1-year limited warranty
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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. This break barrel is a beast. I have it in .30 Cal and let me tell you it came out of the box almost perfectly zeroed at 30 yards if you are wanting a big bore and don't want to spend all the money on a PCP and the stuff you need for it. Then you can't go wrong with this weapon.
Things I would have changed: Nothing
What others should know: It probably takes a good 50lbs of pressure to cock the break barrel.
Things I liked: Powerful and accurate.
Things I would have changed: Garbage gas piston.
What others should know: I put 250 - 300 rounds through this gun in .30. Pulled it out this spring and the piston is dead. I expected a few more rounds before I started having to replace key components. No more Hatsan guns for me.
Things I liked: First off, I'll admit it, I just LOVE the sheer NOVELTY of this rifle. The fact that i'm able to sling 50 grain, .30 cal pellets downrange with a heckin' break-barrel is enough to put a smile on my face alone. The fact that it's got a beautiful stock, was a GREAT value at just $269, and is **very** accurate (for a break barrel, mind you) are just incredible added bonuses. Sure, it's HEAVY, kicks like a mule, and takes some serious muscle to cock, but what else should you expect? You're essentially buying the ELEPHANT GUN of break barrel air rifles here, and if you're buying this rifle, that's exactly what you want; an air rifle that stands apart from the pack and carves out its own little niche in the market. Also, it's not as loud as you'd expect such a powerhouse break barrel to be, either. It's not silent, but you might be pleasantly surprised. The adjustable comb and butt pad are both just added gravy poured all over this tasty air rifle biscuit. :)
Things I would have changed: At this price point, it seems petty to ask for more, but if i could wave a magic wand over it to change anything, well, a larger, bigger capacity moderator would likely add the dual benefit of both quieting the report down a tad more, and at the same time, aid the not-insignificant cocking effort with the additional leverage the added length would provide. (the rifle's already so big, a few more inches wouldn't be a big deal) The trigger is pretty heavy too, and seems difficult to predict when it will finally let loose. I haven't tried adjusting it yet, as I want to see if it's something I can get accustomed to first. But the fact that it's adjustable seems promising, and even if it wasn't, it still wouldn't sour me on this purchase one teensy little bit. NO REGERTS. ;p Sorry to see a few others had negative experiences with their rifles, i'd like to think that Pyramyd Air took care of their concerns. As for me, my entire experience with this rifle has been fantastic.
What others should know: The .30 calibre's cocking force is HEAVY, at least at first. it's reported to loosen up after break-in period, but my first 200+ rounds required cocking with both hands. This isn't a problem, just something to know going into this purchase, keep it in mind. (Likely not a rifle for juniors or seniors because of that, I suspect) Also know that it's intended to shoot 45 and 50 grain pellets, around 550 feet per second, so don't try shooting those big .30 calibre slugs out of it, those are intended for PCP rifles only. And lastly, I guess try not to shoot **too many** rounds through it in one sitting, because all that smiling just might make your face muscles ache. ;)
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how does the allen key work for the hatsan 135 QE
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.
|Max Velocity||1250 fps|