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Caliber: .177" (4.5mm), Stock: Synthetic, Handle: Ambi
1-year limited warranty
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Hatsan Flash QE PCP Air Rifle
Finally take home a PCP of your own with the Hatsan Flash!
The Flash strikes just in time to join the ranks of accessible PCPs that don’t skimp on accessories and quality features. Quieted by Hatsan’s QE suppression and fueled by a fixed 165cc volume aluminum air cylinder, this backyard friendly rifle slings pellets downrange at speeds up to 1250, 1120, and 900fps in its .177, .22, and .25 calibers. This power corresponds to hard-hitting muzzle energy of 29, 38, and 40 FPE in .177, .22, and .25 caliber.
Each Flash features a synthetic skeletonized stock for shooting for all weather conditions, and keeps the weight down to a light 5.9lbs. Each includes a Weaver/Picatinny accessory rail for mounting a bipod, and a combination Weaver/Dovetail mount is ready for the optics system of your choice. The Flash features Hatsan’s 2-stage fully adjustable match Quattro trigger system, ensuring your trigger pulls break clean and smooth. Each caliber includes two indexing magazines and a single shot tray for placing precision shots.
If you’ve wanted to enter the world of PCP airguns but price has held you back, make a bolt for the buy button and make the Flash yours!
|Max Velocity||1250 fps|
|Muzzle Energy||29 ft/lbs|
|Scopeable||Weaver & 11mm dovetails|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/target practice|
|Max Shots per Fill||35|
|Cylinder Size||165 cc|
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Things I liked: The scope is actually a decent scope. I am not long range shooting so consider that in terms of my opinion. It is clear which is not what I found on some of the other guns I have purchased. On those I replaced the scope every time. A little bit of difficult time getting the scope mounted but could be due to the mount being different than the ones I typically use. Once I got it sighted in it has been accurate as can be out to the 20 or 30 yard range. The impact is more than adequate to dispatch of the nuisances quickly. I cannot say how it performs out to 100 yards. early on I had some trouble getting some pellets to load and one serious problem when everything was jammed. I thought I was going to return it but I got a stiff cleaning rod and got the pellet out. I also had some issues with the trigger not being able to be pulled. I loosened the release and so far it has only happened once. The last time could have been because I did not pull the bolt all the way back.
Things I would have changed: The bolt. It does not really want to go back and cycle down. It is so short that I have to put the gun and push it down with my hand and nearly every time I get my skin pinched. It may improving a bit as I use it but I am thinking of rigging it so I can use something to extend the bolt.
What others should know: This is my first PCP but second air rifle. I think this took a little bit of a learning curve. Oh I have probably 20 other guns of all calibers and have reloaded so I am familiar to a gun that works and shoots well and one that will not. I use H&N Barracuda Hunter and over the short range I shot it hits where I aim. Perhaps at longer range the accuracy might go to hell but I do not have that need. The gun is light and pretty quiet and shoots where I am so at this price I think it is a great deal. The small tank might be an issue if you like to shoot a lot. I just use it for pest control so might take 10 shots over the course of a week and the arrow is still in the green. I use a hand pump so having less air to pump is good both on my and the pump because I never have to pump so much that it starts getting hot.
Things I liked: Good looking gun, light ,powerful accurate,
Things I would have changed: Air supply to small, finish on metal surfaces looked like a kid applied it in dads garage. The cheapest daisey red ryder looks better. I realize this is probably not the norm. I wrote to return it for exchange. After 5 days of no response from pyramid air i got pissed off and requested refund which i have not yet recieved. Id rether have the gun, yet expect a company to respond to a problem as quickly as they took my money. My gun collection is extensive and want to get into airguns as a replacement. I will buy a bunch cause thats what i do. However pyramid air and i are not off to a good start.
What others should know: Cant say much as im new to pcp guns. But i have found that hatsan guns pack a lot of power for the money. I would recommend pyamid air and will most likely try them again.
Things I liked: Wow guys what a shooter! I can't say enough good things about this gun. I have purchased 11 different variants. The carbine is the best. I have not had the pleasure of using the Vectis yet. The 22 by far is the longest shooter. Put good slugs in it and forget about it. 50 yards is a warm up for that thing.
Things I would have changed: I know it's a common-sense thing but it should be in big print somewhere on the owner's manual be cautious of sunlight when the gun is full. All it takes is 10 minutes of direct Florida sunlight when it's full to 200 bar, pop cylinder seal! I've had two cylinder seals fail on me, this is pretty much the only common factor is that it was hot sunny days the gun was full and I had yet to shoot it.
What others should know: At a base price of 300 and 400 being a cap if you want wood furniture. Unbelievable features and performance for that price. And let's not forget that your money goes back to the proud nation of Turkey. Hatsan make some of the best shotguns on the planet and their quality spills over into their air gun division. Your prey doesn't care if it's an Air Arms or a Brocock or Daystate dead is dead and these weapons get it done. The carbine actually handles and comes up like an M 16. The gun balances out better when it has a substantial optic on it these things need to be over seven pounds to handle well.
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what pellets should I use for the Hatsan Flash
Will the standard Predator polymag fit in the magazine or should I get the shorts?
The polymag Shorts will fit the magazine.
Hello. What items are included in the purchase?
The rifle.fill probe ,2 magazines,a single shot tray, scope and rings, and a manual. There is no single shot tray in 25 cal.
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 Flash QE PCP Air Rifle with 1/8" BSPP connector (2M)
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|Max Velocity||1250 fps|
|Muzzle Energy||29 ft/lbs|
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