Written on: 01/12/2011
Firstly I would like to Mention something if you buy any rifle of a friend,relative or stranger u don't know how they exactly treated the rifle So don't be shocked when the stock splits or the barrel bends however the hatsan Edgar mod 60 s is a brilliant rifle I have over 6 rifles to my disposal and it knocks over rabbits and fells pigeons at 45-50 yards with ease Value for money this rifle dominates On the other hand I have only got 1 problem the foresight fluorescent plastic on the... (read more)
Written on: 11/09/2011
Paid just fifty quid for this lovely rifle, with a nikko sterling scope, and surpassed my expectations great for live quarry, and target shooting very accurate yes, has a bit of a kick but an experienced shooter as myself reasures me of the power this gun has, if you get the chance to purchase one, go for it. (read more)
Written on: 21/05/2011
A terrible gun, cheap price due to cheap gun. no power and awful recoil. keep clear. (read more)
Written on: 18/05/2011
Having wanted an air rifle to shoot pigeon for a long time, I finally found myself in a position to purchase one.
Setting my budget at around 200 GBP, I started reading online about my options. I finally visited a gunsmiths in Cheadle, UK. Explained I was in the market for an air rifle within my budget and was surprised at the response.
Although the shop owner had plenty of rifles up to my price range he pointed me to the Hatsan Mod 60. The significance of this is that the shop keeper... (read more)
Written on: 26/04/2011
Iv just recently bought the mod 60 for 35 quid and wot a gun I redmond it to every one (read more)
Written on: 18/01/2011
Had a Hatsan Mod60s for nearly 18months. What a load of rubbish! Kicks like a mule, cheaply manufactured, shook itself to bits after 6 months. Started off well, but got worse and worse the more I used it. I wouldn't have minded so much if it was actually powerfull, but when tested it was barely even 9ft/lb.
I have been asked many times now if I would recommend this rifle to anybody. Simply put, would I hell!
Yes, it's cheap. But there is no value for money at all. For an extra £50, you... (read more)
Written on: 30/08/2010 by edgar 60 (1 review written)
i have only had this rifle or 2 weeks but i finde that it is very good to use if you are going hunting also i seen that som1 rote that the kickback puts u of your targit but i dont agree ass i can put out the flame out on a candle from 20 yrds so it is also acuret if u have a good scope (read more)
Written on: 12/08/2010 by Bures (6 reviews written)
Purchased this rifle from "Lees" at Boreham near Chelmsford at £100.
Superb rifle, well manufactured.
Having been used to an underarm Webley, the break action took a bit of getting used to. Much slower to reload a pellet, but I am sure with time I will speed up.
If you are after a budget full power air rifle then this is the gun for you.
Forget about the Chinese SMK rubbish and get one of these, you wont regret it. (read more)
Written on: 24/05/2010
Combined with a very good sight, this weapon has been in use for over a year now.
I bought it to try to keep down the number of rabbits on my land ( a few acres ) together with the acres of two other land owners.
It has been superb.
It regularly despatches more than fifty every week. It does so consistantly, accurately and is a joy to use. If the pellet misses the rabbit, its the man pulling the trigger, not the gun which is responsible.
There may be better guns out there, but not at... (read more)
Written on: 04/04/2010
i thought it would kill lots of birds but i could seem to kill them even when i hit them..................but ive heard great things about this gun.although ive never gone hunting for real i still think its a good gun for all sorts like begginers and people who think they need a break from killing machines and just shoot magpies and pigeons and cans and targets.i recommend this gun for theese people (read more)
Written on: 02/04/2010 by delica3 (3 reviews written)
Overall a good rifle for any age.It's handeling makes it a nice sporting gun but the weight of it hard to use unsupported at a young age. (read more)
Written on: 03/02/2010
I think this is a very good gun as it only cost me £130 iv only shot cans from 100 yds at the moment hopping to go hunting it shoots cans up 3 ft in the garden.I don't like the kick back as there is to much and can knock you of target.If you have got a tight budget but want a powerful gun this is the gun you want. (read more)
Written on: 29/11/2009
i own a one of these never looked back on it best gun i have had well worth its money (read more)
Written on: 03/10/2009
owned my model 60 3 months it has had 600 pellets through it and is now very nice gun to use i have just done a service on it and had its power checked , its well over 11ftlbs the trigger is getting better all the time if you pull the 1st stage and then leave it a few seconds it works a lot better .. The pellet fit can feel a bit tight but its not pellet fussy so no probs i use mine at a field target club and it has no prob shooting out to 55yards i use a 3x9x50 smk scope whichworks well... (read more)
Written on: 18/09/2009
i first got the edgar bros mod 60. about 1 year ago, over the year the gun has been a good friend to me when out on a stalk, the gun is good alround and i would recommend it to any youngster thats starting off, i have shot in the last year with it so in my opinion its been the best gun i have had so far. (read more)
Written on: 13/09/2009
The Edgar Bros. Model 60 .22 is very accurate highly recmended to all shooters. (read more)
Written on: 09/08/2009
edgar bros. model 60 is an exellent air rifle well recomended to all shooters .. its very accurate at a distance of 30 to 50 yds .. scope recomended and im using AA FIELD pellets .. it seems to love them (read more)
Written on: 07/07/2009
The Edgar Bros. Model 60 .22 is a good alround gun (read more)
Written on: 18/06/2009
Only issue is the weight balance, while not too heavy the gun appears to be off centre when stalking prey. This is not an issue when target shooting from fixed or prone position. Very accurate and I would strongly suggest a scope. Value for money, unbeatable, and a far better finish than chinese models. I would strongly recommend, for those like me, on a restricted budget, a good option. You get what you pay for and you certainly get a lot with this Esgar Bros model 60. (read more)
Written on: 24/05/2009 by docco80
just got the new Edgar Bros. Model 60 .22 what a gun its great but true what ure saying it is that tad heavy but after a couple of wks u get used to it and that kick when u fire a shoot is good i would recommend it to anyone thats looking for a good gun to start of with as the price is cheap i im also using the edgar bros scope that came with the gun as a package deal and it works well with the gun (read more)
Written on: 17/05/2009
The Edgar Bros. Model 60 .22 is a very good rifle. extremely accurate, with a gd marks man it could shoot a pimple of your face without braking the skin. i shot a rabbit today with it and it went right through the porr bugger and i read above that some guy shot two rabbits and they got up again well the same thing happened to my dad with this gun and later i lokked for the rabbit that got up and went away about 12 feet away i found it in a bush dead the bullet had gone right through tis belly. (read more)
Written on: 01/05/2009 by Kavster92
My first airgun, I loved this Edgar Bros. Model 60 .22 gun the moment i got it...the seal on the front o-ring is higly durable, its been in the rain with me through thick and thin and a rather alot of dirt too...and it sure is tough!! accuracy is attainable at well over 25 yards...maybe even 35yrds (1 inch groups!!!) fire all sorts of pellets with good power and accuracy!
Got a 3-9x50 scope...works a beauty!!
Amzing Quality (read more)
Written on: 30/04/2009
Just purchased the HATSAN Edgar Brothers M0D.60 S (.22), SAS (shock absorber system), fitted BSA Essential 4x32 scope, with 50 x targets, 500 Pointer .22 (5.5mm) pellets, rifle bag (free of charge). Total costs £158.00 all in.
In my opinion i must agree a powerful weapon in it's own class, just on the limit for legality and a looker too (with the scope fixed). The safety mechanism is a neat little touch, a must for that ready to shoot option, bad point has to be the weight. Can't wait to... (read more)
Written on: 14/04/2009
Recoil on the Edgar Bros. Model 60 .22 takes some getting used to. Its a bit loud in my opinion but looks the badgers nadgers and acuracy is fine I use a BSA EXCELSIOR scope and rabbits don't run fast enough :) (read more)
Written on: 13/04/2009 by leechy01 (4 reviews written)
i've had my Edgar Bros. Model 60 .22 for little over ayear now. i used it for the 1st time in 3 months today, and got within 15ft of 2 rabbits at 2 different locations, and the scope is zeroed in perfectly. i shot at the head (as you do) and hit it, both rabbits rolled over, and both rabbits stood back up and walked away down their burrows! this is after about 400 pellets have been put through it! this was using crossman accupells! (read more)
Written on: 15/03/2009 by Big berty
Great Gun. I would totally recommend the new Edgar 60 with the sas (shock absorption system)as i recently swapped my old Edgar for the new version.the first day i went on a hunt i shot 5 rabbits at a distance of around 50-65 yrds and they didn't even have time to move lol poor suckers,but there is a always a special shot everybody gets with a new gun and i think that sets the tone on how you react to your new rifle as i found out.there was a small group of Rabbits sitting down the bottom of... (read more)
Written on: 08/02/2009
For anyone looking to buy a powerful and reliable .22 rifle , the Edgar Bros. Model 60 .22 is the one for you , accurate and with scope and solencer a great looking weapon too. Just swapped to this from my old cometta rifle.Good powerful gun and extremely accurate.Looks good and feel is true although a little on the heavy side still-and needs a scope to maximise the rifle (read more)
Written on: 22/01/2009 by holmesoliver
I have used many air rifles and many military rifles and when I payed £135 for this rifle along with a very good Hawke Airmax 2-7x32 AO MAP6 Scope included in that price, I was not very hopeful for it, as this is a price for a solely beginner air riffle, however the Edgar Bros handles and behaves like a £350 rifle only deal. It has a lovely trigger action and is very well balanced. I was getting a 3/4 inch grouping at 40 yards!!!!
It has a very beautiful wood stock made from Turkish... (read more)
Written on: 20/01/2009 by ken22 (1 review written)
Fast break apart action and tremendous accuracy up to 70 yards (with scope) light weight and very good for beginners as it is a low cost low maintenance gun. Little bit noisy but nothing a sound moderator can't fix. I would highly recommend this rifle especially to first timers and is reliable as I have had no trouble over the last year and a half. (read more)
Written on: 16/01/2009
Very accurate. maximum legal power. lovely new design overall a very nice gun. Stiff break barrel to start but dont worry it losens to a steady 'stiffness' after about 10 shots. I would reccomend Edgar Bros. Model 60 .22 for beginners... why pay more? (read more)
Written on: 15/01/2009 by Dom joyce265 (1 review written)
Accurate. from 35 meters i can shoot almost to a 10p coin.
very nice stock design and in walnut :)
the 'perfect' amount of kick i like a bit of kick just to let me know that i'm firing a gun.
nice overall feel to the rifle.
as powerful as you get before reaching the legal limit
overall a really nice cheap gun.
similar to the supersport and owned by BSA (apparently)
why pay more.
perfect break barrel gun (read more)
Written on: 12/01/2009
Im from a vastly wild earea of north wales and have been at work as a vermin controler for 24 years. in that time iv shot all sorts of air guns mostly springers and my edgar 60s is a no nonsens stoper (read more)
Written on: 06/01/2009 by Meekyman47 (10 reviews written)
I got the Edgar Bros. Model 60 .22 a week ago and so far I have found it to be one of the best rifles I have ever owned. I have owned 4 rifles in my lifetime and have shot over 30. I found this rifle very powerful and suprisingly accurate without a scope. I have been shooting it without a scope and very rarely missed. I have a scope now and The accuracy is immense. I would reccomend this rifle to everyone as its very cheap but great value for money. When you first get it the barrel s very... (read more)
Written on: 20/12/2008 by angoose (1 review written)
I would recommend this gun 100%
Scope defiantly a must. Beautiful looking weapon, nice and accurate and powerful, they have recently upgraded the design which is nice and makes it slightly lighter because of using different wood.
Lovely and must have air rifle. The new model has safety, which though a good thing, is still time consuming, and unnecessary. the safety catch is also hard to reach if a scope is mounted. (read more)
Written on: 20/11/2008 by garethj69
A very good gun with a good aim and brilliant accuracy and I would definetely recommend it to others. (read more)
Written on: 09/07/2008 by jackrugbydude
Its a powerful rifle, right on the legal limit, i've had mine for a week now and it has not disappointed!
The day after getting it i sighted it in and then went off shooting straight away! and WOW did it shoot i shot a rabbit (a rather tasty one too) from 40-45 meters and it was a straight one shot kill ! (read more)
Written on: 28/06/2008
One of the best guns i shot yet and i shot airsporters and its on a par! with some of them good gun (read more)
Written on: 09/06/2008 by 22448376 (1 review written)
I doubt Edgar Bro's will be altering this model now , but a lighter adjustable trigger action incorporating a safety lever, plus softening the recoil action would be the making of a very much wanted Air rifle (read more)
Written on: 18/05/2008 by airriflesrus
Awesome gun accurate powerful and a good overall air rifle i haven't found any flaws in this gun yey so i'd give it a 8/10 very good gun worth buying 100% (read more)
Written on: 06/05/2008
The rifle is an all round good rabbit stopper using the correct pellets and with the right scope can easily drop a rabbit at around 40 metres (read more)
Written on: 20/04/2008
Good rifle. Shot straight at rabbit, so its powerfull put a 4x32 scope very accurate shoots up to 60yards very good rifle (read more)
Written on: 20/04/2008 by tycho
Very accurate in the right hands with good amount of power. A good all round weapon that never let me down over the years. (read more)
Written on: 16/03/2008
This is my first air rifle and it was a good one. The Edgar Bros Model 60 is quite heavy but still also reasonably powerful (read more)
Written on: 12/03/2008
it is a very good rifle. It is a very accurate and light weapon. It is easy to break the barrel and very comfortable to fire. There are really no bad points the Edgar Bros. Model 60 is a all round good little rifle. (read more)
Written on: 16/01/2008 by scott ramage1 (1 review written)
this air rifle is a very nice spring rifle for all types of vermin control, i jave been shooting with the edgar brothers mod 60 now for 2 years and have no reason for changing my current set up with 3x9 40 simmons sights and also i cut away the front sight and managed to fit a sound moderator which works perfectly for me , and i do a lot of pest control as i have 3 different farms which allow me shooting rights for rabbits, pigeons, rats ,and any other wild corvrets which may be causing a... (read more)
Written on: 04/01/2008 by jazzsharman (2 reviews written)
I got mine for Christmas and has provided me with lots of loyal service I have dispatched 3 sparrows at about 10-15 yards and two blackbirds at about 20 - 25 yards I am getting a scope which should help me take sum legal quarry. (read more)