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Hatsan 125 Sniper Vortex Air Rifle air rifle

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  • Warranty: 1-year Limited Warranty
  • Incl. 3-9x32 Scope, Sling & Bipod

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Hatsan 125 Sniper Vortex Air Rifle air rifle + JSB Match Diabolo Exact King .25 Cal, 25.39 Grains, Domed, 350ct
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Hatsan 125 Sniper Vortex air rifle Vortex gas-piston Breakbarrel Single-shot Rifled steel barrel Integral muzzlebrake/suppressor 2-stage adjustable Quattro trigger (adj. for trigger-pull weight and travel) 11mm and Weaver optics rail Fixed TruGlo fiber optic front sight (red, 0.060) Fully adjustable TruGlo fiber optic rear sight (green, 0.035) Anti-beartrap mechanism Automatic safety Monte Carlo buttstock Twin raised cheekpieces with vertically adjustable comb Textured pistol grip and forearm SAS (shock absorber system) that reduces vibration Triopad rubber recoil pad with 3 stock spacers to adjust pull length Black synthetic stock 9.30 lbs. (gun only) Includes adjustable sling, bipod (clamps onto the barrel), unmounted 3-9x32 Optima scope, mount, scope lens covers and hex wrench Here are the benefits of a Vortex gas-piston over a coiled metal mainspring: Smoother cocking Smoother shooting No spring torque No spring fatigue, even if you leave it cocked for hours Functions perfectly in cold weather Lasts longer than a metal spring ... ...

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  • Shipping Weight: 12.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00DBECI1Q
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #137,102 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Powerful and accurate.
StevenB
FYI, the scope and rings it comes with are trash and I quickly swapped mine out for a Leupold I had with some High Rise BKL rings.
sean
I needed something powerful, accurate and quiet, this rifle is a good fit for my needs.
D. Herrick

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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By D. Herrick on August 21, 2014
Size Name: 0.25 cal.A real hunting machine!... ... Verified Purchase
First off I bought my Hatsan .25 sniper vortex for backyard hunting, it working really well for me. I live on the edge of town on 8 acres, with a slew bordering my property, but still in the city limits. I needed something powerful, accurate and quiet, this rifle is a good fit for my needs.
Things to note:
Its heavy.
Breaking the barrel takes good effort.
With or with out the scope its accurate.
Great trigger.
Nice sights.
It seems very well built.
The rifle is rather long, but backyard quiet.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By 7Warriors on November 10, 2014
Pros: I own the Hatsan 125 Vortex Sniper .22 cal. I own 2 other .22 high power air rifles, a Hatsan Mod 95 (spring powered) and a Benjamin Regal Nitro Piston. The Vortex piston is Hatsan's version of the nitro piston, so I will use it for comparison. For the money the Hatsan rifles are both superior to the Benjamin in build quality, strength, power and accuracy. The Hatsan Quatro trigger is far superior. Both Hatsan's deliver more fps and fpe in chrono testing I've done. The 125 sniper vortex fires a 14.3 gr Crossman Premier at 985 fps and the Nitro Piston Benjamin at 712 fps. The Hatsans are not pellet choosey. Various pellets group differently in the rifles of course, but each of the four different makes, styles and weights (up to 18.21 gr) I've fired group well for me at 20-50 yds . The adjustable cheek rest and the sharp angled pistol grip make for a steady hold and trigger pull. The 125 Vortex is quieter than the Mod. 95 but not as quiet as the nitro piston.
Cons: The Hatsans are heavy. The 125 sniper is over 10 lbs with the after market scope and mount I have attached. In my opinion, the bundled scope is not adequate for any purpose. The 125 Sniper takes a lot of force to cock. It shoots about 100 fps faster than the spring Mod. 95 and that additional power seems to translate into greater cocking effort. If you want a well made, powerful, accurate .22 cal. gas piston air rifle for well under $300, I would give serious consideration to the Hatsan 125 Sniper.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Tj Misch on November 22, 2014
Size Name: 0.22 cal.Ideal for hunting small rodents & pli... Verified Purchase
When i was in the market for an air rifle to use for varmint control, i had a few things i know the air rifle should have for me to consider it for purchase. 1- it must be quiet and back yard friendly ( living in the dab center of town, using a firearm for pest control is illegal and would result in an illegal discharge of a firearm within city limits of which is a crime). 2 - it has to be a break barrel or under lever gun with a gas piston to allow it being cocked for an extended period of time. 3 - It has to have enough power to make a clean one shot kill ( intended targets are gophers ). 4 - It has to be accurate and well built.
So after doing countless hours of internet research and airgun forums reading, i ended up with 3 contenders and ended up buying each. one at a time starting from the least expensive to the most. i first tried the Ruger yukon in .22, after 5 or so shots out of the box the trigger was falling off, sent it back to amazon. The second one i tried was the Benjamin trail NP2 in .22, bought from big 5, less than 100 shots the piston failed. Returned the trail NP2 and bought the hatsan 125 sniper. For almost $300 i expected the quality to be top notch because for the price i could have bought me a mosin nagant with enough change for a couple hundred rounds. Upon receiving the air rifle it sure did not disappoint on quality, the bluing was nice and even the stock is well made and solid, though the scope was nothing to brag about it sure is adequate for the time being. And as far as power goes it almost penetrated the same 3.5 inch IDE hard drive that the Trail NP2 and the Ruger yukon had barely made a dent on, and for accuracy?
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By sean on September 4, 2014
Size Name: 0.25 cal.A real hunting machine!... ... Verified Purchase
Very nice gun for the money! I wish I would have got the .22 and I still might. I like most had to try the .25 out, Mines shooting H&N Field Target Trophy .25 Cal, 20.06 Grain pellets at around 740FPS. Definitely no slouch, and very back yard friendly muzzle report. I bet the .22 version will shoot a 14.3 grain Crossman Premier between 900 and 920 FPS which is a real sweet spot for a pigeon eradicator airgun, which is what I really need. FYI, the scope and rings it comes with are trash and I quickly swapped mine out for a Leupold I had with some High Rise BKL rings.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Hugo Stiglitz on November 24, 2014
Size Name: 0.25 cal.A real hunting machine!... ... Verified Purchase
I was intrigued by the idea of hunting with a pellet gun, so after looking around the web I settled on the Hatsan 125 Sniper .25. This was my first "real" air rifle and I didn't really know what to expect. First thing I noticed when it took it out of the box was how big and heavy it was. This thing is massive. And the cocking effort is pretty considerable. I'm 6'1 190 lbs, so it's not like I'm a tiny dude. I have the vortex model so I'm not sure if the cocking effort will get lighter as it gets more broken in. As all reviews have said, the scope and the bipod are absolutely worthless. The scope was so bad, it was almost an insult that they would even label it a "scope." The purpose of a scope is to provide a clear, magnified picture so you can hit your target on point. This "scope" did none of that. It was blurry at any range and would not hold zero. Pure and absolute crap. Same with the bipod. It seems cheaply made and clips to the barrel. The problem is, "springer" air rifles (as I've learned) is they are extremely hold sensitive. So attaching a bipod to the barrel will severely impair your accuracy. This gone needs to be held right in the middle where the balance point is to be accurate. Again, pure and absolute crap and very unnecessarily included. Anyway, onto the rifle. There is a lot of recoil that you have to get used to and there is definitely a "break-in" period before the gun is accurate but it hits like a truck. I was surprised at the penetration of the pellets and the damage they caused. The Hatsan .25 is a beast of an air gun! JSB Exacts I have found to be the most accurate pellet. Another thing to consider when deciding whether or not to buy the .25 is the availability of pellets. No stores carry them.Read more ›
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