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Hatsan Mod 25 SuperTact Vortex Pellet Pistol

Hatsan Model 25 Vortex Gas Piston Pistol/Rifle
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  • Code: HG25TAC77VORT · $199.99 · .177 · 700 fps
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An impressive air gun, the Hatsan 25 SuperTact just got a powerplant -- the Vortex gas-piston. If you liked the old version with the metal mainspring, you're gonna love the new version! With the gas-piston driving out each shot, your model 25 SuperTact shoots smoother, cocks smoother and delivers ultimate reliability without sacrificing power due to the spring breakage sometimes found in spring-piston guns. Shoot your airgun as a carbine, with the included buttstock, or remove it and shoot the pistol. Either way, you've got what YOU want and what YOU need. Versatility at a budget-friendly price! Hatsan has set itself apart from most other airgun manufacturers, as they report their max velocities with lead pellets instead of super-lightweight alloy pellets. Since most shooters know that lead pellets deliver the greatest accuracy and are much more economical than alloy pellets, it stands to reason that lead pellets will be the ammo of choice when shooting your Hatsan 25 SuperTact.

Hatsan Model 25 Supertact Vortex Features
  • Carbine that converts to a pistol
  • TruGlo fiber optic rear sight adjustable for windage & elevation
  • Quattro: 2-stage adjustable match trigger
  • Gold-plated trigger blade
  • Includes: Hatsan 25 SuperTact Air Rifle
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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 5.50
  • Overall Length 29.90
  • 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 MichaelUSAJanuary 20, 2018

I just received it today and yes it was a little tough to cock but if you use the included barrel cocker it's not so bad as some reviews said it was.

If you want the power that this gun generates then one has to live with the hard cocking I tested it with about a 100 rounds and it got easier to cock as I used it more. I ordered this gun Sunday night and I got it today not bad If one wants a mini carbine then this is it. Don't expect a light cocking target type gun after all as much as some air gun fans won't admit it, Power is the name of the game. This gun comes close to the power of full sized rifles. I like the screw on barrel cocker,The deep notches to better mount a scope or a dot with a little more catching strength.

A little stiff cocking and closing but I'm sure that will work it's self after a while. As far as scopes sliding back I haven't had the gun long enough to find out. But I don't take the rear sight off and I use an old 11mm to Weaver mount that I cut to fit against the rear sight it works on my other guns so far none have slid back But I still check all of the mounting bolts to make sure they are tight. I don't like the plastic end cap it looks like a weak point.

By NicholasUSAMay 24, 2017

Functionally, this pistol is quite impressive and any limitations in accuracy seem to always be a case of user error. With the artillery hold, it is a successful little silhouette gun and packs quite a punch. The screw on barrel extender makes cocking the gun reasonable, but not easy. When locking the barrel back straight, my gun tends to require a significant amount of force before it locks. I'm not a big fan of the ergonomics. Even fully extended, the pull is not long enough for my 6'2" frame. There is only a small amount of plastic frame to rest on your left hand, so being able to achieve a nice balanced position is difficult. The trigger is nicely adjustable, but too heavy in my opinion. The fiber optic sights are great. While I had seen the photos and knew it was the case, it didn't really sink in until I held the gun, so I think it is worth mentioning... this thing can't really be a pistol. When you pull off the butt stock it is the weirdest, longest, heaviest "pistol" I've ever held.

By PaulUSAFebruary 8, 2016

The supertact vortex suffers from the same problem as the supercharger pistol: it refuses to allow a scope to remain in one place for more than 20 shots. If all you want is a ten yard plinker with open sights, then the supertact is good. But I wanted something along the lines of a bullpup that could take out a ground squirrel at 25 to 30 yards. For that I need a scope or red dot. If I can ever find a way to securely mount a scope, I will revise my rating. The gun is capable of very accurate shooting, just not for more than twenty shots.

Accurate when scope hasn't slid back. Vortex is easier to cock than the spring version. Nice trigger. Quiet. Very smooth shooter.

Just like its brother, the mod 25 supercharger, the insane recoil will not allow a scope or red dot to be mounted for more than 20 shots without sliding back on the rail. A simple hole for scope stop screw or pin would have solved the problem. This single issue has ruined what otherwise would be a great air gun. I don't know what Hatsan was thinking when they built this thing.

By JohnUSAAugust 21, 2015

WOW!! This is a great gun..Honestly I never dreamed it would be this accurate and shoot at the claimed velocity (690-712 fps). I have about 400 pellets through it at this point and it is just amazing. I adjusted the trigger as light as I could get it. It breaks at about just less than 4 lbs, but it is smooth and crisp. I put a UTG 4 X 32 rifle scope and mounted that on a picatinny rail adapter 11mm To 20mm Scope Mount. I shot about 8 different brands (JSB, RWS, Benjamin, Crosman etc.) and styles (HP. Wad cutter, pointed, round nose) of .177 pellets. The clear winner, Crosman Premier HP 7.9 gr. At 15 yards I can literally, on a shooting stand, put one pellet after the other through the same hole. I have never came across, a pellet pistol with only a 9” barrel have accuracy like this. Shooting free hand, no support, from 30 yards, I was consistently shooting 12 gage shotgun shells. Also from that distance the pellet was penetrating right through both sides of the shell. To sum that up, bench resting I was shooting groups no larger than a nickel at 30 yards.I also ordered the left handed grips, Yes Hasan does make grips for us left handers, but I only used one grip pannel to make the gun ambidextrous. Also this is pretty easy to cock in my opinion. I could shoot it all day..and I have. The aluminum muzzle break is a nice feature and it makes the cocking effort even easier.

The accuracy, the velocity and the overall construction. I like how compct it is yet it is accuarate as any rifle. This is my 5th Hasan pellet gun. Also AGD had bar far the best price and not to mention the fastest shipping. I used to do quite of bit of business with the other airgun company but no more. AGD beat them in price and shipping every time.


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I am new to this arena, as far this sport is concerned. I am very interested in learning and buying my first gun. My question is would you gents recommend the Hatsan Mod25 SuperTact Vortex Pellet Pistol. I like this gun because it has two functions: pistol and rifle. I just want to make sure I am going down the right rabbit hole. Any recommendations will be appreciated, respectfully

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