Reply To: Hatsan Gladius Part III
I don’t this is an issue pro rifles, its more or less that saying you get what you pay for. The benjamin marauder is a great rifle but its an entry level PCP because of fit and finish and options i guess. As you move up Hatsan, Airfare, Ataman, etc you start expecting even more: accuracy actually gets better. Then you move up again and there sometimes light weights, accuracy is still on point, more shot count maybe sexy wood or stocks, external adjustability or power settings (Cricket, Air arms daystate, Fx, Vulcan). Something on these lines. Pro rifles are in my mind for competition like olympic 10 meter and professional clubs where there is big money and trophies to be won. Where you have to where one of those funny looking shooting jackets.