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Re: New Hatsan Striker 1000x .22
« Reply #20 on: November 08, 2016, 07:00:00 AM »
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.


I hope you have better luck with your Pellet Pen than I did.  Mine would try and load 2 pellets at once. :-[

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Re: New Hatsan Striker 1000x .22
« Reply #21 on: November 08, 2016, 03:07:44 PM »
From the description, it was for internal seals & such? Dang, wasted money. I liked the needle applicator too.
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Re: New Hatsan Striker 1000x .22
« Reply #22 on: November 08, 2016, 03:40:05 PM »
In the older guns with a leather piston seal, the oil kept the leather from drying out and supple for a good seal. The newer stuff has synthetic seals and doesn't need it, just a light film of moly paste to keep them sliding back and forth in the compression chamber smoothly.
I did buy a couple pellet pens a long while back to get an order to $150 for the free shipping but honestly have yet to try one...lol
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Re: New Hatsan Striker 1000x .22
« Reply #23 on: November 08, 2016, 04:33:43 PM »
How'd you manage to get 2 pellets out of the pen at once? This .22cal one has the Pell-set tool too. Sticks on the other end to seat skirt flush in breach. RWS superpoints sure need it, at least. New E Shop that sent wrong striker model refunded my CC in paypal, so that's done. I keep thinking Pyramid Air said the RWS stuff was silicone lube?
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Re: New Hatsan Striker 1000x .22
« Reply #24 on: November 09, 2016, 08:19:48 AM »
How'd you manage to get 2 pellets out of the pen at once? This .22cal one has the Pell-set tool too. Sticks on the other end to seat skirt flush in breach. RWS superpoints sure need it, at least. New E Shop that sent wrong striker model refunded my CC in paypal, so that's done. I keep thinking Pyramid Air said the RWS stuff was silicone lube?

You push the clicker at the end of the pen.......

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Re: New Hatsan Striker 1000x .22
« Reply #25 on: November 09, 2016, 12:27:14 PM »
Yeah. I understand the depth is adjustable as well? I got a tin of Crosman Premier hollow points in 14.3gr for testing &sighting-in. The weight is an average of the weight of pellets I bought in .22 caliber so far. Now if that darn indoor range would open up!...
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Re: New Hatsan Striker 1000x .22
« Reply #26 on: November 09, 2016, 02:59:34 PM »
Yeah. I understand the depth is adjustable as well? I got a tin of Crosman Premier hollow points in 14.3gr for testing &sighting-in. The weight is an average of the weight of pellets I bought in .22 caliber so far. Now if that darn indoor range would open up!...

The one I had was cheap plastic and nothing was adjustable...
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Re: New Hatsan Striker 1000x .22
« Reply #27 on: November 30, 2016, 02:21:36 PM »
The green .22 caliber one I bought for the Hatsan has an extra, adjustable tip that goes over the open end you put the pellets in as a seating device. sorta like a ball/bullet starter for a smoke poll.
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Re: New Hatsan Striker 1000x .22
« Reply #28 on: November 30, 2016, 04:02:14 PM »
The green .22 caliber one I bought for the Hatsan has an extra, adjustable tip that goes over the open end you put the pellets in as a seating device. sorta like a ball/bullet starter for a smoke poll.

Yes and you have to turn the pellet seater over to use it.  My thumb is much less hassle.

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Re: New Hatsan Striker 1000x .22
« Reply #29 on: December 02, 2016, 10:16:06 AM »
Very NICE Looking Pair of Rifles you have there Sir!   Best Regards   -   Tom
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Re: New Hatsan Striker 1000x .22
« Reply #30 on: December 03, 2016, 03:58:28 PM »
I tried using my thumb with some of the German pellets. Can't push'em hard enough to seat them another 1/32" or so. The seating tool is also adjustable for rammer depth. That's a nice feature. And thanks twood68, they are quite nice. Just look at them for a few minutes now & then...Longing to shoot them. Stupid city ordinances.
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Re: New Hatsan Striker 1000x .22
« Reply #31 on: December 09, 2016, 04:19:21 PM »
 
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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

Exactly what I did and not having any problems with scope creep etc. I'm impressed with how accurate it is with shoot out to 20-25 yards.
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Re: New Hatsan Striker 1000x .22
« Reply #32 on: December 09, 2016, 04:45:39 PM »
Nice! Mine's been holding pretty good so far. Detonation shot & succeeding shots clearing it out nicely with no movement yet. I also got a Plano 1 gun case for transporting my gun of choice to hunting spot picked up today. Was on sale for $17.83 @ Walmart.com. Wanna get a better quality 2 scoped gun case for shooting ranges. Anyway, Waiting for rabbits, ducks, or squirrels to show in backyard again to sight in. Hey, nothing like getting 2 jobs done at once, is there? And like Shooter, shoot from cover in back of the room. ;)
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Re: New Hatsan Striker 1000x .22
« Reply #33 on: December 16, 2016, 02:56:35 PM »
Here's a newer/better shot of the Striker after the hand-rubbed coat of Rem-Oil on the stock dried...

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Re: New Hatsan Striker 1000x .22
« Reply #34 on: December 22, 2016, 04:23:32 AM »
Looks very nice, enjoy it. I think my next one will be a Hatsan.
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Re: New Hatsan Striker 1000x .22
« Reply #35 on: December 27, 2016, 05:40:58 PM »
Well, looks like I'll finally get to enjoy it even more! That indoor shooting range/club opened up finally. Wife saw their add on local cable TV late last night. Called them & got the numbers for daily & joining. High ho, high ho, it's off to shoot I go!
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Re: New Hatsan Striker 1000x .22
« Reply #36 on: December 27, 2016, 08:58:03 PM »
Well, looks like I'll finally get to enjoy it even more! That indoor shooting range/club opened up finally. Wife saw their add on local cable TV late last night. Called them & got the numbers for daily & joining. High ho, high ho, it's off to shoot I go!
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25cal Hatsan Edge Vortex.  (Good Snap-Shooter on Winter or Windy Days)
117cal Crosman Vantage NP1 W/Titan Stock (My Old Trusty Standby Rifle)
117cal Crosman 2100 (My Lightest Weight Hunter)
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117cal Chinese B-3 (My Mean Mongrel Junkyard Dog)
117cal 2 Crosman 1377 Pistols (Mouse Zappers)
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Re: New Hatsan Striker 1000x .22
« Reply #37 on: December 30, 2016, 03:26:53 PM »
Thanks Tom! Can't wait to get paid so I can round up the rest of the range stuff I'll need. Tried out the two gun case I got for Christmas a lil while ago. Both the Crosman 160 & Striker 1000x fit snugly inside. albeit barely. It's 50.5" inside, & Winchester 1400cs was said in add to be 50.2". Wrong! More like 51.2", as the barrel hangs over the outside edge by an inch. Diagonally no less! So I'll need at least a 52" case for the Wini.
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Re: New Hatsan Striker 1000x .22
« Reply #38 on: January 14, 2017, 06:22:57 PM »
Well, still waiting on the last deliveries to hit the range. two-1lb bags of these plastic beads aren't enough to fill the BR bags. Needs about 3lbs for the front, about 2lbs for the rear. Still waiting on the Osage range bag that was estimated for delivery today. And once again, shipment got transferred to USPS. 5lbs more of the beads by the end of the month. Got the Caldwell electronic hearing protection with MP3 jack/wire included. Stereo mics in both sides amplify sound below 85decibles, cancel above that.
   
   
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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
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Re: New Hatsan Striker 1000x .22
« Reply #39 on: February 16, 2017, 05:29:55 PM »
Well I hit the range for about an hour last Saturday. Plastic, narrow bench about 11" wide, And stools had me sitting too high to be comfortable or use BR bags. Besides having to walk with a cane some 200' to the door, then from one side of the building to the other to watch newbie video before hitting the range. Bad back & hips had my hands shaking, & I tried different breathing techniques too. Holding forestock end proved better than near trigger guard. I messed up at first adjusting scope, but most shots in groups of three moving from lower left to upper right in about 30 shots. Tagged on the lines a few times, lower left bull had one shot nearly inside another. Above that, about 5-6 shot group the size of a dime. All while trying not to shake from the pain. Need a lower stool or chair to use front bag next time.
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160 Pellgun v1 55-56
700 Pell Master, 4/69
760 Powermaster v1 6/70
Model 70 Pellgun 1974 low serial # 9,857
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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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