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Hatsan Mod 95

Available in .177, .22, .25, Turkish Walnut Stock w/ 3x9x32 Scope
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One of the best spring piston air rifles at this price point. The beautiful Turkish walnut stock on the Hatsan Model 95 air rifle delivers a powerful first impression. And when you shoot the Mod 95 (as it's commonly called), it'll reinforce that first impression. The adjustable Quattro two stage match trigger will give you control, and the SAS delivers less felt recoil. You?ll love your Hatsan 95 and use it for years to come.

Hatsan 95 Air Rifle, Turksih Walnut Features
  • Spring-piston
  • Quattro 2-stage adjustable match trigger (adj. for trigger-pull weight- first stage- second stage & length of travel)
  • 11mm optics dovetail
  • Fixed TruGlo fiber optic front sight (red- 0.060")
  • Fully adjustable TruGlo fiber optic rear sight (green- 0.035")
  • Anti-beartrap mechanism
  • Ambidextrous Turkish walnut stock
  • Checkered pistol grip and forearm
  • Rubber recoil pad
  • SAS (shock absorber system) that reduces felt recoil
  • 7.80 lbs. (gun only)
  • Includes 3-9x32 Optima scope
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  • ManufacturerHatsan
  • Caliber .177
  • Velocity 1000 fps
  • Condition New
  • Ammo Type Pellets
  • Action Break barrel
  • Barrel Style Rifled
  • Fire Mode Single-shot
  • Gun Weight 7.80
  • Overall Length 44.30
  • Barrel Length 17.70
  • Loudness 3-Medium
  • Magazine Capacity 0
  • Mechanism Spring-piston
  • Rail 11mm dovetail
  • Safety Automatic
  • Front Sights Fiber Optic
  • Rear Sights Adjustable for windage & elevation
  • Shots per Fill 0
  • Trigger Adjustability Two-stage adjustable
  • Trigger Action 0
  • Use Small game hunting/plinking
  • Warranty 1-year limited warranty
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By MartySeptember 29, 2023 Verified Purchase

Gun shoots great come with scratch on stock above trigger guard

No change

By Clyde hamby August 6, 2023 Verified Purchase

Great all around Air rifle made well no problems here

By RobertUSAJuly 22, 2022 Verified Purchase

I ended up going with the high mount rings, as I did not account for the bezel on the large end and clearance was like the thickness of a credit card using the medium, and I was uncomfortable with that due to the amount of recoil. approaching 1000 rnds shot, Air arms diabolo 16, 18 grs., JSB test tin of pellets and Gamo test tin. Likes 16/18 grs A-A the best, the lighter pellets , not so much. I have had some nice groupings out to 50, but not consistently, I think at my age, etc. the issue may be more mine then this gun. I am not a hunter but, if I were the JSB Diabolo Exact Jumbo Heavy 25.4grs. is dead on out to 40.

This is an accurate shooter out of the box to 40 meters, open sight. Which is why I knew the scope had some issues, basically this thing hit what it is acurately aimed at.

I would ditch the combo scope deal, and just buy without and go with a decent set up , I chose a Hawke 3x9x40 AO.

By allanJune 10, 2022 Verified Purchase

I don't know if all model 95s are like this, I hope not. Returning the barrel to lockup is almost as hard as cocking the rifle. That should not be. I will have to take the gun apart to see what the problem is . Also when I cock the rifle there is a sq ueeking noise come when with the rifle.

Very nice looking rifle.

My rifle is very stiff. After loading the rifle returning the barrel to lockup is a chore. Very stiff. I have two other barrel breakers to compare with. A Crosman Vantage in 22 and a German HW model 50 in 177. Both of these rifles are very smooth and are not hard to return the barrel to lockup after loading. Perhaps over time the Hatsan model 95 will losen up. I hope so.

By RobUSAApril 2, 2022 Verified Purchase

Everything! Seriously there is nothing to not love about this gun. Out of the box dime size accuracy at 30 yards with the crappy included scope. I swopped it out for a UTG Bug Buster and shoots like a dream. Arrived yesterday and I have put 400 rounds through it already. Got it to replace a Benjamin NT2, which I have not a single good thing to say about besides it looks nice. Inaccurate as a shotgun thats generally what the target looked like. But thats besides the point, point is the Mod 95 shoots like a dream, cocks easily, and hits what your aiming at….with considerable umph. Also I dont think the recoil is bad at all compared to the nitro piston. Quite nice to shoot honestly. If your on the fence tale the leap of faith.

Wouldnt call it a con cause it works just fine but not sure why they put a plastic rear sight on such an amazing gun. Like I said it works fine so just nitpicking.

By TimothyUSAMarch 27, 2022

It's a classic that you'll want in all 3 calibers. There is a tuning kit that really wakes this gun up, although it needs few apologies on stock form.

Get one in .177 and learn to shoot it well. .177 will teach you the holds and mame you a better marksman (person) no matter your choice of rifle. Not only is this accurate, it's affordable. If you wish to learn tuning, it's an excellent place to start.

Can we get a metal safety slider? The plastic bit is like sneakers on the Queen. Even Hatsan's safeties on there higher end PCPs are shabby.

By JeffreyMarch 14, 2022 Verified Purchase

Shoots a 1-2" inch group with a few flyers at 25 ft using the open sights, bench-rested on a sandbag, with H&N Baracuda Hunter Extreme hollow pets 25cal.

The stock had a couple of good scratches on the cheek side of an otherwise nice looking stock, but I don't want the hassle of returning it. It is a bear to cock.

By GregUSASeptember 19, 2021

I own & shoot several (3) nitro piston magnums (crosman, benjamin) and longed for my youth (I'm 72yrs old) So, let's buy a springer - They've come a long way since the '60s Immediately felt comfortable Can consistently put pellets thru quarter size bullseye in my basement range (20yrd) using a caldwell front bag on folding table At my age, for me, shooting standing offhand is dangerous for my light fixtures and windows, LOL I can sit, elbows on knee, or lay prone, but then i have to get up Point being, I've got maybe 300 rnds thru this gun & lovin' it I suggested my wife try it, on the benchrest after some simple pointers - "it won't kick much, level the fiber optic sights on the bullseye, exhale, don't hold it too tightly - she left a quarter size pockmark in the concrete wall 18" high and 6" left of the target trap - "DID I HIT IT?" I love this gun - Greg

Very consistent - Pleasant to shoot - Likes a variety of pellets 8gr - 11gr

Not a thing comes to mind

By MarkUSAAugust 13, 2021

This thing has been a blast to shoot. I've been shooting this gun every day since I received it several weeks ago. I was impressed right out of the box. The Turkish Walnut is a delight to look at. I hit the bullseye consistently at 50 yards using a 3-9x40 scope. (I haven't tried the scope that comes with the rifle) Now if the squirrels wouldn't run and hide every time I bring it out onto the back porch! They are really getting destructive around here. Time to get serious! Seriously, great air gun for the money! Hatsan makes a good product.

Beautiful to look at, accurate, pretty powerful, affordable

A little heavy.

By TimothyUSAJuly 29, 2021

If you are looking for a classic all arounder in ,22, this is your weapon.

I recently purchased this in .25, and after about 200 rounds it is shooting a very respectable group at 20 yards with an unmagnified reticle sight. I bought it as a varmint gun, and it will serve well for that purpose. It is smooth, not too hard to cock, and has plenty of oomph for groundhogs and the like. It is quiet enough. The current price is very good. I own this weapon in all calibers, and I cannot say a gas piston would offer any advantage over the spring except in .177. If I had to settle on one caliber, I'd take this in .22, and shoot H&N Barracuda Extremes out of it. Show up with a classic scope and let the boys with the bling dripping off their pre-pressured rifles know who will be boss when the electrical outlets and the compressors don't work. An elegant rifle deserving of a place in any collection.

Really needs a factory installed Picatinny rail. The plastic slide on the safety makes my skin crawl on an otherwise elegant piece.

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asked Jeffrey from USA

What the recommended pellet or brand of pellet for the .25 cal Hatsan Mod 95?

asked Karim from USA

What is the best pellet to use to bring down Sm varmint and birds?

asked John

what ever your gun likes. be careful with heavier pellets when shooting birds that are elevated. the heavy pellets in .22 can really hurt someone. the mod. 95 can really push the heavier stuff!

Dennis from USA

How is it powered? CO2, air pump, hand pump?

asked Albert from USA

spring loaded piston inside a cylinder

Dennis from USA

How quiet is this rifle for backyard varmint shooting? I've got close neighbors.

asked PJ

you will have to ask your neighbors. they won't hang you without a trial. my neighbors said it was pretty loud so i started shooting from inside the garage to a target outside which helped muffle the report. it got me a sixpack of mill. lite instead of a hangman's noose. lol

Dennis from USA

I bought this gun in early '17. Just took it out to sight it in. I used Exact Jumbo 15.89 gr ammo. At 25 yds. shots were everywhere. As close as I could come on scope adjustment at 25 yds shots were about 5" off (up, down or sideways). Switched to 15 yds and as tight as I could get was about 3" . This is with the rifle on a solid bench rest device. I had the scope on tight using medium thread locker. Scope rings tight. I'm disappointed in this performance. I'm going to try some H&M Sport Wadcutter to see if it tightens up my groups. Any other thoughts or ideas?

asked Gary M Carlson

sounds like a scope problem. are your mounts backed up against the stop on the receiver. are you sure the scope is not sliding thru the mounts. 20 to 50 shots will move the scope backwards a tiny bit at a time. my 95 ate 2 cheap chinese scopes before i settled on a hawke 3-9x50 ir ao. you must start with a spotless barrel and check for lead deposits on the patch. the front foreend screws are part of the SAS system. the small center screw on the left keeps the large screw from turning on the right screw( it screws into the left screw..male female if you know what i mean). be very careful with the left center screw 'cause it's very soft. it keeps the left large female screw from turning off the right side large male screw. this screw setup holds the phenolic plastic insert in place jn a steel ring welded on the bottom of the chamber. play with the tension of the trigger guard mount screw also. shoot 5 shot groups and clean the barrel with a wet patch after every 4 groups. you'll be surprised!! mine loves h&n 14,66 gr pills. tune the screws and get a good scope. like i said my 95 ate 2 cheap scopes. you should not have to torque down the ring caps. be very careful with the front( SAS) screws...1/8th turn on both sides. then lock down the rear screw and back off 1/4 turn. there is a combination that will suit most pellet weights. torque down the scope rails but never the caps. it's not all that complicated. but your gun is trying to tell you something..good luck Gary p.s. i use a benchrest hold also with the front screws always in the same spot on the bag

Dennis from USA

What is the muzzle energy?

asked john sholl

The owners manual says the gun should be oiled regularly, but doesn't what where or how. Is there something online that shows how to maintain this gun?

asked Ron

i talked to a hatsan stateside mechanic who said never oil the inside of the compression cylinder and only VERY sparingly on the spring (like 2 small drops) and 1 small drop on either side of the barrel hinge and 2 small drops at the cocking arm hinge point and a dab of lithium grease on face of the spring loaded barrel latch.

Dennis from USA

just bought one of these and was wondering what pellets shoot best with this gun because I can only find .25 cal online.

asked nick from USA

The H&N field target trophies are our choice for now. This has been a great pellet, my son and I are happy with them. This is a great gun!

Michael from USA

whats the recoil of this gun? is it a good starter gun?

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john from USA

I have been shooting BB/pellet guns since the age of 9, I am now 53 and this is no starter gun. It has about three times the recoil of the old spring air action Red Ryder of the 1960's and early 70's. When the pneumatic air system Red Ryder came out in the 70's the recoil increased to what it is today, about 1/2 of what the Hanson produces. This gun in my opinion is much to powerful as a starter gun for an adolescent shooter. The action alone to cock the break barrel requires some strength that a younger shooter may not yet possess. This gun comes with a scope for a reason. This gun can hit a target very hard 100 yards away. As a young shooter I considered myself very responsible, but accidents can happen. I am very thankful I learned to shoot with a low power BB gun There are many other lower power guns from "AIRGUNDEPOT" that would be suitable as a starter gun. As a comparable in the BB world---The Hatsan 95 compared to the Daisey pump would be like a larger caliber rifle maybe a 30/30 or even a 9mm rifle, compared to a single shot 22 long rifle. For a step up gun (after the BB shooter proves them self with the weaker BB gun a couple of years), the stronger Hatsan Model 95 would be a great gun before the step up to the single shot 22 long rifle.

Doug Smith

is this pellet or both i want to shoot blackbirds in back yard pref pellets only what kind? is there a neg on rifle? rich

asked richard kerrigan

ditto on the heavy side but i added sling swivels. mine too is very accurate with rws 14.5 also with h&n 17.13 silver points (the rabbit exacutioner). i don't have to worry about putting a 14.5 in his ear when using 17.13 pellet (THE THUD MISSILE LOL)

Dennis from USA

the rifle is a pellet only, 22 cal., if sighted in, a blackbird won't know what hit him

Randall from USA

I enjoy the 22 cal Hansan Model 95 pellet rifle a great deal. So far I have not gone through many pellets to see which ones shoot better. I purchased an assortment from benjamin with four different kinds of pellets. So far the 14.3gr Pointed Expanding pellet works nice. At 20 yards I can shoot well within a quarter and dime size more than you would think. No fancy shooting rest just a towel and a couple of boards. Oh you will have no problems taking out black birds. I have taken large crows with both body and head shots. Any small to mid size game with a good shot should be no problem.

Mark from USA

I bought this for my son for the purpose of plinking and for pest control including blackbirds. This rifle has met all of our expectations! It's powerful and accurate after taking the time to sight in the scope. Very happy with this rifle. The only negative that my son would give it is that it's a little on the heavy side.


What is the point blank decibel rating?

asked Mike from USA

My meter reads 95


can you remove the front site without damage.

asked Beverly from USA

From my understanding no.

Mike from USA

To answer my own question NO the front site cannot be remove it is molded to the barrel. the barrel is notched and splined in three places and then there is a set screw. I n another review someone said the site was twisted I can assure you this is not possible. I did remove it with an ax and a chainsaw took most of a day. I covered the mess with a thin walled piece of pipe I am very happy with how it came out. What I really want is a bull barrel but if the gun dosent come with open sites they put some stupid knob on the end of Im back to removing sites and living with all the screw holes. The Hatsan is built like a brick house I only wish they made cars

Beverly from USA

Is this a loud gun? I dont mind a little loud but I dont want it to be too noticeable.

asked Scott from USA

I was concerned at the noise as well but while it does make a pop it can't be heard from more than 50 yards away.

Paul from USA

Is the scope as bad as all the reviews claim? Just ordered this for my nephew in Jupiter! Handy having a gun shop in the USA that accepts Paypal!

asked Mary from USA


john from USA

Why did they not mount this action on a sledge like RWS' 54 deluxe and render it recoilless?

asked norm

Pretty simple answer! Cost! The gun would be double to triple the price if they did that! Also it would weigh a pound or two more. You get more than you pay for as it is with this gun.


How does this gun do in the world of small game hunting?

asked Tyler

absolutely great

john from USA

The Hatsan Model 95 does great in Small Game situations. The .25 caliber will definitely kill a squirrel or a pest bird. With the .25 caliber you may even be able to go up to medium sized game. I know for sure .17 caliber cannot do that. So I recommend this for small-medium game. It worked great for me.


What 22cal pellets perform best in the Hatsan 95?

asked dave

RWS Super dome, Superpoint, and Super H-point are awesome pellet with any pellet rifle.

Scott from USA

Does this gn have a weaver/picatinny rail mount? The one here doesnt but evrywhere else does

asked Daniel

According to the other guys who answered, dovetail not weaver.

Capt Obvious

It has a dovetail, but you can get a intermount that you can put weaver mounts on.


no, i bought one from Airgun Depot and this gun does not have a weaver rail, it has dovetail rails.

Brian from USA
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