Hatsan Model 95 Vortex Features
- Turkish walnut stock
- Quattro Trigger System
- SAS(Shock Absorber System)
- Checkering grip and forearm
- TruGlo Fiber Optics
- Hatsan Vortex Gas Piston utilize regular air instead of any other type of gas
- Vortex Gas Piston technology is developed and manufactured by hatsan to be specifically used in most Hatsan break barrel/under lever airguns
- Gas piston powered airgun eliminate most of the vibration caused by the oscillation of the heavey springs used in spring-power airguns
- Gas piston models produce much more steady consistent power between consecutive shots versus spring-powered airguns
- Includes 3-9x32 Scope
Ground Squirrels have found my garden this year. Destroyed a large percent of our produce. First purchase was a Red Rider BB gun. I think the squirrels were laughing at me as the scurried away. Next came a Crosman $89 12 shot C02. Lasted about a week and the cartridge started leaking, even with a dab of oil.
Squirrels are still eating, I am not.
Next a Gamo Raptor Whisper .22 cal. break barrel. No more squirrels. That's when I got interested in air rifles and the thought hit, it would be better to have two of these things.
Fall is here, the garden is at rest and it seem the ground squirrels are too. So, there is no notch on this rifle yet. Next year will surely come, and then I'll be ready.
With the Mod 95 QE, I'm not expecting such a problem next year.
Quality for price can't be beat, plenty of knock down power. Very accurate with out the scope. The only gun that might be as good would be Hatsan 95 springer
Quality rifle, very nice wood stock, optics was good, great cost. Took 10 rounds to zero in, powerful .25 caliber, will buy another Hatsan rifle soon.
Thank you, Airgun Depot!
I can safely say that this rifle compares to my Diana 48, in fact I tend to grab this more than my 48.
As advertised, This is a sturdy, well made rifle that screems to be admired and fired.
After mounting and zeroing the scope I found this to be as accurate and powerful as it is easy to look at.
Did I say it was sturdy with a capital "H" for HEAVY!
Also, this break barrel air gun takes some "umph" and a good slam to cock.
I shoot with a buddy who has a "Big Cat" .22 and it is much lighter and easier to cock. However, he can have it I'll take the Hatsan!
Accuracy: Golf ball size groups out of the box @ 20 yds. Quarter-size groups after some pellet experimentation and 150 rounds.
Performance: Relatively stiff, but getting better. Takes a MAN to cock it. Trigger is heavier than my RWS 34 and requires a deliberate pull... I'm getting used to it.
No chrony, but the power seems as advertised; alloys crack the sound barrier. My rifle, using the open sights, started off with good groups at the second pellet (H&N-FTT). I do a lot of 10 meter rifle target shooting, so the included scope (100yd parallax) is not proper for me, but seems to be sorta OK from about 25yds out.
0.177Caliber 0.177 CalVelocity 1000 fpsLoudness 3-Medium
0.22Caliber 0.22 CalVelocity 800 fpsLoudness 3-Medium
0.25Caliber 0.25 CalVelocity 650 fpsLoudness 3-Medium