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 Post subject: Re: Hatsan MOD 99 Review

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I think Hatsan spares should be available at Hira Arms since they are importing and importing in huge quantities. Also I have not really heard of anyone with a Hatsan requiring spares specially the spring.

A Fellow member has shot over 5000 pellets with his Sniper without loosing any MV since day 1. Also all these models are compatible with Vortex Gas Pistons which are a replacement for springs. You install one of those and then you just forget. You then dont even have to worry about keep one chambered in the Gun.

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Thanks for the chornying results , its a beautiful budget
airgun IMHO it should not be compared with shadow
since it has a fsr better golden trigger and a beautiful stock

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Thanks. Tell us about the Vortex Gas piston thing please.

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Hatsan Vortex Gas Pistons technology is developed and manufactured by Hatsan to be specifically used in most Hatsan Break Barrel and Under Lever airguns. Hatsan Vortex Gas Pistons utilize regular air instead of any other type of gas.

Benefits of Gas Piston Airguns
Gas piston powered airguns can remain cocked for long periods of time without causing any spring stress or damage to the gun.

Gas piston powered airguns produce more steady and consistent power between consecutive shots versus spring powered airguns.
Gas Piston powered airguns eliminate most of the vibration caused by the oscillation of the heavy springs used in spring powered airguns. Gas Piston models oscillate much less and finish the action cycle in less time than spring powered models making for a more comfortable confident shooting experience.

Gas piston powered airguns’ lifecycle is significantly greater than its spring action counterparts. There is no risk of spring fatigue or spring breakage. Fewer moving parts result in a much more efficient and reliable operating system.

Gas piston powered airguns provide higher, consistent velocities over their lifetime when compared to spring action models. Springs get weaker over time causing decreases in velocity.

Gas piston powered airguns provide a much smoother and quieter shooting experience than their spring action counterparts. With gas powered models, the cocking action is much smoother. Also, spring grinding noises are eliminated during the cocking and firing sequence.

Kindly Note that Hatsans do not come with the Vortex Pistons. This is an upgrade that can be installed inside the stock version of the Airgun which comes with a regular cylinder and spring.

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Very beautiful and indeed a good addition in your collection Brother!

I bet it shoots like a canary too... ;)

Nice one...
Cheers...

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NG.. It shoots very nice Alhumdulillah... Have not been getting much time though but have been shooting leaves from my window :-) and making groups on them.
When I am shooting randomly like that, I ensure that my muzzle is pointing up with clear background rather than shoot straight or pointing down....

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