New: HatsanUSA Mod87 Airgun

posted on September 16, 2015
HatsanUSA has announced that, for the first time, its proprietary QuietEnergy system will be included in a new break-barrel airgun—the MOD87. The technology incorporates a fully shrouded barrel and integrated sound moderator to drastically reduce sound by 50 percent without diminishing any of the airgun's muzzle velocity.

The MOD87 QuietEnergy, available in .177 cal. (1000fps), .22 cal. (800fps) and .25 cal. (650fps), is designed to shoot high-quality lead pellets, which results is greater accuracy and energy upon impact from an airgun.

The MOD87 QuietEnergy is fitted with TRUGLO fiber optic front and rear sights, a grooved cylinder for 11 mm scope mounts and an adjustable comb with an "EasyAdjust" knob integrated directly into the stock. And like all HatsanUSA airguns, nearly every component of the MOD87 QuietEnergy is manufactured in-house by the Turkish manufacturer, including its precision rifled German steel barrel, fully adjustable 2-stage Quattro trigger and SAS Shock Absorber System. MSRP is $249.99 and includes an Optima 3-9x32 mm scope.

MOD87 QuietEnergy Specifications:
Single-shot break-barrel action QuietEnergy fully shrouded barrel and Integrated Sound Moderator (50% quieter)
.177cal (1000 fps), .22cal (800 fps), .25cal (650 fps)
Fully adjustable 2-stage
Quattro Trigger System
SAS Shock Absorber System
Precision-rifled steel barrel
Manual and automatic cocking safety Anti bear-trap safety Elevation adjustable comb
Rubber buttpad for recoil absorption
Checkering on grip and fore-end for better control and feel
Grooved cylinder for 11 mm scope mounts and mounted scope stop
Micro-adjustable rear sight for both windage and elevation with TRUGLO fiber optics
TRUGLO fiber optic front and rear sights with contrasting fiber colors
Includes: Optima 3-9x32 scope



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