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|Max Velocity||1170 fps|
|Muzzle Energy||27 ft/lbs|
|Front Sight||Adjustable for elevation|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage and elevation|
|Scopeable||Weaver & 11mm dovetails|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
|Max Shots per Fill||45|
|Cylinder Size||230 cc|
Things I liked: I'm a lefty. The pump action allows me to cycle without having to switch out hands. This also helps with the cycle rate, just pump, safety and shoot. It is a great alternative to high priced semi auto. (1600 to over 2000 grand.) Accurancy is 1/2" group 50 yds. Zeroed scope at 75yds and over held 3 1/2 mil to take out pigeon at 106 yds one shot to the chest. Forgot I have the .25 cal and hatsan uses only lead pellets in testing.
Things I would have changed: Like most hatsan gun it is heavy. Carbine fiber cylinder would make big difference. It is loud, so I know hatsan came out with qe long version but not in the pump action.
What others should know: Jsb 25.4 grain works the best. And if anyone is comparing hatsan guns to benjamins. Hatsan has been making pcps alot longer and better. Testing with alloy pellets is deceiving. Look close to the fps in .25 cal, benjamin rates 900 fps hatsan is 970 fps. I chroned hatsan 958 fps 19 grain pellet. Find any fps testing in 25 cal on a mrod and see those numbers. Like to leave people wondering. Research man.
Things I liked: This is my first PCP rifle and it is better than I expected.1/2 inch groups at 50 yards using JSB Match Kings25.4 grain and a Leapers 3-9x32 scope. If you plan on mounting a scope make sure you get high rings to clear the rotary clip. It is on the loud side so it is not back yard friendly, I opted for the air stripper for it but there are a couple of suppressers out there for it to make it a little more back yard friendly.
Things I would have changed: An adjustable comb would be nice
What others should know: All in all if you were thinking about buying one just DO IT before more people find out about them and the price goes up. It's a lot of hard hitting power for a great price.
Things I liked: I am all around tickled to death with this "hunting rifle"-the action, accuracy (based upon my target pattern at distances between 15 & 65 yds.), dual sight rail...I have the .25 that has dispatched an opossum & squirrel each with a pass-through in a single head-shot that none of my springers have duplicated at any distance.
Things I would have changed: Obviously, one shouldn't have to have their face near the barrel to check the pressure gauge! I'd definitely add sling swivel studs, an added weaver accessory rail or two for a light and or laser, a mechanism to unload the projectile without discharging or using a rod, and though the cylinder/magazine is light weight, and I have yet to have any issues with it, I'd rather that it be of a more substantial material.
What others should know: It is NOT impossible to load two pellets at the same time-I've done it twice now. The first time I recognized it right away as the "bolt" was difficult to close, the second time I only realized it because I removed the magazine before firing it and saw two empty chambers, but they were easily removed with a cleaning rod & admittedly due to operator error. The pump action is a little "harsh" and does require a deliberate, complete motion to achieve smooth cycling, but now realized and consistently practiced, I can comfortably consider it reliable. The the stock wasn't completely uniform in color as a portion of it has a greyish spot in the shape of an oval almost as if a sticker was there. In the end, I'm all about function. I absolutely recommend it and am seriously considering the Hatsan PCP pistol based upon this rifle.
What pump do I need to get for this gun
Any hand pump made for filling PCP' s will work. Make sure you click on the PCP Hookup Tab for required equipment needed for this rifle .
Is this a smooth bore rifle
If average JOE wanted to save some $$ would it be advisable to buy this pcp then get a moderator. Or would noise be louder and less accurate than the $1XX.xx more expensive at44 qe long be the way to go? I dont want to have to install and spend too much with out some enjoyable quiet and accurate return on investment. ps 50-70 yards expected max shooting distance. thanks in advance for your time and input.
If noise is a factor, buy the QE version. If not, save the extra money for pellets and buy the standard version. Either version should perform with equal accuracy. As for moderators, those permanently affixed to the gun by the manufacturer seem to fly under the radar (but not necessarily so) from a standpoint of legality. Legality is definitely still in question for moderators which are aftermarket, screw onto the muzzle and can easily be removed. "Silencers", in general, are illegal in most places in the USA, and the law does not differentiate between air guns and firearms, when silencers are considered. Most police will turn their heads regarding moderators ("silencers") in use on air guns, but you can't count on it..With big bore air guns weighing heavy on the marketplace, how long before large caliber air guns (especially those with moderators)become targets for the antigun crowd? Why take the chance that any local police agency will have someone on the force that is an antigunner and might ticket you, or arrest you, and confiscate your airgun? Maybe you will then be prosecuted by an overly judicious DA. Even if you eventually win, you will lose time and legal fees doing so. Who needs the hassle? "Better be safe than sorry", is a good motto.
I would recommend getting the QE version of the air rifle to start as in general attached sound moderators work better and are more durable than adding one on.
To fill your PCP gun:
1.Pick a source of air shown at right
2.If an adapter is needed, one will be shown
3.Add both to your cart to get hooked up
Hatsan AT44PA Long Air Rifle with 1/8" BSPP connector (2M)
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|Max Velocity||1170 fps|
|Muzzle Energy||27 ft/lbs|