Caliber: 0.25" (6.35mm), Stock: Walnut, Handle: Ambi, Hatsan Model AT44W-10 air rifle, fiber optic sights, (9rd mag; 870 fps with lead pellets)
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Hatsan AT44W-10 air rifle
*Weaver mounts are not standard. We do not recommend using them.
What a beautiful gun! The sculpted walnut Monte Carlo butt stock on the Hatsan AT44W-10 QE air rifle has dual raised cheekpieces, making this stock equally comfortable for lefties and righties. All three calibers are ideal for dispatching garden pests, popping paper targets or flipping spinners. The gold trigger is simply icing on the cake!
This powerful rifle is approximately 32% quieter downrange due to the Quiet Energy integrated sound moderator meaning more stealthy shooting for you.
|Max Velocity||870 fps|
|Muzzle Energy||34 ft/lbs|
|Scopeable||Weaver & 11mm dovetails|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
|Max Shots per Fill||27|
Things I liked: Ok, just my 2c after initial opening. To be fair I bought the scope and Hill pump and H&N field trophy match pellets here, but because I wanted it in .177 compared to other rifles I've had, TDR Air Arms, SS Talon w/24" long LW barrel, this compares quite well actually. Took 3 shots to get within bullseye with this scope, really impressed me with that, It's accurate, will update on that when I can honestly say more, and I'm not a pushover or a guy that needs to inflate reviews to make myself feel better, I can't give any negative reviews on this item, doesn't mean Inwont update. The action is smooth, it came with 200bar when arrived, and sat for 3 days at Houston and took 7 to get here, so I'm sure it hold air perfectly. Loads pellets perfectly too, it's a solid click when cocked, and hits like a freight train! I also like the theads for airstripper slash....
Things I would have changed: It says use no more then a 30mm scope of you plan to use the fiber optic hard sights. We figured by getting tall rings (pyramid and I) that would compensate for the 42mm I went with, but even with see thru the bell gets in the line of site, thus making them unusable for me, but cmon a 30mm? You can get a tube size that large, would have to be one of the more expensive models to be only that size and be a competitor, even then, the tube might not have anything to do with how much light reaches your eye, but the front lens size certainly does, I'm at $160+$20 for scope and rings as it is. So, I guess I'd rework it so the iron sights can be used as they are fiber and seem decent for std. Issue sights.
What others should know: For and finish of the wood and everything was pretty good, the one star I took away, and to be fair maybe shouldn't be taken from that question, but the side loading plate, plate opposite of charging handle and magazine, has what looks like tarnished fingerprints from hot metal or factory tooling, it's obvious whoever put it together could tell it was flawed, and had I been able to fix it, used a light duty metal cleaner called Flitz and its embedded. I will have to buy the part of see if Hatsan would help me, I'll update and if so, change my review of course. Wow, the dirtiest barrel I've ever cleaned!! I'm not big at all on brass for pellet or my 1911 pistol barrels, use nylon brushes whenever and always!! I did brass brush this one, it kept coming up dirty, then figured the rifled grooves were as bad if not worse, the good news is, it comes clean baby!! And when it does she's shines like a Walther Lothar, she'll clean up like a prom queen, took maybe 30 or more patches!
Things I liked: great gun for money you spend.accuracy not bad at all.mine 22 cal shooting as good as my tuned bsa lonestar. good value for money gun, even outshoots my marauder at 70 yard.almost 1/2 inch grouping at that distance,unbelievable for a gun in this price point.all these results are out of the box gun.
Things I would have changed: haven't cronographed the gun yet, don,t have time but shot the gun ,zeroed my scope .shot 60/70 shots (accurate), but little disappointed from 10 for 10 test result. pellets used rWs hobby (11,9 gr), tester Derek G CRONOGRAPH TAPE;- 852,931,963,972,983,990,994,987,999,1013. according to this tape gun,s energy is somewhere 24,26 foot pound only
Things I liked: If you're in the market for a new PCP air rifle, chances are good that you've eyeballed the Benjamin Marauder more than once. If you've got a ton of bank to play with, you've probably considered the Air Arms rifles as well. Let me spare you the wasted time, the needless expense, and the heartache: Get the Hatsan AT44! Right out of the box, this rifle shot .625" to .75" inch groups at 40 yards. I didn't even clean it first... I mounted a Centerpoint 4-16x40 scope, loaded up some 14.3gn Crosman HP's and hit the range. I had a zero in three rounds. The accuracy is incredible, and I've been putting my "Marauder" friends to shame all weekend... And for about 50 bucks less then they spent! The walnut stock is immaculate, sidelever action is effortless and the trigger is an absolute dream! I got WAY more than 50 shots per fill, and was still hitting hard and accurate well below 100 bar. If you want S510 accuracy for less than the cost of a new Marauder, then this is the perfect rifle!
Things I would have changed: The rifle has a high receiver block, and you'll also need some high mounts to clear the rear sight and the magazine. For these reasons, Hatsan should include an adjustable cheekpiece on all the AT44's. (The BT65's, Galatians and the AT44 tactical all have this feature, so you've got options.)
What others should know: Tack-driving BEAST of a .22! The Hatsan AT44W-10 is quite possibly the hardest-hitting, most accurate .22 air rifle I've ever shot. Be ready for this rifle with a high-pressure fill station (I bought the Air Venturi 90cu 4500psi bottle), and find a paintball shop that can do 4500 psi fills (local scuba shop can't cut it). Trust me on this one... You do NOT want to pump this rifle to 200bar by hand! Fill 'er up, and prepare to be amazed...
If this is a QE version of Hatsan's AT44 then why does the picture show a barrel without any shrouding? I get nervous when labels and graphics don't jive.
You need to select the option that you want. The un-shrouded barrel is only the first option.
If you follow the order page it says 25 caliber , then below that it says QE VERSION so I'm guessing it can be ordered in 25 caliber minus the QE feature if so desired ? 25 caliber can be ordered in the QE version . If you click on any label that says QE it will show this rifle in a QE image . If you click where it says 25 caliber but doesn't say QE then its not included.Are we confused yet?
This is not a question.The picture shows the new hatsan at44-10w qe.The info is on the old hatsan at 44-10 w without a suppressor and shroud.
how does the bipod mount? do I need to install a rail?
A rail could be installed . Or a swivel stud could installed also .
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Hatsan AT44W-10 Air Rifle with 1/8" BSPP connector (2M)
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|Max Velocity||870 fps|
|Muzzle Energy||34 ft/lbs|