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Hatsan Blitz

Available in .22, .25, .30, Full Auto PCP Rifle
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It's finally here. Hatsan's Blitz, a fully automatic pre-charged pneumatic air rifle. Yes, you read that correctly: full auto gas operated airgun. What would you do with a full auto PCP air rifle? What wouldn't you do! With 53 FPE at 730 FPS with the .30 caliber, the Blitz is powerful and accurate enough to take down medium sized game like a coyote if you're hunting, or just absolutely destroy a line of cans in under a second. Just pull back the side bolt, load the magazine, push the bolt down, flip the selector to Auto, and you're ready to rock.

If full auto isn't enough for you, the Blitz has more in store as well. Use the included carry handle with adjustable open sights or remove it to add a scope on the combo 11mm dovetail and 22mm Weaver optics rail. If you need more, the Blitz has 3 Picatinny accessory rails on the sides and bottom of the bottle for attaching things like a bipod, laser, or flashlight. Flip the Hatsan Blitz over and you'll see the color coded manometer (yellow-green-red) on the bottom ahead of the trigger guard that lets you know if it's under-pressure, optimal, or overfilled. You'll also find fitted sling mounts, in case you did remove that carry handle on top to add a scope. If you want the power of a PCP air rifle and the excitement of full automatic, there's literally only one airgun for you: the Hatsan Blitz.

Hatsan Blitz Features:
  • Pre-charged pneumatic
  • Full/semi-automatic selector switch
  • 580cc carbon fiber bottle on forearm
  • 1,000 rounds per minute cyclic rate
  • Max Velocity w/ Lead Pellets: 1050 FPS (.22), 970 FPS (.25), 730 FPS (.30)
  • Max Energy: 36 FPE (.22), 41 FPE (.25), 53 FPE (.30)
  • Shots at optimal velocity*: 130 (.22), 110 (.25), 100 (.30)
  • Magazine Capacity: 21 rds. (.22), 19 rds. (.25), 16 rds. (.30)
  • Gas-operating cycling mechanism requires no batteries
  • QuietEnergy fully-shrouded barrel
  • Detachable SwingLoad Magazine (Includes 2)
  • Magazine winding tool stored in stock
  • Elevation Adjustable Comb
  • Adjustable rubber butt pad
  • Combo 11mm dovetail and 22mm Weaver* optics rail
  • Carry handle with integral adjustable open sights
  • 3 Picatinny forearm accessory rails
  • 250 BAR / 3,625 PSI fill pressure
  • Integral manometer
  • All-weather synthetic stock with textured rubber pistol grip
  • Includes fill probe with 1/8"; BSPP Male threading 
*Weaver mounts are not standard and certain weaver/picatinny mounts may not fit the rail correctly.
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Specs
  • ManufacturerHatsan
  • Caliber .22
  • Velocity 1050 fps
  • Condition New
  • Ammo Type Pellets
  • Action Semiautomatic/Full-auto
  • Barrel Style Rifled
  • Fire Mode Repeater
  • Gun Weight 8.80
  • Overall Length 45.20
  • Barrel Length 23.00
  • Loudness 3-Medium
  • Magazine Capacity 21
  • Mechanism Pre-charged pneumatic
  • Rail Weaver & 11mm dovetails
  • Safety Manual
  • Front Sights Adjustable for elevation
  • Rear Sights Adjustable for windage & elevation
  • Shots per Fill 130
  • Trigger Adjustability 0
  • Trigger Action 0
  • Use Small game hunting/target practice
  • Warranty 1-year limited warranty
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1.0
By GauravUSAApril 12, 2022 Verified Purchase

Hatsan is terrible with customer service and repairs

Pros
Nighatmre, onyl good to go BRRRRT

Cons
Never buy again

2.0
By JakeFebruary 25, 2022 Verified Purchase

Just get a real gun.

Pros
Looks cool

Cons
Manufacturing is poor. Needs smithing. It's not worth 1000$ base on the quality. Have to manually rack the firing pin for each round.

4.0
By ClaybornUSAFebruary 19, 2022

A friend of mine bought one of these and I thought I would go and shoot it before I pulled the trigger on buying one myself.. and I think I'm going to buy one into 30 caliber range because that's the one he got and it's badass.... The only thing I don't like about it is the full auto by the time you get the trigger pulled and you get your finger off some figured it clip is in... I mean it just does not hold enough pellets I am in the process of trying to build a bigger clip to go in that will hold a lot more around but I'm having problems getting the design right... But I'm not a quitter so I will keep trying but I think I'm going to order my own gun because every time he gives me his gun to try to make a clip.. he wants to take it and go shooting again hahaha because it is so much fun so accurate and even had a hundred yards.. so yeah I think I'm going to buy one but it would be nice if they would make a bigger clip of belt fed clip or something that would hold at least 30 rounds...

Pros
I love this air gun

Cons
The size of the magazine

1.0
By HemantUSAJanuary 12, 2022 Verified Purchase

This is the worst experience I have had out of 50 airguns. When it did work, it grouped horribly. It has been sent in for warranty 4 times, after I missed the 30 day return window with AGD. Hatsan is one of the worst manufactures I have ever dealt with and refuse to make things right. This rifle's internals cannot handle cycling the [pellets at the rate it does and as many pellet as it does. They replaced my hammer trigger and springs and still doesnt worl right. Avoid.

Pros
Shot Count

Cons
Hatsan Service, Weak Internals, Accuracy

5.0
By MarkJune 9, 2021 Verified Purchase

I had just gotten this a few weeks ago and it had shipped completely empty. Just wanted to put this out there, that you will have to fill it the first time with a large blast of air to get the valve to seat. I had also gotten a hatsan air pump, but when I tried to pump it, it just leaked the air out. Then I had gotten a bottle set-up and filled that with my pump, then used the bottle to fill the air rifle. The initial blast of air was enough to seal the valve, and I was able to pump up the air rifle the rest of the way. So don’t think it’s defective if it’s not holding air when you first get it. I’ll take 1/2 point off the review just because no one tells you that if the air cylinder is on 0%, you have to initially blast it to seat the valve. I had to look up the info myself. I’m sure some have been returned thinking they are defective.

Pros
Haven’t shot it much yet, but the little bit I have, it’s been awesome. And yes, the full-auto is amazing!

Cons
If it’s delivered empty, you’ll have to fill it with a high-pressured blast of initial air to seat the valve.

4.0
By EugeneUSAApril 8, 2021

When gun arrives, unlike some higher end guns, it has no air. What that means is that you cannot fill it by a hand pump or anything that is very slow to fill. If fact it will appear that gun is leaking air. This is indeed the case because valve needs internal tank pressure to stay closed. So first fill needs to be done with a tank or a compressor, not a hand pump – don't freak out about it, it is normal and true for other brands as well.

Pros
This is one of the only two fully automatic PCP rifles I am aware of. It is pretty accurate for the money, though no records will be set with this gun. Shooting fully automatic is a lot of fun. Pretty good capacity on a single charge. Comes with three magazine.

Cons
Feels a bit plasticky. Trigger action is probably one of the worst I can think of. Charging handle is not very smooth and requires a lot of force. Fully automatic is prone to failure to feed I gun is not cleaned and lubed.

4.0
By BrianUSAApril 3, 2021 Verified Purchase

If you enjoy a gun with the fun of full auto , I dont know who wouldn't, and that shoots consistantly accurate then but this gun. I dont see how you could go wrong. 1500 rounds flawlessly.

Pros
First off let me say that I started of with the airforce texan lss .357 and thought this full auto hatsan blitz will be the perfect second pcp airgun for me. So like most people at this time I had to wait almost 2 months to get it. As I waited I tried to get ammo in .30 asthats what caliber I've got only to find out there was a wait for that as well. Anyways when I received my 3000 pellets I began shooting. I will tell you this, this is not like shooting those full auto bb guns that are replicas like the dpms and all the rest. This is an airgun that is quite effective in the 100 yard range. The most consistent gun I have probably ever shoot. At 65 yards I shoot 16 rounds that all touched in the target no bigger then a silver dollar. At 25 yards I held it as steady as possible on rock and roll mode and blew a hole thru an old metal door all 16 rounds touching. I personally love this gun and am glad I bought it.

Cons
First off I cant stand the fill port. I prefer the quick disconnect. Secondly the magazine size. It shoots so fast that you can barely lift off the trigger in time to not empty the magazine. Which is also very fun.

1.0
By JeromeUSAMarch 17, 2021 Verified Purchase

I was waiting for it for months and had the pleasure to play 2 magazines before the trigger mechanism stopped grabbing the hammer so impossible to cock it! Found few screws not tightened, one of the 2 bolts that hold the bottle was down in the housing!!! The cocking bolt has to be pushed by hand to push the pellet to the end and so after 20 shots, it became a manual rifle. Ouawwwoo. For a $950 riffle it hurts!!

Pros
Very nice

Cons
20 shots, 10 problems. Not finisbed, certainly not tested by the the factory

5.0
By BobDecember 1, 2020 Verified Purchase

Pros
This is a well built gun. Everyone I have let shoot this wanted one. I believe I've sold 5 so far. I can shoot dime size groups at 25 yards all day. It does run through the pellets. The magazines work well. I haven't had one jam yet.

Cons
Nothing

5.0
By MICHAELUSANovember 20, 2020 Verified Purchase

I'd buy the 25 cal. In fact I will in February. Use all types of pellets if you like plinking. A whole new world.

Pros
Of course the Full Automatic ability. A dream come true, what you boy didn't want one.. . I have had 0 issues with the rifle. This is my 3rd pcp. It's amazing the accuracy and hard hitting, now more like devastating. My other two pcp are 22. Stormrider and a gun with a name HUNTSMAN. I don't know much about it. Made in Korea. Airgun shops could not help me with who made it. It loud and has a 6 gun type pellet for repeating shots. Get this fires between 2000 and 2300. Tested it with 4 different cronies. Back to my BLITZ. easy to fill , took 14 min from 0 to max. Now a top off 5 min. It's well made with fine material. A little heavy but still great when firing it in full auto. So far 600 rounds in full auto and 340 in semi mode. Don't forget to clean the Barrel first off. Every pcp gunner NEEDS one. By the way not a single jam . All THREE mags flawless. 7 different BRANDS and styles, even mix pellets.

Cons
Only one. A 30 or 50 round mag. Hopefully a after market will show up.

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Will the .177 cal version ever be sold?

asked Cameron from USA

Fellow airgunner... .22 vs .30 pro and con ? Which one would you choose? .22 bigger mag and higher shot count, lighter flatter trajectory and larger cheaper selection of ammo? However .30 more ultimate FPE, better crosswind and possibly better BC Perhaps more accurate predictable longer range trajectory? I own .25 caliber Maurader , .257 custom built Airforce slug gun .177 CO2 Airforce. I do not have a .30 or a .22 Which one should I invest and try first? Can't afford both!!!

asked BRIAN from USA

Does this gun seem to be well built, sturdy with alot of machined metal parts ? Would you consider it a serious and real air arm addition to other real air arms you might include within a lifelong collection of airguns? Or is it just plastic novelty toy like product that is similar quality to some of the full auto BB guns or even some of the mid to lower level airsoft replicas? Also it is said that a moderator voids the warranty? Is there concern that additional back pressure produced by addition of muzzle air moderation could be concern for damage to the blow back or other action mechanisms? In other words what is the concern for additional moderation that would void warranty and what to look out for? Does this system utilize blowback or does it utilize different unconventional hammerless valve activation?

asked BRIAN from USA

I need to know if a regular ( In my shop ) air compressor will fully charge the holding tank to the rifle. ????

asked George from USA

No,,need a pump designed for airguns,regular air compressor will not be able to pump the pressure needed

Timothy from USA

At what pressure does the Blitz need to be recharged? Literature says that at max fill pressure of 3625 psi the 22 caliber will shoot 130 rounds at "optimal velocity." I am calculating how many shots i can get if i only fill to 3442 psi using a steel scuba tank. Is there a pressure noted on the gauge where it goes into the yellow zone?

asked Tommy from USA

Does the tank need to be inspected at regular intervals? If so, how often? Does it simply unscrew from the body? Air fill to use is regular atmospheric air? Lastly, what about shelf life? Are there gaskets that will dry rot if I dont use this for 6 mo?

asked Michael from USA

The air rifle takes regular maintenance like any other precharged pneumatics. PCP guns when used with good dry compressed air, the seals , gaskets and o-rings have a much longer lifespan and better resiliency than CO2 and is less of an issue. You do not want to lubricate other than a very very light touch of specialized silicon grease such as divers grease that is designed for safe use under high pressure. Usually this would be done during a complete service and teardown. Most often something that for most is best left to an airgunsmith or service professional professional. The pressure vessels utilized are of a lessor capacity that do not require certified regular inspection. It is however best practice to learn what to look for and inspect your system during use and note any defect and practice good judgement. Pre charged pneumatics in most all instances utilize atmospheric air that is pressurized to several thousands of pounds per square inch. The best pumps and compressors have sophisticated filter systems to remove all impurities and deliver absolutely dry air. The best compressors are dive compressors that have filtration that is certified and rated to make breathable life supporting compressed air. Most PCP guns can also utilize commercially sold bottled nitrogen sold at many gas supply vendors such as welding supply, however the higher pressurized bottles needed might require special order. As generically they don't typically sell it in the higher pressures. Occasionally you may find experts that are very skilled and experimental charge their airguns with helium for ultimate performance. I would not recommend helium in this rifle and doubt if it would function correctly!

BRIAN from USA

can I convert the 30 cal to a Harpoon Arrow Launcher ?,I will like to use both, also is any way that we can get an extra bottle with a quick disconnect ? thanks :)

asked LUIS from USA

air leak can not pump up

asked tracey from USA

You need to hand pump like crazy the 1st 50 - 75 pumps, it should seal the valve. I did it both ways. Hand pump and high pressure compressor To Fill was about 6 - 700 pump strokes. No pun intended!

Martin J. from USA

If the gun was delivered completely empty, you have to do an initial blast of air from a high pressure tank. You wont be able to fill it with a hand pump. The blast of air will seat the valve in the tank.

Mark from USA

Hi, I need to know what to do if there is an air leak. When I fill the tank, it doesn't keep the air inside the cylinder. Do I have to tighten a screw or something?

asked Cristian from USA

You need to hand pump like crazy the 1st 50 - 75 pumps, it should seal the valve. I did it both ways. Hand pump and high pressure compressor

Martin J. from USA

It needs an initial blast from a high pressure tank to seat the valve. Then you can finish filling it.

Mark from USA

Can you fill the blitz with a hand pump from the factory uncharged condition. Or will it leak too much and you will never be able to even seat the valves from a completely empty air tank?

asked Richard from USA

You need to hand pump like crazy the 1st 50 - 75 pumps, it should seal the valve. I did it both ways. Hand pump and high pressure compressor To Fill was about 6 - 700 pump strokes. No pun intended!

Martin J. from USA

The initial blast of air from a pressurized tank will seal the valve. A hand pump wont seat the valve.

Mark from USA

Technically you can, but you going to have to spend a lot of time and desire to exercise. You are probably looking at 1,500+ pumps.

Eugene from USA

Does anyone know if the barrel is 216 217 or 218 cal for the .22 ???

asked Brian from USA

How many magazines are included with the .22?

asked David from USA

Mine came with Three. They advertise 2. But you get 3.

Michael from USA

Mine came with 3 magazines.

Anthony from USA

Can you add a Moderator (Suppressor/Silencer) to the 30cal Hasten Blitz?

asked Da'love from USA

Is there an issue with back pressure that voids the warranty when adding a moderator

BRIAN from USA

Yes you can with an adapter that fits the shroud. However doing so will void your warranty.

Richard from USA

Does it come in a hard shell case?

asked Kevin from USA

No hard case... Just a box.

Anthony from USA

how long does it take to fill air rifle

asked Gerald from USA

I bought a Air comp. Off Amazon. 2 yrs ago. Still takes 2.3 to 2.7 min.

Michael from USA

Depends on what you use. 100 psi to 250 with my Benjamin Recharge air compressor only takes about 2.5 min.

Anthony from USA

1500 to 3000 psi 15 min

Carlton from USA

whats the best ammo for this rifle

asked Reynaldo from USA

Due to the full auto capability I figured I would start of with Crosman Premier .22. generally cheap to buy in 500 rd tins. Well I was pleasantly surprised by the accuracy considering how light those pellets are 14.3 gr. I own Hatsan Bullmaster, FlashPup, Flash, Vectis and they all typically need an 18gr pellet to get decent accuracy but not the car with the Blitz. I can shoot H&N Crow Magnum, JSB domes at 18gr but I'm quite happy with Crosman Premier.

Anthony from USA

Several polymags, jsb heavys 15 gr.

Carlton from USA

Which hand pump should be bought and fitting for blitze

asked Mike from USA

I would recommend a scuba or better yet a scba tank to fill from. You would have to get a dive shop to fill the bottle but would be able to get a great many refills of much better quality air! Beginner airgunner starting out is much better to invest in a bulk air storage vessel than it is to buy a hand pump within their budget. Even if you wanted to go the hand pump route, better off to use pump to top off your bulk air tank rather than rifle. So bulk air tank is better investment all the way around than a hand pump. I recommend buying air fillups from a dive shop, as it is better quality of dry air and your gun will thank you in the long run! With pumps and compressors you get what you pay for in the quality of the air produced. Better compressors include more sophisticated filtration and in the longer run makes a great difference in the performance and reliability of your air powered arms. Initially it may go unnoticed but if you use your guns much , it becomes evident over regular use! Invest in a bulk bottle and a good compressor with decent filtration. Pretty much any dive compressor that can produce air for life support will make for a lasting investment in a lifetime of airgun enjoyment and usefulness. Invest in the good stuff, buy disposable stuff.

BRIAN from USA

Don't even bother with a hand pump. You will need an air compressor to keep up with the amount of shooting you will do. I recommend Benjamin Recharge air compressor. But if you must pump make sure it's at least a two stage pump but your back won't love you.

Anthony from USA

Will the H & N Hornet .25 ammo fit and work in the magazines for this gun ?

asked Greg from USA

Yes

Carlton from USA

What is a good scope to go with this gun?

asked David from USA

I've had great success with UTG scopes but they are on the budget end of the spectrum. The recoil isn't much so any decent scope should work just fine.

Anthony from USA

If I get a hand pump for this what kind of adapter will I need?

asked Tim from USA

Air Venturi Male Quick-Disconnect, 1/8"..., Fill probe adapter.

Mark from USA

can I use a hand pump ? I bought a 4500 psi 4 stage hand pump. Gun is back ordered

asked William from USA

Can you actually use a hand pump to pump it from the factory uncharged condition or will a hand pump not be enough to close the valves from completely empty?

Richard from USA

Yes. You can hand pump the Blitz.

Mark from USA

What is the muzzle velocity difference between the first shot and shot #130 assuming starting pressure is 250 Bar?

asked paul from USA

The Blitz has not been tested . It is brand new.

Mark from USA

How do I get my air gun to fill Have tried several different ports.

asked Richard from USA

I used the fill port on the side of the stock

William from USA

The fill port will be underneath the stock, in front of the trigger guard. the fill port (provided with the gun) fits in the fill port.

Mark from USA

Can this gun fill with the nomad ll air pump

asked chai from USA

Yes

Mark from USA

Are there any restrictions regarding fully autos in California?

asked Pete from USA

Not for air rifles. And i know theres a guy that has a youtibe channel that shoots in california all the time with it.

Richard from USA

Is not an firearms

chai from USA

its not a firearm so no restrictions

Ben from USA

We do not believe so. You would have to contact the state of California for that information.

Mark from USA

Will there be a suppressor for this airgun? It says the loudness is 3-medium.

asked Kenneth from USA

Mine is fairly quiet (30 cal). I can shoot it in my backyard, and frequently do. No complaints.

Steven from USA

Once the gun is released ,there will be after market adapters and moderators available.

Mark from USA

is this gun shipped in a box or a hard shell casee

asked Anthony from USA

Mine was shipped in a box with egg crate padding. The box can be used as a case if necessary.

Steven from USA

Its sent in a box

Richard from USA

We have not seen this gun

Pete from USA

what ammo is optimal for the .30 cal,,,,are there magazines available ?

asked LAWRENCE from USA

JSB Heavy is my preferred ammo in the Blitz. Rifle comes with 3 magazines.

Steven from USA

The features list says includes 2 swing-load detachable mags and a winding tool that is stored in the stock (commented 06/16/2020)

John from USA

Yes there are magazines available to buy

Richard from USA

We have not seen the gun. There is no info on the best pellets.

Mark from USA
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