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1-year limited warranty
List Price $495.95
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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.
Things I liked:i took a chance on buying this gun and the gamble was worth every penny!!this is a great gun. Beautiful too. Accurate and stays on target. mine is the 22 cal. i have several air guns and the 22 is what i like best.
Things I would have changed:only thing i might change is put a color air guage on it. im 66 and i can see color better than thoes littlt numbers!!
What others should know:get one!!
Things I liked:i love this gun!! not much more to say. its everything you could want in an airgun. this gun will shoot as accurate as the shooter. if you miss after zeroing the gun its not the guns fault!!
Things I would have changed:colored air guage. it would be easier to see the full mark.
What others should know:gun is simple and easy to shoot and beautiful. get high scope mounts for scoping or you will have to remover rear sights for the short ones.
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