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Offline caleb90

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Used 95 in .22 value
« on: November 06, 2021, 04:01:49 PM »
Thinking about selling because i might by a 125 in .25. only need 1 air rifle, stock has a few small blemishes and bluing is good. Whats the value on these?
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Re: Used 95 in .22 value
« Reply #1 on: November 06, 2021, 05:12:53 PM »
The Mod95 is a sweet entry level breakbarrel with a decent (sometimes gorgeous) Turkish Walnut stock and a pretty good Quattro trigger.

I'm a little spoiled on bargain prices for Hatsan rifles. Most of my Mod95 coil springers were purchased for $80 as refurbs from Hatsan during free-ship weekends. I think the 22 cal is optimum for the Mod95 power plant so that's a plus. Not interested in another 177 at this time. While the Mod95 in 25 cal is also a fine rifle, IMHO the Mod125 is better suited to sling the heavier 25 cal lead.

If I were considering another Mod95 coil springer the absolute highest I would offer is $100 shipped.

Those $80 refurbs are gone and probably not reappearing anytime soon.  New and refurb prices are higher now so you may get better offers.

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Re: Used 95 in .22 value
« Reply #2 on: November 06, 2021, 07:07:27 PM »
Id be happy with 100 bucks.. i still have the dang oem box it came in. Main reason for wanting to upgrade to the .25. is its as close to a 22( 22cb) that is that i can get with a cheap air rifle. Im just not simple into these enough to spend the coin on a high end pcp style air rifle
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Re: Used 95 in .22 value
« Reply #3 on: November 06, 2021, 08:28:07 PM »
Ordered the 125 in .25 cal tonight. Will be posting pics and making an add for the model 95 tmr
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Re: Used 95 in .22 value
« Reply #4 on: November 22, 2021, 11:54:26 AM »
Ordered the 125 in .25 cal tonight. Will be posting pics and making an add for the model 95 tmr

Where's the pix, bro?  ;)

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How's the 125 so far?
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Re: Used 95 in .22 value
« Reply #5 on: November 23, 2021, 07:46:24 AM »
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Re: Used 95 in .22 value
« Reply #6 on: November 25, 2021, 10:46:56 AM »
I couldnt figure out how to post pics. But the father inlaw took the mod95 for red squirrel control. The mod 125 so far is good. 200 rounds down the tube. Dieseling is done, i shimmed the breach seal. Hits hard need to run it over the crony to see how consistant it is
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Re: Used 95 in .22 value
« Reply #7 on: November 28, 2021, 01:02:41 PM »
I couldnt figure out how to post pics. But the father inlaw took the mod95 for red squirrel control. The mod 125 so far is good. 200 rounds down the tube. Dieseling is done, i shimmed the breach seal. Hits hard need to run it over the crony to see how consistant it is

The trick with posting pix here is to resize them first, so they fit the image size constraints. Anything shown here would be fine at 800 pixels wide.

On a PC: When you find the pic on your computer, right click the file, then select 'Edit' from the right-click menu. Then use the resize option, select pixels (not %) set the larger dimension to 800. It will automatically resize the smaller dimension to be in proportion. Then, either save over the original file or save with a new name, if you want to keep the original file in full resolution.
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Re: Used 95 in .22 value
« Reply #8 on: December 04, 2021, 05:24:26 PM »
Carl, FWIW I am very happy with my .25 cal 125.
Its not especially heavy or crazy hard to cock, but it shoots hard and seems to be accurate.
I say seems because I've only shot it out to 25 yards and not on paper so I don't have numbers to share.  It does show a marked preference for JSB 25.4's though. Which is fine with me.
I bought it as a utility item, but I like it enough to consider spending a little more money on it - good glass for starters. I will consider finding the highest quality replacement spring out there too. Not looking for a "bigger" spring, just best/most durable quality. The rifle shoots around 32 fpe now, it doesn't need any more pop.
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