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Hatsan Mod 135 Vortex

Model 135 Vortex Gas Piston Turkish Walnut Air Rifle
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  • Code: 135177P · $265.99 · .177 · 1250 fps
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While some manufacturers make an accurate barrel, the downrange accuracy is often foiled by a bad trigger due to a marginal trigger. Hatsan's proprietary Quattro trigger will surprise you with its adjustability and crisp release. Use for plinking, shooting spinners, popping paper targets and dispatching small rodents at close distances. This gun is ready to go when it arrives. Just add pellets and start shooting. Mount the scope for increased accuracy. If you've never had a gun with a gas-piston powerplant, you're in for a surprise. Two of the top benefits over a coiled metal mainspring are smooth shooting and the ability to shoot even in very cold weather. You won't lose power as you would with a metal mainspring. Metal springs have grease and tar on them, which thickens and hardens in cold weather and often prevents optimum functioning. In fact, you'll lose velocity with a greased up mainspring if the temperature's cold enough. That won't happen with a Vortex gas-spring powering your Hatsan 135 air rifle!

Hatsan 135 Air Rifle Features
  • Vortex gas-piston
  • Breakbarrel
  • Single-shot
  • Rifled steel barrel
  • Quattro 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 raised cheekpiece
  • Checkered pistol grip and forearm
  • Rubber recoil pad with SAS (shock absorber system) that reduces vibration
  • Triopad rubber recoil pad with 3 stock spacers to adjust pull length
  • SAS (shock absorber system) reduces vibration
  • 9.20 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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  • ManufacturerHatsan
  • Caliber.177
  • Velocity1250 fps
  • ConditionNew
  • Ammo TypePellets
  • ActionBreak barrel
  • Barrel StyleRifled
  • Fire ModeSingle-shot
  • Gun Weight9.20
  • Overall Length47.20
  • Barrel Length17.70
  • 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/plinking
  • Warranty1-year limited warranty
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By RonnieUSAJune 27, 2016

i bought 2 recently and both love the h n 28.4 grain pellets n and other pellets as well. very accurate with the heavier pellet n proced 32.47 fpe at the muzzle. stock n bluing flawless even came with mounts for a sling. will def highly recommened this as great hunters gun at 35 to 40 yars raanges or less and your quarry at 30 yards with well placed shot wont stand aa chance. killer knockdown power. ty guys at airgundepo for the quality n power n performace and sservice as well. cheers.


nothing... when it gets back in stock be sure to buy some. their a keeper....

By Ricardo SaldivarMexicoMarch 21, 2016

Solid. Serious. Impact. exactly same as slogan company.

Powerfull Easy to Cock Open optic sights


By JoshuaUSANovember 14, 2015

Just got this hatsan 135 in .25 caliber a week ago and didnt have time to shoot it until now which is a week after. I was using the h&n hunter extreme and i was so suprising when the first 5 pellet that i ever shot out from this rifle went through the same hole and just right next to the hole that made it bigger at 20 yards but it was'nt on the bullseye yet. So i made a couple adjustment and it was right on the bullseye everytime i shot it. I was thinking and put a BSA red dot scope on it and zero it at 20 yard with only 10 shot to work with. Finally getting dark so i put up some likes near the chicken coop and came the rat so i took a clean shot to the heart which i drop it where it was at. Im so happy to own this rifle now!

This rifle delivers a deadly accuracy and knockdown power.


By DanSeptember 14, 2015

Very nice wood, good blueing, monte carlo stock aligns perfectly with my scope. I have only put about 120 barracuda hunter extremes thru it so far, groups are fair at 25 yds, about 1.5" ctc. Very powerful, sling swivels were an unexpected bonus.

Weaver rail, sling swivels, nice stock, suprisingly quiet for power level

By IanSeptember 10, 2015

I got this rifle in .25 caliber and I love it! Out of the box, accuracy was a little shoddy. I found that the stock screws had come a little loose from the recoil, so tightening them fixed it. As with other similar Hatsan rifles, the length of pull is very long. I have monkey arms, so it is very comfortable for me.

-Vortex gas ram makes firing very smooth -Great looking rifle (stock and brass hardware are beautiful!) -The advertised velocity is not inflated, unlike other brands -Dovetail/weaver combo rail is nice to have -Fiber optic sights are very good -Beefy stock with a nice buttpad -Sling studs!

-Can be hold sensitive -Decent amount of recoil -Heavy cocking effort

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Would like to know the cocking effort of the Hatsan 135 with the Vortex piston. Thanks.

asked P.G.

Around 48lb..

Matthew from USA


Hawkeyes 58

You can expect a range depending on the rifle and .cal. I have both a 125 sniper .117 Vortex and 125sniper.25cal springer. The .117 Vortex has about 30lb of cocking force. It can range upward to 35lb depending on the weather. The .25 cal Sniper Springer has about 40 to 50 lb cocking pressure. My neighbor has the same rifle and his is on the lower end as mine is more on the higher end. I'm 6ft 190lb US Marine and it is not unreasonable to cock and load. Be careful not to cock with the barrel in such a position that if you let go or it slip it should not come back up and hit you in the noggen.. keep the barrel faced away from you when cocking this rifle.

Robert from USA

It does take a bit of effort to cock the Hatsan 135 Vortex rifle. Not sure how many pounds of pull is required. Guessing 45 to 50 #. range. I am able to calk it with difficulty using one arm it is much easier with two. Totally worth the effort for the performance IMO.

Jack from USA

Hi its 12 lbs


80 lbs

brendan dale

I was told 33 lb by a Hatsan rep


country of origin

asked Gary G.

These are made in Turkey

Scott from USA
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