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Hatsan FlashPup QE

Available in .177, .22, .25, Ambidextrous Hardwood Stock Bullpup
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The FlashPup PCP platform strikes just in time to take advantage of a slew of accessible PCPs that don’t skip on accessories and quality features. Fueled by a fixed 165cc volume aluminum air cylinder with a 200 BAR fill pressure (2,900psi), the FlashPup spits rounds at speeds up to 1250, 1120, and 900fps in its .177, .22, and .25 calibers. This power corresponds to and FPE of 29, 38, and 40 in .177, .22, and .25 caliber. Each FlashPup features a finely grained ambidextrous hardwood stock that includes a pistol grip and adjustable cheekpiece for proper eye relief and a comfortable hold. Right under the foregrip is a Weaver/Picatinny accessory rail that begs for a bipod, and a combination Weaver/Dovetail optics rail is ready for the scope of your choice. The FlashPup features Hatsan’s famed 2-stage fully adjustable match Quattro trigger system, ensuring your trigger pulls break clean and smooth. Each caliber includes two indexing magazines and a single shot tray for placing precision shots. Rounding out the package is Hatsan’s QuietEnergy (QE) system, a fully-moderated barrel that makes the FlashPup ideal for backyard target shooting and small game hunting. If you’ve wanted to enter the world of PCP airguns and love the idea of a powerful and highly-mobile shooter, make a bolt for the buy button and make the FlashPup yours!

Hatsan FlashPup Features:
  • Precharged Pneumatic
  • Bolt action
  • QuietEnergy fully shrouded barrel
  • Includes 2 indexing magazines and single-shot tray
  • Includes quick-fill nozzle
  • Adjustable cheekpiece with integrated adjustment wheel
  • Precision rifled and choked barrel
  • Anti-knock system prevents gas wastage when rifle is knocked or bounced
  • Combo Picatinny and 11mm dovetail rail
  • Quattro Trigger: 2-stage fully-adjustable match trigger
  • Fixed 165cc air cylinder, 200 BAR, 2,900 psi
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Specs
  • ManufacturerHatsan
  • Caliber.177
  • Velocity1150 fps
  • ConditionNew
  • Ammo TypePellets
  • ActionBolt-action
  • Barrel StyleRifled
  • Fire ModeRepeater
  • Gun Weight6.10
  • Overall Length32.00
  • Barrel Length19.40
  • Loudness3-Medium
  • Magazine Capacity14
  • MechanismPre-charged pneumatic
  • RailWeaver & 11mm dovetails
  • SafetyManual
  • Front Sightsnone
  • Rear Sightsnone
  • Shots per Fill35
  • Trigger AdjustabilityTwo-stage adjustable
  • Trigger Action0
  • UseSmall game hunting/target practice
  • Warranty1-year limited warranty
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Reviews
Average Customer Review
4.5
4.517 Reviews
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5.0
By MattMarch 10, 2020

Pros
Well balanced, lightweight, very accurate and hits so, so hard.... I got this in .22 and strait out of the box, no cleaning this thing is a TACK DRIVER!! I sighted in at 25 yds and am getting 1inch 5 shot groups out to 80 yds. This gun drops pigeons at 70 plus yards no problem. Mine loves JSB Diablo Exact Heavy 18.13 gr pellets. Although the H&N Crow Magnums are great as well. With 35 plus ft. Lbs. of energy, this gun is a beast. You won’t be disappointed for the $$.....P.S get a used scuba tank for $100 and forget the pump.

Cons
None

5.0
By MarkUSAJanuary 22, 2020 Verified Purchase

After doing a lot of research, I decided to purchase the Hatsan Flashpup .22 with wood stock as my first PCP rifle. AGD had a great deal on the Flashpup at the end of the year that included a free scope. (Optima 3-12x50 AO) The rifle came filled to 200 bar with no leaks and the fill probe fits perfectly with no leaks. The rifle has a beautiful wood stock and is very comfortable to shoulder and is very well balanced at the grip. The two 12 round magazines that came with the Flashpup work flawlessly. I am very pleased at how quiet this gun is and how much power it has. I have other air guns, but the Flashpup is the most quiet and powerful by far. I started out shooting .22 JSB jumbo express 14.35 gr at around 1100 FPS. I am getting about 40 shots at max velocity per fill with no change in point of impact. After shooting 3 mags or 36 shoots, the pressure drops from 200 bar to 125 bar and I refill at this point. I sighted the scope in at 40 yards and I'm getting sub 1/2 inch groups and many hole in hole shots. The first thing I did before shooting this rifle for the first time was clean the grease from the barrel. Cleaning the barrel is a good practice before shooting any new gun. After taking a few shots and trying to sight in the scope, I discovered the scope sits so high on the rail that the elevation on the scope bottoms out and I had to aim 6 inches high to hit the bullseye at 40 yards. I had to shim the rear end of the scope rail with two strips of plastic cut from a black plastic coffee can lid. The plastic is 36 thousands of an inch thick so a total of 72 thousands of an inch. I reset the scope elevation to factory zero and my first shot was 1 1/2 inches low at 40 yards. 14 clicks up in elevation put my next shot dead center in the bullseye. This was a very simple scope rail modification. The two allen head screws that hold the scope rail are 2.5mm. Low profile scope rings might eliminate the need for this modification. I purchased this rifle for target and small game hunting. This is a great choice for a first PCP rifle. Out of the box the bolt operates smoothly and the two stage adjustable trigger is set to about 2 1/2 pounds of pull and is a true pleasure to shoot. The Optima scope that came with the rifle works very well. It has good solid clicks when adjusting elevation and windage and I like the mil dot reticle and AO. I am using a Hatsan spark compressor to fill the 165cc air reservoir and you will need to purchase a quick disconnect adapter for the gun's fill probe. Filling from 125 bar to 200 bar takes about 1 1/2 minutes with the spark compressor. I found a lot of in-depth info on the Flashpup at Brothers In Air on YouTube.

Pros
Great value at the $400 dollar price point. beautiful wood stock, very powerful and extremely accurate. Smooth bolt action and great trigger.

Cons
Had to shim the back end of the scope rail but low profile rings on the scope might eliminate the need for this modification.

5.0
By WilliamUSADecember 18, 2019 Verified Purchase

I bought the Hatsun Flashpup QE, Hardwood! WoW! Who needs a firearm when you have (1) of these! Actually, it caught me by surprise of the power and penetration point that will take care of business if your hunting for food. It also is accurate for all target shooting. This is a serious piece of hardware and I recommend it to the active sportsman!

Pros
All good!

Cons
None!

5.0
By CarltonUSAOctober 28, 2019 Verified Purchase

Nice light weight wood with plenty of accuracy. Uses the Flashpup magazines which is a real plus. Have this in .22 & .25. Hard hitting, relatively quiet, rail for scope. Good purchase.

Cons
No real cons at this time.

4.0
By JeffUSAAugust 7, 2019 Verified Purchase

I actually bought this for my son. He really likes my BullBoss but wanted a little smaller bullpup with a wood stock and less expensive. it shoots under 2" groups at 50 yards with Benjamin Discovery 22 cal. 14.3 gr pellets

Pros
Powerful and very accurate, Fast handling

Cons
magazines can be a little touchy to get in.

5.0
By VerdellUSAJuly 2, 2019 Verified Purchase

This is a great little gun that carries allot of power in a small package. This is very accurate and easy to fire. Great for pesting and small game. This is a well made gun and will be your favorite. Excellent buy for the money.

Pros
Very accurate, easy to load and fire. Nice trigger

Cons
Not enough magazines with gun.

5.0
By MichaelUSAJune 11, 2019

I am new to the PCP market and bought my Flashpup in .25 from a local distributor for the money I got a real diamond I had a large mean raccoon that was terrorizing my kids and wife the other night and wouldn't let them in the house I shot it with the Flashpup at about 20 yards and you could hear the impact and it was done in one shot unlike the .22 pellet rifles I have . If you want a great and well balanced rifle this is the one for you it will work well for small game hunting and pest control also .

Pros
Awesome power , nice picatinny rails for accessories , well balanced and very very affordable !!!!

Cons
NOTHING !

5.0
By PhilMarch 7, 2019

Love this gun, have two of them now... loads of power and light and easy to maneuver. A Bullpup gun that works well for us lefties! Loves Crosman premiers ... dead accurate to 50 yds. Get one, you’ll fall in love

Pros
Light weight, well built, loads of power, easy to tune, accurate, low price.

Cons
None

1.0
By JohnUSAFebruary 12, 2019 Verified Purchase

Just got mine in 177 have not been able to shoot it the bolt won't close with the magazine in it! I have many airguns so I am not a new cummer, but these are the crappiest fitting mags I have ever seen! It is going back, I think it was shipped with the old black mags. Very frustrated.

Pros
Nice looking, light,

Cons
Magazines are unusable, I read past post regarding issues, but assumed all the newer ones had the updated mags, guess not.

4.0
By StephenUSAFebruary 12, 2019 Verified Purchase

I'm the proud new owner of one of these puppies (pun intended) and I've had a blast shooting it. it zero'd easily, the sweet spot is indeed somewhere in the range of 170-120 and had a ton of shots within cm. A little louder than a Benjamin Marauder in side-by-side testing but overall I'm thrilled. ...Thrilled with everything except for the mags - I had every single pellet jam with one mag and had to relay on the 2nd entirely. When I insert these mags there is some wiggle room North/South which causes the jam. They don't sit flush with the platform of the gun which (I believe) is what is creating this issue. I'd love to know if there is some trick to loading that I may be missing but so far this seems like an issue that has affected more than just me. Also it doesn't come with a bi-pod so be sure when you are sighting this DO NOT do what I did. I was going for extreme rest and didn't realize my resting point was putting more pressure on the floating barrel than on the stock - this threw off shots @ 35yds by 2-3 inches.

Pros
FUN Powerful Comfortable (shoulder) Even more comfortable (bench rest) Balanced

Cons
A little louder than expected but nothing crazy (comparing to a Benjamin Marauder.) Mags - I saw someone else post this review and I can echo the sentiment. Mags are frustrating. Otherwise this is a 5 star review.

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Can the cocking lever be changed to the left side for left handed shooters? Being so far back it looks like it will dig into the left cheek. Is it regulated?

asked Edward from USA

There is no left handed action for the Flashpup. It is not regulated from the factory.

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