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Hatsan BullMaster PCP
It is not recommended that the BullMaster be operated from the left-handed shooting position. The bolt located on the right-hand side of the rifle cycles with each shot fired and may cause injury if operated left handed.
*We do not recommend using Weaver mounts. Some weaver/Picatinny mounts may not fit the weaver sections on the rail.
Please Note: All Hatsan semi-automatic airguns are designed specifically for skirted pellets only. Slugs or other non-skirted rounds will not cycle properly.
The Bullmaster is Hatsan's answer to airgunners who want semi-automatic PCP airguns that combine fast shots, with high maneuverability and penetrating power.
This bullpup's claim to fame is its unique gas operated action (as opposed to electrical) which adds greater reliability and longevity than other semi-auto PCPs on the market. Loaded with features, the Bullmaster includes an 11mm Dovetail/Weaver scope rail and a Weaver accessory rail to mount a laser sight or flashlight. Built for accuracy, the Bullmaster features a rifled and choked barrel which is fully shrouded. These features add up to a gun that’s accurate, naturally quiet, and ideal for backyard target shooting or small game hunting.
Each Bullmaster includes 3 rotary magazines (14-shot .177 and 12-shot .22 caliber) so shooters spend more time shooting instead of reloading. The rubberized stock has 2 magazine carrying slots so the extra mags can be carried on the gun. The stock also features an adjustable comb, and grooved pistol grip and foregrip which houses the built-in pressure gauge. The removable 500cc tank fills to 250 BAR (3,625 psi) via the standard Hatsan fill probe. Power hasn't been sacrificed for size as the Bullmaster can launch .177 pellets at 1,100 fps, .22 calibers at 1,000 fps, and .25 at 900 fps. Each rifle includes a hard case for keeping your gun safe and sound when not in use.
If you want a Bullpup that can deliver fast semi-automatic shots, with ergonomic design and maneuverability, choose the Bullmaster by Hatsan.
|Max Velocity||1100 fps|
|Muzzle Energy||21 ft/lbs|
|Scopeable||Weaver & 11mm dovetails|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/target practice|
|Max Shots per Fill||60|
|Cylinder Size||500 cc|
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Things I liked: very happy with the gun. Accurate and no problem cycling the magazines.
Things I would have changed: Could be a little quieter and trigger pull should be a little lighter.
Things I liked: The look. Shoulders well. Accuracy.
Things I would have changed: Magazines are hard to remove from stock.
What others should know: Had to send first one back. Semi auto would cycle bolt but would not cycle next pellet from magizine. Pyramyd air was great to deal with sent replacement back and received new gun in less than a week.
Things I liked: the look
Things I would have changed: the WEIGHT !! The one shipped to me was even too heavy for the shipping packaging used. Weighing this much, it certainly should be offered in big bore caliber, all the way up to .50 cal. I believe that would be the only change that would justify the weight.
What others should know: I did not have a chance to give this gun a full and fair review, as it was damaged in shipment and I returned it unused. Had it not been damaged in shipment I still would have returned it for the simple fact IT WEIGHS WAY TOO MUCH FOR THE CALIBER, SHOT COUNT, AIR CAPACITY, AND LACK OF ACCESSORIES. I had planned on adding a large scope (and other things) to this gun, but it is too heavy to start with, out-of-the-box, to add ANYTHING! I never loaded or fired it, so its performance is unknown to me .....
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Before I break it... the spare mags shipped installed in the stock... they do not want to budge. Is there a trick to remove them? Or are they just THAT tight?
They are secured by a set screw. Need to loosen that first
How does the bullpump action affect the user? Is it too much noise to the ear? Is it too much vibration or recoil force to the shoulder? I have never used a bullpmup before, not sure what is the benefit of this design other than being compact.......?
Thanks Tyler. Due to the limited time sales event, I went ahead to get the Barrage model before I read your response. Your input is still very important to me in the future buying. I like the performance of Barrage, very tight group and accurate within 22 yards. The Barrage also has some recoil but manageable.
There is a little vibration when fired, but not much recoil. The rifle isn't terribly loud. A bullpup is made to be compact and easy to maneuver, that's really the appeal. You get full length rifle performance from a much shorter overall gun.
How is the accuracy compared to the Gladius? I have the BT65QE, and it is awesome.
The barrels come from the same place, and the accuracy I've seen from these has been comparable to the other hatsan pcp models
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 BullMaster Semi-Auto PCP Air Rifle with 1/8" BSPP connector (2M)
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|Max Velocity||1100 fps|
|Muzzle Energy||21 ft/lbs|