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Hatsan Vectis Lever Action PCP Air Rifle
Continuing to push boundaries, Hatsan introduces the Vectis, magazine fed lever-action repeater. Built off of their highly successful Flash platform, the Vectis uses an easy to operate cocking lever that is built right into the trigger guard of the rifle stock. This allows for extremely quick follow-up shots without the shooter needing to take their eye off their target.
Coming with two magazines, removable fiber optic open sights, and Hatsan's Quiet Energy sound moderation system, the Vectis is ready to shoot right out of the box. Fill the rifle with air using the included fill probe up to 2900 PSI (200 BAR), and send your pellets down range with authority! Pushing lead pellets at 1150 fps in .177, 1000 fps in .22, and 900 fps in .25, produces stout energy that is perfect for small game hunting.
In the ambi synthetic stock, the Vectis weighs in at just over 7 lbs and 41.3" long, making for a solid package that isn't too cumbersome for a day in the woods. Whether your prey is small game or paper, the Vectis has the features, power and performance to get the job done!
|Max Velocity||1150 fps|
|Muzzle Energy||29 ft/lbs|
|Front Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Rear Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Scopeable||Weaver & 11mm dovetails|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/target practice|
|Cylinder Size||165 cc|
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Things I liked: Awesome PCP rifle I have the Benjamin Armada and the Hatsan Bull Boss but now the Hatsan Vectis is my new favorite PCP. I really like the lever action. I have a 22 Cal Henry and it’s a blast, and the Vectis is just as much fun but a lot cheaper to shot. It’s a little louder than I expected and although it has quieted down a bit some may question its back-yard friendliness. I don’t have a Decibel reader and my chrony is not working properly so I haven’t really “put the screws to it yet”, but I have shot 400 rounds through it in the 2 days since I received it. Not a single jam and every pellet went down range. Although I haven’t really tested the accuracy yet I did mount a CP red dot on it just to test the fun factor and consistently shot cans at 45 yards as fast as I could work the lever action. Did I say it’s fun to shoot? It’s light, ergonomic and easy on the eyes. I’m using the JSB Exact King .25 Cal 25.39 and there’s not question as to whether or not the can was hit. Hatsan states that its putting out somewhere around 40 FPE and by the sound of the pellet hitting that can I would have to say there’re spot on. I’m filling it with the Air Venturi Nomad 1. Inside 40 yards I can shoot 3-10 round mags and stay on target. When I get my chrony working, or buy another one, I’ll do some proper testing and get back to you. My opinion is that Hatsan knocked this one out of the park!
Things I would have changed: A manual would be nice. The manual that comes with the Vectis is not for the Vectis, it’s for the Hatsan Flash. I don’t know why Hatsan did this other than to wait and see if this PCP was going to be a “HIT” before spending the money on making a different manual. There are subtle differences though. Adjusting the trigger, trigger guard only has one access hole, lever action and cocking before the initial filling. The manual states do not cock when filling but the additional instructions state “cock before initial fill”. Instructions for loading the mag are not correct either, and if they are, they are somewhat confusing. Other than that, I think that Hatsan has done a superb job on the Vectis.
Things I liked: I love a lever action gun, so I have to get this when it came out. Came with 2 mags and iron sites. The 200 bar fill is great for and pumping and it is fairly accurate for plinking. Say a soda can at 40 yards. Last but not least the action is fairly smooth and short.
Things I would have changed: I can't understand why they didn't add a place for the extra mag, the plastic shroud on the barrel, this is 2019 why are you still using a prob? The fit and finish is way less than I have come to expect from Hatsan. This is one ugly gun when you get it up close and personal.
What others should know: I got about 30 good shots using 19 gr pellets, I am not sure how much the moderator helps I have an Sentery in .25 and this is just as loud not a backyard friendly gun. It's fun but not over 300 dollars worth of fun.
Things I liked: Lever action! I'm kind of a lever action nut. As soon as this was announced I had to have one. The lever stroke is fairly smooth and short. Very quick second and third shots. The rifle is not heavy, has lots of rails for accessories, and I love the tactical look. I may add off set rails for the peep sights when I install a scope or red dot. I had a problem with the first one PA sent. I was not able to charge it with air. PA had me send the first one back and sent a replacement back with a 10 for 10 test. This one charges fine with no problems. THANK YOU PYRAMYD AIR!!
Things I would have changed: The only thing I would change is the charging system. A foster fitting would be very nice.
What others should know: This is basically a Hatsan Flash. In fact the manual that comes with the rifle is for the Flash.
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Is this Hatsan Vectis PCP regulated?
Do not believe so.
To fill your PCP gun:
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2.If an adapter is needed, one will be shown
3.Add both to your cart to get hooked up
Hatsan Vectis Lever Action PCP Air Rifle with 1/8" BSPP connector (2M)
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Hatsan Vectis .177 cal PCP Air Rifle
Includes 2 magazines, single shot tray, removable flip-up sights, fill probe, and spare seals
|Max Velocity||1150 fps|
|Muzzle Energy||29 ft/lbs|