HatsanUSA Introduces Barrage Semi-Automatic Air Rifle

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posted on April 24, 2017
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HatsanUSA has released its newest semi-automatic air rifle, the Hatsan Barrage.

Available in both .117 and .22 calibers, the Barrage is a pre-charged pneumatic (PCP) air rifle with a gas-operated, semi-automatic action. It comes with a 500cc volume air bottle mounted to the forearm. The barrel is fully shrouded, precision rifled and choked for optimal shot count, accuracy and sound moderation. 

The Hatsan Barrage utilizes a tactical ambidextrous stock with thumbhole and Picatinny-style rail beneath the forearm. It includes three magazines (14-shot .177 cal. and 12-shot .22 cal.) and quick-fill nozzle. Also included with the Hatsan Barrage is an adjustable rear sight with Truglo fiber optics that easily mount to the gun's Picatinny-style rail milled into the receiver, as well as a removable Truglo fiber optic front sight.

The rifle also utilizes HatsanUSA's patented anti-knock system, which prevents discharge and wastage when the rifle is knocked or bounced.

MSRP: $1,299.99

For more on the features of the Hatsan Barrage visit hatsanusa.com

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