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Hatsan SpeedFire Vortex

Available in .177, .22, Multi-Shot Break Barrel
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  • Code: AGD-47819525 · $199.99 · .177 · 1300 fps
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Following the success of their multi-shot underlever gas piston rifle, the Proxima, Hatsan unleashes the SpeedFire! A multi-shot break barrel featuring Hatsan's tried and true Vortex gas piston. Weighing in at just 6.6 lbs, the SpeedFire is light and maneuverable. The synthetic stock shoulders comfortably and can stand up to the demands of the harshest airgunners. Operating the EZ-Load Action System and the RPM Magazine is fast and easy, providing quick follow up shots. With two magazines included, you'll have plenty of lead at the ready! Use the TruGlo fiber optic open sights or mount the included Optima 3-9x40 scope to acquire your target. Squeeze the two stage adjustable Quattro trigger and send your shots down the rifled steel barrel with precision, power, and accuracy.

Hatsan Speedfire Features:

  • Vortex gas-piston powerplant
  • Breakbarrel
  • RPM (Rapid Performance Mag) magazines - 12-shot in .177, 10-shot in .22
  • Rifled steel barrel
  • QuietEnergy Technology
  • Quattro 2-stage adjustable match trigger with metal trigger blade (adj. for trigger-pull weight, first stage, second stage and length of travel)
  • Combo Scope mounting rail - 11mm dovetail and Picatinny rail
  • Flip-up, red TruGlo fiber optic front sight
  • Fully adjustable green TruGlo fiber optic rear sight
  • Automatic safety
  • Ambidextrous synthetic stock
  • EZ-Load Action System cocks and loads gun in one motion
  • Includes Optima 3-9x40 Scope w/ Rings and 2 magazines
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Specs
  • ManufacturerHatsan
  • Caliber.177
  • Velocity1300 fps
  • ConditionNew
  • Ammo TypePellets
  • ActionBreak barrel
  • Barrel StyleRifled
  • Fire ModeRepeater
  • Gun Weight6.60
  • Overall Length46.85
  • Barrel Length14.50
  • Loudness3-Medium
  • Magazine Capacity12
  • MechanismGas-piston
  • RailWeaver & 11mm dovetails
  • SafetyAutomatic
  • Front SightsFiber Optic
  • Rear SightsFiber Optic
  • Shots per Fill0
  • Trigger AdjustabilityTwo-stage adjustable
  • Trigger Action0
  • UseSmall game hunting/plinking
  • Warranty1-year limited warranty
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1.0
By TEDUSAMarch 6, 2021 Verified Purchase

This gun was a total waste of money and time in attempting to zero for backyard plinking. I bought this to replace a cheap 20 year old Chinese springer. The old springer was more accurate and reliable than this. BIG disappointment!!!

Pros
Easy cocking effort and fairly smooth stroke; good trigger and scope.

Cons
Iron sights cannot adjust enough to zero at 30 yards. Scope mount is sloped, not parallel to barrel, meaning scope has to be adjusted all the way "up" to get to zero at less than 100 yards. Louder than expected. Pin in receiver will not stay in place--falls out during cocking and anytime rife is tilted to the right. Magazine has internal carousel that is easily damaged requiring replacement.

1.0
By JackUSANovember 9, 2020

bad gun take your money and buy something else broke the third time I shot it!!!

Pros
NONE

Cons
bad not a good gun

3.0
By HowardUSAJuly 12, 2019

Nice rifle with decent accuracy until rifle scope base came loose. Replaced with new Hatsan and had same issue after 150 shots. No more Hatsans for me.

Pros
Shoots well with decent repeatability. Multishot cartridge operated great.

Cons
Rifle scope base not secure.

5.0
By KarlUSAJuly 11, 2019

This gun handles and feels like a big game rifle without the weight. Smooth cocking and excellent handling makes this gun fun to shoot. My only complaint is that the magazine should be numbered so you know how many shots are left.

4.0
By TimothyUSAApril 12, 2019

Really nice power, accuracy, right out of the box - placing perfect holes in 2" heavy PVC pipe at 20 yards. Impressive for a 22 caliber. Unfortunately I had a defective unit, but customer service was fast to resolve.

Pros
Accurate. Powerful.

Cons
Unit had a defective feed.

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Can you please tell me what the 1 year limited warranty covers?

asked sally from USA

do you make this gun in wood

asked Mitchell from USA

No .

Stanley from USA

That 1000fps with the .22, what size pellet is that (weight)?

asked Gerald from USA

How does it compare to the Gamo repeater?

asked Frank from USA

A matter of preferance i guess . The Gamo has a 5 year warranty this has a 1 year warranty , the Gamo has a mag that lays flat and can't double feed. The Gamo is a 100.00 more though . For me it was a no brainer . Good luck choosing .

Stanley from USA

does it come with a scope

asked Dalton from USA

Yes

Mark from USA

The magazine system is in the way for cleaning the barrel how do you move it also where do you oil and grease

asked Joe from USA

posibilite de payer en trois fois par c CB

asked yves DELMAS

This is a pump action not a co2, correct?

asked brad f braden

Break the barrel after each shot.

Stanley from USA

Just got my speed fire last week in 22cal my scope mount rail stays loose thus the scope wiggles my gun is from airgun depot please help before gun is returned thanks

asked KENNETH L. ANDERSON

How many shots can you take before you have to break the barrel again?

asked Jackson from USA

Exactly one

Benjamin from USA

If you have the Hatsen Speedfire Vortex in .177 or.22 cal. what accuracy tests have been done, as well as any you have done? How does a 5-shot group measure at 25 yards, and what trajectory do the .177 and .22 hold at 50, 75, and 100 yards? Thank you.

asked Michael Grubbs

Who make this rifle China or USA

asked Ramon Portilla

Hatsan are made in Turkey the last time i checked .

Stanley from USA

1). Are there any accuracy charts for specific distances, perhaps with different ammo types/styles/brands? 2). Actual chronographed muzzle and (probably calculated) terminal, at distance velocities. 3). In summary; basically as much ballistic information that the seller of manufacturer has available, or references to other studies or articles which may have measured the above.

asked Ernst

Is there any compasion to the Gamo swarm or different class so to speak

asked Alen pardee
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