JK Han .22 Rifles

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    Enzo808
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    Has ANYONE has had or have any experience with any of the JK Han guns? [Including Bullpups] I did a Google Search on “Reasonable” Airguns & came across the name JK Han. Of course, I don’t want ANY type of “Cheap” Airgun; This will be my 1st Airgun I’ll be buying. Bullpup or not. The reason why I wanna get a .22-cal PCP gun, is because I’m mostly gonna hunt Small-game animals & do some Pest Control. In the meantime, I wanna Target Practice so I can get really good. Here in Hawaii, the Hogs can become HUGE! And we have an abundance of Red-Tail Deer that roams around…..Any advice would be greatly appreciated! (P.S.-Can y’all be Serious with your Comments…..) I mainly want info on the JK Han brand itself.

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    markmccready
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    Yep I have the bullpup and it’s dammed good shot great out of the box a part from a little trigger lag. They are good all rounders if you do get one you will enjoy it.

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    Tylerdefrese
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    I have no personal experience but Steve from AEAC did a review on one of them: 

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    Rami939
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    I own a bullpup,but,in .25 cal ,and the only advise that I can give you is this :Get one !
    Super accurete gun,thanks to the LW barrel .
    They’re not regulated,but, I get around 40 good shots per fill to 3000 psi ,for 40 FPE

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    Hotled
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    I almost bought a used 25 , wish I had gone ahead and done it.
    They aren’t in stock anywhere in the USA that I can find.
     

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    TAP
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    I also own the JKHAN Noblesse .25 bullpup and find it to be an accurate, powerful, well built and balanced airgun.
    The side cocking mechanism is smooth and quiet.
    You have to seat the pellets in the magazines other than that nothing else is required.

    TAP

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    peterdulux
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    I have a .22 cal Noblesse rifle. Smooth action, almost Air Arms smooth. Likes heavy pellets. Shoot Skenko Ultra shock well, hunter extremes and a few others.

    Little spring in my trigger broke, real small. Couldn’t find a replacement but managed to reuse the old one. Shroud is relatively effective.

    I heard they are made by Evanix which is made by Hyundai.

    Like mine very much, would recommend.

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    cpt_sfc
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    Get one’ RL Airguns has em as well as others. Mine will shoot MOA chipmunk head at 50 yds. FPS is 975 
     FPS and I get about 2 mags at a SD of about 7-9 FPS per shot. Then it drops like a rock, but I have a heavy spring in it.. Just bought my 2nd JK han a MaJisty. .25  Light ,easy to carry, no mod though loud , not yard friendly, I live in woods so no matter. Very easy rifle to use in woods/brush. I have shot about 2 doz mice at 50 yds with bull pup when they are in feeder , IF I MISS it is my fault.

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    Rami939
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    “cpt_sfc”Get one’ RL Airguns has em as well as others. Mine will shoot MOA chipmunk head at 50 yds. FPS is 975 
     FPS and I get about 2 mags at a SD of about 7-9 FPS per shot. Then it drops like a rock, but I have a heavy spring in it.. Just bought my 2nd JK han a MaJisty. .25  Light ,easy to carry, no mod though loud , not yard friendly, I live in woods so no matter. Very easy rifle to use in woods/brush. I have shot about 2 doz mice at 50 yds with bull pup when they are in feeder , IF I MISS it is my fault.

    
Get a lighter hammer spring,and you’ll be greatly surprised on how the muzzle report drop to back yard friendly AND your shot count will go up .
    975 fps is too hot .
    Mine ,out of the box was shooting 985 fps ,in .25 cal for 54 FPE.
    Now,with a lighter hammer spring is the 850’s fps

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    oneshot61
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    I own the jkhan noblesse with the black standard stock in .22. Mine also came with the heavy spring but because I like to hunt I left it in and modified the inside rear of the stock so that I could adjust the spring further back. Can also put in an o ring in front of the hammer for a lower flatter shot count if desired. It is the most accurate rifle I own, and that’s saying something. Light, short and relatively quiet with baffles added to the shroud. I can hit 60 ft lbs with bbt 30 grain or shoot 18 jsb in the 38-44 ft lb depending on what I want to shoot. Basically a rainstorm 2 with a lothar walther barrel. Wish I had one in .25.

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