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Earn 140 Bullseye Bucks
List Price $179.99, Orig.Price $159.99 Save $20.00 (12%)
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|Max Velocity||700 fps|
|Cocking Effort||58 lbs.|
|Front Sight||Adjustable for elevation|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage & elevation|
|Trigger Pull||5.09 lbs|
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Things I liked: Great as the carbine! as a pistol its to heavy! used a dove to weaver adapter, and a offset leapers weaver mount, and a 3-9x32 Hammers rifle scope, the rifle has a scope stop plate on it to keep the dove from moving, and the weaver is not moving. dieseled a lot for the first hundred pellets, and was somewhat erratic on groups at 10 yards, but came in nice after break in. pretty much hole in hole now. I use JSB 7.87 pellets seem to work well. Trigger is good out of the box, and adjustable if you need to. adjustable stock for length, and comb height.
Things I would have changed: not much. the only thing would be the barrel lockup mechanism Hatsan uses. could be designed better, like the lockup on my stoeger x20 s2.
What others should know: This pistol shoots best as a carbine with a riflescope!!
Things I liked: Fun little gun, comfy to hold, I am right handed and I like the grips. I like it set up as a small carbine rather than the pistol. I like the threaded muzzle extender included, it helps with cocking.
Things I would have changed: The safety is a bit cumbersome. The dovetail is rather short and forward, I am looking for a (cheap) adaptor to maybe just to go weaver/picatinny that can set the scope further back. I tried a small 4x32 on the rails but it sits too far forward and interferes with the break action. A red dot probably wouldn't be an issue but I fancy scopes.
What others should know: Stiff spring to cock, noticeable when fired. It has a good kick but I have not yet broken it in fully. Trigger is not as nice as my other Hatsans but I haven't finished breaking it in. Can't say much for accuracy at this point as I have not been able to scope mine. Open sights tho, it did put them in ok groups. Overall I do like it, it has pretty good power for its size
Things I liked: Pretty much everything!
Things I would have changed: Pretty much nothing!
What others should know: I really love this airgun! I've had it for about a month now (it was a Christmas present) and I think my other airguns are getting jealous! There are however a few things worth mentioning: It has a pretty long break-in period. I've put roughly 750 rounds through it and it is a different gun now compared to when it was new. It really smoothed out nicely! Regarding muzzle velocity: I have the .22 version. It seems to prefer RWS pellets. Using RWS .22 cal. 11.9 grain wadcutters I get between 520 and 540 fps, which was better than I was expecting! :-) The trigger is great after you get it dialed in, which is easy if you've done it before. If you haven't, read up on the subject before turning any screws! I can't comment on the sights because I immediately put a dovetail-to-Picatinny rail adapter and a 30 mm single dot reflex sight on it. Accuracy is excellent! Overall, it's a very cool looking and solid breakbarrell that is really fun to shoot!! Highly recommended!!
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Does this have the recoil reduction mechanism like the pistol has?
Although it says it has the Quatro trigger, the trigger adjustment screws are totally different than what is shown in the manual. The manual and videos show 2 adjustment screws in front of the trigger. But this gun, as you can even see in the photo on this page, has 2 screws behind the trigger. So how do you adjust the trigger on this gun?
What .22 pellets do you suggest for highest fpe and good accuracy? Planning scope to it, what rings/scope is good combo?
|Max Velocity||700 fps|