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Hatsan Mod 95 Vortex

Available in .22, .25, Model 95 Vortex air rifle Turkish walnut stock combo, Includes 3-9x32 Scope
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  • Code: HC9522VORT · $149.99 · .22 · 800 fps
Estimated in stock date is 07-29-24
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One of our best selling break barrel air rifles! With the Hatsan Vortex Gas Ram system the model 95 just got an upgrade. The model 95 Vortex features a beautiful Turkish Walnut stock, fiber optic sights, and a 3-9X32 scope and rings. This gun shoots a true 1000 FPS with lead pellets. The model 95 comes in three caliber choices (.177, .22, and .25) that are perfect for pest control, small game hunting or just plinking around the yard. The vortex system will give you a smoother shooting cycle, extended product life and fewer moving parts. Try the new model 95 Vortex air rifle today.

Hatsan Model 95 Vortex Features
  • Turkish walnut stock
  • Quattro Trigger System
  • SAS(Shock Absorber System)
  • Ambidextrous
  • Checkering grip and forearm
  • TruGlo Fiber Optics
  • Vortex Gas Piston technology is developed and manufactured by hatsan to be specifically used in most Hatsan break barrel/under lever airguns
  • Gas piston powered airgun eliminate most of the vibration caused by the oscillation of the heavey springs used in spring-power airguns
  • Gas piston models produce much more steady consistent power between consecutive shots versus spring-powered airguns
  • Includes 3-9x32 Scope
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  • ManufacturerHatsan
  • Caliber .22
  • Velocity 800 fps
  • Condition New
  • Ammo Type Pellets
  • Action Break barrel
  • Barrel Style Rifled
  • Fire Mode Single-shot
  • Gun Weight 7.80
  • Overall Length 44.50
  • Barrel Length 15.90
  • Loudness 3-Medium
  • Magazine Capacity 0
  • Mechanism Gas-piston
  • Rail 11mm dovetail
  • Safety Automatic
  • Front Sights Fiber Optic
  • Rear Sights Adjustable for windage & elevation
  • Shots per Fill 0
  • Trigger Adjustability Two-stage adjustable
  • Trigger Action 0
  • Use Small game hunting/plinking
  • Warranty 1-year limited warranty
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By RandolphMay 13, 2024

Decent trigger.

I have had this for a couple of years. I have tried 2 different dove tail mounts, 2 different rings and 2 different scopes. I have tried every pellet the depot sells and this piece of junk will not put 2 pellets in a row close enough to dial in a scope. I have a precision scope mount kit and bags to ensure it is not my shooting. I have a cheap .22 long rifle that will put 5 shots you can cover with a nickel so it is not my shooting. Do not waste your money on this junk.

By DavidMarch 5, 2024 Verified Purchase

The rifle shoots very well and is very accurate. I also had to lose the scope rings and slide the scope back because the rear ring wouldn't go back far enough for me to get proper eye relief. I didn't have any issue with eye relief on my Gamo or Benjamin Marauder rifles.

Very quite. Not terribly hard to load, especially after being broke in.

Either the shipping container was not sufficient or I got a used rifle. The muzzle was missing black all around like it had pliers on it and there was a chip in the walnut stock along the bottom where the barrel breaks through.

By JonAugust 22, 2023 Verified Purchase

Great product, especially for the price

Very knowledgeable staff and super fast shipping


By JohnAugust 13, 2023 Verified Purchase

good comparative price

So far, so good.

scope not so hot

By TomJuly 16, 2022

This was recommended to me by a supplier. I'm glad they did.

I've hit dozens of squirrels with the Hatson .22. Some up to 90 feet away with no scope. It's a very powerful rifle I recommend. The sound level is medium

The rear sight may be prone to movement. I'd suggest to Hatson to try to make it more secure. The scope that came with the gun (sometime in 1999 or 2000) was inferior with poor focus. Perhaps the scope on present ones is improved. I always shot the gun without a scope consistently thinning out the squirrel overpopulation.

By JeffreyUSADecember 8, 2021

This rifle is incredibly nice at this price point (199.00). The walnut stock is beautiful and the workmanship is topnotch. If you are considering this model buy it you won't be disappointed!

The rifle came very well packaged and it arrived in three days thank you airgun depot and the quality and appearance of this air rifle are top notch. I purchased the 95 vortex non qe in .22 caliber. I had a bushnell banner scope 3x9x40 that I mounted instead of the scope that came with the gun. The first shot I took was very similar to a 22 long rifle and I thought wow does this gun bark but all the shots after were similar to my gamo mach 1. Once I sighted it in with a solid hold I had one inch groups at 30 yards. I really like the automatic safety. Much nicer than the safety in front of the trigger style. The cocking effort felt like around 35 lbs which is just right.

Having a sight guard on the front sight would be nice.

By mikeOctober 21, 2021

Nothing good about Hatsan Vortex air rifle it has broken twice (air pump *wears* out). In 4 years I have paid more than 2X the original purchase price in repair and shipping costs. Now the service dept. tells me there is *new modified* air pump that should last longer than the first two. $90.00 to reapir and ship it to me !!!

Way Too Heavy, feels like an iron anchor. Trigger is a hard pull. Save your Money !!!! buy another brand.

By GeorgeUSAOctober 13, 2021

I own three .22 cal air rifles. I also have a Benjamin Prowler and a Gamo Maxxim Swarm in addition to the Hatsan 95. The Gamo is the lightest in weight. All three are good in my opinion. All three shot more consistently with the heavier weight pellets. I would not go less than 16 grain pellets.

I have the 95QE 22 cal. version. Very nice air rifle. Good looking stock. I have not mounted the scope but dialed it in using the normal sights. The JSB Jumbo Heavy Diabolo 18.13 grain pellet was very consistent is accuracy. The H&N 21.14 grain Baracuda Match was also very consistent in accuracy.

It is a heavy rifle so sling mounts would be great if they could be attached.

By IvoAugust 1, 2021

If I had a chance to test try it I would have not bought it. In my opinion there are better options. And if you are looking to shoot this in your suburban backyard look for something else! This gun is loud.

It has a very nice walnut stock and I like the safety mechanism. It seems solidly build.

Something I don't like it that is frekin' loud - almost equivalent to 22 pistol. The QE version is just for looks. Its also fairly heavy compared to other pellet rifles I have handled and the weight is in the beginning of the stock - for me personally its uncomfortable especially when shooting without resting the rifle. Another noteworthy aspect is the recoil from the gas piston - simply put my shoulder is bruised. The precision is also not great with pellets spreading in a radius of 2 inches from a distance of 10ft (hopefully this would improve as the rifle is worked in).

By ChrisMay 22, 2021

In .25, this gun offers smashing power for pests and varmints, hits like a .22 Short! Very accurate once sighted in. I haven't even scoped mine yet... no need to. The wood grain is very nice. Hatsan employees should be very proud of their work... I'm impressed a rifle this nice can sell at such a low price point. This was a gift from my best friend... I guess he was worried I would ask to "borrow" his Hatsan .25. LOL!!! My Benjamin .25, I'll likely sell as it's so damn big and heavy. The Hatsan 95 is very handy, easier to carry... its a keeper!

.25 caliber Power with a gas piston?Superb accuracy, rugged, well built with nice wood grain and low price? Oh Hell yes!!!! This a high value pellet gun for a reasonable price. Look out Germany, Turkey is turning out some sweet shooting airguns! Mine sighted in easily. I may scope it later, no need so far as most of the varmints I take are under 25 yards, so open sights work well. Wish I had this in the late 70's / early 80's as a kid! .25 caliber is an Incredible jump up in pesting wallop from the .177 Crosman 766 Pump rifle I had as a kid. The Hatsan 95 is stiff to cock, but you will get stronger as it's tough to stop shooting it as it's so accurate. Will shred through both sides of a metal tin can full of water at 25 yards. Yes, this will take bigger game such as raccoons, fox, woodchucks, etc., even coyotes... provided you utilize proper shot placement. It's that powerful. Not too loud either if you have neighbors or live in the suburbs.

Offer without scope at a slight discount, or sell with an upgraded scope at a higher cost.

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Why don't you have the .177 version?

asked Derek from USA

Can someone who has purchased this rifle mod 95 Vortex QE in .22 cal recently, how is it holding up. Has the velocity diminished or has the accuracy. I am in a waiting list for over a month now and would like to know if its worth the wait. And if anyone has changed the scope for a better one for less than $100. I plan to shoot it with the open sights to break it in, before mounting in a better one. Thanks for your time and help.

asked Juan from USA

Can I buy this gun without a scope.

asked Douglas from USA

Will it hurt the air rifle to fire it without a pellet loaded?(dry fire)

asked Kenneth from USA

What pellets shoot the best. I would tend to a heavier pellet for hunting. and a light pellet for in buildings, where they would carry less energy to distance.

asked Gerald Dyck

What is a good replacement scope?

asked Chris

My Hatsan 95 worked great when I purchased it....I ran about 20 rounds through it and put it away. when I took it out recently and attempted to use it, it did not expel the 22 pellet and it felt like a weak spring uncoiling when the trigger was pulled. I have had it over a year and need to fix it myself....can anyone tell me what it needs?

asked Randy

I have same issue and Hatsan wants $90+ one way shipping. BUMMER !


Probably a new spring/piston

John from USA

What common sound would this gun’s noise volume be compared to when firing? And does this gun have sufficient FPE to dispatch a raccoon? Thanks.

asked Mitchell from USA

How is this different than the mod 95?

asked Shahin Gransar

What is the cocking effort of this gun?

asked Kyle

I'm losing power and accuracy after 1year Does it need a tune up?

asked Bill

How many pounds required to cock?

asked Dillon

How many pounds required to cock?

asked Dillon

Can you see through the scope rings to use the iron sights.

asked John

I have a Hatsan Mod 95 air gun, but it can't hit to target actually. I am trying to zeroing this with proper way but I am fail to understand the problem.

asked Moslah Uddin Siddiquee

Hatsan model 95 QE Is it normal for the trigger to have side to side movement

asked John from USA

I've never owned a pellet gun; so, please pardon my ignorance. Would it be smart/needed to add a four screw Weaver scope adapter with a droop compensation, like this one: I'm looking at the .25 cal and wondering if the relatively low muzzle speed might need something like this to help with aiming

asked Christoph from USA

I need to take out ground squirrels in a quiet neighborhood, will this do it?

asked Al

I'm interested in buying he Mod 95 vortex but would like to swap out the scope for the Leapers/UTG 3-9x50, is that possible?

asked AV Bob

Does this use regular air? Are what? David

asked David

I have the Mod 95, .22 cal. I had to take the scope off because I could not keep it sighted in!! Likewise with the open sights!!~ I have tried everything to keep the rifle sighted in, but the recoil keeps knocking the sights off. Anyone have any suggestion short of taking it to a gunsmith? John

asked John Leyendecker

Use Loctite on the scope mount screws and put a little tape over the rear sight adjusting screw.

John Sholl

The piston seals can be a little undersized on these and the piston will slam home hard. ARH makes a good seal for these and you can clean up the internals while it is apart...These still are great rifles and well worth a little finessing...


get a better scope most of the pellet rifles come with a scope that is sub par but look cool. this rifle needs a quality scope than your world will change.. hope this helps..

robert from USA

I would install a Leapers 11mm Dovetail to Weaver Adapter and blue loctite it and use UTG 30mm Low Profile scope Rings. A Leapers 30mm UTG SWAT IR 3-12x44 AO this should solve your problems . Its whats on my gun and I have shot about 1500 pellets with no problems, except for operator error on occasion


First what pellets are you using?, the lightest 14gr, try 18 or so grains up to 20grs or so, will help with the recoil with heavier pellets, it will sound less and maybe get tighter groups. Try doing the artillery hold, so it will just float in your hand as to not have so much resistance. If you can do a tune up would help allot to make it smoother. Hope this helps. Cheers Adrian

Adrian from USA

Blue Loctite


All reviews said the scope that came with the gun are junk .I would take money a gunsmith would charge you. Buy a better scope and mount may start with better mount.

mickey from USA

All reviews said the scope that came with the gun are junk .I would take money a gunsmith would charge you. Buy a better scope and mount may start with better mount.

mickey from USA

Purchase a BKL 460 , 4 in long dove tail mount. , use a Wheeler F.A.T torque wrench, set it for 15 pounds. Use blue loctite on the screws.


I own this gun. It is excellent. 1 inch groups at 50 yards from a bench. Some air guns are very sensitive to pellets. I'm not sure what yoyr experience level is with these rifles but: Let the gun pick the pellets (hundreds of pellets at hundreds of weights- stay above 15 grain domed) Artillery hold is a sad truth shoot 100 rounds for fun, then start sighting in when you get solid groups, buy a new scope!!!! They move around in cheaper versions When ypou get a new scope get new rings!! They move around in cheaper versions Keep the bolts tight! They move around in cheaper versions Indoors? Outdoors? Wind? Simply put, this gun is accurate, consistent with guns twice the pay. Its the hard wear that is causing the issue


Buy a Hawks scope and use BKL momts.


Have you tried different pellets? They will all shoot, but some wont be as accurate as others. Also check the screws holding the stock and rifle (the working part of the gun) screws to make sure they are tight. You might also see if the barrel is loose. Just try to wiggle it at the end where you cock it.

Jerry Rose

Check your stock screws,especially the one in the trigger assembly. Remove and apply blue Loctite. reinstall and let sit till next day. Should solve problem


You may consider buying a one piece scope mount and a better scope that can handle the recoil. A decent scope option would be the center point 3x9x40 mil-dot scope which usually retails for around $50.


I use Peep sites by Williams. A front stop & rear stop w/ Peeps inbetween & Loktite on My Hat 150.

Lorne from USA

This is not uncommon with air rifles. The solution is to use a different scope. Folks who have run into this have reported that switching to a different scope stopped this from happening.


The first thing I do with a new air rifle is to take off all of the screws on the scope mounts and clean them with 91% Isopropyl alcohol. A weaker solution will work as well, but that's what I have here. I also use denatured alcohol as well. I clean the screws using an old tooth brush, roll them in an old rag, then allow them to dry for about an hour. I reassemble the scope to the gun and put a nice drop of Permatex Purple threadlocker on all of the screws, including any screws for the mount to the gun. Set the screws firmly, then let the gun sit overnight for the Permatex to dry. I also do the same with the body screws of the gun at the same time, as these will loosen as quick as the scope mount screws, and will throw your scope off. I check my body screws after about every 100 pellets, and particularly when the gun starts shooting "off." The body screws actually loosen more frequently than the scope mount screws. Give that a try ans see if your problem doesn't go away.

Joe V

Hi John, don't know how old this post is, so I just saw it and decided to answer best I can. I have same rifle and love, love, love it. Mine has been a peach. But, do this. make sure all screws attached to the receiver (three) are tight and stay tight. the big one at the forearm, the two that share the trigger housing, and then allen screws on scope rings, and mounts. Tighten all these, and don't worry about hitting a bullseye, say about 20 yards. Just grouping. Aiming at the same spot 10-15 times, each time making sure all screws are tight, to eliminate that as a source of inaccuracy. If you group within 2' at that distance, then you are ready to start dialing in. If you still hit outside that 2" area (with exception of a flier or two) screws being tight all through cycle, then assume you have a scope problem or pellet selection. Trust me on this...each gun has a favorite and like mine, they hate those that aren't. I went through all this, and just couldn't group. Then tried Crossman Premium Hollow Pts, 15.3 grain, and wow, what a difference. I had to ditch (or give a way) about 3-4 other tins of pellets, one being a Crossman Premium round nose, that it still didn't like, even same brand. Go figure. But its true, true. One last groups got even better when I stopped shooting from a prop, (pillows on a table) and started holding it military style. again, huge difference, and whatever I didn't shoot well, was me, not the gun. I began shooting instinctively, timing my trigger pull (another issue, triggers and adjustment) with my timing of being in that sweet spot then pull. Just a marriage between gun and holder there. So, begin with all screws, tightening every 3-5 shots (and if that is the problem, you can use lock tight for permanent fix). Then, to right pellets, then to hold. If that doesn't help, send it back and get another one. It could be the scope or the gun or both. Most sellers will not take the scope back without the gun...package deal. Hope that helps. my email is [email protected] Let me know how you are doing with this gun. Ray


I would suggest using permanent lock tight on your screws.

james downs

buy bkL scope mounts,and use red loktite on the screws. Buy a leapers scope, and you won't be sorry!


Try tightening any screws once it is how you want it, and if that doesnt work, consult hatsan, or contact a gun smith


Have you tried the military hold of the rifle? Usually you can get a better grouping by utilizing that particular hold.


.....Hello....At what distance can you hit a 6 inch circle over and over.......and how far away are you going to kill a squirrel.....or rabbit ?

asked john from USA
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