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Hatsan MOD 130S Vortex QE Big Bore Breakbarrel
Serious, Solid, Impact. It’s more than a just a catchphrase for the Hatsan MOD 130S QE Breakbarrel. While other breakbarrel airguns suggest use as a small game hunters, you feel confident the MOD 130S is more than capable for pest elimination and small game hunting with it huge .30 cal ammo.
Built for the trail, each 130S features an all-weather stock with integrated swivel sling mounts. The stock includes an adjustable comb to ensure you get your ideal cheek relief with each shot. Although a long gun, the 130S is easy to control with checkering on the grip, and a rubberized buttpad with inserts for achieving a customized length of pull.
To begin slinging serious lead, break the barrel and load up your .30 caliber round. Return the barrel to firing position and take aim with the easy to read fiber-optic open sights. Each 130S features a 2-stage Quattro trigger that can be set to your preferred pull. Once you pull the trigger your .30 cal will be hitting speeds as high as 590 FPS to dump an authoritative 34 ft-lbs of energy into your target.
Each 130S features an 11mm Dovetail/Picatinny combination rail for the most versatility in your optics choices. Loaded with innovative breakbarrel features, the rifle includes Hatsan’s Quiet Energy integrated suppressor to reduce the sound of its report and features a Shock Absorber System (SaS) to reduce the recoil and reduce stress on the scope.
All-in-all, the Hatsan 130S is a great option for small game hunters, pest eliminators, and a great way to send cans and bottles spinning. Pick up yours and start slamming pellets downrange!
|Max Velocity||590 fps|
|Muzzle Energy||34 ft/lbs|
|Front Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Rear Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
|Max Shots per Fill||1|
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Things I liked: 1. Power 2. Sights 3. Price
Things I would have changed: 1. reduce cocking effort
What others should know: Love the destructive force of the 30 cal pellets. Without going PCP, I dont think I could have so much fun tearing s*** up. My back yard is only 30 yds, so don't need added weight of a scope on this already-heavy gun if sights are good and I think they are, even for my old eyes. But Do need to learn how to hold w/o bruising my cheek from the recoil.
Things I liked: powerful, this can drop a human with a head shot, i put a 89 dollar pinty scope on it..dead on after sighting it in..no scope shifting at all
Things I would have changed: ammo selection is weak, but you can make your own if your smart enough
What others should know: make your self a good backstop, it goes thru 1 inch pine like butter, thick plywood works good to stop ..a few layers
Things I liked: Big powerful air rifle. Accuracy is pretty good. Part of that may be due to rubbery arms and random spastic muscle twitches from cocking the gun, if youre arms arent to putting out 50lbs of force regularly. Not very loud, though u can definitely feel the power when u fire. I havent messed with the trigger yet actually, been good so far though I imagine Ill mess with that later on. What else...the dual rail is nice (11/20mm). Other than that, its devastating up to 20-30yds
Things I would have changed: Well, theres not much of a selection for .30cal pellets, though thats not the fault of the gun (also Id fix Pyramids website so apostrophes arent vetoed as a foreign language. Thats a new one). What else...there appears to be some sloppiness at the Hatsan factory. For example I did receive the sling, was pictured I thought, says Hatsan in big yellow letters. Also I did receive stock spacers but for a different gun. Odd since it came sealed in the manufacturers box and everything. Also, its worth repeating that this sucker is BIG. Im 6ft 240# so not petite but Im still trying to find a good balance point for my off hand. The spot my and naturally gravitates to leaves a bit too much weight forward so I have to move support and out farther. Firing a break barrel prone can get annoying. Been composing with the super scientific knife-stuck-in-tree method for sighting in. Also the safety does feel ridiculously cheap. Functions fine but lots of play, plastic, couldve been done better.
What others should know: The iron sights are great. Its a big ol bazooka of an air gun so looks good with a scope but the range aint so hot so most scopes will be overkill. I believe I saw someone asking if there was a big drop off and not getting an answer. Imho if youre just target shooting then <55yds is okay. At that range the pellets 20fpe @420fps. If youre wanting to stop critter clocks then more like 30yds (27fpe @493fps). Biggest issue is drop. At 30yds its already 5in. At 55yds youre going to be compensating for a 19in drop. Soooo.. good luck with that. It takes a particular place in the collection. Its heavy so not gonna bring it along for kicks. Short range but too much for backyard plinking (first shot blasted straight thru a one inch cheap Home Despot board and sent one of the 3 chunks it split into spinning over my neighbors fence. That was fun. So finding the right application is tricky: for the range it operates in, a crossbow does same job better/quieter. Cocking still sucks so maybe a bow.
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How bad is the falloff and at what range do you really notice it?
There are a lot of factors there. Depends on your scope height, the pellet you're shooting, and where you have the rifle zeroed.
Does this rifle have weaver rails? My 135 Vortex gas piston air rifle in. 30 does...
Yes, it is a weaver/11mm dovetail combo rail, meaning you can mount either type of mounts
WHAT IS THE COCKING FORCE NEEDED TO CHARGE THESE GUNS?? WHY WOULD THIS BE LEFT OUT OF THE SPECS AND DESCRIPTION????
It's all of 50lbs, So if you're worried about it this- it isn't the gun for you. kids will not be able to cock this nor would you want them to. This is not an all day 'plinker' it's a monster to hold, cock, and shoot.
Maybe because Hatsan USA doesn't list one? I wouldn't want to either if I were them, the cocking effort is going to be at least 45-50 lbs
Includes buttpad spacer inserts
|Max Velocity||590 fps|
|Muzzle Energy||34 ft/lbs|