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 Post subject: Hatsan 135 .177
PostPosted: Sun Oct 15, 2017 4:48 pm 
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Location: Sarnia Ont
A recent acquisition which I'm still amp'd up about.
A real solid feel to this rifle with abit if heft.
Nice walnut stock which appeared to have a oil type finish . You can see some lines on the stock in the photo which was oil and wiped off by hand.
It's got some weight ...it's got to weigh as much as my M1 Garand , but that's fine with me ..I ain't going to be hunting with it .
I've only got about 50rd through it so far and used the fiber optics only.
Using pellets that were in the 8gr range the rifle had a decent "crack" to it ..not quite like a .22lr but almost.
Tore up the frying pan at 25 yd and left some pretty good dingage at out to 50yd but kept most of my shooting at 30yd
Took it out and shot at some old aluminum fryingpans and picked out some dryed-up clumps of clay out in the field..had a blast , in other words...lol
After cocking it about 30 times or so I started to use 2 hands ...;)

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 Post subject: Re: Hatsan 135 .177
PostPosted: Sat Oct 21, 2017 7:54 am 
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Location: Meaford, Ont.
Since no one is answering you.... I have the "Hatsan 135 S". It is a few models under what you have. I love the gun. Can and has remained stock shooting 517 FPS with 7.4 waddcutters. Shoots so good it is my only pellet rifle I have found no need to take it apart. I shoot the Hatsan in the house more than any other pellet rifle I own. Have a BSA scope on it. I go through a ton of paper with that rifle.

Glad you like yours. When I buy a new rifle down the road it will be a Hatsan. (Have seven rifles presently.)

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