2016 Special Feature No 1

AirgunWebTV 2016 Special Feature – Hatsan Hercules Airgun Review & Hunting Prairie Dogs!

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Hatsan brought the power this year at Shot Show and the rifle that most demonstrates their commitment to pushing the limits is the Hatsan Hercules.  We’ve dedicated this special feature to this awesome airgun as we do our first Hatsan Hercules Airgun Review and take out for some serious small game hunting.   The Hatsan Hercules is a twin cylinder PCP that holds a whopping 1000 CCs of air on board.  Not only does it have the volume, it also has the capacity to fill up to 250 bar.   All this equates to a high shot count big bore airgun pushing 100 foot pounds in .30 caliber.  You can expect 40 even shots from the .30 cal model which makes it perfect for harvesting and pest abatement.  Join us as we get out and have some fun with the Hatsan Hercules!

AirgunWebTV: where We’re going to test em, We’re going to shooting em, and We’re going to tell you all about em.?  It’s a great time to be an airgunner.

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