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Hatsan Proxima, Walnut

Available in .177, .22, .25, Multi-shot Underlever!
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From the powerhouse of Turkish air arms comes the Hatsan Proxima air rifle!

Powered by a Vortex gas-piston powerplant, the Proxima is ready for hours of backyard target shooting and small game hunting. This air rifle’s greatest asset is its ability to quickly fire repeating shots, thanks to the 2 included spring-loaded rotary magazines. With a cock of the underlever, you’re ready to fire again and again.

Featuring a Turkish walnut thumbhole stock with an adjustable cheekpiece and ergonomic pistol grip, the Proxima is ready for the trail with its included carrying sling. Resting in the stock is a black chrome finished barrel and cylinder to provide maximum protection against corrosion. Hatsan’s combo rail system gives shooters a choice of their preferred optics whether Weaver/Picatinny or Dovetail--or if you prefer, use the included fiber-optic sights. Hatsan’s famed Quattro Trigger ensures a clean break for maximum accuracy.

If you’re looking for a gas piston that delivers power, performance, and repeating shots, make the Proxima the next star of your backyard range.

Proxima Turkish Walnut Air Rifle Features
  • Gas-piston powerplant (Vortex)
  • Fixed barrel/underlever cocking system
  • Rifled black chrome finish steel barrel
  • SAS - shock absorber system 
  • Shock absorbtion scope stop
  • Turkish walnut ambidextrous stock with thumbhole
  • Two-stage fully adjustable Quattro trigger system
  • Elevation adjustable comb
  • Gold plated trigger blade
  • Truglo fiber optic micro adjustable rear sight for both windage and elevation
  • Hooded Truglo fiber optic front sight
  • Manual safety and automatic cocking safety
  • Anti bear-trap cocking arm safety
  • Two detachable clip magazines
  • Free sling and detachable picatinny rail
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Specs
  • ManufacturerHatsan
  • Caliber.177
  • Velocity820 fps
  • ConditionNew
  • Ammo TypePellets
  • ActionUnderlever
  • Barrel StyleRifled
  • Fire ModeRepeater
  • Gun Weight9.30
  • Overall Length45.40
  • Barrel Length15.50
  • Loudness3-Medium
  • Magazine Capacity14
  • MechanismGas-piston
  • RailWeaver & 11mm dovetails
  • SafetyManual
  • Front SightsFiber Optic
  • Rear SightsAdjustable for windage & elevation
  • Shots per Fill0
  • Trigger AdjustabilityTwo-stage adjustable
  • Trigger Action0
  • UseSmall game hunting/target practice
  • Warranty1-year limited warranty
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4.57 Reviews
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4.0
By TimothyAugust 8, 2021

You do need one, actually. You need it in the way people need British motorcycles. It certainly won't be your everyday go-to, but it serves a purpose and proves a point.

Pros
Fantastic stock. Not only comfortable to shoot once cocked, it looks badass. Good trigger that can actually be adjusted. If you take the time to sight it in correctly, it is deadly accurate. Nice Picatinny rail.

Cons
Oh, I have such a mixed relationship with this rifle. It is heavy. Very heavy. It is also heavy to cock, as in "put your chiropractor on danger money." If I were going off for squirrel hunting for an afternoon, I'd as likely grab my Hatsan 87, which is much lighter, about 90% as accurate when dialed in, and can be cocked without the help of three men and a boy. The Proxima magazines work well enough, but they are better reloaded at a bench than in the middle of the woods. If you wanted another multi-shot rifle with significant spank, the Gamo Swarm Magnum has better magazines, an excellent stock, and a fairly good trigger.

4.0
By TimothyAugust 7, 2021

You do need one, actually. You need it in the way people need British motorcycles. It certainly won't be your everyday go-to, but it serves a purpose and proves a point.

Pros
Fantastic stock. Not only comfortable to shoot once cocked, it looks badass. Good trigger that can actually be adjusted. If you take the time to sight it in correctly, it is deadly accurate. Nice Picatinny rail.

Cons
Oh, I have such a mixed relationship with this rifle. It is heavy. Very heavy. It is also heavy to cock, as in "put your chiropractor on danger money." If I were going off for squirrel hunting for an afternoon, I'd as likely grab my Hatsan 87, which is much lighter, about 90% as accurate when dialed in, and can be cocked without the help of three men and a boy. The Proxima magazines work well enough, but they are better reloaded at a bench than in the middle of the woods. If you wanted another multi-shot rifle with significant spank, the Gamo Swarm Magnum has better magazines, an excellent stock, and a fairly good trigger.

5.0
By RandyUSAMay 24, 2021

Fantastic air rifle. Great Quality. Buy!!!

Pros
Very impressive pellet rifle. High quality and attention to detail from the gold plated trigger to the leather embroidered sling to the only plastic is the trigger guard and front sight mount. Even the rails to mount accessories is metal. I don't know how they sell a pellet rifle of this quality so cheap. Great price for this. You want a high quality self contained air rifle, I highly recommend this one. Mine is the 25 caliber and it is a blast to shoot. Shot 80 rounds the first 2 days I had it. I'm in my 60s so any younger adult should be able to handle this

Cons
Nothing

5.0
By LouisUSADecember 18, 2020 Verified Purchase

I am somewhat of a novice to air gun shooting so my thoughts are based on my limited knowledge, but I have shot a lot of centerfire rifles. I have found the rifle to be consistently accurate once you find the right pellet (3/4" groups at 30 yds.). Would probably do better if I could hold it steadier. The rifle seems to me to be slightly quieter than my other air rifle, an under lever springer. The cocking does take some effort, more than my under lever springer, so for old guys like me (76 years young) just be prepared. I believe I will get used to it but some older guys might find it too difficult to handle. All in all, for the price and performance I am very happy with my purchase even though I have only had the rifle a short time.

Pros
I really like the stock and grip and the fact that it is a repeater with a magazine.

Cons
It does take some energy to cock and for an old man like me is a bit taxing. For me it makes a quick follow up shot difficult. With a scope the rifle is heavy, between 11 and 12 pounds I would think.

5.0
By CarlOctober 29, 2018

It is really to bad that people blame the Springer and not them self for poor accuracy artillery hold is of utmost importance when shooting a Springer especially in .25 caliber. These guns are extremely accurate out to 45 yards.

5.0
By JohnUSASeptember 26, 2018

Awesome. Everything I expected.

2.0
By DavidUSAApril 13, 2018

I wanted to like this rifle, unfortunately it would not zero! I installed a UTG drooper rail and I still had to shim the scope and it will not zero side to side!

Pros
This is a beautiful gun! I have it in .25 cal. and like the 10 shot magazine!

Cons
It IS A HEAVY GUN! And what good is a beau tiful, expensive rifle if you cannot hit anything because it will not zero in!

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Will it shoot slugs of any type accurately?

asked David from USA

I would like to use this gun for field target matches . Can you load one pellet at a time in the barrel ? I don;t think field target rules allows the use of magazines in guns during matches for safety reasons . Can the the gun be fitted with a 12 fpe ram to comply with the WFTF rules ? Does this gun come in a spring version ?

asked Steves from USA

Which scopes fit the Hatsan Proxima rifle. Are any other parts needed to mount a scope on this rifle?

asked Christopher from USA

just about any scope that is rated for springer air rifles, they have to deal with the spring rebound recoil, they will use either picatiny or 11mm'3/8 in dovetail mount

Jim from USA

Is this available in a synthetic stock?

asked Frank from USA

DAVID ,before u condem the gun double ck. your scope , i have tried several different brands on mine and they all work well , but the atg seem to work best in lower lite conditions , just a tip each time u have to adj. the turrets on you scope take a small dowell stick about 8 inches in length and litely tap on the barrel of the scope to settle the new settings. u might find it works better. just a thought

Jim from USA

not at this time as far as i know

Jim from USA

You think it could kill a hog? If so what Cal. Would work best?

asked Noah

Does anyone know where I can buy a spare rotary mag. in .25 cal.?

asked David from USA

From HatsanUSA

Randy from USA

Would the company be making it more powerful like the 125 sniper??? Because a lot of real shooting need pellet stabilization !!! You just don’t make a rifle that nice of quality and looks with power of 30 or 50 dollars rifle! You can go to Walmart for that!!!! Not to say the least!!! We will spending alot of money on looks!! We’re hunters and shooters!! 400 dollars just to plink?? I’m going to let you answer that

asked Tony

Don't let the numbers fool you. With the right pellet my .25 punched holes through a heavy metal grill lid. None of my PCP or break barrel .22s could do that. Yes there are more powerful break barrel .25s out there, but this is a repeater. Well worth the purchase. Great quality

Randy from USA

Would the company be making it more powerful like the 125 sniper??? Because a lot of real shooting need pellet stabilization !!! You just don’t make a rifle that nice of quality and looks with power of 30 or 50 dollars rifle! You can go to Walmart for that!!!! Not to say the least!!! We will spending alot of money on looks!! We’re hunters and shooters!! 400 dollars just to plink?? I’m going to let you answer that

asked Tony

Would the company be making it more powerful like the 125 sniper??? Because a lot of real shooting need pellet stabilization !!! You just don’t make a rifle that nice of quality and looks with power of 30 or 50 dollars rifle! You can go to Walmart for that!!!! Not to say the least!!! We will spending alot of money on looks!! We’re hunters and shooters!! 400 dollars just to plink?? I’m going to let you answer that

asked Tony

Would the company be making it more powerful like the 125 sniper??? Because a lot of real shooting need pellet stabilization !!! You just don’t make a rifle that nice of quality and looks with power of 30 or 50 dollars rifle! You can go to Walmart for that!!!! Not to say the least!!! We will spending alot of money on looks!! We’re hunters and shooters!! 400 dollars just to plink?? I’m going to let you answer that

asked Tony

Would the company be making it more powerful like the 125 sniper??? Because a lot of real shooting need pellet stabilization !!! You just don’t make a rifle that nice of quality and looks with power of 30 or 50 dollars rifle! You can go to Walmart for that!!!! Not to say the least!!! We will spending alot of money on looks!! We’re hunters and shooters!! 400 dollars just to plink?? I’m going to let you answer that

asked Tony

As nice as looks! I would love to bye it in 177 cal; But I would need it with much power as the 125 sniper along with the accuracy it has!!!!! I would bye it!!

asked Tony

Would the proxima be a good hunting weapon

asked Stephen from USA

Yes. It is made for hunting. Especially the .25. I've taken care of armadillos with mine at 26 yards

Randy from USA

Would this gun compare to a tx200 in accuracy

asked Stephen from USA

How good is hatsan quality compared to others?

asked Doug

Way better than most in its price range. That's been my experience with the 2 I have

Randy from USA

I understand this rifle weighs in a bit over 11 pounds and that the cocking power needed is in excess of 52 pounds. At age 73, this means it is a formidable challenge, although not so much "today" as tomorrow as I enter the inevitable decline expected by all of us. First, does the gun actually weigh in at or above 11 pounds? Second, does it require more than 50 pounds of pressure to be cocked? Thank you for your help!

asked Russ from USA

Yes it is every bit of 11 pounds and 40 pounds of pressure. I'm 63 with a bad heart and still shoot 30 rounds before I tire. It comes with a sling to make it easier to carry around when you are hunting. 11 pounds of quality

Randy from USA

Por favor avisar cuando llega este HATSAN PROXIMA CAL 25 (6,35mm)? GRACIAS

asked JULIO ENRIQUE LEGUIZAMO

How does the magazine cycle?

asked Peter marino

Spring loaded and works like most round magazines of this type

Randy from USA

What is the cocking effort for this gun, Hatsan Proxima

asked Douglas from USA

Does this come in. 25 caliber as the ad states?

asked Fred

[email protected] does just come in at 25 caliber I see it says 25 caliber up top but there is no place to order a 25 caliber are you just out of the 25 caliber or does it not coming to 25 caliber if it does could you please send me information on ordering the 25 caliber with priced and shipping in charges

asked Clayborn from USA

How does the SAS system work? Is it just a rubber but pad?

asked John from USA

does it have a rifled barrel? how accurate is it .Do the pellets feed without jamming?

asked Harold from USA

Is this available in .25 ??

asked Rich

How many pounds are needed to cock?

asked Dillon

How many pounds of pressure is required to cock?

asked Dillon

About 40 pounds

Randy from USA
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