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Hatsan Hercules Bully

Available in .177, .22, .25, .30, .357, .45, Powerful Synthetic Bullpup
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  • Code: AGD-45838952 · $899.99 · .177 · 1450 fps
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The Bully brings the same attitude and performance to the table as it's older brother, the Hercules. The most notable change over its sibling is the synthetic bullpup style stock, which reduces weight but still packs just about the same punch, but in a much more manageable size. The adjustability allows for customization to fit any shooters needs. Available in just about every caliber out there, the bully just might be the most versatile option Hatsan has ever offered. The energy varies between 50 to 290 FPE, depending on caliber and each barrel is riffled and choked to ensure a true fit for pellets. Each rifle includes Truglo flip up sights and a weaver mount for any type of optic you have in your arsenal!

Hatsan Hercules Bully Air Rifle

  • Precharged Pneumatic
  • Bullpup design
  • Sidelever action
  • Available in .177, .22, .25, .30, .35 and .45 caliber
  • QuietEnergy fully-shrouded barrel and integrated sound moderator, up to 50% quieter
  • Precision rifled and choked barrel for accuracy
  • 500cc carbon fiber air bottle mounted in the forearm
  • Includes 3 magazines
  • Magazine storage for two magazines in the stock
  • Standard Hatsan Fill probe (threaded to 1/8" BSPP male)
  • Synthetic ambidextrous bullpup stock
  • “Easy Adjust” check comb-stock equipped with integrated elevation adjustment button
  • Picatinny accessory rail beneath the forearm
  • Built-in pressure gauge to monitor the cylinder pressure
  • Long combination optics rail accepts both 11mm and Picatinny scope mounts
  • “Anti-double pellet feed” mechanism prevents more than one pellet loading into barrel
  • Detachable flip-up and adjustable sights with Trueglo fiber optics
  • 2-stage adjustable trigger for trigger travel and trigger load
  • Shots at optimal velocity: .177 (45), .22 (40), .25 (36), .30 (15), .35 (13), .45 (8)
  • Fitted sling swivels
  • Includes Hatsan sling
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Specs
  • ManufacturerHatsan
  • Caliber.177
  • Velocity1450 fps
  • ConditionNew
  • Ammo TypePellets
  • ActionSidelever
  • Barrel StyleRifled
  • Fire ModeRepeater
  • Gun Weight10.30
  • Overall Length36.20
  • Barrel Length23.00
  • Loudness4-Medium-High
  • Magazine Capacity17
  • MechanismPre-charged pneumatic
  • RailWeaver & 11mm dovetails
  • SafetyManual
  • Front SightsFiber Optic
  • Rear SightsFiber Optic
  • Shots per Fill45
  • Trigger AdjustabilityTwo-stage adjustable
  • Trigger Action0
  • UseHunting
  • Warranty1-year limited warranty
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Average Customer Review
4.4
4.58 Reviews
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5.0
By CRSDecember 25, 2020

Even is a Qe ia a loud gun,manufacturer can deliver together with gun supresor in order to reduce noise level.This is not a toy beeing ?i powerfull is deadly in all caliber,suggest do not allowed for kids to use.

Pros
In 25 calibre limited Sand color,Heavy,strong build turkish original Hammer forged barell.Very precise gun at 100m for sharp,shooter who know how to use the wind when shot,easy adjustable power,very powerfull.For precision need heavier pellets.Choose prosper caliber for hunting according with your needs.Original sighting and the scope delivered with the gun are not perfect but are good enough If you adjust and know how to use them.

Cons
A wallnuts stock was perfect for this powerful gun,degasing screw material of build poor quality steinless steel was perfect.

4.0
By DanielUSASeptember 7, 2020 Verified Purchase

Not all pellets fit to shoot this gun so be aware of pellets length and It didn’t come with the sling that’s promised.

Pros
Powerful, and worked nicely

Cons
Had scratches on it right out of the box

3.0
By ConnorUSAJuly 23, 2019 Verified Purchase

I just received my Hercules Bully yesterday. Everything seemed fine until i took my first few shot which were very very powerful i might add. After a few shots the safety got stuck in the off position. I had noticed when i first opened the gun that the safety felt very stiff and hard to move. After it got stuck i took the stock off and found that i had to adjust the trigger linkage a bit to get it working. (overall the safety design is not great it definitely could be better) maybe i got a dud but no matter how i adjust the linkage it move quite stiff. (hard to flick off with 1 finger. I also was missing the sling that it is supposed to include. One call to customer service and they sent me a sling right away, and told me i must call Hatsan to talk about the safety issue. Overall the customer service was good. As far as accuracy i don't have an answer yet as i have only taken about 10 shots. This air rifle is very very loud. I was shocked at the noise level. Hover i don't have much to compare it to as this is my first big bore air gun. I would say it is a bout 60% as loud as a 12 gauge shot gun. overall I am enjoying that gun. I think some parts could have better quality for the large price tag however its not the worst.

Pros
- extremely powerful - feels balanced

Cons
- not the smoothest action (very stiff but hey its got a heavy spring) - the Safety is not smooth. Definitely needs improvements.

5.0
By StevenUSAFebruary 15, 2019

I purchased the 45 cal ,after a few adjustments like the trigger this rifle comes with a heavy trigger,I adjusted the power about 2 full turns clockwise and my God this can do anything from buffalo to dinosaurs. I recommend not to shoot this in your backyard unless you live in the woods.My next test is a target at 100 yrds we will see.Well worth the $ and This bullpup is more fun to shoot than any other gun in my arsenal.If you decide to purchase the 45 cal definatly get you a 90 cup ft carbon tank I get quite a bit of fills.Hand pump is not recommended for this rifle.This is a serious tool not the average airgun.

Pros
Super power, multie adjustable, durable, fun,plenty of room for attachments, many uses, comfortable, compact, easy to take apart and reassemble,super accurate.

Cons
I don't have enough pellets Time to go shopping. Can't find strong enough targets.At least a 90 cu foot tank highly recommended.

5.0
By Post USAJanuary 11, 2019

I bought one of these one purpose... Hunting... This will make short work from anything from woodchucks to whitetails... Carries good when stalking in the woods, great for tree stand hunting whitetails. I prefer the open sights for tree stand hunting, but that's just a personal preference... Red dots work good too.. Most of my shots are anywhere from 25 feet to 30 or 40 yds... The 3 magazines are a plus. Get a good bipod and choose your ammo...

Pros
Easy to carry, easy access to the magazines provided, easy to fill, easy to shoulder and feels very comfortable.

Cons
The sling is crap...

3.0
By JeffUSASeptember 7, 2018

I have the Benjamin Bulldog and can utilize a wide variety of ammo,have the 357 Bully and have only a very few choices to pick from can't even load larger ammo manually.Very disappointed, with these limitations.

Pros
Light weight

Cons
Limited ammo,pricey,

5.0
By AllenJuly 20, 2018

From the time I opened the box. My grin was so big, I thought my face would crack. Power out the ying yang. Accurate, omg, 3shots I was zeroed in at30 meters. It 6 shots to bullseye 100 meters. After 30 minutes I was 10 shots at 1" group. I'm 63 years old, I haven't shoot like that since I was in the military. Love this gun!!!

Pros
I can t find any fault. Many a regulator and power wheel. A Bully 257 cal. Yea!! 8

Cons
None

5.0
By BernieUSAJune 15, 2018

My first PCP was the Hatsan BT65 QE .25 cal, and I absolutely loved the power and accuracy I got from it, but the Hatsan Bully .357 cal. gave me the same great accuracy with A LOT more power behind it!! I was using the Air Venturi 95 gr. hollow points and it was plowing through ~5 inches of pine wood like nothing from 35 yards!! I plan on using the 105 gr. flat nose by Air Venturi to see which one is more accurate, but all the same this airgun is inventive with its bullpup size, 3 rotary mags, a sling, and a big boar that actually does not automatically go into safety when reloading!!

Pros
power, accuracy, size

Cons
One problem I have experienced with the airgun so far is just the size of the round you put inside. On the actual rifle it says ".35 cal (9mm)" and the Air Venturi 95 gr hollow points are .356 cal., so they're a little difficult when loading in the mag and rifle, but the 105 gr. flat nose loads in the mag with more ease. It is not really a complaint, but always make sure you test what kind of rounds your air rifle likes and dislikes!!

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What type of hand pump can I use

asked Mark from USA

is the .45 also rifled ?

asked Bradly from USA

Would a JSB Hades .22 Caliber Pellet 15.50mm fit too?

asked Wesley from USA

I can't find any ammo that will fit .

asked William from USA

I use the .457 from Neilson . ammo , 196gr . I have not found any other that will work in my bully + they have the best price

Allen from USA

My .45 caliber

William from USA

Can the 35 cal be used for moose hunting

asked Robert from USA

Can you regulate the pressure on this air rifle?

asked Luke from USA

I own a 4500 psi 4 stage hand pump. could I use this for this gun or would I just be miserable ?

asked William from USA

The answer below is very accurate. Im shopping for an electric pump now.

William from USA

To fill a 500 cc tank with a hand pump can be done. It will take a lot of work.

Mark from USA

Can this gun accept the exceptional Nosier ballistic 357 rounds??? https://www.airgundepot.com/benjamin-nosler-ballistic-tip-extreme-air-rifle-bullet-357-caliber.html

asked Joel

What are the best pellets to use for the .45 Cal model?

asked Taylor Harper

I use the .457 from Neilson . ammo , 196gr . I have not found any other that will work in my bully + they have the best price

Allen from USA

Is it regulated

asked Alfred from USA

All airguns running HPA systems that fill over 1000 psi have to be regulated in some fashion.

Michael from USA

Hi. Im new to the pcp genre and am very intrigued. I am in the research phase and had a few questions. 1. I am familiar with traditional firearms, but what is maintanence like for a gun of this type? 2. What is the likelihood of a gasket failure with these guns? 3. How difficult is it to have a gun repaired? Can any gun shop handle it? 4. Which brands are the most dependable? I sure appreciate any response. Thank you for your time in advance.

asked Zachary

which pellets and slugs are the most accurate for the Hercules bully .25 cal.?

asked david from USA

will the .30 cal take down a deer

asked RAYMOND TATE

Can a moderator be installed? And how easily could it be done? Thank you

asked Kyle

I have a pack of coyotes that is trying to get at my dogs. They already took our chickens. I have a depredation permit, but don't want to trap, or scare my neighbors. Looking at an air gun and night scope. Which caliber would you use?

asked Paul Franklin

I want to purchase this air rifle in .45 cal but I want to also purchase a carbon fiber tank and I’m trying to figure out what’s the best tank for me! I don’t want to have to refill every time I use all 8 Shots and I also want to be able to carry the tank in a back pack (smaller the better) I only really need 2-3 FULL refulls if more great but I want it to completely fill my rifle and still be light enough to carry in the field what do you recommend?

asked Mitch Londono

Can you fill it with a portable tank ?

asked Mitch

I bought a pinty 3-9x32eg can i use it with this air rifle?

asked Lisa Jimenez

is this rifle available in mexico or it's only in the u.s.a.

asked carlos

Can the shroud be removed, and could this gun shoot air venturi airbolts in 357 cal?

asked Glen from USA

Can a regulator be put on this gun? If yes, which one works best.

asked Jerry

has anyone bought this in 45 caliber and do you like it

asked james n gallo

Is this semi automatic or do you have to use bolt action to reload after one shot

asked Dustin Arnold

Do they have a version of the Hecules Bully with an integrate barrel suppressor?

asked Kenneth Narvios

Is this gun good for hunting coyote?

asked Dale Baker

I live in the state of Texas which will allow airguns for game this year. I need a minimum projectile weight of 150gr at a minimum of 800fps or any combination of these and 215 ft lbs of muzzle energy. It appears the Bully in .45 meets this criteria. Does anyone know for sure if this gun will meet the requirements?

asked Jacob from USA

What is the best 45 ammunition to be used with this rifle?

asked Daniel from USA

What is the fill pressure on the bully

asked Russ

Sounds like a great gun, if only the barrel twist rate, number of lands and grooves and their type and depth; also, if choked or not. I presume that the velocities published were made with the lightest pellets, the kinetic energy given was with the heaviest pellets, and the number of shots per fill are as stated at the optimum velocities, but for shot count, fps, or fpe? I calculate somewhere in the middle between the published velocity and the velocities to obtain the highest kinetic energy. If anyone has the real world data on velocity, pellet weight, and accuracy, I can't extrapolate, statistically speaking, the values to compare quality and performance and see how it measures up to the price. What attracted me was the under $1K price and the eye opening data and stated performance. Thanks.

asked Francisco Javier Briseno

Not regulated?

asked mark

Does this gun come with interchangeable calbers i am interested in .45 but would like other calabers or

asked Vincent Kane

i need sagations for what kind of pumper and mount used this gun please tell me

asked Mohammad Javed Khan

What is the FPE for .25, .30, and .35? Approximately? Chap, from Nashville

asked Chappy from USA

Are the different caliber choices listed interchangeable with the barrels?

asked William
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