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Hatsan Mod 25 SuperCharger Vortex Pellet Pistol

Model 25 Vortex Gas Piston Air Pistol
  • Code: HC25177VORT · .177 · 700 fps
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Hatsan has taken the high road by reporting their max velocities using lead pellets instead of super-lightweight alloy pellets. Since most shooters have discovered that lead pellets deliver the greatest accuracy compared to alloy pellets (not to mention being much more economical), it stands to reason that lead pellets will be the ammo of choice when shooting. Hatsan's Model 25 Supercharger just got a new heart -- the Vortex gas-piston powerplant. No twang, no buzz. Just smooth shooting! It takes a bit of effort to cock this air gun, but that's to be expected when you're getting 700 fps from a pistol! Hatsan includes a cocking aid, which you can screw on to the muzzle (remove the muzzle cap). This air pistol is equipped with Hatsan's "XRS-Recoil Reduction System". Recoil is absorbed during the shot by the design of the sliding action. This makes for a more accurate and comfortable shooting experience.

Hatsan Model 25 Supercharger Vortex Features
  • TruGlo fiber optic, adjustable, front & rear sights
  • Textured grips with finger grooves and thumbrest
  • Anti-beartrap mechanism
  • Muzzle cap can be replaced by included aluminum cocking aid
  • Includes: Hatsan 25 Supercharger air pistol
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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 3.90
  • Overall Length 20.00
  • Barrel Length 11.20
  • Loudness 3-Medium
  • Magazine Capacity 0
  • Mechanism Gas-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 HabidurUSAFebruary 20, 2020

Perfect plinker, perfect for short distance pest control

One of my go to pellet pistol for my back yard rat control. Deadly and extremely accurate. Rats don't stand a chance, open sights I've taken them out at 10 yards during night.


By ArthurUSADecember 24, 2018

very accurate gun have shot 6 different pellets in it and they all shoot great very hard to cock but gets a little easier as you go does a number on back yard squirrel's has good sites and no trouble shooting 0ne inch groups at 15 yards

very accurate, shoots all pellets I have tried

very hard to cock

By michaelUSAAugust 20, 2018

It is hard for me to rate this air pistol because the one I received was defective right out of the box,and would not fire . It just spit the pellet out the end of the barrel. I am still waiting for the replacement. As soon as I sent it back, it was put on backorder.

By HenryUSADecember 28, 2016

This gun is my second one of these. My first one has the metal spring. This one has the gas spring and has more power than the first one I bought. This one, with the gas spring, has more power that the previous one with the metal spring. At my tender age of 70, It gets a bit heavy after shooting it for long periods. However, it can be hard to put down.

It shoots accurately, and it has good power. The fiber optic sites are great for acquiring the target. It is fairly easy to cock using the barrel extension. The automatic safety is also a feature I like.

The trigger is not as crisp as I would prefer. When I tried to adjust the trigger on the one with the metal spring, it caused the cocking motion to break off the safety lever. Having experienced this wit h the metal spring model, I have made no adjustments to the screws on this new pistol with the gas spring.

By Brian S.December 14, 2016

I think one of the drawbacks for the gas piston over the spring piston is freeze ups. After firing 10 consecutive rounds from the gas piston something happens like a CO2 affect. it freezes internally and does not fire. Then needs to sit for a while before I can fire again

Very powerful, very accurate.

Freeze ups

By JohnUSAOctober 4, 2016

Good shooting, high power, pretty accurate but the machining seems a little crude

Good power, good sites

The action where the barrel screws in is square topped not rounded like all my other pellet guns.

By BuckSeptember 22, 2016

i did not chronograph it but I can tell its strong. The trigger is not as good as the rifles(a bit long in second stage) but can be easily fixed by a competent gun smith. Nickle sized 5 shot groups at 10 yd with premier hps. Other pellets may do better but I am still breaking it in and saving the good stuff until then. The sights will adjust where you need them to. The grips are right hand only.. The stock is a two piece spring loaded thing that seems to mimic to some extent the artillery hold fairly well. cocking with the threaded extension is a adult wt but not excessive. its cut for 11mm rings .

Hunting accuracy, not great but decent trigger, truly fully adjustable sights.

Trigger could be better, lefties will need other grips, strong in .177 .

By HabidurUSAJuly 28, 2016

I've been having some rat problem in my chicken coop. So I purchased this little rascal. I put bait outside and hid about 20 feet away. Every shot has been a confirmed kill

Accurate, great impact.

Trigger a little shifty. Shifts left to right. When you shake it you can hear a rattle. (Never been dropped to experience these cons) I hope they do a recall on this. Apart from that ita doing whatnot bought it for. That's why I gave 5*

By daleUSAJuly 27, 2016


By ChristopherUSAJune 17, 2016

Powerful & accurate as previously described. Nice feel for right handed person.

Powerful but little recoil. Not as loud as expected! ++

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do your company stock a scope for the Hatsan super vortex break over? Not a red dot but a scope with 4 power or less and crosshairs

asked Charles from USA

Is the muzzle thread count 1/2 unf or 1/2 unef?

asked robert from USA


Douglas from USA

The muzzle is not threaded. There is a slide on cocking aid.

Mark from USA

1) Can you dry fire this gun? 2) Can it be fired with barrel cocking aid?

asked Jeff

How hard is it to remove the front and rear sights? I want to run the air stripper with the BLK low profile adjustable offset, 6 bolt 11mm dove tail base mount with 1" rings, and a Hammers 6x32AO scope. No hunting with this just field and target so what pellet brand and weight please, would any of you recommend. Any advice with this build would be greatly appreciated. Thanking all of you in advance.

asked Michael from USA

what powers this pistol, is it a single shot or what

asked john

I'm hoping to get this Hatsan Vortex in a few weeks... What Red-Dot Sight would be good for this pistol that mounts easily & will stay secure with the recoil?

asked David from USA

I have one of these canons and don't think a red dot is the way to go. The sights work pretty good, but I'm going to get myself a pistol scope with a medium riser to clear the rear sight.

matthew from USA

Am I correct in understanding that the gas piston in the Model 25 has regular air rather than nitrogen? I thought nitrogen was necessary for temperature stability?

asked BB Dave

Yes, that is correct it uses air. When I researched this pistol before I bought it I found many posts that asked this same question. The people who live in cold climates are reporting that the vortex type Hatsan rifles work well in cold weather. See this video: The real controversy is the fps loss you get from either a nitro piston or vortex compared to a springer. IMHO, the benefits of less vibration and easier cocking are worth the fps loss and the extra $. I live in Little Rock, AR and have only had my pistol for two weeks (approx. 500 pellets) so I can't say how it shoots in the cold. What I can say is, it is a pure joy to shoot and much more accurate than I am. I will post a full review when my pellet count gets close to a thousand. Tentatively, I am very pleased with this pistol.

gary from USA
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