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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: Now a big paper weight. I bought this air rifle a year ago March. Took 3 coons with it. The largest took 3 shots. When I first recieved it. It wouldn't hit the target. Under 300 fps. Returned it. The returned rifle shot quite well. I let it sit over the winter. Around April new coons moved in. Went to take a shot and pellet lodged in the barrel. Piston went flat. Out of warranty. Probably cost more to fix than buying a new one. Very Sad. Loved it when it worked.
Things I would have changed: Quality of piston and seals.
What others should know: Great when it works.
Things I liked: Power actually everything.My favorite of all my pellet breakbarrels!
Things I would have changed: Nothing but the loose safety seems cheap but it isn't that was my only observation of anything . Maybe a metal safety a little tighter would b better in the long run? But I think Hatstan actually engineered it that way for the recoil? I'm not worried I've shot probably almost a thousand pellets. No problems.
What others should know: The one thing I have learned about Hatsan's I have gotten is to definitely lubricate the trigger assembly when new. I had with my first Hatsan a lubrication trigger issue but oiled and immediately fixed. I did the same with this when new and double checked the rifling to make sure that wasn't over lubricated which seems to b another uncommon Hatsan trait.
Things I liked: Feels really good with the thumbhole stock. It's pretty accurate with the 44s. Mine did not like the polymags! I have two tins collecting dust. My carnivore with its picky wheel mag won't shoot those either.
Things I would have changed: Figure out a way to get a little more power out of it. 590's just too slow. If you hunt anything other than small,small critters with this weapon then you are cruel!
What others should know: All in all it's a decent plinking rifle, yes I daresay it, plinking with a 30! Who would have thought as a boy that this is what it would come to. Yet to watch the tin cans fly around with authority is so satisfying. Yeah I know the ammo is really expensive for that, but if you're truly an air Gunner then you are used to just throwing money away anyway! Especially if you've ever bought a Gamo!!!!!
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Any suggestions for a see through scope mount for 1 inch optima 3x9-40mm scope to mount on hatsan 130. Iron sights are about 1/2 inch above dovetail, and 40mm scope hangs about 1/2 in below scope mount. Would be nice to have both available for use. A 1 in rise see through lets you see the bottom of the scope @ the top of the iron sights. Not much to see target.
Other than a scope, is there a replacement for the TruGlo open sites? I would like to upgrade.
There is no replacement for the front sight unit. A peep sight could be mounted on the scope rail. Like Williams Diopter Sight...
Can .30 caliber slugs be used with this air gun?
Probably not. Likely be too heavy and all the ones I tried that say 30cal end up being .307-08 etc. I couldnt find any 30cal slugs that are actually only .300 Good luck. Post if u have any success
If the slugs are close in weight to 30 cal pellets.Yes they can be shot. If they are significantly heavier they will not shoot very well.
Includes buttpad spacer inserts
|Max Velocity||590 fps|
|Muzzle Energy||34 ft/lbs|