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2X Earn 1000 Bullseye Bucks
List Price $899.99, Orig.Price $649.99 Save $150.00 (23%)
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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||1070 fps|
|Muzzle Energy||38 ft/lbs|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/target practice|
|Max Shots per Fill||35|
|Cylinder Size||230 cc|
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Things I liked: Mine has a few issues but I like to improve my guns. Hammer adjust threads were sloppy and loose.Red loctite barely holds screw where I want it. Next accuracy was not good no matter what ammo I tried.Removed to recrown since it was horrible and I found that two lands had dents from tooling and machining.Sent Hatsan pics and they will replace the barrel free of charge. So besides that I shoot 19 shots from 2800 down to 2200 pushing 25 grain at 880fps average. I can get 33 shots before poi starts a noticible drop. So 4 full mags hunting is completly useable but I hand pump so 19 rounds is plenty.On a bipod the gun has alot of flex.Everytime I shoot I have to check zero.If moved or bumped the gun is off.Tried several scopes and mounts.Had to shim my scopes and pellets clipped the baffles.Found the barrel is bent. The at44 short tube fits and works great in it and also lowers the guns weight.tried tuning the gun to shoot 33 grains at 900fps but the system stock is not capable.
Things I would have changed: The plastic mounts that support the scope rail to aluminum to eliminate flex and movement. Quality control so bad barrels don't make thier way on the guns.Come up with a bullpup style sling.
What others should know: Its an awesome walking through woods short to mid range hunter.Plenty of power and shot count.No a bench gun.Too much flex and trigger is not great. Was not enough adjustment to get 33 grains higher then 820fps.more hammer preload lowered the fps. This was my experiance.The black friday deal $442 shipped well worth it.Paying full price I would be very dissapointed.Stick with a 3x scope cause a 4x is too long range for this gun.
Things I liked: While not as quiet as the Umarex Gauntlet, which is exceptionally quiet, this is very backyard friendly. Just make sure you have a substantial backstop, because this gun is very powerful. For plinking, I have been using Crossman Premier Domes, as they have been very accurate and consistent for me and are very cost effective. I have also tried the Eun Jin 28.5 grain pellets, which just fit the magazine. The 10 shot average chronograph results were 1030 fps with the premier domes (33.7 fpe) and 785 fps with the Eun Jins (39.01 fpe). I am looking forward to trying the H&N piledriver and the JSB ultra shock to find the ultimate hunting pellet. So far, I am happy with the accuracy and energy that the Eun Jins provide. As far as accuracy goes, I am very happy. This is my first bullpup, and I am loving it. I paired it with a Hawke Vantage 4-12x40 scope. With crossman premier domes, shooting off hand, I am hitting 2" x 3" pill containers at 30 yards without missing a shot.
Things I would have changed: I wouldn't change much, this gun is amazing as is. Yes, the gun is noticeably heavy when you first pick it up. However, when it is shouldered it is very easy to manage, as most of the weight is in the butt of the gun. It is easy to shoot off hand, but maybe that is partly because I was shooting the Torpedo 155 off hand, which is quite a challenge. Also, it would be nice to get 40-50 usable shots between fills. I have heard that regulated cylinders provide 40 usable shots, but to get set up with an extra cylinder with a regulator you are looking at a whopping $250. I think they could lower the price of replacement / extra cylinders. If I could get an extra air cylinders for around $100, I think I would regulate 1 of them and then be able to get 70 good shots between fills and have 2 cylinders dedicated to high power shooting. Of course, I would have to get 5 more magazines too... I will wait until Pyramyd Air is offering a good sale.
What others should know: I can get 30 usable shots per fill, however, I have been refilling with my Hill MK 4 hand pump after 20 shots, as the gun comes with 2 magazines. It takes 10 pumps to bring the line up to pressure and 50 more to reach maximum pressure. Granted, that is not a huge shot count, but it does not take much time and effort to refill. It also provides me with a quick easy workout, which I actually like. This is an accurate, powerful, and fun shooting airgun. The stock has a nice rubberized heavy duty but comfortable feel... great gun. This was my second airgun from Pyramyd Air. I started experiencing some problems with my Umarex Gauntlet. I also ordered a scuba yoke and 6 marauder magazines in some following orders so as to maximize my Gauntlet set up. I could not find any of my paperwork with the return forms, and I was expecting to get hit with a lot of restocking fees. Not only did they take back everything, but I was credited for a straight up swap to step into the Bullboss.
Things I liked: ordered mine in .25 . its a at44 long in bullpup stock, so that says it all, quiet powerful accurate ,sturdy and of course heavy.it does shoulder better than my at44 ,less weight up front.
Things I would have changed: add mag holder
What others should know: if you are going to use a pellet trap make it a powder burner style ,this thing hits hard hard hard. and thanks p.a..had a small problem with mags you guys and gals took care of it with no hassle and supper fast, happy holidays too you, and many more to come.
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Will the air tank off of Hatsan at 4410qe interchange with the bully boss I've been trying to call Hatsan for a week now to figure this out and can't get a reply just curious because I have the 4410 and I've got the bowl boss on order in 25 caliber
I have a Hatsan Bullboss .22 with a UTG Leapers 3x12x44 scope and elevation maxed out sighting in at 25 yards.
Can anyone confirm my suspicion that the hammer spring on the rifle is not adjustable?
Do not cock gun on Bullboss, everything else in video below is correct
Hammer spring is adjustable, Gladius & Bullboss are the same, here's how..... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pX3kqEol4Ag
update from Hatsan: they claim the hammer spring is adjustable. Exactly how to adjust it is another story.
To fill your PCP gun:
1.Pick a source of air shown at right
2.If an adapter is needed, one will be shown
3.Add both to your cart to get hooked up
Hatsan BullBoss QE Air Rifle with 1/8" BSPP connector (2M)
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|Max Velocity||1070 fps|
|Muzzle Energy||38 ft/lbs|
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