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Hatsan Mod 135 Vortex QE

Available in .177, .22, .25, .30, Including the .30 cal Carnivore, the world's first big bore break barrel
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Sometimes things are just made because they can be made. Add to that list the world's first .30 caliber break-barrel, part of the Carnivore series, the new caliber added to Hatsan?s premier break barrel Model 135. The Mod 135?s include everything that makes Hatsan break barrel?s special, including their Vortex gas piston, Turkish Walnut stock with adjustable Monte Carlo comb, fiber optic open sights, their highly regarded QuietEnergy barrels, and their equally acclaimed Quattro Trigger.

A handsome gun no matter what caliber you prefer, though I dare you to resist owning the world's first big bore break barrel. We were able to obtain 30 ft lbs of energy using the .30 caliber beast. And you shouldn?t have to worry about it chewing up scopes as long as you have a decent air gun rated scope on top. We were surprised that the double recoil was much less than other high power magnum power break barrels!

Hatsan 135 Vortex QE Air Rifle Features
  • Vortex gas-piston
  • QuietEnergy barrel technologyQuattro 2-stage adjustable match trigger (adj. for trigger-pull weight- first stage- second stage & length of travel)
  • 11mm and Weaver optics rail with scope stop
  • Fixed red TruGlo® fiber optic front sight
  • Fully adjustable green TruGlo® fiber optic rear sight
  • Anti-beartrap mechanism
  • Automatic safety
  • Right-hand Turkish walnut Monte Carlo stock with adjustable cheek piece
  • Checkered pistol grip and forearm
  • Rubber recoil pad with SAS (Shock Absorber System) that reduces vibration9.60 lbs.

Here are the benefits of a Vortex gas-piston powerplant over a coiled metal mainspring
  • Smoother cocking
  • Smoother shooting
  • No spring torque
  • No spring fatigue- even if you leave it cocked for hours
  • Functions perfectly in cold weather
  • Lasts longer than a metal spring
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Specs
  • ManufacturerHatsan
  • Caliber.177
  • Velocity1250 fps
  • ConditionNew
  • Ammo TypePellets
  • ActionBreak barrel
  • Barrel StyleRifled
  • Fire ModeSingle-shot
  • Gun Weight9.90
  • Overall Length47.20
  • Barrel Length10.60
  • Loudness3-Medium
  • Magazine Capacity0
  • MechanismGas-piston
  • RailWeaver & 11mm dovetails
  • SafetyAutomatic
  • Front SightsFiber Optic
  • Rear SightsFiber Optic
  • Shots per Fill0
  • Trigger AdjustabilityTwo-stage adjustable
  • Trigger Action0
  • UseSmall game hunting/target practice
  • Warranty1-year limited warranty
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4.573 Reviews
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5.0
By TravisUSAJanuary 23, 2021 Verified Purchase

Pros
This is one amazing hard hitting air rifle. I installed the UTG 4-16X44 30mm Scope, AO, 36-color Mil-dot on the gun. Then tested a lot of different pellet brands and gr weights to finally settle with the most deadly accurate pellet out to 80 yrds. That pellet is the Exact King Heavy Diabolo 33.95 gr. 42fpe. After shooting about 50 pellets through the new gun "I call the break in period" I then cleaned the barrel very well to dislodge any lead deposites to then truly start to site the gun in. I placed my gun in a rifle lock to ensure no movment. At 25 yards / 5 shot test cover all 5 with a dime: At 35 yards / 5 shot test cover all 5 with a nickle: At 35 yards / 5 shot test cover with quarter and so on....At 80 yards which I stopped at because after that I do not beleive I would shoot anything past that I noted my grouping was still very impressive with an average 2" x 2" pattern. Every gun is different keep the barrel clean and try lots of different pellets. Have Fun & Happy Shooting!

Cons
None!

5.0
By MatthewUSAJanuary 9, 2021 Verified Purchase

Again, it’s a heavy cocking mechanism and a heavy gun but well worth it.

Pros
With a beautiful figured walnut stock and the weight and feel of a real rifle, this thing is impressive. Yes, it’s a heavy cocking mechanism but once you pull the light, crisp trigger and see the power it has, you’ll forget all about that. Just put more behind your target than you think there should be or you may find a hole in something you didn’t mean to put a hole in. It’s not, in any stretch of the imagination, a first time pellet rifle for your kid. This is more like, I’m tired of .177 and want to quietly lay down some heat in the back yard. If you’re a healthy, strong person, I would highly recommend this pellet rifle.

Cons
This is unapologetically powerful and I wouldn’t change a thing.

5.0
By MichaelUSAOctober 17, 2020

This GORGEOUS rifle is both beautiful and powerful. This is the kind of rifle you pass down to the family. I don't see why this wouldn't stay in the family for generations and at $300 bucks it's well worth it.

Pros
I'm writing about the MOD 135 Vortex QE in .22 caliber. First of all, this gun is GORGEOUS. The walnut is striking to look at and if any of you are guitar or bass players, you'll appreciate the feel and look of a good piece of walnut in your hands. Everything is perfect on this gun. It's a precision piece of equipment. Personally, I LOVE the open sights it comes with. I've never been a scope kind of guy because I don't shoot long distances and they are just a pain. The open sights that Hatsan makes are my favorite. They have fiber optic, easy to see markers, and a dial for both windage and elevation which are very precise and also nice to look at. If you are a hunter, then the .22 is for you. This rifle is precise, and POWERFUL. I could easily see you taking down a small to medium size animal quickly and with dignity. The weight for a rifle like this feels just right. The VORTEX piston is crazy strong. Cocking takes muscle but easy to load.

Cons
Too powerful for me as a plinker. This is a hunter's rifle. If you want a backyard plinker, look elsewhere. If you plan to go hunting, this is it !!!

5.0
By RichardOctober 16, 2020

It's 4 ft long and weighs just under 10 pounds. You'll want a STURDY carrying case. Probably not appropriate for young boys or girls to use.

Pros
Of course, I agree with most of the comments about power, build, weight, etc. At first effort, the cocking IS more difficult than EXPECTED. But with experience, it becomes easier. The recoil--while not at all painful or intolerable, or even an issue--is more than expected at first. More than any 22 LR. I'll emphasize that this gun weighs as much as a Garrand, M1 battle rifle. And more than many high powered hunting rifles. So, with the cocking process and its weight, this is not the most convenient gun to CARRY in the field for repeated use. But it IS very powerful for what it is. And, all thing considered, is worth the efforts involved in using it for hunting. It's also very fairly priced for what it is. Only time and use will reveal how durable it is. So far, I'm a very happy buyer/user.

Cons
Larger sling swivels. Include a sling which is appropriate for this gun.

4.0
By JJnTXAugust 31, 2020

In order to hunt alligators, game animals, furbearers, squirrels, and non-migratory game birds (except Eastern Turkey) here in Texas, air/arrow guns need to be of a "Pre-charged pneumatic: an air gun or arrow gun for which the propellant is supplied or introduced by means of a source that is physically separate from the air gun or arrow gun." See https://tpwd.texas.gov/regulations/outdoor-annual/hunting/air-gun-arrow-gun-regulations for more info.

Pros
Easy and quick reload.

Cons
Big bore model is not considered a "lawful means" here in Texas for: alligators, bighorn sheep, javelina, mule deer, white-tailed deer, pronghorn, and turkey (except eastern turkey) etc.

5.0
By IanUSAMay 2, 2020 Verified Purchase

This is a gorgeous gun and as my only big bore airgun it leaves me wanting very little aside from more ammo to shoot. While it may be a bear to handle during extended shooting, its reaffirming weight does a great deal to combat the recoil and uneasiness of ones hands after a few dozen shots. I would never recommend it to someone unable to manage the heft and cocking effort, but for those who can and are looking for a step up from smaller calibers or simply addition stopping power for larger small game at the sub 30-40 yard range it cannot be beat in my opinion.

Pros
Fantastic affordable stopping power with beautiful Turkish wood

Cons
Unwieldy for the less fit among us(let's face it big caliber+big gun=really heavy gun)

5.0
By ChrisUSAApril 23, 2020 Verified Purchase

Buy it, you won't regret.

Pros
Very powerful. The 30cal will go through a 2x4

Cons
It's a bit heavy and the 30 is pretty hard to break barrel load but it's worth the effort.

5.0
By MattApril 6, 2020 Verified Purchase

This .22 is great to shoot. Sturdy, beautiful furniture is surprisingly high quality (though less red than it looks online) and despite the weight is very comfortable to use. Takes some strength to cock, but it's manageable.

Pros
Beautiful furniture Comfortable ergonomics Excellent accuracy Excellent power Adjustable trigger and comb Doesn't include a garbage-tier scope, you can choose your own

Cons
Heavy Hard to cock

5.0
By JamesUSADecember 29, 2019 Verified Purchase

Nice piece for the money - right out of the box. Wood stock is unusually well done for this price. All the metal is properly machined and finished. A handsome ,22 cal. air rifle.

Pros
Accuracy is most important to me. Followed by power. My indoor range is set up at 41-feet. After a somewhat tiresome period of adjusting the trigger and 'breaking it in' . . . and zeroing the scope . . . it shoots consistently tiny, one-hole groups with a couple of different pellets - from the bench. The trigger is a bit heavy for off-hand shooting.

Cons
Heavy trigger, heavy rifle.

3.0
By MikeUSANovember 20, 2019 Verified Purchase

Very well built rifle. Solid, accurate and trigger was excellent. The only problem was with the finish on the wood. It seemed to be the same as inexpensive furniture with the stain mixed with the finish and when the finish came off the color did also.

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Hallo. wie fiel Joule hat die Waffe? mfg

asked Herbert from Austria

Is There a left-hand stock?

asked Josh from USA

Other than looks, what is the difference between Mod 135 and Mod 135s?

asked noble from USA

There is no model 135s. There is 130S . The powerplants look to be pretty much the same. The 130S has a synthetic stock. The 135 an adjustable wooden stock.

Mark from USA

It’s this Hatsan Mod 135 Vortex QE good too hunter Turkey?

asked Toufik from Canada

If it can kill a racoon I think If you get a head shot your Chances will be likely

Nick from USA

I'm curious if anyone can tell me. I understand that the 30cal is a beast but is the 30 really better than the 22 or 25? Is the 30 as accurate as the 22 or 25. I'm asking because I'm very interested in the 30cal but also wonder why it's on sale and not the other calibers. CURIOUS

asked Dana from USA

its mutch bigger than a 22 but a 25 is smaller also look at this chart https://www.google.com/search?q=.22+.25+.30+pellets&safe=strict&rlz=1CAJIKU_enUS922&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwjZguPBnY3uAhWRLc0KHfIyCaMQ_AUoAXoECBYQAw&biw=1300&bih=612#imgrc=JACCIP5cwvybgM

Nick from USA

What kind of FPS am i looking at using a 20 grain H&N Field target trophy pellet 750 is a little slow using a 23 grain H&N Hornet in .25 cal.

asked Edward Yancey Jr

What would you say the effective range of this gun is against medium game? Also can this gun take out a coyote? I am planning on getting an air gun for pest control and possibly using to hunt medium game on a budget. I am planning on getting it chambered in 30 cal if I get this model.

asked Cayden Douglass

I can buy in india

asked Ankush salve

Would this work well for raccoon ? I have quite a few that try to get in my chicken coop at night and .22 lr subsonic only has had mixed results at dispatching the threat. I don't want to use high velocity .22 out of respect for my neighbors but thought maybe a .30 cal pellet might be more effective. Thoughts ?

asked jeremiah from USA

Are you able to go deer hunting with this???

asked Hunter Laubenstein

in most states u need a .30 pcp but check your regulations

Nick from USA

What is the muzzle volisity of this rifle

asked William

I am seriously thinking about this rifle. I've found some pellets That more resemble a .45, .50 cal in design. About 80 and 100 Grain. Would these still work in this style rifle? They are Sold in lots of 100 on eBay as .30/.308 cal. I'm no ballistics Expert though I do have an extensive firearms background, But isn't it false to classify a .30 and a .308 as the same Size pellet/slug?

asked Danny croft

Will the 0.25 drop a coyote at 50 yards?

asked Dale Baker

What's the largest game you could hunt with the .30 cal of this? small deer, maybe? thank you

asked Ash

Can it take out a coyote?

asked Jonathan from USA

Hey guys thanks in advance for helping a newbie out. I am interested in the .25 cal. I know it will fit my hunting and pest control needs. 1. how adjustable is the trigger - does anyone know what the lowest poundage I can set? 2. Pest control will be at a farm and the farmer who is currently my friend and I want to keep it that way, had dairy cows, so I am hoping that the report will be subtle. If not, is there after market systems that might be able to help quiet this big boy down? Not concerned about the sound of the pellet hitting the target but the report of the gun it self. 3. what kind of bipod will work well with this gun? Again, thanks for the help.

asked Dean Forrest

Would you recommend this for turkey hunting and if so in what caliber?

asked Bruce

I couldn’t find a complete list of what all comes in the box. What all comes in the box? Sling?

asked Mark from USA

What is the length of pull in inches ( distance from trigger to shoulder )?

asked David

After reading the comments about this rifle I have to seriously ask Are airgunners wimps? I have rifles that weigh twice as much, granted, they are in serious calibers, such as .338 Lapua and .50 BMG among others,but a rifle under ten pounds is no big deal, and fifty pounds COCKING weight, well Id say its time to start doing some push ups. this rifle is in the same weight range as the M1 Garand and the M14 are, unloaded. Someone Please let me know that these complainers are the exception, and not the rule!

asked Scott

so it it just like a pump rifle, or do you have to fill it with gas?

asked jeff

will this shoot a raccoon out of a tree with a head shot??

asked mike atkins

Well this 30 caliber air rifle take down a deer if need be?

asked John

How many pounds is required to cock?

asked Dillon

Whats the biggest thing it can kill

asked Joseph from USA

how much of a difference is there between a .25 cal and a .30 cal in this model

asked Perry from USA

What Scope would you use on this rifle?

asked Allen Gaskill

how often to you have to replace the gas piston in this gun

asked Perry Bierman

Can an ex-felon hunt with this gun legally?

asked Rick Walker

What scope do you recommend for this rifle? I understand they're pretty hard on optics.

asked Ed Sheppard

Does anyone know if the .30 will go through a pine 2x4?

asked Ty from USA

Does anyone know if the .30 will go all the way through a pine 2x4

asked Ty from USA

Will a .30 cal go through a 2x4 pine board?

asked Ty from USA

Will the .30 cal go through a 2x4 pine board

asked Ty from USA

Interested in .30 cal but I'm a lefty. Any thoughts on how this would work out. See a similar gun w/ different stock but only up to .25. What is the practical difference between .25 and .30? Thanks, Bob

asked Robert from USA
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