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Hatsan Sortie Semi-Auto PCP Air Pistol, Synthetic
PLEASE NOTE: Due to the contour of the grip, this pistol is for right-handed shooters only.
Building on the success the Barrage and Bullmaster semi-auto air rifles, meet Hatsan's first semi-auto PCP air pistol--the Sortie. Sure to satisfy lovers of backyard target shooting and small game hunting, the Sortie lets you take shot after shot as fast as you can pull the trigger.
Featuring a 62cc cylinder that’s simple to fill with a handpump, you can sling lead downrange at speeds up to 750 fps (650 in .22). To take advantage of this pistol’s repeating shots, Hatsan included 3 magazines (10 in .25, 12 in .22 and .14 in .177).
With the Sortie, you can keep your shots on target with the detachable fiber-optic sights, or use the combo Dovetail/Picatinny optics rail—a rail that deserves a red-dot for fast sighting and shooting. The ergonomic synthetic grip gives the Sortie full-weather capability, and ready to toss into the back of a hiking bag when not stored in your included hard case.
If you’ve longed for a PCP airgun that can shoot shot after shot, grab a Sortie and become the fastest air pistoleer on the range.
|Max Velocity||800 fps|
|Muzzle Energy||12 ft/lbs|
|Front Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage & elevation|
|Scopeable||Weaver & 11mm dovetails|
|Suggested for||Plinking & target practice|
|Max Shots per Fill||28|
|Cylinder Size||62 cc|
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Things I liked: That its a semiautomatic.
Things I would have changed: The size. Very large.
What others should know: Pellets that were recommended. 3 different ones and the pellets that came with it jam up the gun. So you have to pay attention if one dont come out and shoot again you will have two or more jammed up in the barrel. The clips are a problem. Very disappointed. Seems to have lost it power after maybe 100 shots. And with a full tank pellets bounce off the raccoons head. Ready to throw in Lake Erie but I paid to much. Try to get something out of it.
Things I liked: I love the fact it is a semi automatic air pistol. Tons of fun in the back yard but with a handpump I'm definitely building up my arm muscles playing with this thing. Accuracy is insane with fine size groups at 20 yds with a 4x scope mounted on top which I might switch to a 8 or even 12x due to bad eye sight and add a green designator as well.
Things I would have changed: Most definitely quality control in manufacturing and maybe a fix for the cycling issue but it seems the more rounds and oil I run through the less and less cycling is an issue.
What others should know: This is a great "garden pest" eradication device and quite enough the neighbors won't be bothered.
Things I liked: I love everything about it now that I was able to get the gun to cycle correctly. I'm talking 1/4 in groups at 15yd as fast as you can pull the trigger.
Things I would have changed: I would change how quality control is done on these airguns. After buying the gun and the gun failed to cycle after each shot as many have stated in the past. The gun was also very hard to cock and index the next pellet. This gun needs a hammer adjustment jam nut to prevent the hammer from backing out.
What others should know: Others have stated the gun does not index the next shot but I can dry fire it no problem, if this is happening then your hammer adjustment has backed out. You must take this guns barrel shroud off to expose the gas system that allows the gun to have semi auto function. You must carefully inspect where the holes in the shroud are for burrs and incomplete drilling scraps. I took mine apart and there were tons of metal bits in the grease jamming up the system. So i clean it all out and ran a dowel with 800grit sand paper down the shroud then some 1500 and 3000 to polish it. not there are no burrs and the gas system can be flicked with one finger and slide effortlessly. I applied some silicone grease to the gas piston and surrounding walls and put the gun back together along with a jam nut i made for the hammer adjustment. Boom, this gun is an accurate and powerful semi auto pistol!
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Right handed only?
Do you need a pal for ti own this in canada
Doesn't look like PA can ship it to Canada, so there are likely some restrictions there.
just acquired the 25 cal version of this gun, it jams every 1 to 3 shots . any ideas?
Had the same issue with my .177 Sortie I sent it back to Hatsan and they replaced a sring and did some adjustments all is work well now.
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 Sortie Semi-Auto PCP Air Pistol, Synthetic with 1/8" BSPP connector (2M)
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|Max Velocity||800 fps|
|Muzzle Energy||12 ft/lbs|