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Hatsan Model 135 Vortex QE air rifle
Benefits of a Vortex gas-piston powerplant versus a coiled metal mainspring:
Hatsan's Model 135 break barrel air rifles include all the features that make Hatsan break barrels truly exceptional. They're equipped with the Vortex gas piston, a beautiful Turkish walnut stock with an adjustable Monte Carlo cheekpiece, TruGlo fiber optic sights, a QuietEnergy rifled barrel, and the acclaimed Quattro 2-stage adjustable trigger.
In addition, Hatsan now offers the world's first .30 caliber big bore break-barrel in the Model 135 QE Carnivore version! The .30 caliber gun enjoys 30 ft lbs of energy, and if you have an airgun rated scope, you won't have to worry about it getting beat up because the double recoil of this bad boy is much less than other high power magnum powered break barrels.
Whichever caliber you choose, the Model 135 is a handsome gun, loaded with phenomenal features.
|Max Velocity||1250 fps|
|Cocking Effort||50 lbs|
|Front Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Rear Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Scopeable||Weaver & 11mm dovetails|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/target practice|
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Things I liked: Everything!!! The wood. The steel. The power plant. And the power. Tough to cock, but thats to be expected from a gun with this power. I own several Hatsan products. This one is the best.
Things I would have changed: I cant think of anything.
What others should know: Big. Heavy. Hard to cock. All worth it when that 51 grain slug hits its mark.
Things I liked: I just got my factor refurbished(not a scratch on it) 135 in .22. This thing is a beast or an air gun and requires quite a bit of effort to cock. I've only put about 150 shots through it. The Hatsan Tech listed the 10 shot average at 950, but didn't specify what weight pellets he was using. It hits a heck of a lot harder than my Benjamin Titan NP in .22. I used Crosman hollow point premier 14.3 grain at 50 yards to sight in my Athlon 4-20x50 optic and I was pleasantly surprised to get three and four shot groups where the holes were touching. Great performance from a $199 Hatsan
What others should know: Cocking this thing will give you a good workout
Things I liked: Smooth trigger, adjustable trigger, hardwood stock, adjustable cheek stock
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I want to get a digital scope, such as atn x scope, will it work for the 30cal?
I would give ATN a call and ask. In theory, it should work since it's a digital scope, but they would know best. Really the question is whether or not they will honor the warranty if it breaks or has a problem on a spring or gas ram gun
Is there a good leather basket weave sling for this gun? and swivel mounts ?where could an alternate new one be installed?
Not that Pyramyd sells, I am sure you could find one elsewhere though.
Is that some kind of trigger I see at the end of the barrel
A trigger at the end of the barrel??? Not sure what you're looking at. There's only 1 trigger on this rifle
|Max Velocity||1250 fps|