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1-year limited warranty
Earn 330 Bullseye Bucks
List Price $359.99 Save $30.00 (8%)
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Only 2 left in stock
Do you like to hunt? Get the Hatsan Torpedo 150 underlever springer air rifle! The synthetic stock will stand up to rough use in the field much better than a wood stock. Adjust the 2-stage trigger to meet your needs and never miss again because of a bad trigger.
Ideal in any caliber for dispatching small, pesky rodents at short distances. Also fun for plinking, shooting spinners and popping paper targets.
|Max Velocity||1000 fps|
|Front Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Rear Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Scopeable||Weaver & 11mm dovetails|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
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Things I liked: This gun has power. H&N 19.9's average 750fps, JSB 25.3's average 680fps. The pistol grip stock feels comfortable and has sling swivels if you want to attach a sling. Sights are fiber optic and easy to use and don't disappear in dimly lit areas. The adjustable cheek weld stock is a nice touch and something that I use. Fairly quiet for such a powerful air rifle. Accurate.
Things I would have changed: I would break some of the sharp edges around the loading port. They are uncomfortable and make your fingers sore after a while. I would center the barrel better, I have to adjust the rear sight way left to get on target.
What others should know: Gun is heavy and fairly difficult to cock. The stock screws will loosen with use and should be removed and installed with Loctite on them. The loading port is too small for someone with large fingers and makes it harder to load than a break barrel. The limited room makes loading a pellet straight difficult. Not perfect but overall I really like this rifle.
Things I liked: The rifle had a .lot of power.
Things I would have changed: It is a bit hard to load.
What others should know: The cocking arm fell out of its holder when firing and its heavy to lug around.
Things I liked: Everything
Things I would have changed: Nothing
What others should know: This will be one of several reviews concerning this rifle. I’ll add a review every couple of weeks or so. I’ve been using firearms for years, retired from the military; I would consider myself an expert with firearms. I purchased this rifle, scope and pellets on Wednesday and received it on Friday. Love PyramydAir 2 day shipping. Unfortunately the rifle and the scope were severely damaged during shipping. It actually looked like the package had been dragged the last couple of miles. The customer service at PyramydAir is outstanding though. They sent me a new rifle, scope and pellets and I had them in 2 business days. I didn’t send the pellets back because they told me to just keep them. That’s was 60 dollars in pellets. Thanks PyramydAir. I took this rifle out of the box, examined it, it was in mint condition, and let me just say this; it is one awesome looking beast. Prior to shooting I gave it a once over and removed all debris from the barrel. I’ve read all the other reviews on this rifle (various other internet sites too) and I was anticipating a number of things; a pretty hard cocking effort, a loud report, heavy and “kicks like a mule”. The cocking effort is not listed on the description so I called PyramydAir and was told that it was the same as the 125. That’s a cocking effort of 50lbs, and that sounds about right because it’s harder to cock than my break barrels. This being said don’t let that hinder you from buying this rifle. I shot it about 75 times the first night. I place the butt of the rifle on a waist high table use my left hand to push the button that releases the lever, and then cock it with my right hand. It does take a moderate amount of effort to cock, but once you develop your own technique and unique cocking style, it’s easy. I’ve been shooting about 75 rounds per sitting. I’m using the Exact Jumbo 18.13 recommended by PyramydAir. Thanks again PyramydAir. I’m using the UTG leaper 3x9x40 and it only took 6 shots to get it scoped in at 18 yards. I placed cans at 30 and 50 yards and aimed center mass. I turned the 50 yard can length wise so the only part of the can visible was the bottom. I was shooting standing up while leaning against the wall. A little high at thirty and dead on at 50, definitely the most accurate air rifle I have ever shot and it’s not that loud. The first couple dozen rounds were louder but has quieted down now. I ordered a 4x16x44 UTG Leapers because I think this air rifle has some serious potential. At 15 yards this pellet goes through an inch of cedar. Recoil…. I have it pulled pretty tight in my shoulder so I really don’t feel that much recoil. My wife shot it several times at 15 yards, standing up leaning against the wall; all 3 shots looked like one bigger pellet hole. She did make a comment about the recoil though. The one thing I really like about this rifle is that it is not very hold sensitive like all other air rifles I have shot. I shoot this like I would a regular firearm; I rest it in my palm and pull it pretty tight into my shoulder and lean against the wall or a tree or the prone position and BANG. So far the pellet is hitting pretty close to where I put the cross hairs. As far as the trigger go’s, I was surprised a few times when I first fired it, wasn’t expecting that easy of a trigger pull. I have quite a bit of experience with all types of air rifles and this is the sweetest trigger yet, and it is a 2 stage adjustable. Haven’t attempted to adjust yet but I plan to in the future. For those of us who recognize the benefits of an easy trigger pull will definitely appreciate this one. I’ve shot about 200 rounds now, same pellets, same results, quieter, little easier to cock, if utilizing a tight hold I don’t notice the recoil, using a loose artillery hold the recoil will be noticed. This is a high quality, excellent shooting air rifle. This is in my opinion, the Browning 308 of air rifles. Can you buy a better, more accurate, air rifle, of course you can, but why spend 800 dollars if you don’t have to.
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Can the front sling attachment be switched to the right side?
Got the rifle yesterday. When I shoot it the cocking arm falls out of its holder. How can I fix?
Is the brass detent engaging when you close it? Make sure that detent is in the locked position before shooting. If that doesn't do it, I would give Hatsan a call or send the rifle back.
Im new to air gunning so i was just curious what is a anti bear trap?
The anti-bear trap is a mechanism built in to keep the rifle from firing until the break barrel is closed or in this case the underlever . A safety measure.
|Max Velocity||1000 fps|