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Caliber: .22" (5.5mm), Stock: Walnut, Handle: Ambi, Upgrades: QE Version, Quiet Energy Series. Vortex gas piston delivers smoother shooting. Special shock absorber system reduces felt recoil. Incl. 3-9x32 scope & mount.
1-year limited warranty
Only 3 left in stock
Hatsan 95 Vortex air rifle now available with Quiet Energy Integrated Sound Moderator as an upgrade
Benefits of a gas piston:
The Quiet Energy Series (QE) models feature an integrated Sound Moderator in the muzzle break and are fully shrouded. Expect up to a 50% reduction in down-range noise when choosing the upgraded QE version!
The Hatsan 95 has proven itself over the years, and they've now kicked it up a notch by inserting a Vortex gas piston to replace the coiled metal mainspring. If you've shot spring-piston guns before, you're in for a treat when you pull the trigger on this model!
If you enjoy hunting or pest elimination, or you're just waiting for that squirrel to pop up his head one more time in your vegetable garden, then the Vortex 95 is the rifle for you. Sometimes, you have to leave your rifle cocked for a few minutes as you wait for the right opportunity to appear. You shouldn't do that with a gun that has a coiled metal spring, as the spring will deteriorate whenever the gun is cocked for an extended period of time. But, you can do that all the time with your 95 equipped with a Vortex gas piston!
|Max Velocity||800 fps|
|Front Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage & elevation|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
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Things I liked: Nearly a perfect rifle, as far as I'm concerned. The walnut stock is quite nice. Not as picky about pellets as my other break barrels. So far it shots JSB exact kings,H&N Baracuda and polymags. Haven't mounted a scope yet, but I enjoy the open sights. Not much louder than my Ruger Impact. My first Hatsan and first .25 but won't be the last.
Things I would have changed: It seems like it'll be a great small game rifle, so why no sling mounts? That's really my only gripe.
What others should know: Eat your spinach before shooting. Cocking this gun takes a little more effort than a child, or smaller adult, may be able to muster.
Things I liked: Everything but the scope.
Things I would have changed: Dismal scope needs upgrade which is expected.
What others should know: Was surprised how much better the accuracy was compered to a previous purchase Remmy 725 Piece of excellence from big box retailer that I had returned to purchase this Hatsan 95. Great rifle!
Things I liked: Stock and barrel finish. It does seem like Hatsan put some emphasis on ascetics.
Things I would have changed: Lose the cheap scope and quality control... the trigger and safety function unreliably after half tin and completely locked-up after >150 pellets. I sure hope Pyramyd Air make its right.
What others should know: Hopefully a happy customer follow-up review to follow.
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Under the specs the barrel length has 17.7", but the rifled portion on my 95 is about 10.5". On the model 135, the barrel length shows 10.5" but it appears to be the same barrel as the 95. Why are the barrel specs for these two rifles different?
After about 1000 rounds I cleaned the barrel really well and the first time I shot it it sounded like a regular rifle. Man it was loud. What may have caused this? It only rated at 800 fps so I don't think it was sound barrier. I also didn't notice dieseling.
Thanks for the anwser
It sounds like the cleaning left a bit of volitile solvent close to the breech. It detonated. That is OK. No long term Harm.
What kinda energy the 22 vortex qe have?
20 ft lbs
|Max Velocity||800 fps|