Hatsan Unique Features:
|Quattro Trigger:||Advanced two-stage match trigger only available from Hatsan|
|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.|
|Shock Absorbtion System
|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).|
|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).|
- Caliber- .22
- Velocity: 1000 FPS
- Weight: 11 lbs.
- Overall Length: 47.6"
- Barrel Length: 17"
- Front Sight: Fiber Optic (TruGlo Red)
- Rear Sight: Fiber Optic (TruGlo Green); Adjustable for Windage & Elevation
- Capacity: 1 Round; Single Shot
- Action: Under Lever
- Barrel: Rifled Steel
- Scopeable: 11mm Dovetail & 22mm Picatinny
- Trigger: Two-Stage Adjustable (Quattro Gold-Plated)
- Trigger Pull: 3.7 lbs
- Stock: Genuine Turkish Walnut
- Buttpad: Rubber
- Safety: Automatic w/Anti-Bear Trap
- Built-in Metal Scope Rail Scope Stop
- Quattro Trigger System
- Shock Absorber System (SAS)
- Precision Rifled Steel
- Bolt-Action Loading System
- Manual/Automatic Safety
- Anti-Bear Trap Safety
- Trio-Rubber Butt Pad for Recoil Absorption
- Checkered Grip and Forearm for Better Control and Feel
- Metal Trigger Blade
- Micro-Adjustable Rear Sight w/TruGlo Fiber Optics
- High Quality and Genuine Turkish Walnut
- Monte Carlo Cheeckpiece for Added Comfort
- Sling Swivels on Forearm
- Includes: Hatsan Torpedo 155 Underlever .22 Caliber Air
Rifle & Bipod
- Caliber0.22 cal
- Velocity1000 fps
- Ammo TypePellets
- Barrel StyleRifled
- Fire ModeSingle Shot
- Gun Weight11 lbs
- Overall Length47.6"
- Barrel Length17"
- Magazine Capacity1
- RailDovetail/Weaver Rail
- UseSmall Game Hunting / Target Shooting
- Warranty1 Year Limited
Hatsan Torpedo 155 Underlever .22 Caliber Air Rifle -Turkish Walnut Stock
Hastan rifle fixed site concerns.
February 16, 2013
Overall, the gun appears to be made very well. However, the fixed sights are awful. To call them garbage would be a compliment. The front sight is not adjustable, which I suppose while disappointing, is typical. But it's made completely of plastic. The rear sight is a mixture of plastic and metal and is pretty low quality. The sight is so poorly made that you can easily move in 3/16 of an inch side to side with light contact. Given that the top of this rifle must be held against your chest to cock, it would make it impossible to sight in, keep sighted in or use effectively. Hastan doesn't appear to have any after market products to remedy this deficiency. All that being said, it appears all the manufacturers are neglecting their iron sites. So demand must be directed towards scopes. I have no issue with scopes but with a rifle as limited in range and function as an air rifle, I would like the option to shoot with open sites. The quest continues for me. If you intend on getting a scope anyway, I do not believe my review should deter you. It is a high quality piece of equipment otherwise.
Cons:Open sights were garbage.
I would recommend this item to a friend.
Excellent quality and craftsmanship...still trying to squeeze all the accuracy I can out of this rifle
July 12, 2012
This is my first Hatsan rifle, actually my first air rifle. I have owned and fired dozens of firearms over the last 20+ years, but had never considered an air rifle. I did a lot of research and knew I wanted an under-lever/fixed barrel gun for maximum accuracy. I settled on the Hatsan 155 after reading all the info I could find on the gun online, which wasn't very much. I received the rifle and pellets in a timely manner from Airgun Depot. The first thing that struck me about the 155 is the excellent fit and finish; it surpassed my expectations. The other thing is the weight...this gun is a beast! I added a BSA 4-14x44 tactical mil-dot scope and the combo weighs more than any rifle I have shot before, save for an Armalite AR-50 I once owned. I shoot the gun from a bench rest exclusively, it's simply to big and heavy to use otherwise in my opinion. So far the best grouping I have been able to get at 25 yards is approximately a 1" three shot group using RWS Domed Pellets. At 50-60 yards the group size opens up considerably to 3-4+". I was hoping for better accuracy at this distance, but in fairness I've not tried other pellets yet. I recently ordered some heavier pellets but have not had a chance to try them yet. Still, I've been able to pick off ground squirrels at 50+ yards with this setup so long as the wind is calm. At 25-30 yards the 155 is deadly on squirrels, ground hogs, etc. Overall I am happy with the 155 and hope to squeeze better accuracy from it after experimenting with different pellets.
Pros:*Excellent build quality *The Quattro Trigger is very good out of the box. It can be improved even more by playing with the adjustments *Extremely powerful, approaches the knock down power of the 22LR. at close range
Cons:*Big and heavy *Recoil very similar to a 22LR *Takes a lot of effort to cock...not for the feint of heart! *Accuracy not quite up to expectations, but will likely improve when I find the ammo it likes.