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New Hatsan Striker 1000x .22
« on: November 02, 2016, 07:57:55 PM »
I was asked to start a new thread when my gun came in. So here we go. After the first deal turned out to be a bait-n-switch, I'm getting help from Amazon to return it for refund. This one is from midwayusa.com, & it came in right when they said it would. Which, needless to say, wasn't the 10 days or so the other guy took, shipping it over half of creation. 2-3 days. As straight a line from MO to NE OH as could be! It's in .22 caliber, which by factory #'s averages 800FPS. That of course varies significantly by tests I've seen + or -.Here's some pics to start with;
The unboxing after removing it from outer box;                                                                                     Out of the box minus scope;
   
With Hammers 3-9x32AO scope mounted;                                                                                            Compared to Crosman 160;
   
  I removed the factory 2-screw scope stop, since the Hammers rail mount has 4 Allen bolts in it. That should tighten down sufficiently to hold it steady. It also allowed me to move the scope back just enough for goof eye relief. The Hatsan definitely feels about 1.5lbs heavier than the Crosman 160. I'll have to get out my digital scale & see. It weighs in pounds, ounces & grams. It'll be interesting to compare them in a bench rest shoot, once I get them sited in. The Crosman 160 is said b many to be a tack driver @ an average of 600FPS. So they're both mid-power guns in my estimation.
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700 Pell Master, 4/69
760 Powermaster v1 6/70
Model 70 Pellgun 1974 low serial # 9,857
Daisy 1894 30-30 Sears, Roebuck & Co only special, 5/76
Daisy 1894 model 30-30 Buffalo Bill commemorative 11/76
761XL Powermaster, 3/76
760 Powermaster v4 1/77
Crosman 73 Saddle Pal 10/77
66AB Powermaster (V1B), 6/86
760-C Pumpmaster v7 1/89
760-C Pumpmaster v7 D/91
760-25 25th anniversary commemorative 91
760-D Pumpmaster v8 4/98
Winchester 1400cs .177UM
Hatsan Striker 1000x .22/95 stock hybrid
Hatsan Edge/1000x .25 vortex hybrid, new
Benjamin Trail NPXL725 .25M
Remington 725VTR .25M
Crosman GuideHawk NP .177UM

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Re: New Hatsan Striker 1000x .22
« Reply #1 on: November 02, 2016, 08:06:02 PM »
Nice to see you finally got the right one! Looking forward to seeing what kind of numbers and favorite pellets once you get her settled and sighted in.
  • Buffalo, NY, USA
Hatsan Galatian III QE .25
Hatsan Flashpup .25
Hatsan Flash .22
Beeman R9 .20
Weihrauch HW95 .22
Mendoza Blackhawk .22
Norica Dead Eye GRS .22
Hatsans:
-Model 95 springer .25
-Model 95 QE .22
-Edge .25 Springer
-1000X .25
Webley:
-Tomahawk .177 & .22
-Spector SR .177  w/custom Striker wood stock
-VMX .20 (3, 1 gas rammed)
Beeman P17
Sig Sauer P226

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Re: New Hatsan Striker 1000x .22
« Reply #2 on: November 02, 2016, 09:36:10 PM »
I can't wait for that new indoor range to get done around a country block from me. It's to be named, " Gun Hub". Just about ready for some serious target practice...
  • Snowflake Village, NEOH
160 Pellgun v1 55-56
700 Pell Master, 4/69
760 Powermaster v1 6/70
Model 70 Pellgun 1974 low serial # 9,857
Daisy 1894 30-30 Sears, Roebuck & Co only special, 5/76
Daisy 1894 model 30-30 Buffalo Bill commemorative 11/76
761XL Powermaster, 3/76
760 Powermaster v4 1/77
Crosman 73 Saddle Pal 10/77
66AB Powermaster (V1B), 6/86
760-C Pumpmaster v7 1/89
760-C Pumpmaster v7 D/91
760-25 25th anniversary commemorative 91
760-D Pumpmaster v8 4/98
Winchester 1400cs .177UM
Hatsan Striker 1000x .22/95 stock hybrid
Hatsan Edge/1000x .25 vortex hybrid, new
Benjamin Trail NPXL725 .25M
Remington 725VTR .25M
Crosman GuideHawk NP .177UM

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Re: New Hatsan Striker 1000x .22
« Reply #3 on: November 03, 2016, 12:14:52 AM »
You may find that you need the scope stop (pretty harsh recoil, I've had 3 Strikers). If so, just reverse it and use only the  back screw hole to get proper eye relief.
  • Tulsa OK
Dianas: 52 .177, 48 .22, 34 .22, 34 .177, 34P .177, 350 Magnum .177, 240 .177
HW95 .22
Sheridan Blue Streak .20 (1972)
Benjamins: 392, M-rod .25, P-rod, Trail NP2 "Elite Stealth" .177 Wood
Hatsans: AT44-10 .22, 135QE .30, 135's .177 & .25, 100X's .177, .22 & .25 (X2), 1000X .25, Edge .25, 200S .22
Noricas: Black Eagles .22 & .177, Spider GRS .22, Dragon GRS 22, Dragon GRS Max .22
Mendoza RM 600 .22
Webleys: Patriot .177 (X2), Tomahawks .177 & .22, VMX .20, Cub .22
Stoeger X20S .22

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Re: New Hatsan Striker 1000x .22
« Reply #4 on: November 03, 2016, 03:05:00 AM »
The rail mount is already back past where the scope stop screwed in. I might still wind up with an offset rail mount?
  • Snowflake Village, NEOH
160 Pellgun v1 55-56
700 Pell Master, 4/69
760 Powermaster v1 6/70
Model 70 Pellgun 1974 low serial # 9,857
Daisy 1894 30-30 Sears, Roebuck & Co only special, 5/76
Daisy 1894 model 30-30 Buffalo Bill commemorative 11/76
761XL Powermaster, 3/76
760 Powermaster v4 1/77
Crosman 73 Saddle Pal 10/77
66AB Powermaster (V1B), 6/86
760-C Pumpmaster v7 1/89
760-C Pumpmaster v7 D/91
760-25 25th anniversary commemorative 91
760-D Pumpmaster v8 4/98
Winchester 1400cs .177UM
Hatsan Striker 1000x .22/95 stock hybrid
Hatsan Edge/1000x .25 vortex hybrid, new
Benjamin Trail NPXL725 .25M
Remington 725VTR .25M
Crosman GuideHawk NP .177UM

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Re: New Hatsan Striker 1000x .22
« Reply #5 on: November 03, 2016, 10:11:46 AM »
The rail mount is already back past where the scope stop screwed in. I might still wind up with an offset rail mount?

If you do have scope creep, this will solve the problem when used with the scope stop.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B002TUSJRK/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o01_s01?ie=UTF8&psc=1
  • Tulsa OK
Dianas: 52 .177, 48 .22, 34 .22, 34 .177, 34P .177, 350 Magnum .177, 240 .177
HW95 .22
Sheridan Blue Streak .20 (1972)
Benjamins: 392, M-rod .25, P-rod, Trail NP2 "Elite Stealth" .177 Wood
Hatsans: AT44-10 .22, 135QE .30, 135's .177 & .25, 100X's .177, .22 & .25 (X2), 1000X .25, Edge .25, 200S .22
Noricas: Black Eagles .22 & .177, Spider GRS .22, Dragon GRS 22, Dragon GRS Max .22
Mendoza RM 600 .22
Webleys: Patriot .177 (X2), Tomahawks .177 & .22, VMX .20, Cub .22
Stoeger X20S .22

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Re: New Hatsan Striker 1000x .22
« Reply #6 on: November 03, 2016, 10:54:08 AM »
That's the style I had in mind. More than two bolts would be preferable though?
  • Snowflake Village, NEOH
160 Pellgun v1 55-56
700 Pell Master, 4/69
760 Powermaster v1 6/70
Model 70 Pellgun 1974 low serial # 9,857
Daisy 1894 30-30 Sears, Roebuck & Co only special, 5/76
Daisy 1894 model 30-30 Buffalo Bill commemorative 11/76
761XL Powermaster, 3/76
760 Powermaster v4 1/77
Crosman 73 Saddle Pal 10/77
66AB Powermaster (V1B), 6/86
760-C Pumpmaster v7 1/89
760-C Pumpmaster v7 D/91
760-25 25th anniversary commemorative 91
760-D Pumpmaster v8 4/98
Winchester 1400cs .177UM
Hatsan Striker 1000x .22/95 stock hybrid
Hatsan Edge/1000x .25 vortex hybrid, new
Benjamin Trail NPXL725 .25M
Remington 725VTR .25M
Crosman GuideHawk NP .177UM

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Re: New Hatsan Striker 1000x .22
« Reply #7 on: November 03, 2016, 11:08:29 AM »
I've used them with no problems and being able to use the scope stop plate with both screws makes up for only 2 bolts in the mount base.
Nowadays I use Hawke Reach Forward match mounts. They're more than a bit pricey at $26.99 but my scopes don't budge and I use the stop plate in the front 2 holes and put the back of the front ring against it.

http://www.opticsplanet.com/hawke-sport-optics-2pc-1in-9-11mm-high-1in-extension-rings.html
  • Buffalo, NY, USA
Hatsan Galatian III QE .25
Hatsan Flashpup .25
Hatsan Flash .22
Beeman R9 .20
Weihrauch HW95 .22
Mendoza Blackhawk .22
Norica Dead Eye GRS .22
Hatsans:
-Model 95 springer .25
-Model 95 QE .22
-Edge .25 Springer
-1000X .25
Webley:
-Tomahawk .177 & .22
-Spector SR .177  w/custom Striker wood stock
-VMX .20 (3, 1 gas rammed)
Beeman P17
Sig Sauer P226

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Re: New Hatsan Striker 1000x .22
« Reply #8 on: November 03, 2016, 11:36:50 AM »
That's the style I had in mind. More than two bolts would be preferable though?

You can use the mount Steve uses or the UTG offset mount plus the Hatsan scope stop reversed. The UTG has 2 vertical stop pins, they may line up with the factory screw holes in the receiver. I end up using some sort of offset mount on all my Hatsans to get proper eye relief.
  • Tulsa OK
Dianas: 52 .177, 48 .22, 34 .22, 34 .177, 34P .177, 350 Magnum .177, 240 .177
HW95 .22
Sheridan Blue Streak .20 (1972)
Benjamins: 392, M-rod .25, P-rod, Trail NP2 "Elite Stealth" .177 Wood
Hatsans: AT44-10 .22, 135QE .30, 135's .177 & .25, 100X's .177, .22 & .25 (X2), 1000X .25, Edge .25, 200S .22
Noricas: Black Eagles .22 & .177, Spider GRS .22, Dragon GRS 22, Dragon GRS Max .22
Mendoza RM 600 .22
Webleys: Patriot .177 (X2), Tomahawks .177 & .22, VMX .20, Cub .22
Stoeger X20S .22

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Re: New Hatsan Striker 1000x .22
« Reply #9 on: November 03, 2016, 01:14:07 PM »
Hadn't thought of using the scope stop on the front holes. Interesting set of mounts. The Hammers rail has a floating stop pin, but it's too big for the smallish screw holes in the spring housing. Guy on Airgun Nation said he uses the rail like mine without stop & it works fine? I'll just have to see what works? Might just talk to cop sergeant again? He said if the range fails, that he might be able to help me with a plce to sight in? Wanna shoot already!
  • Snowflake Village, NEOH
160 Pellgun v1 55-56
700 Pell Master, 4/69
760 Powermaster v1 6/70
Model 70 Pellgun 1974 low serial # 9,857
Daisy 1894 30-30 Sears, Roebuck & Co only special, 5/76
Daisy 1894 model 30-30 Buffalo Bill commemorative 11/76
761XL Powermaster, 3/76
760 Powermaster v4 1/77
Crosman 73 Saddle Pal 10/77
66AB Powermaster (V1B), 6/86
760-C Pumpmaster v7 1/89
760-C Pumpmaster v7 D/91
760-25 25th anniversary commemorative 91
760-D Pumpmaster v8 4/98
Winchester 1400cs .177UM
Hatsan Striker 1000x .22/95 stock hybrid
Hatsan Edge/1000x .25 vortex hybrid, new
Benjamin Trail NPXL725 .25M
Remington 725VTR .25M
Crosman GuideHawk NP .177UM

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Re: New Hatsan Striker 1000x .22
« Reply #10 on: November 03, 2016, 01:21:25 PM »
Hadn't thought of using the scope stop on the front holes. Interesting set of mounts. The Hammers rail has a floating stop pin, but it's too big for the smallish screw holes in the spring housing. Guy on Airgun Nation said he uses the rail like mine without stop & it works fine? I'll just have to see what works? Might just talk to cop sergeant again? He said if the range fails, that he might be able to help me with a plce to sight in? Wanna shoot already!

Does your community have a prohibition against backyard airgun shooting? Most allow it as long as you have a safe backstop.

Re scope creep, try the mount you have and make a mark indexing the position of the mount relative to the receiver, if it doesn't move you're good to go.
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Dianas: 52 .177, 48 .22, 34 .22, 34 .177, 34P .177, 350 Magnum .177, 240 .177
HW95 .22
Sheridan Blue Streak .20 (1972)
Benjamins: 392, M-rod .25, P-rod, Trail NP2 "Elite Stealth" .177 Wood
Hatsans: AT44-10 .22, 135QE .30, 135's .177 & .25, 100X's .177, .22 & .25 (X2), 1000X .25, Edge .25, 200S .22
Noricas: Black Eagles .22 & .177, Spider GRS .22, Dragon GRS 22, Dragon GRS Max .22
Mendoza RM 600 .22
Webleys: Patriot .177 (X2), Tomahawks .177 & .22, VMX .20, Cub .22
Stoeger X20S .22

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Re: New Hatsan Striker 1000x .22
« Reply #11 on: November 03, 2016, 02:20:24 PM »
Yeah, darn it. No air guns, firearms, arrows, slingshots, anything that's shot or thrown, launched, etc. Darn yuppies that don't shoot or hunt making stupid laws inhibiting those that do. Good idea to mark it. Oiled barrel & stock with Rem Oil. Rubbed on all, then wiped off excess from stock;
« Last Edit: November 05, 2016, 05:58:01 PM by unionrdr »
  • Snowflake Village, NEOH
160 Pellgun v1 55-56
700 Pell Master, 4/69
760 Powermaster v1 6/70
Model 70 Pellgun 1974 low serial # 9,857
Daisy 1894 30-30 Sears, Roebuck & Co only special, 5/76
Daisy 1894 model 30-30 Buffalo Bill commemorative 11/76
761XL Powermaster, 3/76
760 Powermaster v4 1/77
Crosman 73 Saddle Pal 10/77
66AB Powermaster (V1B), 6/86
760-C Pumpmaster v7 1/89
760-C Pumpmaster v7 D/91
760-25 25th anniversary commemorative 91
760-D Pumpmaster v8 4/98
Winchester 1400cs .177UM
Hatsan Striker 1000x .22/95 stock hybrid
Hatsan Edge/1000x .25 vortex hybrid, new
Benjamin Trail NPXL725 .25M
Remington 725VTR .25M
Crosman GuideHawk NP .177UM

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Re: New Hatsan Striker 1000x .22
« Reply #12 on: November 03, 2016, 02:34:37 PM »
Too bad about the local ordinances. Do you have a garage or basement? AFAIK, there is no prohibition on shooting indoors. I have a 10 yard range set up in my garage so I can shoot rain or shine.

I sanded off the factory finish on my 1000X and finished it with hand rubbed Danish oil, it came out great and brought out the grain.
« Last Edit: November 03, 2016, 02:44:31 PM by packard8 »
  • Tulsa OK
Dianas: 52 .177, 48 .22, 34 .22, 34 .177, 34P .177, 350 Magnum .177, 240 .177
HW95 .22
Sheridan Blue Streak .20 (1972)
Benjamins: 392, M-rod .25, P-rod, Trail NP2 "Elite Stealth" .177 Wood
Hatsans: AT44-10 .22, 135QE .30, 135's .177 & .25, 100X's .177, .22 & .25 (X2), 1000X .25, Edge .25, 200S .22
Noricas: Black Eagles .22 & .177, Spider GRS .22, Dragon GRS 22, Dragon GRS Max .22
Mendoza RM 600 .22
Webleys: Patriot .177 (X2), Tomahawks .177 & .22, VMX .20, Cub .22
Stoeger X20S .22

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Re: New Hatsan Striker 1000x .22
« Reply #13 on: November 03, 2016, 02:57:24 PM »
Interesting glow to it? I think the Tru Oil made mine look darker?
« Last Edit: November 05, 2016, 11:26:05 AM by unionrdr »
  • Snowflake Village, NEOH
160 Pellgun v1 55-56
700 Pell Master, 4/69
760 Powermaster v1 6/70
Model 70 Pellgun 1974 low serial # 9,857
Daisy 1894 30-30 Sears, Roebuck & Co only special, 5/76
Daisy 1894 model 30-30 Buffalo Bill commemorative 11/76
761XL Powermaster, 3/76
760 Powermaster v4 1/77
Crosman 73 Saddle Pal 10/77
66AB Powermaster (V1B), 6/86
760-C Pumpmaster v7 1/89
760-C Pumpmaster v7 D/91
760-25 25th anniversary commemorative 91
760-D Pumpmaster v8 4/98
Winchester 1400cs .177UM
Hatsan Striker 1000x .22/95 stock hybrid
Hatsan Edge/1000x .25 vortex hybrid, new
Benjamin Trail NPXL725 .25M
Remington 725VTR .25M
Crosman GuideHawk NP .177UM

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Re: New Hatsan Striker 1000x .22
« Reply #14 on: November 03, 2016, 04:26:13 PM »
That's the style I had in mind. More than two bolts would be preferable though?

You can use the mount Steve uses or the UTG offset mount plus the Hatsan scope stop reversed. The UTG has 2 vertical stop pins, they may line up with the factory screw holes in the receiver. I end up using some sort of offset mount on all my Hatsans to get proper eye relief.
Same here..the way they're set up, I just could never get my scopes back far enough so I resorted to what I currently have. Mine get wiped down with Ballistol but I have yet to decide if I wanna tackle a refinish on one. Winter isn't here yet so maybe then...lol
  • Buffalo, NY, USA
Hatsan Galatian III QE .25
Hatsan Flashpup .25
Hatsan Flash .22
Beeman R9 .20
Weihrauch HW95 .22
Mendoza Blackhawk .22
Norica Dead Eye GRS .22
Hatsans:
-Model 95 springer .25
-Model 95 QE .22
-Edge .25 Springer
-1000X .25
Webley:
-Tomahawk .177 & .22
-Spector SR .177  w/custom Striker wood stock
-VMX .20 (3, 1 gas rammed)
Beeman P17
Sig Sauer P226

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Re: New Hatsan Striker 1000x .22
« Reply #15 on: November 03, 2016, 09:59:59 PM »
The Crosman 160 was easy. But in the pic above, I finally captured the grains glow. Like this coffee table I made years ago out of Philippine Mahogany. The grain had a glow to it, depending on viewing angle. I still have to find the right size of my scattered hex keys to really tighten the screws. Had two full sets & the boys lost them. Then it should be enough to hold it if kept tight. Got the Weaver scope changed out on the Crosman for the Optima 3-9x32 the Hatsan came with. Here's another shot of the two together. The Striker got one hand-rubbed coat of Rem Oil on the stock, then excess wiped off with a dry towel & allowed to dry overnight...
« Last Edit: November 05, 2016, 11:28:34 AM by unionrdr »
  • Snowflake Village, NEOH
160 Pellgun v1 55-56
700 Pell Master, 4/69
760 Powermaster v1 6/70
Model 70 Pellgun 1974 low serial # 9,857
Daisy 1894 30-30 Sears, Roebuck & Co only special, 5/76
Daisy 1894 model 30-30 Buffalo Bill commemorative 11/76
761XL Powermaster, 3/76
760 Powermaster v4 1/77
Crosman 73 Saddle Pal 10/77
66AB Powermaster (V1B), 6/86
760-C Pumpmaster v7 1/89
760-C Pumpmaster v7 D/91
760-25 25th anniversary commemorative 91
760-D Pumpmaster v8 4/98
Winchester 1400cs .177UM
Hatsan Striker 1000x .22/95 stock hybrid
Hatsan Edge/1000x .25 vortex hybrid, new
Benjamin Trail NPXL725 .25M
Remington 725VTR .25M
Crosman GuideHawk NP .177UM

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Re: New Hatsan Striker 1000x .22
« Reply #16 on: November 05, 2016, 06:06:51 PM »
And then today, I found my Umarex cleaning kit had the right size Allen bit to tighten the Hammers scope mount/rail screws down real good. That done, I pulled the barrel back then up, then back without cocking it 10 times, per instructions to aid break in. Then cocked it & proceeded to run rem oil soaked patches through it till they started coming out clean. Then four dry patches to wipe out excess oil.

Then, being a cocked springer, I had to shoot it to release air/spring pressure. Kicked harder than expected & was louder than my carbine with .22lr CCI mini mags. Jeff explained to me it was detonation, not the dieseling I expected. He instructed me to run a dry patch through the bore, so I did precisely that.

He said this pattern is from detonation. So I guess I'll have to shoot it a few more times to blow out all the excess grease, oil, etc? By the way, I decided to use the heaviest pellets I bought up to this point for testing/sight-in-RWS superpoint extras @ 14.5gr. Sound shouldn't be too bad after blowing it out while sighting in/braking in...
« Last Edit: November 05, 2016, 06:08:59 PM by unionrdr »
  • Snowflake Village, NEOH
160 Pellgun v1 55-56
700 Pell Master, 4/69
760 Powermaster v1 6/70
Model 70 Pellgun 1974 low serial # 9,857
Daisy 1894 30-30 Sears, Roebuck & Co only special, 5/76
Daisy 1894 model 30-30 Buffalo Bill commemorative 11/76
761XL Powermaster, 3/76
760 Powermaster v4 1/77
Crosman 73 Saddle Pal 10/77
66AB Powermaster (V1B), 6/86
760-C Pumpmaster v7 1/89
760-C Pumpmaster v7 D/91
760-25 25th anniversary commemorative 91
760-D Pumpmaster v8 4/98
Winchester 1400cs .177UM
Hatsan Striker 1000x .22/95 stock hybrid
Hatsan Edge/1000x .25 vortex hybrid, new
Benjamin Trail NPXL725 .25M
Remington 725VTR .25M
Crosman GuideHawk NP .177UM

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Re: New Hatsan Striker 1000x .22
« Reply #17 on: November 06, 2016, 05:58:32 PM »
Just posted another video about the Hatsan, Crosman & scope swaps, etc on YouTube...
  • Snowflake Village, NEOH
160 Pellgun v1 55-56
700 Pell Master, 4/69
760 Powermaster v1 6/70
Model 70 Pellgun 1974 low serial # 9,857
Daisy 1894 30-30 Sears, Roebuck & Co only special, 5/76
Daisy 1894 model 30-30 Buffalo Bill commemorative 11/76
761XL Powermaster, 3/76
760 Powermaster v4 1/77
Crosman 73 Saddle Pal 10/77
66AB Powermaster (V1B), 6/86
760-C Pumpmaster v7 1/89
760-C Pumpmaster v7 D/91
760-25 25th anniversary commemorative 91
760-D Pumpmaster v8 4/98
Winchester 1400cs .177UM
Hatsan Striker 1000x .22/95 stock hybrid
Hatsan Edge/1000x .25 vortex hybrid, new
Benjamin Trail NPXL725 .25M
Remington 725VTR .25M
Crosman GuideHawk NP .177UM

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Re: New Hatsan Striker 1000x .22
« Reply #18 on: November 07, 2016, 07:17:23 PM »
Since My wife & son were heading over to Walmart, I had them get me a 500ct tin of Crosman Premiere Hollow Points in 14.3gr. $6.97 per 500ct, so I'll use these for sighting in the scope & breaking in the action. And since they're the same weight as one of the two German pellets I bought (14.5), & 14.3 on the Gamo Rockets, the scope should hold the sight-in adjustments. And the rest I ordered from Pyramid Air that just came in today. The .22 caliber Pellet Pen & setting tool, larger cloth patches for oiling/applying Tru-Oil & the like& some RWS Air chamber lube with application needle.
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Re: New Hatsan Striker 1000x .22
« Reply #19 on: November 07, 2016, 07:24:15 PM »
Please don't put air chamber oil in that new rifle. Works great for the old school leather piston seals but does nothing for the new style synthetic ones other than make it diesel for a few shots.
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