Hatsan Unveils 600 FPS Arrow Rifle: The Harpoon

posted on January 23, 2020
Hatsan is expanding operations into the world of pneumatic arrow guns with the HarpoonMade specifically for use with commercial crossbow bolts, the Harpoon can send a 20-inch arrow downrange at 600 fps, and produce 325 ft.-lbs. of energy. That said, any 2219-size aluminum or carbon-fiber arrow with a 0.30-inch inner diameter can be slid over the hollow guide rod that that serves as the gun's barrel. Each 250 BAR (3625 p.s.i.) fill of the onboard 500 cc air tank provides 10 high-powered shots. All together, the substantial amount of energy and velocity the Harpoon should produce will provide hunters a marked improvement in terminal performance. 

With a bullpup-style layout, the Harpoon features a synthetic pistol-grip stock and textured grip surfaces for all-weather use. Meanwhile, an elevation-adjustable cheek rest and an elevation- and angle-adjustable buttpad allow for a customizable fit. For the mounting of optics, a long combination rail provides space to mount the included flip-up TruGlo fiber-optic sights, or one's favorite crossbow scope. The rail also accommodates both 11 mm dovetail and Picatinny/Weaver mounts. Finally, the barrel cover features two mounted arrow holders that allow storage for extra ammo with no added bulk. For more information, visit hatsanusa.com. MSRP: $829.99

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