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Hatsan FlashPup QE

Available in .22, .25
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  • Code: AGD-504210115 · $299.99 · .22 · 1000 fps
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FlashPup QE Features

  • Bullpup design, manual loading, sidelever action, pre-charged pneumatic (PCP) air rifle.
  • Precision rifled, choked barrel for accuracy, threaded for ½‘’ UNF sound moderator & fitted muzzle cap.
  • Available in .22 (5.5mm) and .25 (6.35mm) caliber.
  • Detachable 12-shot magazine in .22 and 10-shot magazine in .25 caliber.
  • Includes 2 magazines and a quick-fill nozzle
  • Black anodized aluminum receiver.
  • Picatinny rail for both 11mm and 22mm scope mounts.
  • Ambidextrous bullpup synthetic stock. Picatinny rail beneath the forearm.
  • “EasyAdjust” Elevation Comb - Stock equipped with integrated elevation adjustment button.
  • Elevation & cast adjustable rubber butt pad.
  • Checkering on grip & forend for better control & feel.
  • 165cc volume steel air cylinder (not detachable)
  • Built-in pressure gauge in the forearm to monitor the cylinder pressure.
  • Patented anti-knock system to prevent gas wastage when rifle is knocked or bounced.
  • Manual safety.
  • Quattro Trigger: 2-stage full adjustable match trigger for trigger travel and trigger load.
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  • ManufacturerHatsan
  • Caliber .22
  • Velocity 1000 fps
  • Condition New
  • Ammo Type Pellets
  • Action Sidelever
  • Barrel Style Rifled
  • Fire Mode Repeater
  • Gun Weight 7.00
  • Overall Length 32.00
  • Barrel Length 19.40
  • Loudness 3-Medium
  • Magazine Capacity 12
  • Mechanism Pre-charged pneumatic
  • Rail Weaver & 11mm dovetails
  • Safety Manual
  • Front Sights none
  • Rear Sights none
  • Shots per Fill 30
  • Trigger Adjustability Two-stage adjustable
  • Trigger Action 0
  • Use Small game hunting/target practice
  • Warranty 1-year limited warranty
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By KennethMarch 10, 2024 Verified Purchase

This is my first PCP and I am thoroughly impressed

Quiet and accurate

By WayneFebruary 18, 2024 Verified Purchase

The rifle shoots very well using H&N Baracuda 21.14gr pellets averaging 864 FPS for 35 F lbs of knock down power. I installed a 4-16 X 44 mil-dot scope at 30yds five shot groups are easily covered by a dime, at 40yds a nickel making it easily a good hunter. It well shoot farther but for small game I like to keep it in close. My favorite thing about this platform is ease of movement, I own a Flash but in under brush the Flashpup is easier to bring to target.

Side-lever cocking is way smoother than the bolt. Manometer on the side a lot easier to view filling rifle with air. Composite stock great for outdoor use.

Not as quite as my older Flash, this thing is loud. Upon pulling the baffles I see why you can drop a 9mm straight threw them their is no air being stripped. So prepare for an after market suppression system to take the noise level down. I already have.

By Kevin HoffmannJanuary 21, 2024

Put a good quality scope on this Pellet rifle, setup with some quality scope rings.

The Hatan is great pellet rifle for any class of air pellet gunner. Accurate and well built with nice reliable features.

Would like to see a lanyard / leash attachment on the fill plug, so you leave it somewhere in the field, or at home

By MichaelJanuary 2, 2024 Verified Purchase

My case was with the Hatsan Flashpup S .25 so maybe the wood version would be a better one to try. IMO

Size and side lever cocking.

Just did not feel right to the shoulder. Synthetics were ok. Could not shoot as the filler port was under barrel. Could not air it up, had to return.

By TroyOctober 14, 2023 Verified Purchase

Surprisingly quiet and hits with authority.

By TimothyUSAMay 24, 2022

These are excellent value. I enjoy Hatsan's rifles. They hit very hard -- it's nice to be able to use a sixteen grain pellet in a small bore and hear it go whack against a small target. For small game, .177 is still a viable caliber and shoots very flat. Between 20 and 45 yards (my backyard range) there is very little compensation needed.

I've purchased these in .22 and .177 as Hatsan factory refurbs. They are a pretty amazing rifle. The .177 will throw a heavy pellet with impressive force -- easily as many foot pounds of energy as a fairly beefy .22. I've been using both the extra heavy diablos and the Seneca hunting pellets in the .177 with excellent results. Both are quiet enough so all you hear is the action, and they have some legs. 70 good rounds from the .177 if you know how to compensate for a little drop on the last mag. The .22 is no slouch either and hits hard.

The .22 has a silky trigger. Very nice. The .177 has a bit stickier pull - it needs a little work, but I am sure the adjustments can be made. I only put a few mags through it to sight in as yet. Bullpup triggers are a bit finicky.

By TIMOTHYApril 18, 2022

I have dozens of air rifles from the old pump-up Crosman to modern PCPs. This is my first bullpup, and I have to say it's been a positive experience.

Light, accurate, and a heck of a lot of fun. I recently purchased this as a refurb at significant discount from Hatsan, They bundled with their better-quality 3-9 optic, which gets a solid "not bad." However, strapping on a Bugbuster scope really woke this up, and fits with the tactical look of the rifle. I've bought quite a few refurbs, and have never had bad luck with any of them. In my experience they are sometimes better than new. This one apparently received a little tuning at Hatsan. It's quiet. The trigger was lovely right out of the box. It never seems to run out of wind. But the best thing is the grin-worthy accuracy. Within 20 minutes, we were popping half to quarter inch groups at 20 yards offhand, and tighter ones off the shooting rest.

OK, agreed, the manual is pretty dismal. The fill probe needs an additional piece to fit in a quick disconnect setup. It helps quite a lot if you have a little prior PCP experience setting it up.

By JimApril 1, 2022

I really like this small pup, it is accurate and has good power, easy to handle. Mine seems to like the Crosman pellets the best. Would give it a 5 star if not for the magazine being a little loose. You can make it a little tighter by sliding barrel back a few mm,s

Looks,price ,accuracy,power

The magazine is a little loose

By PaulUSAJanuary 7, 2022

Hatsan doesn't have a repair kit for 25 cal. available. I called them no answer...but I got a reply email saying they would send out a kit. Got 1 o-ring . Not going to bother taking it apart until I find the whole kit available. Would not recommend this gun at all. I will stick with the airforce Texans. Good warranty and rugged

Pretty to look at

Should come with the rebuild kit. Mine leaked after 40 shots. Won't hold air.

By AirgudepotUSAJuly 22, 2021

I bought this 25CAL PCP gun a few weeks ago. When I received it, I found that the cylinder was leaking and I could not bring air in. The cylinder had no pressure. The Airgun deport returned it for me and ordered a new one for me. Three weeks later I received the replacement PCP, but I found that the box and the instructions had been torn, The gun was also open, not sealed in a plastic bag The air pump interface is also put on the O ring has been used. The new one is the one without the o-ring. The gun is not new in general, and I believe it was returned from someone else's use, I'm not going to return it and replace it because it's a waste of time, but it's not new!

25 cal?Not too expensive

Not new?open box?? most likely someone had used it and returned it to airgun depot

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How much fpe does the hatsan flash bullpup .25 have ?

asked joshua from USA

The Flashpup .25 has around 40 fpe.

Adam from USA

do you know if the reg that they sell will work in the plash pup , or what the inside diameter of the air cylender is?

asked James from USA

I lost the single shot tray for the hatsan flashpup qe anyone no where I can get a replacement

asked Carlton from USA

can you use CO2 to air up PCP rifles

asked Ernie from USA

How do I fill the air cylinder? There's two holes near the tip of the cylinder on both the right and left side

asked Justin from USA

Can you shoot 25. Grain fx slugs out of it

asked Graysen from USA


Graysen from USA

How to load magazine

asked Carlton from USA

Is this automatic or do you have to cock it with each shot?

asked Craig from USA

Magazine fed cycle the bolt after each shot .

Stanley from USA

Will the new shipment coming in have the side lever cocking action?

asked Max from USA

Hatsan website has side lever action .

wayne from USA

Hatsan does not show a sidelever model.

Mark from USA

What are the best and most powerful pellet recommendations in .25 cal for this gun?

asked Cameron from USA

Most prefer JSB pellets . Great results for me so far .

Stanley from USA

Can you confirm "barrel is threaded for ½‘' UNF sound moderator & fitted muzzle cap"? I've seen various different answers. Any recommendations on which is best fit for this gun?

asked lee from USA

The shroud attaches to the barrel with a 14mm nut that is 1/2 20 threaded.

Matt from USA

Try Donny FL they make adaptors to fit .Have one for my Gladius.

Stanley from USA

The shroud end is threaded. You would have to find or make an adapter to attach a moderator unit to the shroud.

Mark from USA

Has anyone who is Left Handed shot this bullpup? If so, how uncomfortable did you find it? Did it effect your cheek weld / accuracy.

asked Lance from USA

I have the 25 with wood stock and am left handed and have no problems. Best thing I did for accuracy was add a regulator from Huma-Air.

Michael from USA

Does the .25 cal Hatsan FlashPup QE S have the lighting bolt logo on the stock?

asked Joseph from USA

Is this a 2900 psi rifle ?

asked Dom

What does loudness "3- medium " actually mean? Maybe if was in decibels I would understand. Anyone know? Thanks. Randy.

asked Randy
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