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Hatsan Vectis Lever Action

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One of the most exciting air guns debuted at SHOT Show this year was from Hatsan! The new Hatsan Vectis is a lever-action, magazine fed repeater. With a smooth lever action, follow up shots are no longer an issue. The lever action is built into the trigger guard of the stock, making it as smooth and stable as possible. Included are two magazines, fiber optic sights, and it also features Hatsan’s QE technology to dampen the report. The cylinder is capable of holding up to 2900 PSI, which is enough to sling rounds downrange at 900 to 1150 fps, depending on caliber. Weighing in at just over 7 lbs and at a length of 41.3” long, this is the perfect gun to take into the field!

Hatsan Vectis Lever Action PCP Air Rifle Features

  • Lever Action operated repeater
  • Cocking lever is built into the trigger guard
  • Precision Rifled and Choked barrel
  • Polymer barrel shroud with Quiet Energy moderator
  • Removeable, Flip Up Fiber Optic open sights
  • Combo optics mounting rail fits 11mm dovetail or weaver/picatinny mounts
  • Manual Safety
  • Quattro Trigger: Two stage, fully adjustable
  • Picatinny accessory rail built into stock forend 
  • Ambidextrous, thumbhole synthetic stock
  • Built-in pressure guage (manometer) 
  • 165 cc air cylinder
  • 200 BAR/2900 PSI max fill pressure
  • Magazine capacity: 14 rds in .177 cal, 12 rds in .22 cal, 10 rds in .25 cal
  • Up to 35 shots in .177 cal, 30 in .22 cal, 25 in .25 cal
  • Max. Velocity: 1150 fps in .177 cal, 1000 fps in .22 cal, 900 fps in .25 cal
  • Max. Energy: 29 FPE in .177 cal, 38 FPE in .22 cal, 40 FPE in .25 cal
  • Includes 2 magazines, single shot tray, 1/8" BSPP male threaded fill probe and spare seals 
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  • ManufacturerHatsan
  • Caliber .22
  • Velocity 1000 fps
  • Condition New
  • Ammo Type Pellets
  • Action Lever-action
  • Barrel Style Rifled
  • Fire Mode Repeater
  • Gun Weight 7.10
  • Overall Length 41.30
  • Barrel Length 17.70
  • Loudness 3-Medium
  • Magazine Capacity 12
  • Mechanism Pre-charged pneumatic
  • Rail Weaver & 11mm dovetails
  • Safety Manual
  • Front Sights Fiber Optic
  • Rear Sights Fiber Optic
  • Trigger Adjustability Two-stage adjustable
  • Trigger Action 0
  • Use Small game hunting/target practice
  • Warranty 1-year limited warranty
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By joeMarch 15, 2024 Verified Purchase




By TimothyUSAAugust 26, 2023


A nightmare for beginners

An absolute nightmare for beginners

By CarolUSAOctober 18, 2021

The last thing I'll mention is the rear sight that came with the gun had parts come loose almost immediately due to perhaps bad craftsmanship from the factory. I reached out to Hatsan and a replacement was sent hassle-free.

For the short amount of time I've owned the Vectis it's been a ton of fun, with a few minor bumps in the road. It's lever action fun and has big time power in the .25 caliber which is what I purchased! Obliterates anything in its path!

Here is what is keeping this gun from being perfect: #1) if you are using this gun as a less lethal option for home defense, then do know that the only way to keep the gun ready to fire at a moments notice is to have it cocked which means the gun is constantly "charged" the entire time thus potentially causing wear to inner seals when not in use. The ONLY way to avoid this is to have the magazine detatched from the gun until needed -OR- the alternative I am doing is loading the magazine, having the gun cocked, then firing the first pellet (thus wasting it) and only THEN it's ready to cock again if needed for self defense. #2) The gun came with copious amount of spare O-Rings but the instructions say zilch about where they go to or how to change them out. #3) WHY DOESN'T THE MANUL STATE HOW TO DECOCK THE GUN?? Spent an hour of googling to find out how to decock it and this should be included in the instructions! C'mon Hatsan! #4) THE GUN IS AN AIR HOG. Prepare to refill every 3rd mag!!!

By RussellUSAFebruary 20, 2021

Make sure you’re prepared to buy a scuba tank and a compressor to use this gun or have one


I think it would say some where in the description that this gun does not take air with a hand pump Also you have had a different air connection so be prepared to change you’re fitting every fill up also

By JamesUSADecember 3, 2020

May never be in stock

Nice rifle

Never in stock

By DavidUSAAugust 23, 2020

top choice for air rifleman wanting to get into pcp air rifles

For people wanting to get into pcp air rifles it is hands down the best value I've found for the price point not only can you get your feet wet with pcp air rifles you can also get into sending larger calibers down range and the pro's and cons in doing so. Although I've been into air rifles for some quite time now having access to this when I was just starting would be a game changer. Even now with as many different calibers and power plants ranging from 150$ to 1,300$ dollars i own now I find that the accuracy and quality of this air rifle in .25 caliber very fun to shoot without having to worry about getting a few scratches. Love this air rifle!

although this rifle is put together very well some of the components could have be slightly better like the safety very flimsy and seems like it could break off

By JasonUSAJuly 15, 2020

If you're looking for budget pcp lever action airgun, this is it! Make sure you choose the .25 cal as it'll give more whack! And still less noise than Seneca Eagleclaw in same caliber. I use it for pest control like rat, possum, birds, stray animals destryoing property, small coyote, target tin cans, etc. Have not try on medium size game nor doe, i doubt the power will be enough for ethical kill. Bought 4 extra magazines using only H&N and Jsb pellets. Tried some slugs to reach better distance and more power but somehow sacrifices small grouping, I don't know why but still within 4" group about 40 yards. May be it just me but not the case when I use my Neutronstar .25 cal. Filling the air, I use Nomad II air pump to ease my back as it isn't as strong like I was younger. Overall I like this airgun for form and function as well as quality synthetic stock. Anyway, practice shooting safely and be considerate to everyone as airgun is much more affordable and fun to play with. Cheers!

This Vectis is almost perfect for me as a lever action airgun.

Improvement could be reducing weight like 1 to 3 lbs. Excluding scope and bipod weight. May be interchangable screw-on muzzle break with QE shroud. Shot counts could improve a lot with adding a regulator.

By GeorgeUSAJuly 13, 2020

i must say this is not a rifle for a beginner, id say more like an advanced novice would enjoy this rifle very much. im no expert, but i have been shooting for sport for nearly 35 years and this is a fun gun to shoot. i can empty a 14 round magazine in less than 10 seconds without even trying. so quick, nearly effortless to shoot. a great sight picture with open sights. thats my preference for optics on any rifle. i have a friend in the industrial gas industry, and he hooked me up with a tank of dry nitrogen gas. is pressured at 3,400 psi and it works like a charm to fill. CO2 is not recommended given the impurities in with the gas eats the o-rings and seals if left under pressure for an extended time. i have only 1 good arm to use so getting a hand pump wasnt really an option for me. a tank to rifle is very easy filling. can be done in a matter of minutes if setup already. im glad i purchased this awesome rifle. THANK YOU A.G.D.! your review on YouTube sold me for sure! happy plinking

i just received my Vectis in the mail (due to covid-19 lockdown in California) and what a treat this air rifle turned out to be! the throw on the lever is a dream to use, not much in terms of length. only a few inches (maybe a 2.5 inch throw total) and that makes for follow-up shots super quick. i was putting wadcutter rounds in 5 shot groups the size of a half dollar, out of the box! no adjustments yet on the super easy to see flip up/down sights. this was my intro to P.C.P. rifles and im waaaay impressed with the performance of it. i dont even need to unshoulder it to cock the next round. pull the trigger and that pellet is at the target NOW. impressive hits with high-velocity rounds. you can hear the obvious speed decreasing as you get into the heavier pellets. i customized mine to accept removable sling mounts (universal mount by Weaver) and i dig the top length of it being railed. its a large gun, seems awkward to use at first, i familiarized myself with it successfully.

the single shot trat is small and easy to lose if not careful. ive dropped mine and had a helluva time finding it lol. maybe a stash on-board to store it when not using it would be handy. my fingers are kinda large so loading it iz not without some difficulty. there is not much room to load in single shot mode. i also had an issue when loading in single shot that if the rifle is barrel up, an errant pellet can fall between the bolt and the housing around the bolt. there is about a pellets width all the way around the bolt itself on the shoulder side of rifle and i had 1 or 3 pellets fall down inside. after a couple of lucky shakes they fell out (thank god) but that is pretty much the only cons ive had.

By AnthonyUSANovember 27, 2019

Got this gun for my father in-law for his birthday. I liked it so much I am going to be getting one for my self. Very consistent shooter.

By CharlesUSAFebruary 11, 2019

Lever action very nice. Very short travel and NO auto safety makes for quick shots. When I first got it I said what a BIG gun, but once you pick it up is light for the size. Open sights are very good, with a peep in the rear and an hooded in front giving you a circle with in circle for accurate shots.

Lever action, open sights, full rail on top and short rail on forearm for Bipod or light.

A little bulky NOT a Youth gun. Fill adaptor only has threads so you have to supply your own Foster connector.

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How hard is it to swap the 165cc meh tank to a 250 or 500cc regulated 300bar one? I had picked up some paint ball tanks and wondered if they'll pull double duty.

asked Steven from USA

Is there any way you can use a air compressor and the hose that you would use to fill your tires with or do you have to use a certain type of air tank and hose connector to fill the air chamber on the air guns

asked William from USA

No you need a high pressure compressor. I suggest a steal braided fill hose. I bought my compressor off Amazon,, 359.00 I know many will disagree but mine gets heavy use like daily. Including fill my Blitz in under 8 min. When it's empty. It's about a year and ready to put some grease ,which is the only maintenance. Half the cost. I have friends that have replaced there big brand name ones and don't fill as fast and get hot.

Michael from USA

What kind of pump we need for this riffle

asked Juan from USA

Any of the handpumpds we sell will fill the Vectis.

Mark from USA

What size of group is the .177 capable of, from a bench rest, at 10 meters please?

asked Alex from USA

What’s the best ammo for .25 cal? How loud? Backyard friendly?

asked Vince

Will the plastic bolt head last for 2000 rounds?

asked Alex Turley

Can the measured charge rate be reduced to give a constant velocity of about 700 fps. for indoor range competitions? If it can, would it be louder than an FWB MODEL 600 that I now use. I can see it's potential for outdoor metallic silhouette use.

asked Alex Turley

What sized group does it shoot at 10 meters in .177 cal.?

asked Alex Turley

Is the fill port a quick connection or does it have the brass stem like on the Hercules that blows o rings every time I fill great gun but o rings blow I have a Benjamin armada with quick connection and no problems and also a Benjamin bulldog with quick connection no problems my friend bought a 45 hatsen bulldog and blows o rings the same brass stem fill I love the hatsen gun but will not purchase another unless the fill is a quick connect .

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