" (JSB Exact Jumbo Heavy 18.1gr) to 8" (Gamo Hunter Impact 15.43gr). I thought I was hearing a super-sonic crack with 12.65 grain H&N Hollow Points. They measured 1100 FPS but could only hold a 5" group at 40 yards. Lighter (sub-10gr) might go supersonic, but don't expect much accuracy. It likes heavier ammo. I got 2.5" groups, 853 FPS and 41 FPE (best FPE of all) with 2 different JSB 25.4gr pellets. Hill MK4 keeps it charged, but this old man has his eye on either a Shoebox or Air Venturi Power Booster.
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Can anyone confirm my suspicion that the hammer spring on the rifle is not adjustable?
update from Hatsan: they claim the hammer spring is adjustable. Exactly how to adjust it is another story.
does anyone know the thread pitch on the end of the shroud??
How many shots can you get in a 900 range with a 25 grain jsb and how would you rate the sound
As we already posted an answer we wanted to add some related testing. We have tried to get up to 900 fps and the most we could reach up was a chrono peak of 866 fps…no more. With no mods, as it is the way we expected because it was advertised as such. We contacted Hatsan, and the 970 fps, is meant to be with a 19.91 gr pellet. The ‘super-smarts’ now will come saying yes but if you do this or that….we are talking about as the rifle was advertised and as you pay for that with sound money. Also, maybe weird but it is the way it works in ours. In the rifle we received, the adjustments for hammer spring and trigger are “the other way around.” It means clockwise adds fps to the hammer and less pound to the trigger. Yes…yes..sss…. we know you smart one think we did it wrong… No…we did it the way it suppose to be done locking the hammer, etc, etc; and even removed the stock to check….but it works anyway. The rifle is accurate and still hits hard, but now you know. Our sidelever also came all with rust in the inside’s arm, thus we had some extra work there too by removing it and adding some oil.
Bullboss . 25 caliber. Tuned the hammer spring around 860 fps; also the trigger to 2 pounds with almost no first stage, just a little. Standing on a bipod, 35 yards and JSB 25.39 gr, shot 36 good shots (center of the target) with speeds from 864 to 814 fps. Average 840 fps, as the only 814s were the last two 35 and 36 shots. After that, still had 5 not bad shots, 1 to 1 1/2 inch (795 to 765 fps) till reaching the limit of 100 bar. Even after that went down to 90 bar (not recommended) in order to finish up the magazine all the way to 45 shots, last one was 756 fps, and yet hitting very hard, with a 1 1/2 inch shot. Stopped there and refilled. Sound was 68 db, in the backyard. Maybe we got a good one, but it seemed to me that with such numbers there is no need of regulator but just a spare cylinder. Hope it helps to answer your question.
It would depend on the caliber with .177 shot count could higher than say a 22 or 25 caliber. My Gladius in 25 caliber can easily shoot pretty close to two clips in the 900's . As far as the sound its more like a spring noise than anything else (very quiet ) back yard friendly . There are many videos on the internet that can give you an idea of the sound (more like a ping ).
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Hatsan BullBoss QE Air Rifle with 1/8" BSPP connector (2M)
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|Max Velocity||1170 fps|
|Muzzle Energy||27 ft/lbs|
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