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Hatsan Mod25 SuperTact QE Pellet Pistol

Available in .177, .22, Detachable telescoping stock converts the Model 25 pistol to a rifle
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  • Code: HG25TACT177 · $149.99 · .177 · 700 fps
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With Hatsan Model 25 SuperTact, it's the like getting two guns for the price of one. Attach the telescoping buttstock and have a carbine. Take it off and it's a pistol. At with velocity reaching 700fps, that?s incredibly hard hitting for a air pistol. Use this for small pest control as well as pinking and having fun.

Hatsan Mod25 Supertact Features
  • Carbine that converts to a pistol
  • Spring-piston
  • 58 lbs. cocking effort
  • TruGlo fiber optic front sight adjustable for windage
  • TruGlo fiber optic rear sight adjustable for windage & elevation
  • Quattro 2-stage adjustable match trigger
  • QuietEnergy Integrated Sound Moderator
  • Anti-beartrap mechanism
  • Ergonomically designed synthetic stock
  • Textured grips with finger grooves and thumbrest (RH grip)
  • Telescoping stock: 26" to 29.9" long
  • Manual/automatic safety
  • Gold-plated trigger blade
  • 11mm optics dovetail grooves
  • Muzzle cap can be replaced by included aluminum cocking aid (both screw on)
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  • ManufacturerHatsan
  • Caliber .177
  • Velocity 700 fps
  • Condition New
  • Ammo Type Pellets
  • Action Break barrel
  • Barrel Style Rifled
  • Fire Mode Single-shot
  • Gun Weight 5.70
  • Overall Length 29.90
  • Barrel Length 9.00
  • Loudness 3-Medium
  • Magazine Capacity 0
  • Mechanism Spring-piston
  • Rail 11mm dovetail
  • Safety Automatic
  • Front Sights Adjustable for elevation
  • Rear Sights Adjustable for windage & elevation
  • Shots per Fill 0
  • Trigger Adjustability Two-stage adjustable
  • Trigger Action 0
  • Use Plinking/Fun
  • Warranty 1-year limited warranty
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By Robert millerAugust 12, 2023 Verified Purchase

Great shooter especially with a AT3 red dot on top.

Trigger needs some more adjustment

By JefferyJune 24, 2023

I am absolutely crazy about this gun and I have a lot of break barrels.. it's definitely a fun gun... My favorite right now

Very accurate... Decent power

I'm not crazy about the safety

By MichaelMarch 31, 2023 Verified Purchase

I like the fact it can be converted from a pistol to a carbine , has plenty of power, open sights are great.

The safety lever is fragile move with caution, better safety, as much as I like my spring pistons an upgrade to a nitro piston might be better

By MikeFebruary 13, 2023 Verified Purchase

Pros: Super solid little 5lb plinker which is built like a tank. The grip is very comfortable and the collapsible stock is very solid and useful in improving accuracy and connects/disconnects quickly for easy transport in a back pack. The fiber sights are bright and the windage and elevation adjustments are functional and solidly built. Put 50 rounds of Crossman Premium .22 hollow point 14.3 grain pellets through the unit on my permanent 20 yard backyard range and was pleased overall with the function, round velocity, and shooting performance, though I wouldn't expect to win any long distance competitions with this little guy owing to the short 11" barrel. The spring in this bad boy is also very robust as evidenced by the the hefty cocking effort and I'm confident in this piece's ability to harvest small game (birds, rabbit, squirrel, etc.) within 15 meters. Overall, this a well built piece which gets the job done.

Cons: Loading the generic .22 Crossman pellets into the barrel was a tight fit and took way more effort to seat the pellet flush than some of my other .22 springers, but the rounds fired without any issues. This leads me to believe that trying to load heavier grain ammo may be a problem, but I won't know until I test this out. The trigger on this piece is not that great compared to the higher end air rifles I own (which makes shooting accurately that much more challenging), and the trigger well safety mechanism is annoying in my opinion, but you begin to get used to it. I was also a bit surprised by how loud this gun is and each shot sounds kind of "twangy" due to the hefty spring. This said, I wouldn't rate this piece high in the stealth category. Lastly, hitting small targets at distance is very challenging (and I'm an experienced shooter), but this is a natural trade off for such a compact piece. If you want to shoot further, get a longer gun!

By BrunoUSASeptember 3, 2017

The gun seems preatty welll made, but I've had it in my hands for less than six months and it already broke, a plastic part that mantains the trigger in place when you break the barrel is made of fragile plastic(trigger housing). I couln't complete 500 shots before this part got broken. The gun has 1 year warranty, but Hatsan does not cover the shipping, even if they find that the gun was actually defective you must cover the shipping costs, and since that would cost me more than the spare parts, I din't sent it, I requested for that part specificly but Hatsan hasn´t answered. I took my gun to a gunsmith but making the broken part would cost even more. I've had my gun for less than 6 months, used it a few times but now i don´t know when will I'll be able to use it again.

It´s a powerfull gun. The romovable stock is really well made and practical for compact packing.

As I said the internal pieces are fragile. An important comment to add is that the gun vibrates so much that a red dot sight I mounted can´t stand more than 20 shots on. I've read similar comment on that subject from other customers so I can tell that the problem is not my unit; it's the model that has the problem. Even the screw of the open sights needs to get tightened after 50-60 shots. That makes accuracy only good enought for plinking.

By DANUSAFebruary 1, 2014

I've been shooting this for a few weeks now and it has become one of my favorite air guns. The removable stock adds so many more options than the pistol alone. I usually carry it with the stock collapsed on an ambi sling (no dreams of combat---just so easy to carry and bring to aim). I really didn't expect much but a little (well a lot) of trigger fiddling and the action breaking in it's too much fun for the price. I am taking this instead of my RWS 54 into the field now and have no worries about beating it up. Do yourself a favor and give this a try instead of the pistol only.

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What is the real cocky effort? I see on YouTube something think it's a 20 pound but it says 50 a pound. I cannot do a 50 a pound or even 30 pound please let me know thanks

asked Roy from USA

its not hard, best way to explain is if you have ever cocked any gamo breakbarrels, I have a swarm and swarm magnum both in .22 and the swarm itself is easy (but not for smaller youth or dainty girls) but the magnum is a real work out to cock - this Hatsan Mod 25 is easier than the swarm, but its also on a shorter pivot so I can see somebody saying "it's too hard"....

Conan from USA

Does it come with a scope?

asked Nang from USA

Does not.

Stanley from USA

No. It has 11mm dovetail rail which is picky about rings that will fit.

M from USA

What is the velocity of this air pistol in .177? The literature stated 450 fps, but the specifications stated 700 fps.

asked Steven from USA

What kind of scope or red dot will hold up to this pistol carbine?

asked Tom

What scope or red dot will hold up on my Hatsan Mod 25 SuperTact Pellet Pistol

asked Tom

is this good for hunting with or no i'm looking for a good pellet gun for hunting small game and coyotes and deer with

asked mike chemerys

This is a fun plinker and is capable of eliminating small pest, mice rats, stripped squirrels etc. No way would it be a coyote or deer weapon. Check you games laws before you try to hunt coyote or deer it is illegal where I live.

james from USA

Hunting successfully depends on two factors: the "knock down" power of the weapon, and the marksmanship of the hunter. If you can hit a quarter at 25 yards, consistently, you would be a skilled marksman. The Hatsan SuperTact shoots around 480 feet per second. With a medium-weight pellet (14-15 grains), that is 8 foot pounds of energy. Eight FPE is not much of a "knock down" number. This gun is not suitable for hunting anything larger than a squirrel at 15 yards, assuming you can hit a kill zone. Larger game, such as coyotes and deer, would require a much more powerful gun than this.

Kenneth from USA

Do not shoot Coyotes or Deer with one of these. It will only wound them. You could kill rabbits or squirrels at close enough range if you can shoot it accurate enough. It shoots about 500 fps with Diana Superdome pellets in .22 caliber. Not a power house but for close range pests, mice, rats, grackels, pest birds, in small yard, should be good for this. Put a little scope on it like a small UTG Bugbuster and you're good.

Bryan E.

does this model have the recoil reduction system like the supercharger model?

asked elliott from USA

The SuperTact gun does not have the recoil reduction system.

Kenneth from USA

Can you mount a scope on it?

asked Raymond from USA

Yes, Mine has dovetail 11mm groves. I added an adapter rail that raises over rear sight and holds scope, Red Dot or laser. Or you can do what I did. I mounted a scope with tactical light and laser combo. Oh, BTW, my adapter converts to 22mm Weaver 7 bucks from Amazon or Airgun Depot may carry them. Cheers


Hi there, I'm just wondering how many foot pounds of energy this pistol has so I can know if it's legal without a license in Canada? Thanks so much!

asked Simon

From Max Velocity* - Lead-Free Pellets .177 cal - 800 FPS, .22 cal - 625 FPS Max Velocity* - Lead Pellets .177 cal - 675 FPS, .22 cal - 500 FPS Max Muzzle Energy** - .177 cal - 8 FPE, .22 cal - 8 FPE * Velocity results may vary due to pellet weight, pellet shape, pellet material, temperature, elevation, as well as other factors. ** Energy results may vary due to pellet weight, pellet shape, pellet material, temperature, elevation, as well as other factors.

M from USA

6.3 fpe at the muzzle using a 14.3 gr pellet at 450 fps.. Will be less down range.

Gene from USA

What kind of groupings does this gun have at 30 yards?

asked austin
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