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Hatsan Striker 1000X, Wood

Includes 3-9x32 Scope
Only $125.99
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  • Code: HC1000STRW25 · $125.99 · .25 · 0 fps
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The Hatsan 1000x Striker is tested with lead pellets (not super-light alloys), so the quoted velocities are what you can expect from your rifle. The hardwood stock has edged inlays for both look and feel.

Hatsan 1000SX Striker Air Rifle Features
  • Hardwood stock
  • Spring-piston
  • 2-stage adjustable trigger (adj. for trigger-pull weight and 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
  • Monte Carlo buttstock
  • Twin raised cheekpieces
  • Rubber recoil pad
  • 6.4 lbs (gun only)
  • Includes 3-9x32 Optima scope- mount
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Specs
  • ManufacturerHatsan
  • Caliber.25
  • Velocity0 fps
  • ConditionNew
  • Ammo TypePellets
  • Action0
  • Barrel StyleRifled
  • Fire Mode0
  • Gun Weight0.00
  • Overall Length0.00
  • Barrel Length0.00
  • Loudness0
  • Magazine Capacity0
  • Mechanism0
  • RailYes
  • Safety0
  • Front Sights0
  • Rear Sights0
  • Shots per Fill0
  • Trigger Adjustability0
  • Trigger Action0
  • Use0
  • Warranty1-year limited warranty
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Reviews
Average Customer Review
3.8
4.018 Reviews
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33% (6)
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39% (7)
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11% (2)
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1.0
By WyattJanuary 25, 2020

It’s terrible gun will not shoot strait don’t waste your money

5.0
By DanielUSAOctober 28, 2016

Ok so I made mine from a striker vortex and a 1000x stock purchased separately but it turns out to be the exact same gun just with a vortex piston. Silly power from the .25 pellets. Very accurate for a hold sensitive gun once you learn how to shoot it. It's not the same as a pcp but it's 1.4 the price for equal accuracy once you learn to shoot this different from other types of guns. If you're used to springers you'll love this gun.

Pros
Awesome stock and gun balance. Inexpensive for a seriously powerful very accurate gun.

Cons
There are a few things required to be done to some guns not all, but it's all on the web that will make this a great shooter.

1.0
By ronaldUSAMarch 10, 2016

i think they are junk , dont wast your money,i shot mine a few times ,then put it away for awhile then went to use it again,then it wouldnt shoot

4.0
By DonaldUSASeptember 19, 2015

Rifle is great, it would be more accurate if I could adjust it. Mine may be defective, am calling airgun depot Monday.D

Pros
Power, and accurate, nice scope.

Cons
Trigger

3.0
By TimothyUSAFebruary 10, 2015

I've only had this gun since Oct. 2014, and it stopped working already. I've never dropped it or used cheap ammo in it. I went to use it one day and loaded it up pulled the trigger and nothing happened! I unloaded it check for blockage cleaned it, and still nothing. I wish I would have bought American!!!

Pros
Looks nice

Cons
Not worth the money!

4.0
By Rob L.June 26, 2014

This gun is awesome but it would be better if I would have received the vortex version. The vortex is what I ordered but after shooting the spring a few times I notice that it was powerful, very accurate out of the box and a lot of fun to shoot. It kicks like a 22lr but not that loud at all and I,m sure I can shoot this in my backyard and nobody would care. I would have given this item a 5 star but i did not received the right item I ordered but I was happy with it, so I kept it. I didn't want to deal with reshipping it and waiting for it when I could be shooting it. Plus, since I've shoot it, I don't think I can return it.

Pros
The rifle is very solid and I believed it will last a long time. The wood stock is awesome. The open sights with tru glow is awesome and very accurate, I leaving this an open sight rifle.

Cons
The trigger is average

4.0
By RichardUSAFebruary 22, 2014

the Hatsan is a good choice, well made, and very accurate right out of the box.

Pros
Nice stock, well made

Cons
Why can't USA make this gun?

5.0
By LeeDecember 18, 2013

Working with the customer service associate during order process was great. He was able to answer all of my questions. Shot several pellets right out of the box and am very pleased with accuracy & ease of cocking. Shots were with open sights. I think it's a good gun. looks nice. Will wait until spring to add scope to see how it shoots then.

Cons
none at this time

3.0
By KirkUSAOctober 28, 2013

First impressions: Bought because it looked nice, had power and was relatively light. The Striker looked great out-of-the box, but under closer inspection the stock is low quality hardwood, and the multi colored recoil pad makes it look toy-ish IMO. When sanded, the stock doesn't take stain well as the grain is Blah........ Don't make the mistake I did thinking you can refinish it as Hatsan has made the most of the low grade wood. I also bought the Model 95 and would hands down choose it over the Striker, even though weighing over 8 pounds. The 95 has a beautiful Walnut Stock, better trigger for only $20 more "its a no brainier!" Now the Striker is in no way a bad gun, but is completely overshadowed by the Model 95. The Model 95 is the real deal, a true diamond in the rough and just needs a little TLC to turn it into a real beauty. It's worth your time and effort. Pacific Northwest

Pros
Light Weight Nice Style Good Shooter

Cons
More of a Kids gun. I like to really work on a gun, the striker is not worth my time - I recommend the Model 95.

4.0
By hankAugust 17, 2013

great gun, love the wood, it came with a few scratches and stuff but I do not care, shooting the same hole at 15 yards, different sight on it, don't really shoot too well with the sight so keep the scope on it , already got a squirrel with it.

Pros
wood, pretty accurate, scope, knockdown power

Cons
velocity, scratches on it

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I have a Hatsan .22 1000S Striker that has a failed latch on the barrel. Having said that, I shot 1000 rounds out of it and found the accuracy better then my Hatsan 95 .177 . I'm sending the composite stocked hatsan back under warranty, and am wondering how well made is the new vortex Hatsan. I really like the idea but need a little input of reality. Do you folks offer a testing prior to shipment? Also, how longwill this price remain? Thanks, Steve

asked Steve Huff

can this be used for small game hunting?

asked Tim

Watch the youtube video there's a British gent baldric 990 he's banging rabbits with a .177 thats an even older hatsan . I do the same with my gamo. However keep in mind that we do 100% head shots for the clean immediate kill. Body shots in 177 pass through. Head shots in this caliber are pop and drops! Use the right pellet for your gun. In .177 cal id look for expansion. SquirrelS should also beware this gun it is devastating and they have no chance! Hope this helps.

urbangrunt03

I shot a few squirrels with the .177 cal and it took a few more shots it didnt do the job, some squirrels i hit even ran away and problably suffered to death, it could have been my shot placement, i was not using the scope because it sucks and it breaks and it wont zero in. This rifle actually broke it did not last ling for me and i took great care of it, the quality is poor, i would suggest a benjamin trail np or np2 or something in .22

Ramin from USA

Is your stock really Turkish walnut? Mine seems to be stained beech.

asked Fred

I have two Hatsan Walnut Rifles. I think mine are Walnut. Great Wood finishing is a true art. A lot of species of wood can look familar.

Charles from USA

Hi, i would like to know so pro and cons about this rifle , and the best shot someone have made it with it. I would also like to know if someone has already made some mods that made the rifle even better .

asked Luis

I shoot indoor range how loud is the report?

asked joe

what is the length of the striker 1000x ??

asked joe

Overall Length: 44"

Scott from USA

What is the cocking effort? How loud is the report? I shoot indoors only.

asked joe

Can't help with the noise factor, but after reading the Description and Specs, I think the cocking effort is 29lbs!!!

gibby

I need two one Striker camo air rifles and onestriker turkish walnut

asked ruth hodges

It is out of stock but you will get an email when the Turkish Walnut Air Rifle is available.

Scott from USA

What is the range of shooting point? (in mtrs)

asked kannan

Do you happen to have this Air Rifle in camo? Item in question is a Hatsan 1000x Striker .22 cal w/ scope and Bipod Thank you, Mike B. Orange Park, FL.

asked Michael B

Sorry, we do not have this in camo.

Scott from USA
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