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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: I had to shoot this gun a lot just to get it calm. Then I tested velocity and it was low 400-450. Then I placed some thread beneath the breech seal and now I'm getting 520-540 with RWS Super H Points. That's a 14.2 great. Accuracy is good if I do my part. I was able to adjust the trigger to a point that works well but I have no way to measure weight.
Things I would have changed: I would like the sights to be steal.
What others should know: Even after fixing the breech seal, JSB's will only give me 430 fps. I think they're not tight and don't allow pressure to build before leaving the barrel.
Things I liked: Mine is in .177 caliber. Nice looking pistol by the way and well made. Very hard to cock in the beginning it will get better with use but it does require some effort. The sights are very good. Easy to sight in and adjust, the fiber optic provides excellent view. I used AccuPell (7.9 gr) pellets at 10 meters distance. The test took place inside my house and that was the longest distance available. I shot five pellets groups averaging 1.5" consistently. The occasional flyer here and there but most pellets stayed close to each other. This is not bad grouping considering the fact that the pistol is brand new and will take many shot before setting in. My feeling is that better groups could be achieved with a little practice and more use of the gun. The trigger was very smooth and came adjusted right. I definitely like the trigger pull. Overall, I think I got a lot gun and fun for the money. I recommend it if you don't mind the cocking effort needed.
Things I would have changed: Nothing. It's a good pistol and an excellent purchase for the money. At least mine is.
What others should know: I would recommend testing different pellet brands until you get the best groups with your pistol/pellet combo. This pistol is powerful!
Things I liked: Good power for .22, nice design, dove tail grooves fit a UTG 11mm adapter nicely. I mounted a 2 power scope and shot it a handful of times with no problem. However the stock rear sight screw vibrated loose and fell out! I'll have to Loctite that.
Things I would have changed: Dump the so called "XRS-Recoil Reduction System". When I squeeze the trigger and it fires, the entire trigger group slides rear ward with the action throwing off my grip. It may be just how I hold the gun but it when it goes off my barrel has a noticeable shift to the right. I'm going to epoxy my "XRS" to make it inactive.
What others should know: As stated in the description, the velocity is no where near 650 fps with .22 pellets. I used Crossman 14.3 HP pellets to test it against my Bone Collector Bull Whisper IGT and there's a very noticeable difference between the two which is to be expected. But at 30 feet it was quite effective on empty beer cans.
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My recently purchased Supercharger 25 has was appears to be a scope stop installed. Its a piece of flat and curved metal held in place by two plillips screws. It sits in front of the rear site and above the word Supercharger. When was this feature added and is it a scope stop?
What type of pellet and weight would be best or accommodating for this pistol? Would a scope be advisable?
Depends on caliber, in .177 I would recommend 7-9 grains, in .22 I would go 14-16 grains. I would check out this Leapers pistol scope, you'll need dovetail rings though to mount it onto this gun: Leapers UTG 1.25-4x32 SWAT Pistol...
Is the muzzle 1/2" UNF thread?
sources on Hatsan's website say it is.
|Max Velocity||700 fps|