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Hatsan Flashpup QE PCP Air Rifle
With big power in a small package, Hatsan enters the fray of affordable PCPs with the Hatsan Flashpup, a compact and highly-maneuverable version of the full-sized Flash PCP Air Rifle.
The Flash PCP platform strikes just in time to take advantage of a slew of accessible PCPs that don’t skip on quality features and accessories. Powered by a fixed 165cc volume aluminum air cylinder with a 200 BAR fill pressure (2,900psi), the Flashpup slings its rounds at speeds up to 1250, 1120, and 900fps in its .177, .22, and .25 calibers. This power corresponds to a delivery of 29, 38, and 40 fpe in .177, .22, and .25 caliber.
The powerplant is set into a finely grained ambidextrous hardwood stock that includes a pistol grip and adjustable cheekpiece to ensure proper eye relief and a comfortable hold. Resting under the foregrip is 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 Flashpup features Hatsan’s celebrated 2-stage fully adjustable match Quattro trigger system, ensuring your trigger pulls are to your preference and break clean and smooth. Each caliber includes a single shot tray and two indexing magazines so you can spend less time reloading and more time taking shot after shot. Taking advantage of Hatsan’s QuietEnergy (QE) system, the Flashpup uses a fully-moderated barrel to quiets your shots, making it an ideal backyard target shooter and small game hunter.
Hatsan enters the affordable PCP market with a bullpup that provides the same quality features and design of higher end PCPs. If you’re ready for a highly mobile, backyard-friendly shooter that goes anywhere you can, bolt for that buy button and make the Flashpup 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: Every thing I have 4 rifles and this is my favorite the precision of this gun is right there. I can make 7 shots in a quarter sized hole at 50 yards with the air arms 16 g pellet. I love this gun I wan to get one in 25 cal next
Things I would have changed: Nothing for the price range. Keep up the good work hatsan
Things I liked: I bought the 22 cal and getting more power than advertised. With H&N Baracuda I am getting almost 900fps and could get more with hammer adjustment (37.43 ft-lbs). Baracuda have also been my most accurate. 1/4" 5 shots at 20 yards. Crosman Premier HP are not bad at 20yrds to get in target practice. I also liked the Piledriver 5/8" at 20 yards but first shot was off - 3/8" with 4 shots. I liked the short length, light feel, distribution of weight, fill prob being the same as Bullboss, single shot tray, QE back yard friendly sound, Picatinny rail top and bottom (Picatinny a must for me), pressure gauge on the side, and Quattro Trigger is great!
Things I would have changed: I would have liked a poly shock in lieu of the wood. Wood scratches to easy. My stock came with factory defect a spot that looked like they used steel-wool to clean a stain booger off then sealed the stock before fixing the light spot. More air capacity (but that would change the length). Better mag's. Both of mine hang up when loading pellets into the chamber. I like the Bullboss mags but would make those as thick as Flash mags and equip both rifles with the easy to load mags.
What others should know: First adjust your trigger to how you like it, then the hammer spring. I learned that from setup of Bullboss. It shot without pulling the trigger because I adjusted hammer first then trigger. Then the hammer would not stay cock after miss fire because the trigger was set too light. Also adjusting the trigger seems to affect the air rifles power (both Hatsan's). Four stars overall because there is room for improvement with the stock and mags. Four stars for Accuracy may be unfair as I have only shot at 20 yrds and have used 9 different pellets. Best in order for me Baracuda, Piledriver, Premier HP, Sniper, Eun Jin (not the pointed ones). Bad ones for me Crow Mag, Field Target, Rabbit Mag, Ruger Super Point
Things I liked: Heavily built, reliable, quiet... easy to mod
Things I would have changed: Easier ordering of parts from hatsan versus current parts request system. Throw up an online store for those bits already. Notify your factory to lessen the depth of the routing of the inside of the butstock. Had a hairline crack on either side of the rear mount screw. Easily repaired but QC!
What others should know: Throw in a huma regulator, dial your hammer to 6 turns. Squirrel Devastator.
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Are medium or high scope rings recommended? The rail looks a little high compared to some other bull pups.
Depends on your scope, Personally, I prefer high rings on this gun as it gives me a little bit more comfortable cheek position, but your mileage may vary
Is this gun power adjustable? Thanks
There are no external adjustments. But you can adjust the hammer spring tension after removing the stock
Will Standard Predator Polymags fit in the magazine?
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 Flashpup QE PCP Air Rifle with 1/8" BSPP connector (2M)
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|Max Velocity||1250 fps|
|Muzzle Energy||29 ft/lbs|