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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: Good accuracy good consistent numbers
Things I would have changed: The Woodstock
What others should know: Don’t get one with the Woodstock is what I would tell anybody
Things I liked: Very accurate and pretty looking gun, very good value for the money
Things I would have changed: I would put a better quality trigger gaurd and sling clips on it
What others should know: It is a bit of a beast to cock but I've read after break in it gets easier
Things I liked: Very new to big bore air guns and was not ready to invest in the expense of a pcp then saw this Hatsan had to have it yet fully expecting far less than it turned out to be . I am out of practice though I used to qualify expert marksman while enlisted in the air force. This I ordered equipped with the utg 3x40 AO iluminated mil dot scope. much beter scope than on my other 2 break barrels in .177 and .22 calibers now the new Hatsan in .30. It is not only a beast but quite accurate but there is a learning curve as it though mild does handle a bit differently that the others .
Things I would have changed: Not much though better kid glove handling to get to the customer not sure but a few dings on the stock not sure if manufacturer or shipping but minor considering the price point and performance. Well worth it !
What others should know: The cocking force is significant though manageable but not for youngsters definitely not a kids gun ! This weighs and shoots more in line with a hunting rifle which is what it is. Very satisfied and Pyramid's scoping service a wise investment lest you have both skill and a chronoghaph to test your new gun once you learn the new guns handling you will be immediately accurate.Again very satisfied !
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I bought this airgun and can not get it to fire. Is there a trick to the safety?
Is your safety not disengaging? You should be able to just push it in and it should be ready to go then
Hi,im in the uk, ordered a Hatsan 135 QE in .25,asked for the Vortex,it came with a spring, so now in going to gas ram it ,Any ideas of rams that will drop in or even ones with a bit of tinkering,,and which types are adjustable.Thanks
I'm in the USA and years ago briefly owned a Hatsan 125 nitro but returned it due to the Quattro trigger was a bear with its heavy trigger pull. I was told back then by a Hatsan rep the rifles sent to the USA unlike European versions had cap screws that limited trigger pull weight adjustment below 5#-6#. Does the Quattro trigger for the USA in this unit have the same cap screws or are they different which would allow lighter trigger pull weights of 3# or less? Thanks in advance.
|Max Velocity||1250 fps|