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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...
Things I liked: PA as a store, excellent to work with. We had a couple of misunderstandings in one out of the 4 orders this last month. I called them and they made it all good without question. I won't be buying from anyone else. The first AT44W-10 I received had a slight problem advancing the magazine. They instantly issued me a Rma shipping label and asked me if I wanted to buy a 2nd one while mine was going back. So I decided to buy a 2nd one but different rifle to use since mine just went on back order. I bought a .25 Hatsan Mod 125 Thumb Hole. Then I bought my youngest son a starter rifle and my grandson a soft rifle and pistol set as he is 5.
Things I would have changed:I like the other guys would change the air guage to the same colored one on the larger Hatsan 65SB TH. Oh, and free prllets for life. Yuk, yuk.
What others should know:This is the truth, I swear on my sweet grandmothers headstone. I removed this rifle from the box. I spent an hour scrubbing the barrel and polishing the wood and oiling the blue. My intended scope for this guy is still back ordered, so I grabbed the $16.95 Optima scope that came with my Hatsan Mod 125 TH a few weeks ago, and mounted it on the AT44. I just left eye clearance and screwed it to the AT44. Again, I swear I did not touch a turret screw or dial, no zeroing at all. The rifle had about 160 bar from having the 10 for $10 done. I have a table on the deck with a 2 5 yard shooting area. I pasted up a fresh target, rested the rifle in a MTM sighting thingy and shot all ten of the Kodak 21.14 grains into the red bullseye and area with he center of the group was wide open. Not one piece of paper in the group. Did it 3 more times until my air dropped off and the pellets started to fall at about 45 shoots. Remember I am shooting .22 and Kodak pellets weigh about 5 to 8 grains more then mostotherr brands. I have never done that all summer. I started with a Crosmsn 760, broke the handle, took it back to Wallys and got the M4, broke it, bought the Crosman .357 pistsl broke it, traded it for a Silient Cat, rear sights fell off, traded it back for a Gamo Bone Collector, spent 2000 pellets trying to zero it, so when it broke, I ordered the Hatsan and then 2 weeks later added another Hatsan.They are real guns, tuff and accurate. I zeroed the Hatsan Mod 125 Thumb Hole with 24 pellets.
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