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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: I really want to like this rifle. I bought the .30 cal and its definitely a beast. Pellets are pricey, oh well, is what it is. Stock is decent, not perfect thou. Metal work, not bad. Locks up tight. Its heavy but well balanced. I knew i was buying a hatsan so i wasnt expecting air arms quality.
Things I would have changed: First off, the front sight is rotated causing the rear sight to be moved way over to put it on target. I got the 10 for 10 and asked them to check and make sure it was straight. They sent it anyways. Didnt really matter because i planned on scoping it. So then.... The scope wont work properly because the barrel has " reverse droop" and i cannot lower the P.O.I. enough. Shoots too high. Trigger screws are inoperable from factory, its already adjusted as light as hatsan deems good. Not good, very very heavy pull. Im not gonna send it back because i dont think the next one would be any different. I ordered a drooper mount to put on backwards to correct scope problem and bought longer screws to fix trigger. Shroud cant be removed so i guess front sight will always be "off" . I have put about 200 shots thru it, and it does have power. It does group well at 25 yrds. I'll make it good thru a bunch of TLC that i shouldnt have to do on a brand new rifle. Live and learn i guess ? Last hatsan
What others should know: Buy it if you have the ability to fix it. Dont rely on the 10 for 10 service to send you a good gun. This is the first issue ive had, also the first hatsan ive bought , Coincidence ????
Things I liked: Nice looking, solidly built, fine craftsmanship. Pretty easy to handle, though almost ten pounds. Nicely balanced. Although Obviously for hunting, it should do well as a target rifle, too. Great survival rifle. The fact that you have a 30 cal air rifle and it isnt a PCP makes it even better.
Things I would have changed: Put a piece of leather by the front spot where the sling attaches.
What others should know: A lot of bang for the buck.If you can shoot this rifle accurately, then you are a good shooter. Delivering a 30 cal pellet at 500 fps on target consistently requires attention to technique and follow throughj when shooting.
Things I liked: Fit and Finish are great on my gun. Accuracy at shooting objects is very good with the open sites. I mostly shoot cans at 30-40 yards with the open sites and most of the time I can hit the can without much of a problem.
What others should know: It is a beast to cock the gun. Recoils pretty good too. The gun is heavy if you have to carry it but it does come a sling if you need to carry it far. For shooting at a bench this is not a problem but at almost 10 pounds you do notice the weight.
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What fps is the .25 cal version getting with the 26gr predator polymag and the 25.39gr JSB exact kings?
Is the issue with the.25 cal fixed? I heard they were oversized and had terrible accuracy, I have no way of testing them either as I do not own a chronograph I'm torn between .22 amd .25 I'm also considering the 155 torpedo
Ware can I get the stoke screws
|Max Velocity||1250 fps|