Hatsan Mod 25 SuperCharger QE has unmatched power, no matter the kind of bullet you’re using. This airgun is the right choice for experienced hunters or beginners.
You get a noticeably smoother shot. Recoil is absorbed by a spring-loaded sliding mechanism integrated into the grip stock. This makes for a more accurate and comfortable shooting experience.
The matte black finish and optional thumb groove makes this a great firearm for both self defense and recreational use. Available in.177 caliber and.22 caliber the Model 25 SuperCharger QE includes a 9” precision rifled German steel barrel fitted with Hatsan’s QE Technology – a fully shrouded barrel and an integrated sound moderator.
The Hatsan Mod 25 SuperCharger QE features the same match trigger and micro-adjustable green fiber optic rear sights as the SuperCharger, but it also features a high performance 2 stage adjustable match trigger that allows for adjustments on trigger travel and load. It also has a Quattro II Adjustable Match Trigger, allowing for adjustments on trigger travel and load.
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Our Optima 1×30 Red Dot Scope fits this air rifle’s cylinder perfectly and makes it an ideal air rifle for both target shooting and hunting. It also has an integrated Picatinny rail system for mounting accessories, like our Magpul Grip Pod (MGP-POD). The Optima 1×30 Red Dot Scope’s optics are also easy to see from far away.
This supercharged break-barrel.22 caliber pistol can be a perfect choice for your next target practice session. With this pistol you’ll have a reliable weapon that features a fiber-optic front sight for easy shooting.
It features a fiber optic front sight that can be adjusted for windage and elevation, a 2-stage match trigger, integrated sound moderator, anti-bear trap safety, textured grips, and a thumb rest.
Hatsan’s new model 25 is different from other breakbarrel pistols.
Well, that’s quite accurate as well! It is wonderful news for those who have been following the reports of the Hatsan model 25 Supercharger breakbarrel air pistol.
It’s been determined to be accurate, which is why I reserve my final observations until I test a gun on the range.
It was not a good start, but this big gun is still on track to do well.
This gun is hard to cock and it’s difficult to get the gun’s firing speed to hit its rate of fire. The breech is also very tight.
You should be able to find all of the products you need in the store today, and most of my concerns about the range are going away.
Turnaround isn’t something we often see happen, but that doesn’t mean it’s not possible, just more difficult.
In the early days of our testing, we often get a good idea of how well or poorly a gun will work.
And this one looked like it was headed downhill. But after you see the results in print, I think you’ll have to agree with me that the Hatsan Supercharger is a great airgun to consider.
Let’s get right to it. I’m going to choose to shoot at 10 meters because I have no idea what’s in store for me.
Only one person commented on accuracy, and he said he could get two-inch groups shooting offhand at 25 yards. After the test, I noticed that this website didn’t mention the exact number of shots, so I assumed this test was fake.
I used the classic overhead squat. The hold was so steady. This strong gun can handle a powerful round and can be held steady enough to get off more rounds. There are a few other factors that factor into where the pellet goes, so you need to be very consistent with your hold.
If it’s loaded, you’ll group tightly with all the other shells. A good technique is to “bounce” the ball the same way in every situation. Hold the gun this way and you’ll get a better sight picture. The fiber optic sights go black, giving you a precise dark sight picture instead of a vague glow of light dots.
No matter which option you chose, the trigger wasn’t going to matter as much. The hold was so secure that I could wait out the very long pull. Except for a couple times that I’ll note. When I saw it could, I decided to complete the 10-shot group.
I took seven additional shots after the first group, but I didn’t bother checking the targets until I went downrange to change the target. This rifle wants to shoot a tight group and the gun is very easy to clean. And second, I noticed that the amount the group had dropped from the first shot was about what I expected the 12 clicks to do.
There are some sites that are very precise and can be trusted. So I’m thinking that this might not be something we’re going to be able to solve with math. This is the first target. Nine of the ten JSB Exact domed pellets went into a tight group. There is no explanation for the lower one.
The three groups are 0.826 inches wide at their widest point.
I hope this looks encouraging. To see how far 12 clicks had dropped the group the first time, I dialed in 6 more clicks of down and 3 clicks of left, hoping to center the next group.
I fired the same pellet as last time, and didn’t bother to look through the spotting scope for the entire 10 rounds. My fourth shot was a called flier that I saw land high in the white.
When I went to shoot at the target, it was a very tight group.
The two closer shots are both from the same spot. The farthest one is just from me not holding as well as I should have. These two groups, together, told me this pistol can shoot.
This is the second encouraging group of people. This group is smaller than the first but not by much. When I first started shooting in the woods, I shot the heavier Exact Jumbo pellets. The second pellet was even more effective than the first one, as it was able to scatter all over the bull.
When I went to look at the target, it seemed to be larger than expected. There’s a clear difference between these two domes – even though they’re both domes and made by JSB. After firing the five groups, I have now reached my limit. Nevertheless, my experience with this cartridge from Hornady and its.35-06 chambering is not one of failure. A decisive result is what you want in any game of football. It doesn’t leave any doubt about who the best team is.
Final evaluation The Hatsan Supercharger is one of the best spring-piston air pistols on the market. In.22 caliber, the RWS Super Shock Varmint delivers over 7 foot-pounds of muzzle energy with an accurate pellet that puts it right up there in the same power class as the Beeman P1. Although it isn’t as refined as those two pistols, it still delivers power and accuracy.
When I began this report, I stated that if this pistol could hit its target, it would be a best buy. Even though it doesn’t make its advertised power, it’s still a powerhouse, and indeed it’s a best buy at the price. When you get it, you’re going to have to do your part to get the performance it offers.
|Max Velocity||800 fps|
|Trigger Pull||5.09 lbs|
|Muzzle Energy||8 ft/lbs|
|Cocking Effort||58 lbs|
|Front Sight||Adjustable for windage|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage & elevation|
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