Hatsan 95 Air Rifle Combo, Walnut Stock air rifle
|Price:||$144.99 - $224.02|
- Warranty: 1-year Limited Warranty
- Incl. 3-9x32 Scope & Mount
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Hatsan 95 air rifle Spring-piston Breakbarrel Single-shot Rifled steel barrel Quattro 2-stage adjustable match trigger (adj. for trigger-pull weight, first stage, second stage & length of travel) 11mm optics dovetail Fixed TruGlo fiber optic front sight (red, 0.060) Fully adjustable TruGlo fiber optic rear sight (green, 0.035) Anti-beartrap mechanism Automatic safety Ambidextrous Turkish walnut stock Checkered pistol grip and forearm Rubber recoil pad SAS (shock absorber system) that reduces felt recoil 7.80 lbs. (gun only) Includes 3-9x32 Optima scope, mount, scope lens covers and hex wrench ... ...
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The rifle arrived today in a plain brown box.
Inside was the manufacturers box.
First impressions out of the box (and sealed plastic bag).... a quality weapon.
Shoots strong and accurate.
Nice red/green sights.
Scope is ok, but I am not qualified to rate it
Bit of a pain to mount.
Main reason for this brief review is to provide some photos of this quality air rifle.
I will update after shooting some rounds through it.
I originally ordered some bog standard .177 hollow point pellets to use with this rifle.
But this was not the right choice. These pellets are way to light for this rifle and clearly went supersonic (faster than 1100 fps).
The loud "crack" when I fired was the tell tail sign.
Since then I ordered and received some Haendler & Natermann Baracuda Match .177-Calibre, 10.65 Grains Round Nose Pellets.
A much better choice for this rifle, especially in a semi -urban setting :-)
I am still a novice, but from my research, pellets above the speed of sound are not a good thing.
I also upgraded the optics. The scope received with the rifle is serviceable, but I was lured to an optic with better features.
This is what I went with; UTG 1-Inch 3-9X40 AO True Hunter IE Scope with Zero Locking/Reset WE, Rings and Lens Cover
Super clear optic with a nice feature set.
First, the gun is made in Turkey, NOT CHINA, and the steel is German Steel. The stock alone would make this gun worth at least $300.00. It's solid Turkish Walnut with checkering on the forearm, and the pistol grip, and the checkering is as fine as you would see on expensive guns. It has a Gold trigger with 3 separate adjustments. Now about the trigger....I noticed there was about 1/16" play on both sides of the trigger. I thought I got a bad gun, as I have never seen a trigger that moved side to side like that. I called Hatsan and talked to tech services and emailed them twice. I also called Pyramid Air and talked to Tech Services. This is the conclusion. It is normal (and I quote) for there to be about an eighth of an inch of play from side to side . That's 1/16" on each side. Hatsan told me the triggers all their guns are like that. I've never seen that before, but after shooting it today, it wasn't an issue. I could only find one blog talking about the play in the trigger. Oh Well...I think I can live with it. I had to remind myself that this is not an $800.00 gun.
The barrel fits very tight up against the cylinder. (Nice quality fit) The scope is an "Optima", which Hatsan told me is made in China. It is a 3-9X32 with a duplex reticle, but it has no AO. But it gets the job done. You may want to upgrade to another scope. It's OK, but it's not a Leupold or Nikon. The optics are nice and clear. The gun comes with a scope stop mounted on it, but I had to turn it around in order to close the distance on the eye relief. It has fiber optic sights, and see through scope mounts. I tried the fiber optic sights today and they work great. Very easy to see. Nice recoil pad. I had a Gamo Showstopper, 1400 fps and I took it back for a refund. I don't have a very high opinion of Gamo air guns.
Even though there are a few things that aren't quite up to high standards, it's more a matter of some tweaking and minor adjustments. You should also remember that an air gun that costs $150.00 is not going to have a $200.00 scope on it, but if your on a budget like I am, I don't think you'll find a nicer air gun in this price range, or even some higher priced air guns that I looked at.
All in All....For the price it costs, you can't beat the quality of this gun. It took me 22 shots to zero the scope in, but when I did I was hitting bulls eyes at 20 yards, and putting some pellets through holes I had already made. I forgot to mention, It also has a rifled barrel.
BUY THIS GUN.......YOU WILL NOT BE SORRY.
NOTE: It is a little heavy. 8.5lb.
AMMO: Beeman Kodiak Match .177 Pellets @ 10.65gr.
UPDATE: I have taken this gun shooting twice since this review, so here's what I have to say.
I tweaked the scope and it's holding dead on, point-of-aim just fine. The trigger has a little too much pull force to suit me, but I'll try to adjust it next time. I was hitting empty 20ga. shotgun shells at 20 yards with every shot.
I REALLY can't say anything bad about this gun. Every time I go to the gun range, and come home, I am extremely satisfied with the choice I made.
Also, I researched the factory where this gun was manufactured, and I can say that it is a STATE OF THE ART factory with CNC lathes, computerized machines and all the modern equipment of the best high tech factories you could ever find anywhere. It's in Izmir, Turkey, on the coast of the Aegean Sea. Beautiful city.
This is a very good quality gun. I don't think you'd be sorry if you purchased it.
It won the 2014 BEST SELLER AWARD at Pyramid Air.
First shot was in to ground like 30 feet far to see if the sight is greatly off. Seemed okay and then aimed for a 4"x3" metal box half a feet above ground around 15yards away. I aimed for the center of the box thru the built-in sights, and the pellet hit probably 1.5" away on the edge of the box. And the Hit was pretty powerful. This is. 22 Cal. I am impressed with the looks alone and out of the box accuracy. Will update this review and my recommendation after I spend some more time with it. Included scope seem to be okay have not used it on the gun yet. Cocking force seem to be a bit on the higher end, but not super hard. Iron sights seem to be very effective. Looks and finish, I would say supreme for the price.
So far seems like I have made the right decision to choose this rifle.
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I've managed to drop several squirrels with this thing. Very accurate and powerful.
The scope isn't bad either.Read more