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Hatsan Piledriver

Available in .50, .45, Powerful Big Bore
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  • Code: AGD-515610310 · $1,179.99 · .50 · 850 fps
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When you think of Hatsan, you think of power, and that's exactly what you get with the Hatsan PileDriver PCP air rifle. This big bore bad boy delivers over 700 FPE in .45 caliber and over 800 FPE in .50 caliber, making it an absolute leader in the airgun market. That's definitely enough power to take down any game you'll find in North America, and there are YouTube videos out there to prove it. This bullpup rifle manages to provide all of that power using a 33" barrel while coming in at just under 47" total length. It has a large single shot loading port that can handle ammo up to 34mm long and cocks easily with a long sidelever. Although the Hatsan PileDriver is fairly heavy at 10 pounds, that weight is mostly centered thanks to the bullpup design. It has a 480cc carbon fiber tank that fills to 300 BAR, which gives you 4-6 shots in the .45 cal and 3-5 shots in the .50 cal before velocity and POI are suboptimal. The PileDriver PCP has an elevation and angle adjustable buttpad to go with its elevation adjustable locking cheek piece, giving you maximum comfort and repeatable sight alignment. It also features an ergonomic synthetic advanced polymer thumbhole stock with an all-weather pistol grip. Hatsan has included their two stage adjustable Quattro trigger, so whether you're out in the field shooting big game or out at the range shooting paper, this rifle gives you precision to go along with best in class power.

Hatsan Piledriver Features

  • Available in .45 (.457) and .50 (.510) caliber
  • 480cc Carbon Fiber Bottle
  • 300 BAR (4,350 PSI) Fill Pressure
  • Precision Rifled Barrel 
  • Bullpup Design
  • Quattro Trigger
  • Long Sidelever for easy cocking action
  • Synthetic Thumbhole stock with adjustable cheekpiece 
  • Angle and elevation adjustable buttpad
  • 11mm dovetail/weaver combo scope rail
  • 3 Picatinny accessory rails mounted around the air cylinder
  • Utilizes a fill probe threaded to 1/8" BSPP
  • Large loading port accomodates ammo up to 34mm long
  • 4-6 shots in .45 cal, 3-5 shots in .50
  • 700 FPE in .45 cal, 800+ FPE in .50
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Specs
  • ManufacturerHatsan
  • Caliber.50
  • Velocity850 fps
  • ConditionNew
  • Ammo TypePellets
  • ActionSidelever
  • Barrel StyleRifled
  • Fire ModeSingle-shot
  • Gun Weight10.00
  • Overall Length46.50
  • Barrel Length33.00
  • Loudness5-High
  • Magazine Capacity1
  • MechanismPre-charged pneumatic
  • RailWeaver & 11mm dovetails
  • SafetyManual
  • Front Sightsnone
  • Rear Sightsnone
  • Shots per Fill5
  • Trigger AdjustabilityTwo-stage adjustable
  • Trigger ActionSingle-Action
  • UseHunting
  • Warranty1-year limited warranty
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By onedererUSAJuly 20, 2020

It is important to inform the customers that there are two diameters relating to 50 caliber airguns. The Air Force Texan requires the ammo to be .501", and this also applies to the Hatsan, and Umarex Hammer. Actually these airguns are .510 diameter caliber. A little bit larger than the .5 caliber rifles. The regular 50 caliber ammo, will just slide down the barrel of the .510 barrel, and down to the floor. The ammo for the regular 50 caliber, is smaller than .50" It is .49X". Be careful! I received ammo for the smaller size 50 cal. but the ammo was measured as: .396X". This looks like 45 cal ammo, and not fit for 50 cal. usage. It is important that you measure what you bought. No wonder my shots were taking a vacation! The ammo was flying with the air cushion passing around it while rushing out of the the barrel. It was also bouncing up and down in the barrel's walls.

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Inform the customers the difference between the two different sizes for 50 caliber ammo, and which guns they apply to. Apply the diameter of the ammo, on the ammo box so there is no expensive mistakes on the purchases or errors in selection(s).

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What is the weight in 50 cal ?

asked Benjamin Reese

Is the .50 cal gonna be set up to shoot arrows and why not if it isn't

asked William from USA

Loading force required?

asked Paul from USA
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