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Hatsan Air Gun Sale up to 63% off - Torpedo 100X for $124, 125 Vortex for $160, $4 flat rate shipping + $5 off coupon

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Last Edited by BeAuMaN May 8, 2016 at 08:36 PM
Hey everyone, came across this deal

been looking for airguns for a while and have heard a lot of good things about these Hatsan air rifles. If you've been looking for some decent bang for your buck and want to go plinking or hunt small game there are some really good deals to be had here.

Hatsan rifles already at retail offer a great value for your dollar, but these prices are near the lowest i've seen. and most users report that these guns hit HARD and have great accuracy. However the bundled scopes are usually garbage. Full list of items here [fieldsupply.com].

Shipping is a flat $3.99, but use code AF0516 to get $5 off, which basically makes shipping free and then some.


Things to know:
Vortex - More steady and consistent power between consecutive shots.
Eliminates most vibration caused by oscillation of heavy springs.
Much smoother and quieter shooting experience. you can read about here [com.tr] Air
Break Barrel - the way you cock the gun is to fold the gun in half at the barrel
Under lever - the way you cock the gun is to grab the bar below the rifle barrel and pull that down
Spring piston - the spring provides the energy that will compress the air when you pull the trigger.
PCP - these guns use a compressed air reservoir that you charge with a pump, these are more expensive, but are more powerful and dont require cocking.
.177 cal - this caliber is good for hunting small game like rats at close distances, they tend to shoot faster and are by far the cheapest type of round you can buy. you should buy these if you just want to target practice and plink, I wouldn't recommend these for hunting.
.22 cal - these are the best middle ground caliber. while they cost more than .177 rounds, they offer better foot pounds of force and leave larger wounds in the animal if you're hunting or killing pests like squirrels, and even raccoons with good shot placement. better to humanely kill than to wound and let them run away with a smaller caliber.
.25 cal - much more expensive caliber round but offer the most foot pounds of force and largest channel wound. you can use these to hunt small game larger than squirrels. great for hunting, not so for target practice as these are more expensive rounds.


Best to do your own research to know which will fit your needs

Best deals that I see:
Hatsan 125 Vortex .177, .22, .25 cal Air Rifle Combo (Camo) [fieldsupply.com]
$159.99 MSRP: $349.99

Hatsan Torpedo 100X Walnut Stock .177, .25 cal Underlever Air Rifle [fieldsupply.com]
$123.91 MSRP: $330.00

Hatsan Torpedo 155 Walnut Stock .177, .25 cal Underlever Air Rifle [fieldsupply.com]
$199.99 MSRP: $460.00


Hatsan AT44-10 Long .177, .22 cal PCP Air Rifle (Black)
[fieldsupply.com]
$386.99 MSRP: $599.00
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if you want an air gun get the .22 with gas piston.....i have a .177 but now want a .22 caliper pellet and after buying a motorcycle (v strom 650) on Friday my fun funds have been depleted......lol
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n00b here. I'm planning to buy a pistol as I want to start on a hobby. Does anyone give me pointers on which would be a best pistol to start off with ?
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This seems about the average pricing for these. For instance the .22 cal @ AirGunDepot is 199.99 while retail is listed @ $267.00. I'm not seeing anything great here.
At your link it's 198.96.
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n00b here. I'm planning to buy a pistol as I want to start on a hobby. Does anyone give me pointers on which would be a best pistol to start off with ?
It depends on what you want to do with it. In terms of bang for the buck and upgradeability, it's hard to beat the Crosman 1377/1322 multi-pump air pistols.

http://smile.amazon.com/Crosman-P...osman+1377
http://smile.amazon.com/Crosman-P...osman+1322

They're affordable, reliable and pretty darned accurate out of the box. And there's just a ton on online information on how to modify them. (for example: http://www.crosman-air-pistol-own...com/board/ )

I upgraded a 1322 with a steel breech kit, a scope, a longer barrel and a removable skeleton stock. Plus a number of modifications to the piston, trigger, bolt and the pump arm to increase it's power and accuracy. I have other, far more expensive air guns, but my DIY modified 1322 is far and away the one I shoot most often.
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Quote from majorhavoc View Post :
It depends on what you want to do with it. In terms of bang for the buck and upgradeability, it's hard to beat the Crosman 1377/1322 multi-pump air pistols.

http://smile.amazon.com/Crosman-P...osman+1377
http://smile.amazon.com/Crosman-P...osman+1322

They're affordable, reliable and pretty darned accurate out of the box. And there's just a ton on online information on how to modify them. (for example: http://www.crosman-air-pistol-own...com/board/

I upgraded a 1322 with a steel breech kit, a scope, a longer barrel and a removable skeleton stock. Plus a number of modifications to the piston, trigger, bolt and the plunger rod to increase it's power and accuracy. I have other, far more expensive air guns, but my DIY modified 1322 is far and away the one I shoot most often.
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this post reads like a promo that they paid you to post... just saying
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My favorite....., Benjamin Marauder.
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Bought the Hatsan Torpedo 100x for $123 shipped. Same as the 105x, but with a wood stock. Probably the best deal on there, though there are a couple highlights. The new 95 Vortex for $160 is a pretty decent deal, havent seen it below that, though $170 seems pretty easy to find, so only about $10 less. Its actually a better gun than the 100x, having the vortex ram, less weight, better balanced, comes with (mediocre) scope, easier to cock, wider support in the community. But that 100x is sooooo cheap, I can practice tuning and holding it and if I hate it still probably make a few bucks selling it.
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this post reads like a promo that they paid you to post... just saying
LOL, I was thinking the same thing.

That being said it's a lot more expensive at Amazon
http://www.amazon.com/Hatsan-Rifl...B00A6AEO8I
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in for the .22 cal PCP.. thanks!
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just buy a real gun
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Was going to buy an air arms .177.... This saves me a lot of money...in for 1!!!!!
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Quote from jcerven View Post :
This seems about the average pricing for these. For instance the .22 cal @ AirGunDepot is 199.99 while retail is listed @ $267.00. I'm not seeing anything great here.
At your link it's 198.96.
R u high??? Before you attempt to discredit a post, pull ur head out of ur arse.....hatsun torpedo 155 on airgun depot 349.....this special...199...get it???
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My favorite....., Benjamin Marauder.
I have spent literally thousands of dollars on high end pcp's... At the end of the day .. The marauder is the absolute best bang for the buck... considering all factors (quiet, powerful, accurate, cost, durability, trigger, etc. etc.)
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