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Hatsan Model 135 .22 Caliber Air Rifle- Walnut Stock

Hatsan Model 135 .22 Caliber Air Rifle- Walnut Stock

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  • Code: HG13522 · 0.22 cal · 1000 fps ·
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Even though FPS rates may look the same from brand to brand, that may not always be the case. Hatsan tests this rating using lead pellets, but most competitors use lighter aluminum alloy pellets. What this means for you is that your Hatsan Model 135 .22 Caliber Walnut Stock Air Rifle will deliver more knockdown power than an alloy-tested airgun with the same FPS rating.Hatsan airguns offer specialty features that come standard within the product line to provide shooters with a better shooting experience.

Hatsan Unique Features:

Quattro Trigger: (GOLD) Advanced gold plated two-stage match trigger only available from Hatsan
Shock Absorber System (SAS): Reduces vibration and increases the life of the gun, optics, and accessories
TruGlo® Fiber Optics: Microadjustable rear sight and front sight to lend more accuracy to every shot
Triopad Butt System: Maximum recoil absorption for added comfort and three stock spacers for appropriate length of pull adjustment
Dual Accessory Rail: Rail with scope stop that accepts 11mm (Dovetail) and 22mm (Weaver) scope mounts
Safety: A drop safety interlock device has been incorporated to eliminate the possibility of the airgun accidentally firing if it’s dropped (whether or not the safety is on)


  • Caliber- .22
  • Velocity: 1000 FPS
  • Stock: Turkish Walnut Wood
  • Weight: 9.2lbs
  • Overall Length: 47.2"
  • Barrel Length: 17.7"
  • Front Sight: Fiber Optic (TruGlo Red)
  • Rear Sight: Fiber Optic (TruGlo Green); Adjustable for Windage & Elevation
  • Capacity: 1 Round; Single Shot
  • Cocking Effort: 32 lbs
  • Barrel: Rifled Steel
  • Scopeable: 11mm Dovetail and 22mm Picatinny
  • Trigger: Two-Stage Adjustable (Quattro Gold Plated)
  • Trigger Pull: 3.7 lbs
  • Buttpad: Rubber
  • Action: Break Barrel
  • Safety: Automatic w/Anti-Bear Trap


  • Gold Plated Quattro Trigger System
  • Monte Carlo Cheeckpiece
  • Ambidextrous and Ergonomic Design for a Comfortable Grip
  • Shock Absorber System (SAS)
  • Precision Rifled Steel Barrel
  • Manual/Automatic Safety
  • Anti-Bear Trap Safety
  • Rubber Trio-Buttpad
  • Large Muzzle Break For Easier Cocking
  • Metal Trigger Blade
  • Micro-Adjustable Rear Sight w/TruGlo Fiber Optics
  • Turkish Walnut Wood Stock
  • Includes: Model 135 .22 Caliber Walnut Stock Air Rifle
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  • ManufacturerHatsan
  • Caliber0.22 cal
  • Velocity1000 fps
  • ConditionNew
  • Ammo TypePellets
  • ActionBreak barrel
  • Barrel StyleRifled
  • Fire ModeSingle-shot
  • Gun Weight9.2
  • Overall Length47.2"
  • Barrel Length17.7"
  • Loudness3-Medium
  • Magazine Capacity1
  • MechanismSpring piston
  • RailDovetail/Weaver Rail
  • SafetyAutomatic
  • Front SightsFiber Optic
  • Rear SightsFiber Optic
  • Trigger AdjustabilityTwo-stage adjustable
  • UseSmall Game Hunting / Target Shooting
  • Warranty1 Year Limited
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Hatsan Model 135 .22 Caliber Air Rifle- Walnut Stock
9 Reviews
33% (3)
44% (4)
11% (1)
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11% (1)
89% Recommend this product (8 of 9 responses)
By bobby
winter springs, fl
first day, im impressed so far
April 9, 2015
ok here we go. i ordered a hatsan 125th from another large online airgun store,all i could get was like 6"-8" groups. i tried 5 types of pellets. so i sent it back and received a replacement.the second 125 did a little better i put about 200 rnds through it but could not get better that a 3" group at 15 yards,i chronied the gun and 14.3 cphp shot between 790 and 820 fps.not rws 350 is faster and my english made webley tomahawk does 820's with .22 cp. so i sent it back .i decided to go for the hatsan 135 i waited 2 weeks because it was out of stock,then they pushed the date back another 2 weeks so i got a refund.i ordered the 135 from airgun depot.the gun arrived right on time double boxed , nothing loose or sliding around inside . the gun looks great,cleaned barrel, first shot dieseled bad chrony said 1,849 fps crazy. after about 50 shots its still shooting between 1,056 to 1,071 with cphp, oh this gun is in .22 cal. easy sight in, all pellet inside a quarter at 20 yards with jsb 16 gr pellets.cocking effort is heavy but i do it with one hand.bottom line is the 135 is far
Prosfit and finish are nice, the bluing on the 135 is better than the 2 125's i returned.i like this gun much better. the trigger is set much better i don t need to change yet. the 125's both were about 8 if you get a good hatsan its a great rifle.i have to say my cousin ordered the same 125 at the same time i ordered mine ,his is great. 1 out of 3 is are not good odds. i like the 135 better. the 125 and the 135 are the same weight i think but it seems lighter... im sure its just me . maybe i just like wood better than plastic.
Conshatsan need to do more quality checks on their products.the odds of getting a bad product is just too high'
By Matt C.
United States
What a powerhouse!
November 10, 2014
I have about 300 pellets down the pipe and so far I'm pleased. It's worth noting that it's a beast of an air rifle and this should factor into the expectations of anyone purchasing it. I ordered this knowing that would take some practice to learn how to shoot her accurately.
ProsMeets power expectations. The power plant is settling in and becoming quite consistent (10-shot standard deviations of 2 to 4 and extreme spreads of 9 to 14 feet per second). I'm averaging 888 fps (31.5 fpe) with JSB Jumbos which are the most accurate for me (CPHP are second and surprisingly H&N FTT are a distant third in accuracy). Wood is nice & metal work is fine for the price-point of this rifle. Unlike the RWSs rifles I've owned there is NO barrel droop (yeah!). It's also nice that it came with a built-in scope rail. Cocking it is not too bad since I do most of my shooting from a picnic table.
ConsI guess I read up on this rifle enough so that only one "con" really surprised me. The channels in the scope rail were machined in a pretty sloppy fashion. It does not affect how my rings mount, but it's sloppy none-the-less. So the things I expected that could be considered cons are: - It's really LONG and HEAVY. I'm 5'6" and I will eventually have to cut down the stock. Given how the recoil pad is formed, this is going to be a bit of a project. - The trigger is really pretty heavy (actually VERY heavy!) . I've been able to adjust it a *little* lighter, but it's nothing like my T06 on my RWS. That being said, it does break cleanly and fairly consistently. - The channels in the scope rail are too far forward. I've since ordered an offset mount to bring the scope back to a more comfortable viewing distance. - It's still burning off oil (not detonating any more, but smoking a bit) - The open sights don't quite adjust enough. I have the rear sight cranked all the way down and it's still shooting a bit high at 30 yards.
Made for hunting
September 30, 2014
I,ve had this gun about two years ,its .22 ,and it shoots fast and hard. The fps numbers in 22 with 14.3 are 970+ BIG PUNCH up there with the PCPs. The best pellet IMHO for this gun is the Gamo 15.43 w/c. Shoots reasonably well with open sights at 25 yards. The 135 is considered the beast of springers. If I were to buy another Hatsan 135 I would go for the 25 cal. - the gun has power to spare. Good workmanship.
ProsThe wood is superb, and the steel is heavy duty. If you need a varmint tool that the kids cant easily cock, this is the gun to have at the back door. Will dispatch a large rooster SOP.
ConsKicks fo real and the shock will rattle your teeth. As for noise not a bad idea to use protection when target shooting . Real heavy gun not for kids.
By Stephen
Ocala, FL
The Most powerful Springer Ever Made
April 27, 2014
This thing slings JSB 13.8 Grain Diabolos at 960 FPS a full 70fps faster than my Hatsan 125 .22. Its chamber diameter and volume displacement are the most of any airgun on the market. It is a heavy rifle and is best used from a rest or a bi-pod . Its weight gives it more accuracy the SRS system keeps the recoil manageable. This rifle likes JSB Diablo heavies at 18.3 grains for the best accuracy. WIth the proper technique 2 inch groups at 50 yds are possible.. I have replaced the front site with a muzzle brake which makes cocking easier on my hands . The stock is beautiful .
ProsBrutal Power .Beautiful looks ,excellent accuracy (with the proper hold) A real hunting rifle .
ConsTrigger Pull could be easier but this seems to be true of all the Hatsan Magnums with the Quattro trigger.
By Mafatone
From Parts Unknown
Honest Review
February 24, 2014
I'm far from being weak but this thing is a monster to cock. After 6 weeks, if you get into a bar room fight and hit someone with your cocking arm, they're going down. LOL. You will grow muscles. This is NOT for children. My results on the Chony are: Crosman CPHP 14.3 grain pellets 1024, 963.8, 1138, 960 FPS. H&N FTT 14.66 grain pellets 5.55 head:1005, 1014, 1011, 1001, 1008 FPS. HN FTT 14.66 grain 5.54 head: 982.4, 996.1, 999.7, 993.1, 1004 FPS. H&N FTT 14.66 grain 5.53 head: 993.1, 1001, 977.3, 983.5, 1000 FPS. Air Arms Falcon 13.43 grain: 945.4, 942.6, 950.5, 949.8 FPS. Crosman Pointed: 955.3, 917.2, 893.2, 961.5, 871.8 FPS. This is new out of the box and the rifle has not had a chance to settle in yet. As you can see the higher quality H&N and A.A. pellets are more consistent than the Crosman, which is understandable. This rifle is heavy and that's the price you pay for over a 1000 FPS pellet. It's so hard to cock that I have to believe that the bluing on the barrel is going to wear out rather fast. To prevent this, I'm going to put 1 or 2 wraps of plastic wrap around where my hand grabs it. Would I buy it again? Yes I would. For the price you can't go wrong. If you like to shoot reactive targets, like old VCR's, MP3 players and cell phones, you'll have a blast. Recoil is like my British Enfield .303, no lie. If you're worried about the neighbors hearing it, they will. If you shoot indoors you need a GOOD backstop. This will travel through your Sheetrock, the sheathing, the siding and then go through you neighbors siding,sheathing and Sheetrock if it doesn't hit a 2x4. My pellets turn to dust inside my pellet trap @ 10 yards.This is not a toy. Looks and feels like a real elephant gun. The rifle was cheaper here than P.A. Thanks Guys.
ProsNice walnut stock and checkering. Comes with stock spacers to adjust LOP in case you're over 6'3". Bluing appears to be good. Fiber optic front & rear sights. Good accuracy with the stock sights. The rear sight has micro detentes for wind-age & elevation which is a plus for me. Has a recoil pad that works well. Two stage, three point adjustable trigger.
ConsNot really a con but the checkering isn't that deep. A plastic safety.When I first got it the safety didn't work so I had to adjust the trigger from the factory setting. The safety now works. There were fine metal shavings in the barrel/breech area. If it wasn't for these two factors, I would have given it 5 stars
By Allen R.
Clearwater, FL
Great Beginning - Sad Ending
November 18, 2013
This rifle was a thing of beauty, but in my case it soon became faded beauty. The fit and finish was very good. The Power was unbelievable, measured over 950 fps on my chrono - Blasted through one inch pine board at 20 yards. All with 14.3 g pellets. At first she was shooting 1 inch groups at 20 yards. Not great, but I hoped for improvement when broken-in. Instead, after about 1,500 shots, the barrel pivot joint developed vertical looseness and accuracy went out the window. I really liked this gun, but with four inch groups at 20 yards, sadly, I had to send her back to AGD. The quality of this rifle seems excellent and I have seen many positive reviews on it. Perhaps mine was the exception to the norm, but I would only recommend this item with a word of caution.
By joseph r.
Once again, Hatsan delivers!
January 2, 2013
The over-all look of the rifle is an attention getter, that becomes obvious the moment you open the box. You have a professionally crafted rifle which has the weight and power of a center-fire rifle. The Turkish walnut is second to none. This rifle is plenty powerful and very accurate. No disappointments here.
ProsIts beauty, accuracy, and it has the weight and feel of a high-powered rifle.
ConsThe fact that it is a little on the loud side took some getting use to. A lot of my air-rifles have suppressors so I'm used to a more subdued shooting experience.
By Alan
Columbia, SC
December 14, 2012
Right out of the box it looks and feels like a real rifle not like a toy. It is far from a toy. Hatsan has done an outstanding job of making an accurate, hard hitting rifle at a price point that the average person can afford. With open sites, I zeroed in the rifle in less than 10 shots. It is that well made right out of the box - no dieseling - no gunk in the barrel just a finished rifle ready for use. I was amazed at how true and straight this rifle shoots. I set targets out from 25 to 75 yards and there was literally no drop. The bullets were hitting exactly where I was aiming. Another surprise was just how powerful this rifle is. I had pressure treated 3/4 inch plywood for the back drops on my targets. The pellets were flying right through the wood even out to the 75 yard point. I didn't expect this from a pellet rifle. I tested it on 5/8 inch pressure treated decking boards again bullets went right through. After seeing this, I started using 2 inch boards and finally the pellets were being stopped. Mounted a 3 x 9 x 40 scope on the rifle and have been having a great time with it. Looking forward to squirrel hunting and maybe rabbit or raccoon etc... No matter the varmint, this rifle will have the ability to take it down. One last thing - I had read all of these stories about how hard this gun was to cock - I found these stories to be just that. Cocking effort had resistance as you would expect from a powerful springer but nothing that I couldn't do all day long w/out having soar muscles etc.... In summary, I am extremely happy with this rifle - It hits HARD, has FANTASTIC Craftsmanship - Quality Control, and most important is that fact that it will consistently hit targets the size of a dime at 75 yards. If you were hesitant don't be you will love this rifle.
ProsWood Grain Stock, Attention to Detail, Quality Control, and Accuracy.
ConsIt is a heavy rifle. If you can't bench over 175 don't bother buying this rifle you won't be able to hold it still.
By gary p.
moorhead mn
hat 135 and hat 125
November 25, 2012
On nov 4th I recieved a hatsan 135 in .22 cal. It's a nice gun but the barrel bold was so tight, I ruined it trying too remove it. Then I drilled it out and I ruined the barrel and tube. On November 20th I got a hatsan 125 with black stock. I guess I have some spare parts for it. I like the 125 a lot. Does anyone know if Airgun Depot sells a peep sight too fit this model?
ProsNice heavy gun.
ConsBarrel bolt too tight.
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