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Hatsan Gladius 22 Regulator

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by Headshotharry, Jan 26, 2020.

  1. Headshotharry

    Headshotharry Engaging Member

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    has anyone got a hatsan gladius or know someone who has got one that has had a regulator fitted and what was cost and out come ... cheers
     
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    Have a look on YouTube, there's a number of videos on there that I think might be informative for you.
     
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    Will do thanks , have you got a gladius ?
     
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    No mate, I've had a number of PCP rifles over the years, but never a Hatsan.
     
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    the logun-ator "can i,? wey aye man!"

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    i dont have one myself,but ive repaired/service a few
     
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    Now knowing my sweet spot of the gun and getting a good shot count within that and a difference of 18fps through out this with a crono do you think I would benefit from a regulator ?
     
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    the logun-ator "can i,? wey aye man!"

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    it should sort it out yes but regs arnt ''plug and play'',you cant simply fit and forget them
    generally the cost to fit/setup the reg costs the same as the reg.ones ive done in the past,full job inc fitting and reg costs around £150 bus as its opened up be silly not to service/change all seals
     
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    So with posting ect works out a fair bit really , do you think 18fps is a lot and will make a lot of difference to poi , only just got a chrono so never really knew what the gun was doing
     
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    the logun-ator "can i,? wey aye man!"

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    yes it can be costly.
    18fps is quite a bit,mind you ive seen more on a hw100 and a r10 those guns ide expect better off
     
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    Thanks for info mate much appreciated
     
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    That sort of spread will make no difference to your poi out to 40-50M. Try it yourself if you are sceptical. All in the mind:)
     
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    I've recently fitted a HuMa internal regulator in my S200 .22. The manufacturers specification states that it should regulate each shot to 1% of the shot string average. For example if the shot string average is 600fps, then you should expect between 594 and 606fps for each shot. A variation of 12fps across the entire shot string, which in my case is 84 shots. This of course does not allow for pellet weight variation etc.
    An 18fps variation will have negligible effect downrange, I think it's about .4 of an inch over 50yds.
    For me the primary reason for fitting a regulator is to increase shot count. I fill to 210bar, the first shot will give me circa 11.4fpe and won't drop below 11fpe for 80+ shots.
    Am I happy with that....oh yes.
     
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    Thanks for info mate , my shot count is fine as it’s my gun I use on my permissions , thanks again
     

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