Written on: 13/08/2012 by brian8712
I brought my 60s used but in mint nick for £85 complete with 4x40 scope I have fitted a silencer and it now looks great helped by a stunning walnut stock with good figuring. Hatsan produced several production runs for webley before webley went belly up (they were already in trouble, hence the contracting out) This put hatsan in a tight spot having invested in new machines and being owed money, they decided to sell air rifles under there own brand name. The 60s is basicly a reworked webley stingray a pretty expensive gun at that time. They have since brought out several quality guns of there own design. In use the 60s a little stiff to open and close (all 60s are like this) this is not a fault but down to quality engineering practice and allows the gun to bed in giving long life and durability though be warned you made need to fire several hundreds pellets before it eases off. Power wise its right on the legal limit at 11.8ft pounds using RWS superdomes very accurate, low noise with minimal recoil. What I would say is if your thinking of buying one do it soon at the moment edgar brothers are selling them at £95.00 (aug 12)theres little doubt Hatsan are trying hard to estabish itself and build market share and are undersellng guns to speed this up, as they become better known prices will creep up to match the quality of there products. As a final note I have several air rifles inc HW35 HW77 TX200 & a logun and this gun compares well to much more expensive makes.