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Hatsan Mod 95 Vortex – Airgun Review by AirgunWeb

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I’ve been on the hunt for the best airgun for under $200 for some time, and I believe I’ve finally found it.  The new Hatsan Mod 95 Vortex impressed me from the very first shot.  Unlike most magnum spring and gas ram guns that have noticable recoil, the Mod 95 had little to no recoil to speak of.  It shoots so smoothly, that in the right conditions, you can see the pellet travel to the target.  I’m testing the .25 cal version in this review and it delivers on every critical point; it’s accurate, it’s powerful, and it’s easy to shoot.  And, it’s currently selling for just under $200.  That’s why I happy to give it the title of currently the “Best airgun for under $200 bucks.”

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AirgunWeb is a leader in Airgun Reviews and Information. Airgun Expert and Critic Rick Eutsler, has been testing and reviewing airguns, pellet guns, bb guns, and various airsoft airguns since 2006. In this video AirgunWeb will be reviewing and talking about the Hatsan Mod 95 Vortex in .25 caliber.

Pellet rifles, airguns, air rifles, bb guns, and airsoft airguns are a great way to develop good shooting skills and firearms safety. Airguns, BB Guns, & Airsoft guns are great tools for target practice, small game hunting, pest control, and maintaining firearms proficiency and discipline. Pellet guns are also great for just having fun shooting targets in the back yard and are much safer and less expensive to operate than traditional firearms.

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