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My Hatsan 900x

Discussion in 'Gun Gallery' started by Kev68, May 7, 2020.

  1. Kev68

    Kev68 Member

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    Thought I would share a picture of my Hatsan 900x in 177 flavour. Although secondhand it’s in really nice condition.
    05C000F1-A794-4CA6-A0C1-2607B8E2B4E4.jpeg
     
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    fencer35 Engaging Member

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    Nice !
    I have a .22 model and I love it .
    Initally I coudnt get any accuracy with it but after a couple tins of pellets it came good.
    Also I read on this forum about a longer trigger adjusting screw which I also have done . Now its a totally different piece of gear from what it was when new.
    Good Luck !
     
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    mikeyhall1 Amazing Poster

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    Lovely mate
     
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    Super-20 Posting Addict

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    I do like a hatty break barrel.:thumb:

    Got a 1000x in .25 and a model 60 in .22 cal.
    I think they represent excellent value for money . Enjoy :).
     
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  5. Kev68

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    Thanks guys for your comments, it’s a lovely rifle to shoot and own.
     
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    Wild Bill co2 Enthusiast, HW97, K98 owner

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    Very nice.
     
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    Gat Man Busy Member

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    For the price these sell at I'd have one tomorrow if it weren't for the big plastic mod
     
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    looks good mate
     
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  9. gasman

    gasman Up a bit,,,,,,,

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    What wrong with that, more then strong enough
     
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    Looking good :thumb:
     
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    jb37 posted

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    Very nice, have fun
     
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    Thanks to everyone for the comments.
     
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    Love mine in .22 I've added a raised cheek piece to.:thumb:
     

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  14. Wing-span

    Wing-span Hello Peter Rabbit. Shhh... go to sleep.

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    Interesting raised cheek piece. what parts did you use to make it adjustable?
     
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    dubnut1 Donator

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    Hi, I just used aluminium rod 16mm and a band saw to cut, then drilled and threaded 2 holes in the side for some 8mm grub screws.
     
  16. Wing-span

    Wing-span Hello Peter Rabbit. Shhh... go to sleep.

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    Thank you. A project for the future I think. I have sanded mine back and I'm starting to work in mineral oil to seal the wood.
     
  17. Wing-span

    Wing-span Hello Peter Rabbit. Shhh... go to sleep.

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    The new 900x trigger is a dream to work on, so easy to do and has made this even better value. I have a tuned HW95K and this Hatsan is now nearly as smoooth to fire, but not quite. £85, its a steal.
     

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    rabbitwrecker Needs to be Loved...

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    Wing-span Hello Peter Rabbit. Shhh... go to sleep.

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    This shoots one ragged hole on my 18 yrd garden range now. Sorting the trigger has really tightened up the grouping. Chuffed! :cool:
     

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