Product Preview: HatsanUSA Jet II

posted on May 20, 2023
HatsanUSA Jet II

Converting a pre-charged pneumatic (PCP) airgun from a pistol to a carbine has never been simpler, thanks to the multi-shot Jet II, from HatsanUSA.

The platform is available in three calibers—0.177, 0.22 and 0.25—and is ideally suited for small-game hunting in addition to plinking. It comes with a rotary magazine and dual air cylinders for up to 48 shots at optimal velocity in its two smallest calibers and 30 shots in its biggest bore size.

Overall length measures 15" without the buttstock and 22.8" to 24.6" with an adjustable stock added. All-weather, polymer components add ruggedness to the design, and its ambidextrous controls further bolster its accessibility to users. A Picatinny rail for optics is included in addition to three integrated sights.

Overall weight is 2 lbs., 7 ozs., and 3 lbs., 7 ozs. for the pistol and carbine configurations, respectively. MSRP for the Hatsan Jet II is $340. For more information, visit


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