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Hatsan Mod 95 Vortex

Available in .177, .22, .25, Model 95 Vortex air rifle Turkish walnut stock combo, Includes 3-9x32 Scope
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  • Code: HC9522VORT · $189.99 · .22 · 800 fps
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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
  • Hatsan Vortex Gas Piston utilize regular air instead of any other type of gas
  • 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
  • Velocity800 fps
  • ConditionNew
  • Ammo TypePellets
  • ActionBreak barrel
  • Barrel StyleRifled
  • Fire ModeSingle-shot
  • Gun Weight7.80
  • Overall Length44.50
  • Barrel Length17.70
  • Loudness3-Medium
  • Magazine Capacity0
  • MechanismGas-piston
  • Rail11mm dovetail
  • SafetyAutomatic
  • Front SightsFiber Optic
  • Rear SightsAdjustable for windage & elevation
  • Shots per Fill0
  • Trigger AdjustabilityTwo-stage adjustable
  • Trigger Action0
  • UseSmall game hunting/plinking
  • Warranty1-year limited warranty
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By TravisUSAJune 10, 2020 Verified Purchase

So there one more thing worth mentioning. The first gun I got from Airgun depot was defective. It worked but it kept progressively shooting lower, and lower. Not sure why, maybe the seals? So I contacted Airgun Depot and I sent it back to them and they sent me a brand new gun at no cost to me. It did take a couple weeks to get the new one but I was very happy to see they stood by their products. The customer service was very good, Which I was worried about when I started having problems as it's not a super cheap gun. The second gun I've received has had no problems. To be sure I've waited quite a while before writing this review and it is still going strong. So overall I'd say this for me inspires confidence with airgun depot as I have seen first hand they stand by what they sell. So going forward airgun depot is going to be my go to, as airguns are expensive and no one wants to be left with a lemon.

I love this gun. First off it is a beauty, pictures cannot do this justice. The checkering and finish of the wood is very nice. The gun is very accurate, it's powerful enough to hunt small game and not so powerful you won't wanna shoot it in the backyard. I don't hunt but I'm sure you could with this. I got it to penetrate through 5 cans filled with water. I got the QE and it helps keep this gun be backyard friendly. However it's not super quiet. The cocking effort is not to hard and I'm not very strong. The cocking effort is enough though that you know this gun has got some power. It's a lot of fun to shoot and gives the feel of a real rifle. The fiber optic sights are a real nice touch and honestly my favorite open sights of any of my pellet guns. Also this is much less finicky about the artillery hold then other break barrels.

This gun is a bit heavy. In reality though because it's a break barrel this is a good thing as it helps absorb the recoil well. If it was too light it would be a pain to get repeatable accuracy with the double recoil of break barrels. The weight is probably what makes this less finicky about the way you hold it. It's not so heavy it's burdensome but it is something worth mentioning. Not for children. Also the scope is not very good. It seems to vary in quality. The first scope I got actually worked quite decently but I had to send that gun back ( see last part below). The second scope doesn't work as well and I have to put my eye right up on it. It is usable but nothing to write home about. Mostly I shoot iron sights though so this doesn't bother me but if you mainly use a scope you will probably need to upgrade.

By JoeMay 28, 2020

I have had this gun for 2 weeks now and shot about 200 rounds through it. I am very pleased with my choice and the price point is excellent.

Hatsan 95 My airgun was shipped quickly and arrived well packaged. Upon unboxing, I was nicely pleased and impressed with the quality. I am 60 years old and this is definitely a nicely manufactured airgun from quality materials. Initially it feels heavy; however, after shooting 100 rounds through it. I can easily produce 1” groups at 30 yards. Now, I am no trained marksman! I think this airgun makes me look good. The stock feels nice in your hands. Initially the heavy feel has gone away and the “louder that expected” seems fine. This Is my first real air rifle at .22 caliber. Initially I was shooting a Crosman 880 .177 caliber, so you can see that this is a big change for me. I would highly recommend the Hatsan 95 as a good choice. Thanks Airgun Depot for such good service!

It’s a little heavy. You have to reload the pellet each time. You have to cock the barrel to load the air piston for each shot. Well, I think these are the exact reasons I purchased a break barrel air rifle to start with.

By PaddyApril 23, 2020

I didn't fire more than 100 rounds over a year's period as I live in the city and don't get out to the country (Florida Everglades) very often. After sitting in closet for 4 months I got it out and....thunk. Dead air piston. Purchase price of $200+ and I barley got a year and 100 rounds but to drive it home Hatsan said pay for shipping both ways and all repairs and we'll be happy to help you out. Never (Hatsan) again.

Liked the heft and feel as I grew up hunting with powder rifles

Included scope will not handle the recoil.

By Buffalo J.May 28, 2019

Bought my hatsan Mod 95 Vortex to clear varmints from a distance, and it didnt take long to become a proficient shooter. The gun shoots straight and is extremely powerful for a 22 cal, 14.3g pellet. I can't believe the long range shots I make consistently, even with the cheap scope. The quality of this Hatsan rifle is excellent compared to firearms and is not at all a toy, and the scope is ok at best but it works well for me for my long range, humane shots at mice and grey squirrels, and now targets.

This hatsan rifle feels good with proper weight and balance, its very solid and has really nice finish materials. I've gone through a couple thousand shots now, and its perfect with common crossman Premier Hollowpoints. Its still like brand new after two years or so later, I'm happy.

The scope isn't as nice as the Hatsan rifle, but my only problem with it is the cheap elastic straps for the very nice tinted glass lens covers. not much of a complaint... I recommend the Hatsan Mod 95 Vortex, and now I'm looking into a .22 pellet pistol to go with it. Maybe a sig...

By davidMarch 13, 2019 Verified Purchase

It does what I needed it to do. I like it.

By JW H.March 6, 2019

Rifle works fine. Heavy and requires some strength to cock. Little kid will have hard time cocking. Scope is worthless. Will not hold zero.

Accurate seems well made.

Scope will not hold Zero.

By La_SwampfoxFebruary 17, 2019

This recommendation is based on Hatsan service and not standing behind their products. I bought 2 Model 95 Vortex .22 rifles at the same time. Right out of the box you could tell by the sound and cocking effort one was different. Chronograph showed one averaging near 820FPS and the other barely breaking 600FPS. Sent to Hatsan and they returned (WEEKS LATER); claiming it was repaired. Chrono showed it shooting average of 815FPS. I am not into just shooting air rifles and this was bought for pest control. Went several months of not shooting, and when I tried to use it, I found the gas cylinder was completely dead. Contacted Hatsan and they said I would be responsible for all repair costs and shipping as it was out of Warranty. After much arguing and showing this rifle was defective when purchased, they agreed to fix it; but stated "Never Again"; and were actually quite rude. I sent it in, and they returned it (WEEKS LATER). This time Chrono showed about 800FPS velocity. I shot it for a while and noticed it seemed to have lost that "crack" sound and was losing velocity; but did not dig out the Chrono. Put away for several months until a Opossum problem popped up. Found out the gas cylinder was completely dead again. The other rifle I gave to my son nearly 2 years ago is still shooting fine; this one has supposedly been "repaired" twice and is now dead again. They did not repair or replace anything in my opinion! They merely recharged the cylinder and sent it back with the same leak and defective cylinder. When working it was a great rifle; but this one is/was defective from day one, and they did nothing to correct it, or stand behind it. Choose another Brand!

Good looking and accurate; when it was working.

Poor quality control; and even worse Customer Service and Warranty/repairs.

By MarcusUSADecember 10, 2018

Hard hitting, accurate well made. This is really a great gun at a great price!

Very accurate out at 50 when dialed in with a proper scope

The scope that it comes with is not the best and has trouble holding zero

By BaileeNovember 29, 2018 Verified Purchase

It’s and good gun for the money shooting 1in groups at 20 yard but it’s sucks cause the front iron sight and barrel act like there unscrew from the gun I can trin the front sight up side down and the other thing is I bought a few different pellets to try and half of them wouldn’t shoot out the gun a little disappointed in the gun it would pinch the pellet when you close the barrel and shoot it would make a ball dropping sound if you didn’t get something to push it down farther.

Okay gun for the money

barrel screws all the way around and some pellets don’t shoot

By AnselmoUSASeptember 10, 2018

The gun is handsome. Smooth shooter. Quiet. I have not broken it in yet, but it kills! Got my first varmit at 50 yrds with the stock scope. A must have gun! The only other gun i'd like to have after this one would be its sister gun the 87 model with synthetic stock.


The scope only because it is not a mildot.

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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...


.....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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