*Some items excluded. Can be combined with free ground shipping on orders $150+, to the contiguous US. Expires 6/1/19, @ 3:00 a.m. EST
Roll over image to zoom in
1-year limited warranty
List Price $799.99 Save $50.00 (6%)
as low as $66/mo with
Only 3 left in stock
Hatsan Galatian Tact Auto, Semi-Auto PCP Air Rifle
*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.
Hatsan’s flagship PCP just underwent its newest makeover as a semi-automatic shooter that slings a new round as fast as you can pull the trigger, set into a revamped tactical stock. This Turkish based manufacturer is investing heavily in semi-auto air rifle tech with their previous efforts the Barrage and Bullmaster. The Galatian Tact Auto put this technology to work once again with stunning effect.
Holding 14, 12, and 10 shots across its three calibers, the Galatian Auto is built to sling lead fast and hard with maximum velocities of 1020, 950, and 870 fps respectively with 40-50 shots on a full 255cc cylinder. These high speeds equal powerful knockdown energy--as much as 20 FPE in .177, 29 in .22, and 33.5 in .25. These rounds travel down a fully-shrouded barrel, precision rifled and choked for accuracy. Each airgun includes 3 magazines per package, along with a hard case to keep your investment protected.
Hatsan began as a successful shotgun manufacturer, and this heritage is plainly visible in the styling of the Galatian Auto. With its removable rear stock and three separate accessory rails, this PCP has tactical shotgun written all over it. The Galatian highly-adjustable stock allows you modify the length of pull and cheekpiece to find your ideal cheek weld when sighting downrange. You can even remove the rear stock for a highly maneuverable setup that allows you to hold the Galatian like a pistol-grip shotgun, and the all-weather stock features prominent sling mounts for the included sling.
Moving in optics choices, the Galatian Auto is range ready right out of the box with removable fiber-optics sights with a strong red and green contrast. However, if you really want to take advantage of the Galatian’s long range, mount up a scope to the Weaver/Dovetail combination rail, get zeroed in, and start shooting!
Hatsan’s Galatian Tact Auto has crafted a tactical semi-auto PCP built into the vanguard of the Hatsan line. No matter if you’re hitting the range or the trail don’t be without the fast-firing Hatsan Galatian Tact Auto.
|Max Velocity||1020 fps|
|Muzzle Energy||20 ft/lbs|
|Front Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Scopeable||Weaver & 11mm dovetails|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
|Max Shots per Fill||50|
|Cylinder Size||255 cc|
Create an online review and share your thoughts with other customers
Things I liked: Serious .22 power, tactical design and look, accuracy, dovetail rail/weaver rail, semi automatic rapid fire.
Things I would have changed: Weight make lighter, lower cost by at least $50.00
What others should know: Heavy rifle. This is NOT a toy. Offers some serious shooting with serious knockdown power and accuracy. Try the JOB Hades .22 pellet. Expensive but features somewhat justify the cost to a point.
Things I liked: Accuracy. The looks. 3x 12 round magazines. 3 minute hand job on the pump and it's full.
Things I would have changed: the trigger is way too heavy and has no feel to it.. Magazines need to be loosen and you need to file the hole where da pellet comes out. Fill your mag and try pushing pellets out witl a nail and you see where it gets stuck. File that aluminium untill your pellets are moving freely :) I only get 25-30 shots per fill. I guess i have a leaking o ring in the bottle This gun have no shrouding on the barrel as advertised. The "shroud" on this one is just a cover tube for the semi auto action mechanism. So not a shrouded barrel as this design does nothing to suppress the sound.
What others should know: I added a diy supressor witch made my tactical galatian nearly silent. Just one problem. The suppressor creates back pressure witch stops the gun from loading a new pellet.. it will cycle the action but will not load pellet's. So with the supressor it's acting like a bolt action gun with super loose and fast reloading due the fact that the gun loads the spring and you just need to move the hammer so a new pellet will cycle in to the breach. I'm guessing that there are too much back pressure so the magazine cant cycle or the bolt moves too little to let the magazine cycle? This gun has a free moving hammer so the hammer cocks back but the pellet pusher moves less..i'm trying different suppressor designs to see if i can overcome this backpressure problem and be able to shoot silent semi auto..
Things I liked: This thing is SO awesome!!!!! Semi-auto is certainly a big one for me. fairly powerful, and very quiet for its power. Looks pretty sick in my opinion and feels like the assault version of an air rifle. neat adjustable stock.
Things I would have changed: I honestly don't really find any fault in this gun. The trigger is on the heavy side, but this is a heavy gun....anyone that wants a sweet rifle w/a lot of energy and shots per fill will be strong enough for it to not be a problem. Of coarse, it is expensive but comes with 3 mags and good hard case AND a sling with swivel studs already installed plus good open sights!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Those things make a big deal to me.
What others should know: If you are having trouble filling it w/a hand pump, as is the case with all pcp's that need an adapter that you screw on to the probe, just tighten the female adapter and the fill probe up and it will fill perfectly instead of the air coming out the end of the hose. Oh and by the way, I am 5' 10" and the length of the gun is about perhaps 39 or 40 inches at my preferred adjustment so still a decently compact gun. I haven't used a scope with it cause I live the open sights so can't brag about accuracy, but it seems pretty accurate.
Create an online review and share your thoughts with other customers. Show Other Reviews
Can I keep this gun in my closet with a full charge of air for an extended time ?
Does it have a shrouded Barrel? How does it compare in noise to the BT65?
Yes the barrel is shrouded. Loudness should be similar
Hey Tyler waiting on a review man...waiting a long time to see what this gun does ...totally interested in this ...when can we expect a review
Not sure. Might be a while...have a lot of products in the pipeline for reviews as is.
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 Galatian Tact Auto, Semi Auto PCP Air Rifle with 1/8" BSPP connector (2M)
To start over click reset
Includes 3 Magazines, Sling, and Hard Case
|Max Velocity||1020 fps|
|Muzzle Energy||20 ft/lbs|
Only 2 left in stock