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Caliber: .22" (5.5mm), Stock: Synthetic, Handle: Ambi, 3-9x32 scope & mount; your pest-elimination combo
1-year limited warranty
List Price $150.00, Orig.Price $119.99 Save $20.00 (16%)
|Max Velocity||800 fps|
|Front Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage & elevation|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
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Things I liked: I received my Hatsan Edge Vortex .22 Cal. on the 1st of May. I started by breaking in the .22 Cal with the 14.3 hollow point pellets with open sights. After about 50 to 60 shots I started dialing in the sights. After about 10 shots I had it shooting 5 round groups of about 1.5 at 15 yds. The info says this rifle has a cocking pressure of 30 lbs. well I have an Air Force springer that has a 31 lb. cocking pressure and this is above that I would say around 35 – 36 lb. cocking pressure. So I tried shooting a ½” pine boards and it went through that at 15 yds. and again at 30 yds. like a drill bit. This will kill. After another 40 – 50 shots I installed the scope, this was an interesting job, first it shot to the right 5” and 4” high, having had problems with the mounts on other air rifles and turned the back mount around 180 so the tightener was on the left side and it shot 6” to the left and 4” high, though four different changes in the scope mounts nothing would bring it within 4” of t
Things I would have changed: Scope mounts, My suggestion would be to go and get a separate set of Picatinny mounts for the scope if the ones that come with it do as mine did.
What others should know: This one is the real deal folks for the money I have not had a Air Rifle that has more power than this one. I also shot across a holding pond to see how far the pellets would carry and shoot at a down angle of 15 degrees at a 125 yd spot this rifle pellet carried to 100+ yds now that is very good in my estimation.
Things I liked: This gun for the price is amazing super powerful super accurate my first five shots without even sighting it in we're Within a quarter inch group at 15 yards and I shot straight through a three-quarter inch Pine board this gun coupled with a Centerpoint 4 x 16 x 40 will shoot all your needs if I could have give it 100 Stars I would have
Things I would have changed: The second stage on a trigger is a little long and a little stiff but I haven't attempted to adjust it yet because it's a brand new rifle
What others should know: Spend the money you guys this one is worth it
Things I liked: I like the polymer stock it makes it light weight And I don't have to worry about rain & mud. The scope is working good once I got it sighted in, this rifle is a pile driver it will take the critters OUT w/ no problems!
Things I would have changed: Nothing you can't beat it for the price!
What others should know: Mine likes the light pellets ( H&N field target trophy 19.91gr .25cal).
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can u ship to Puerto Rico?
unpacked this rifle and shot a round of about eight shots. Has anyone had a problem of cocking this rifle. I am 6' 2 and 230 and it takes all that i have to cock this rifle.
It will probably get easier with more use. Out of the box, most break barrels are stiff.
I have the 125 sniper and it has a stout cocking effort too. I weigh about the same as you.These are true hunting rifles .10 rounds or less out hunting.We will have to eat more wheaties.Forget weight lifting buy one of these rifles.
What is the weight of the pellet used to measure fps for the .25 cal.?
I have a 125 sniper rated at 750fps and shoots a 25.39 JSB Exact at a high of 665.69fps and a low of 648.19fps. Maybe this helps.
|Max Velocity||800 fps|