Includes bipod and shoulder sling, a $35 value!
Even though FPS rates may look the same from brand to brand, that may not always be the case. Hatsan tests this rating using lead pellets, but most competitors use lighter aluminum alloy pellets. What this means for you is that your Hatsan Hatsan Model 125TH .25 Air Rifle w/ 3-9x32mm Scope will deliver more knockdown power than an alloy-tested airgun with the same FPS rating.Hatsan airguns offer specialty features that come standard within the product line to provide shooters with a better shooting experience.
Hatsan Unique Features:
|Quattro Trigger:||Advanced two-stage match trigger only available from Hatsan|
|Shock Absorber System (SAS):||Reduces vibration and increases the life of the gun, optics, and accessories|
|TruGlo® Fiber Optics:||Microadjustable rear sight and front sight to lend more accuracy to every shot|
|Triopad® Butt System:||Maximum recoil absorption provides added comfort, and three stock spacers allow adjustments for appropriate length of pull.|
|Safety:||A drop safety interlock device has been incorporated to eliminate the possibility of the airgun accidentally firing if it’s dropped (whether or not the safety is on).|
|Elevation-Adjustable Comb||An easy adjustment for proper fit and added comfort.|
- Caliber- .25 (6.5mm)
- Velocity: 750 FPS
- Color: Camouflage
- Weight: 9 lbs
- Overall Length: 48.8"
- Barrel Length: 19.6"
- Front Sight: Fiber Optic (TruGlo Red)
- Rear Sight: Fiber Optic (TruGlo Green); Adjustable for Windage & Elevation
- Capacity: 1 Round; Single Shot
- Cocking Effort: 32 lbs
- Barrel: Rifled w/ Integrated Sound Moderator
- Scopeable: 11mm Dovetail and 22mm Picatinny
- Trigger: Two-Stage Adjustable (Quattro Metal)
- Trigger Pull: 3.7 lbs
Buttpad: Rubber (TrioPad Butt System)
- Action: Break Barrel
- Safety: Automatic w/Anti-Bear Trap
- Metal Scope Rail Scope Stop
- Quattro Trigger System
- Shock Absorber System (SAS)
- Precision Rifled Steel
- Manual/Automatic Safety
- Anti-Bear Trap Safety
- Ergonomic Design Synthetic Thumbhole Stock w/Montecarlo Cheeckpiece
- TrioPad Butt System for Maximum Recoil Absorbtion
- Large Muzzle Break For Easier Cocking
- Metal Trigger Blade
- Micro-Adjustable Rear Sight w/TruGlo Fiber Optics
- Elevation-Adjustable Comb
- All Weather Synthetic Stock
- Includes: Hatsan Air Rifle, 3-9x32mm Scope w/ Dovetail Two-Piece Rings, Bi-Pod and Sling!
- Caliber0.25 cal
- Velocity750 fps
- Airgun MechanismSpring-piston
- Ammo TypePellets
- Magazine Capacity1
- Airgun UseSmall Game Hunting
- Airgun RailDovetail Mount
- Overall Length48.8"
- Barrel Length19.6"
- Barrel StyleRifled
- Fire ModeSingle-shot
- Cocking Effort32 lbs
- Gun Weight9 lbs
- OpticsVariable / 1 inch Tube
- Product ConditionNew
- Warranty1 Year Limited
Wanted to love it....but.....
December 1, 2014
I thought this gun would be all I wanted - power approaching a PCP, a good bundle, and pinpoint accuracy out to 50 yards. Unfortunately, I could not achieve any semblance of accuracy with this gun. So I read everything I could about it in every online forum I could find. Turns out the more power a spring gun delivers the more hold sensative it is. I tried every variation of lightly gripping the gun with my shooting hand while utilizing an artillary hold, I tried shooting off sandbags at different positions on the forearm to allow for ballance and the gun to naturally recoil repeatedly in the same way but nothing worked. At 20 yards my groups were having difficulty staying in a pattern the size of a baseball. Now, being new to springers I believe some of this could be me but the biggest variable with this gun that I could not adjust or hone my skills on was the trigger. The quattro trigger is awesome on a Hatsan PCP rifle (more on this later) but I believe it is worthless on their spring/nitro-piston guns. In forum after forum I found owners were replacing screws and modifying the trigger to get it to an acceptable pull weight. You cannot pull this trigger, at it's lightest setting, without having to grip the gun fairly tight. I read that some people have found these triggers to pull around 6 lbs at the lightest setting. The trigger design is also poor - Hatsan states on their website that you cannot pull straight back or it will add tension to the pull and feel heavier, that you must pull backward and up at a 30-40 degree angle to lessen the feel of the pull. No matter what I did I could not get it to feel anything close to an acceptable pull weight. So unfortunately after 100-150 very frustrating shots, pulling my hair out trying to find the secret to unlock the potential of this gun, I had to send it back. And, yes, I did try different pellets, and even the 25.4 grain JSB diabolo exact kings did not produce any accurate groups. Now, I may have just been unlucky and received a trigger that was stiffer than others, but with all the issues others were having I did not want to take a chance. Pro airgunner Rick Eutsler was able to get great accuracy with this model but I have to wonder if when a company sends a rifle to a professional airgun reviewer they probably send him their very best out of a thousand they've produced....needless to say, I don't believe the one I received was that one:( But the Airgun Depot was AWESOME to work with and the return was quick and easy. I ended up paying more and going with a PCP setup. I went with another Hatsan (can't beat their price and they do have good reviews...in spite of my particular luck). I got the AT-44-S long barrel (not the quiet energy model) in the .25 cal and it is everything I was hoping for. It claims up to 970 fps in the .25 which is about 50% more power than the 125 sniper. I put 9 shots (which is how many rounds a the magazine/cylinder will hold) on the target at 30 yards and all 9 were covered by a dime!!! The gold quattro trigger on the PCPs is nothing like that of the springers....I was able to adjust it to a hair trigger and the pull is straight back....simply awesome trigger on the PCPs, but off course there is not the tension of a ginormous spring to safely hold back on a pcp like there is on the 125. That is the accuracy I was looking for!! So go with a Hatsan PCP and you won't be disappointed...you'll have to spend about twice what you would for a 125 (including a pump or scuba tank), but it will be worth it! Oh and so you know, the AT-44 comes with a mil-dot scope, and once I got it dialed in at various distances I was able to shoot a bur oak acorn off the top of my target at 100 yards!!!
Pros:Looks and feels well built, very powerful for a non-pcp, camo is great.
Cons:Quattro trigger on this model is a bust! The bluing looked a little thin at places. Gave the gun 3 stars based on the pros listed above and the possibility that I got a particularly bad trigger, but could have easily rated it lower....what good is power if you can't put the pellet where you want it to go....
I would recommend this item to a friend.
best quality ive had yet
November 23, 2013
IN SEPTEMBER I RETURNED A BENJAMIN XL-1100 POOR GUN WOULDN'T HOLD 3 INCHES AT 20 YARDS AFTER 150 SHOTS WOULDN'T HIT THE PAPER. THEN I GOT AN UMAREX OCTANE BARREL END BLEW OFF ON THIRD SHOT. NOW I GOT THIS HATSAN WHAT A DIFFERENCE 5/8 INCH GROUP AT 20 YDS OPEN SIGHTS 3/4 INCH AT 50 YDS WITH SCOPE. RECOIL LESS THAN MY GAMO OR SMOOTHER. IT IS HARD TO COCK. GOOD QUALITY CAMO STOCK.
Pros:Very powerful and accurate
I would recommend this item to a friend.
July 3, 2012
This is the most powerful air rifle that I've ever had! It is big, heavy, and very powerful. It can penetrate an inch and a half into hard wood. There is recoil, but not too much. A very accurate gun.
Pros:power,power,power. If you hunt small to medium game this is the gun for you. The air rifle is also very quiet.
I would recommend this item to a friend.
Wow, what a air rifle!
February 1, 2012
This air rifle blows me away. The quality and constructions of this gun are top notch. Love the quattro trigger. You will need to shoot 200 rounds through it before it settles in but that's pretty normal for a break barrel rifle. This rifle packs a serious punch and is great for small to medium game.
Pros:Quattro Trigger Camo Stock Build Quality POWER
Cons:not much to dislike
Not what I spec ted
December 28, 2011
I bought this rifle for xmas and it has so much recoil that looks like is going to run from you.Also I've being trying to sight it for the last few days and no luck so far shoot s very randomly , although I am a new shooter , it did get quieter after using cleaning pellets and goo gone ( about 35 cleaning pellets ) I still a little concern about parts like the o ring that seals the barrel and spring . barrel is good quality very powerful will see the accuracy test.