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1-year limited warranty
List Price $449.99, Orig.Price $329.99 Save $30.00 (9%)
as low as $27/month
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The beautiful Turkish walnut stock will be the first thing that gets you. Then, you'll notice the highly adjustable trigger and the lack of vibration due to the unique shock absorber system.
Get the Hatsan Torpedo 155 airgun if you'd like to hunt, eliminate small garden pests, shoot spinners, pop some paper targets or just plink. It can do all of it!
|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: Havent had it that long. Beautiful rifle, very nice wood. Seems to be well made for the price. Again havent had time to thoroughly test it yet. Powerfull, shoots average of 725 fps with JSB Exact King .25 ca lo iber, 25.39 grains. As opposed to my Hatsan break barrel 135 vortex which gets 680 with the same pellet. Havent shot the 155 as much as the 135 so perhaps thst will chsnge. Seems to be reasonably accurate, nothing like my Marauder but certainly capable of killing squirrel size targets to 20-30 yards. Havent tried all pellets yet or given it a decent accuracy test. I have not experienced the falling of the cocking lever as others have.
Things I would have changed: The open sights are adequate but not the best. But for the money you cant expect high dollar sights. The trigger is not as good as on my 135. But perhaps adjusting and time will help with that
What others should know: This IS a heavy rifle. Heavier than my 135. It IS hard to cock. Not a big deal for me. 6' 195 lbs, 58 years old. But dont buy it for your 10 year old grandkids. For the money this seens to be a very good rifle. I would buy it again. I am happy so far with my purchase.
Things I liked: Accuracy is spot on.
Things I would have changed: Cocking Lever falls when gun fires. Maybe better latch for cocking arm.
What others should know: Looks and shoots great.
Things I liked: The velocity and power of the 25 cal from the 155 without the expense of Pcp equipment . This was my first underlever and i dont see me going back to break barrels again. Shots well, but has not been broken in yet. 1 inch to 2 inch groups at 25 yrds.
Things I would have changed: 1. Trigger is not the best. Adjustments are corky and instruction to adjust did not match. 2. Length of pull for this gun is long in relation to scope mounting. Getting the correct scope eye relief to length of pull may take some extensions. 3. The under leveler safety button can be a pain until you find a rhythm. 4 fit and finish could be better. I got runs in the finish of my stock.
What others should know: I am plesed over all. I listed a few thing i didnt like but for the power in 25 cal and being a under lever i cant complain. I dont have to pay 1000$ to 2000$ for a air compressor and tanks to hunting or shooting.
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Whats the difference between the torpedo 155 and the torpedo x1000
Anyone measured how loud it is (DB) ?
Never received answer. My Hatsan 155 cocking lever falls open when gun is fired this can not be normal. Anyone got a Fix
I found that the little recoil that there is in this gun was releasing the cocking lever. Tested that by using a couple rubber bands looped around the brass posts and pulling them backward to add more tension. I fixed mine by first downloading a exploded view from Hatsan's web site (https://hatsanusa.com/pages/exploded-diagrams). Then removed the brass release posts (parts 324 & 325), then you can remove the spring and keeper (parts 323 & 322). I stretched the spring to add more tension, then reassemble. Should have a stronger spring at the hardware store, seems to work for me at least for now. Wasn't hard took about 15 min.
I would recommend calling Hatsan USA or sending it back for a replacement
|Max Velocity||1000 fps|