Date: 10/4/2020 0:3
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Customers Q&A on Hatsan 95 Air Rifle Combo, Vortex Gas Spring

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  • Phil from USA asked:

    How long is the warranty from Hatsan and where are their service centers located? I tried getting this information on their website but couldn't because it would freeze every time I attempted to access. I'm cosine ring replacing my relatively new Benjamin 392. Injured my left shoulder and can no longer comfortably handle pumping it up. No problems with my GAMO Silent cat just using my right arm.

    • Mark from USA:

      1-year limited warranty. Hatsan USA is in Arkansas.

  • Daniel from USA asked:

    What type of lead-free pellets work well with the .22 Hatsan 95 Vortex?

    • Maurice from USA asked:

      Which is quieter, mod 95 QE Vortex or Mod 87 QE Voetex in .22?

      • Maurice from USA:

        I have the 87 QE Vortex .22. It is pretty quiet, but I put a Donnyfl Sumo on it and it is whisper quiet. All you hear a dull ping.

      • Mark from USA:

        There will be no difference.

    • Ian from USA asked:

      Which is quietest in the QE version 177 or 22?

      • Jordan from USA:

        .22 would probably be quieter due to it now reaching the speed of sound. depends on desieling however.

    • Jose from USA asked:

      What's the difference between a hatsan 95 the Hhatsan 125. 25 caliber

      • Chevota from USA:

        The 125 is a magnum version so it's physically larger, harder to cock etc. I had one and cocking effort was 45lbs, and it's very heavy. The magnum 125 is still too weak imo to shoot .25, and the 95 is obviously much worse, but some people are ok with the low velocity.

      • Chevota from USA:

        The 125 is a magnum version so it's physically larger, harder to cock etc. I had one and cocking effort was 45lbs, and it's very heavy. The magnum 125 is still too weak imo to shoot .25, and the 95 is obviously much worse, but some people are ok with the low velocity.

    • Sam from USA asked:

      Should I clean my mod 95 before shooting?

      • Scott from USA:

        Definitely clean the new barrel. Mine was so dirty (rust?) that it took over two dozen patches and still not compeletely clean.

      • Mark from USA:

        You should run patches down the barrel till the patch comes out clean.Be sure the clean from the breach end of the barrel.

    • Randall from USA asked:

      What is the cocking effort on the QE .22 cal.?

      • Ricardo from USA:

        About 40 pounds but once it breaks in its feels much lighter

    • Jameson from USA asked:

      What is the difference between the QE version and the regular version?

      • Val from USA:

        QE stands for Quiet Energy and the gun comes with the integrated silencer making it much quieter.

    • ranger gary from USA asked:

      Is this airgun powerful enough to fire 41 grain pellets with decent velocity.

      • Jose from USA:

        Nooooo

    • Matt from USA asked:

      When is the Hatsan 95 Air Rifle Combo, Vortex Gas Spring QE in 22 caliber going to be in stock? I see you have to order one. Thank you

      • Stanley from USA:

        10-19-16 ?

    • Michael from USA asked:

      Hatsan 95 Vortex.22 or Benjamin Trail NP XL 1100 .22 ?

      • Todd from USA:

        The XL's weight Stanley mentioned is with scope, the Hatsan's 7.8 is w/o scope. The XL w/o scope is about 8.4. The XL does not take the advertised 47lbs to cock, more like 40. The XL will make quite a bit more power too, maybe 50% more?

      • Stanley from USA:

        The benjamin trail XL1100 has more fps. and is heavier at 9.7 pounds vs. 7.8 pounds for the hatsan. Its really a personal choice you have to make. Im sure there are articles and videos on both. Good luck.

    • wayne from USA asked:

      Oiling instructions are not clear in link to manual here. Are you suppose to put oil in the air chamber? If so, how much and what kind of oil? Other manufacturers give specific instructions on where and where not to oil and warn about over oiling, specific oil to be used and etc. This manual is not very clear on the subject.

      • Mark from USA:

        DO NOT USE GREASE OR OIL IN YOUR COMPRESSION CHAMBER !!!! it will cause excessive dieseling which can destroy seals Do a search check out "airgun dieseling" Its not good

      • Todd from USA:

        You do need to be a little careful when oiling a springer. Search some forums to see what people say. I prefer to use grease, and a drop of motor oil in the chamber, but some people freak out and insist only silicone oil is used in the chamber. If that were the case then the mfg would use silicone.

      • Stanley from USA:

        You could email hatsanusa.com they could advise what you should do.

    • Jminuteman from USA asked:

      What type and weight of .22 pellets will shoot the best in the Hatsan 95 Vortex rifle?

      • Stanley from USA:

        Thats something you have to find out for yourself (trial & error/). I always shoot crosman 14.3 hollow points in 22 caliber with good results.

    • Jack from USA asked:

      Hatsan 95 vortex .22 or Benjamin Trail NP2 in .22?

      • Jonathon from USA:

        I do not regret buying my Hatsan over the Benjamin one bit! Hatsan chrono's their rifles with lead pellets and through my research, i find that they have superior quality. From my understanding, Wood & assembly is from Turkey, steel is from Spain. Much better than parts originating from China like Benjamin does.

    • Jminuteman from USA asked:

      What is the outside diameter of the barrel?

      • Mr. Meek from USA:

        The barrel is .65" and the muzzle break is 1". On my .22.

    • Jminuteman from USA asked:

      What size is the piston in the Hatsan 95 vortex gas piston?

      • ladd from USA asked:

        How many pounds does it take to cock this rifle? Thanks butch

        • JimPysht from USA:

          36 lb., says the advert. And it surely is. A bit gritty too.

        • Robert-Jackson from USA:

          It must be more than that! I can just get it cocked by lutting the butt on the floor and using my body weight to cock it. Granted I am weak, an old man butg Sure hope it loosen up some. Other than that I really like the gun and need to gewt it zeroed in. I have and shooting table and a rest. from what I have read I must let the stock move freely.

        • Dan the Man from USA:

          A little over 30 lbs

      • frank from USA asked:

        does gun have barrel droop ?

        • Ashley from USA:

          Any break barrel rifle can suffer from barrel droop. The amount varies from rifle to rifle.

      • ladd from USA asked:

        scopes can be mounted on this model 95 vortex. Available from var-tech.com

        • ladd from USA asked:

          can a Hatsan sling be installed on this model ?

        • Rudedawg from USA asked:

          What is the cocking effort and how light will the trigger adjust to?

          • Tyler from USA:

            Around 45 lbs of cocking effort. Out of the box the triggers are 4.5-5 lbs usually. I've heard folks have gotten them into the high 3 to low 4 lbs range.

        • Joel from USA asked:

          Can I subsitute a different scope than the one this comes with even if I pay the differences in price

          • Ashley from USA:

            The scope comes in the box from the manufacturer, it can't be substituted.

        • Ronald from USA asked:

          What are your thoughts about the 3-9x32 scope that comes with the Hatsan 95

          • james from USA:

            utg cqb 3-9x32 eye relief is max at 4.2. I use 2" rail extender

          • james from USA:

            utg cqb 3x9-32 ao has an eye relief 3.2 to 4.2 according to pyramyd specs

          • Ron from USA:

            I was able to adjust the focus and the parrellax to my liking - 20-30 yards and now can see the reticles and target clearly. basic and adequate.

          • JimPysht from USA:

            Probably find that it is a moot question. My brand new 95 slung various pellets and holds so far and wide that no pattern could be determined. Installed one of my old faithful Leapers 4X32, but made no difference.

          • Robert-Jackson from USA:

            Implan to use my Nikon Protaff on mine .. If it doesn't do the job I will get another made for air guns.

          • Dean from USA:

            The scope is better than a Gamo scope---adequate! But the good news is it's replaceable. I recommend a UTG CQB 3x9-32 AO. It has a 5.5in eye relief and a clear wide view. It is better even than my Bushnell 4x12-40 AO on my Gamo Big Cat.

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