The Bully's side lever-action cocking mechanism sits just above the trigger, meaning the rifle can be charged while keeping sights on target. Speaking of sights, a long stretch of rail rides above the barrel for the easier attachment of optics, though the Hercules Bully does feature foldable TruGlo fiber-optic sights for when optics are not an option. A synthetic stock with a thumbhole contributes to the rifle's ambidextrous nature, while an elevation-adjustable comb provides a customizable fit that adjusts to body type and sight height.
The Bully's rifled and choked barrel uses QuietEnergy technology, which combines a fully-shrouded barrel and an Integrated Sound Moderator to make the system up to 50-percent quieter than a standard airgun. Three magazines come with the gun, two of which can be stored in carrying slots located on the stock. Underneath the forend, a section of Picatinny rail is included for the easy mounting of a bipod, or other such accessory. For more information, please visit hatsanusa.com.
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