- Air stripper
- For select Hatsan air guns
- Acts like a compensator, removing turbulence
- Mounts on muzzle
- 1/2"x20 TPI
- 3.076" long
- .94" outside diameter
- Fits Hatsan 25 Supercharger, 25 SuperTact, Dominator Carbine and PCP guns (EXCEPT for the QE versions)
Attach this air stripper to your Hatsan airgun to reduce air turbulence which should increase your accuracy.
What the product description doesn't tell you is that this device will function on ANY brand of airgun that has a threaded muzzle end! You don't need to own a Hatsan to use it. It will fit a Gamo Coyote, and several models of BSA rifles, as well as several Hatsan products, and perhaps many other guns. I now own seven Hatsan air strippers, in all marketed calibers! I have them on a Hatsan Gallatian II, a Hatsan AT44-10 Long, a Hatsan BT65 SB Elite, a Umarex Walther Rotek R8, and three Gamo Coyotes (which are BSA Bucaneer's in disguise). If you search the web, you can sometimes find these on sale, which can help a lot. I've paid from $16 to $25 each for the ones I own.
Since you won't be getting any instructions with the air stripper, you will be left to figure out how to install it. That means googling it and going to blogs, etc., to dig for the information. Pay close attention to what I'm about to tell you, because it could mean the difference in your success, or failure to produce positive results! Right out of the box, it probably WON'T WORK for you! It could even decrease your accuracy! In most every case, you must adjust the brass tube insert, that you see inside the device! To make that adjustment, is trial and error, which involves loostening a tiny set screw that you can barely see just below the product lettering. That will allow you to slide the internal conical brass tube nearer, or farther to, or from, the muzzle of the gun. The proper position is different for every gun, much like finding the correct pellet that your gun likes - you must adjust for your particular gun. When you find the correct distance from the muzzle, your groups will tighten up to scarey precision! Don't forget to tighten that set screw when you find that point!
Some reviews complained about the air stripper material being made with plastic. Mine is made of metal, I'm guessing the main body being made of aluminum and the center is made of brass.
I am not sure why people say that it is PVC and brass, because mine is all metal, no plastic anywhere.
consistently. The CRACK sound seems to go more downrange as well. 5 Stars for me, fun add-on!