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|Max Velocity||1070 fps|
|Muzzle Energy||38 ft/lbs|
|Scopeable||Weaver & 11mm dovetails|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
|Max Shots per Fill||45|
|Cylinder Size||230 cc|
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Things I liked: Absolute beast out of the box. I got trigger happy and just picked a stump to shoot appx 10yds out with the air left in the cylinder from the 20 for $20 the day it was delivered. Stacked about 6 piranha hollowpoint pellets off hand before i had a visible POI shift. Will "poof" a small bird at 50 yds no problem. I decided to go for the package deal: rifle, scope, mounts, extra mag, pump and case since this is my first PCP air rifle. Such a change from a $100-something .22 Springer to a $500-something .22 PCP. Trigger is awesome. Feels nice and comfortable but a bit heavy for a bush gun. And Soooooo quiet! I'm used to the POP of a springer. Please understand that i am comparing this to my BSA Meteor.
Things I would have changed: I've yet to see what its full potential is. Maybe a spot to store an extra mag since they are quite small and its got the air for more than one. Open sights would be nice if it wasnt so dang heavy. A gas gauge on the side or bottom of the rifle would be nice also, instead of the end of the air cylinder....but these are almost all cosmetic preferences and have absolutely nothng to do with its actual performance. Performance-wise its pretty on-point.
What others should know: Heavy for off hand shooting. Consistent and quiet for back-yarding. Will defintely do some damage. Popped thru a 2x4 off a fresh fill, so be very mindful of what is behind your target! Approximately 5-7 pumps with the Air Venturi pump per shot...adds up over a 25-30 shot string. Definitely find your sweet spot and pump up every 10 shots to avoid that. Overall, definitely a great bang for your buck in the lower price range seeing as how PCPs can get absurdly pricey!
Things I liked: This is my first PCP. Purchased it with UTG 4-16x44 AO scope and nice bipod. Had the scope mounted and zeroed by PA, the 20 for $20 deal. The gun fired straight (but a little high) right out of the box --shooting high was probably due to PA centering with one pellet and me shooting with another. Got very nice hole on hole bullseye grouping at the zeroed range one I made adjustments for the different pellet weight. I should be able to reach out further and with more accuracy now than with my break-barrel.
Things I would have changed: The gun, plus, a scope, and a bipod is heavy. So, shooting from the bipod works great but shooting off hand is going to be tough.
What others should know: The gun doesn't come with much in the way of a manual and being a first timer I had to turn to you-tube to make sure I was doing everything right. Also, be very carful when filling the gun.. the O-rings on the fill probe can be damaged very easily if you aren't being careful and making sure the slide is out of the way for the probe to enter without rubbing on it. Fortunately some extra rings were supplied with the gun.
Things I liked: Everything!!! Price, while maybe a little plasticey it's the same as my 125 th still feels good and very durable. The quattro speaks for itself. People that don't like it either don't understand its design or haven't adjusted it right. The ergonomics,weight and balance of this gun are amazing! All those things combined allow it to shoulder very well. The accuracy is insane and it hits with authority!!!
Things I would have changed: Nothing except maybe a bigger magazine! Also not a complaint to poor manufacturing but to me not know the gun yet. U can double load while changing magazines. It didnt seem to affect the barrel or anything. Actually at 50 yrds 1 pellet hit the group while the other fell about an inch low and an inch left.
What others should know: Idk what took me so long to switch to pcp. I live in an area where unfortunately I can't get a bottle filled. I read reviews about how hard it was to pump and all the negative comments. It's really not that hard. Inot just a few weeks I've went through atleast 3 tins of jsb exacts it's favorite. My g6 pump so far so good. Also if have a love for magnum springerspringer like I do. U get the same weight with more power and less learning curve. Only finding it's favorite food. My first groups at 50 yrds 3 clips holding on bull were smaller than a baseball! That's amazing to me that's not even trying to adjust for drop and I hadn't even cleaned the barrel yet! Make sure u have a good back stop also if hunting small game with jsbs be aware of ur surroundings because the pellet will pass through! I have the .25 by the way. If ur setting on the fence....jump it's worth it. I have already sold a few of my springers. Not all but I need room for more pcps!lol I couldn't be happier with my at44!!
Hi I just bought an at44 long qe and I noticed that the barrel seemed to touch the air cylinder and when i slid a piece of computer paper through the crack it proved my suspision. Will this effect my shooting?
I have the QE long in 22 caliber and mine moves too , but doesn't seem affect accuracy one bit.It seems only the shroud itself is whats moving not the actual barrel . Mine moves enough to touch the air reservoir but thats it.
Which would you consider .22 or .25, .22 for efficiency and quietness or .25 for power and knockdown
I have the QE Long in 22 caliber and i use 14.3 hollowpoint. There is such a wide range of choice available in this caliber plus you can buy them almost anywhere , that being said i have heard that the QE is very quiet all calibers thanks to the QE noise reduction system. I have the Gladius Long in 25 caliber and it puts the hurt down on whatever your shooting at ( great knockdown energy ). If your looking for knockdown bigger is always better. Maybe one day the 25 caliber will be more readily available in different weights. I like the JSB Exact Kings 25.39 grain in my 25 calibers. Good all around pellet. You can't go wrong with either caliber .My opinoin for what its worth.
Hi Do they make a tray for this rifle so you can hand load for the the poll mags and what not that won't fit in the magazine Thanks in advance
Unfortunately they don't that I've ever heard of ? You can contact hatsanusa.com and inquire and they could answer your question.
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 AT44-10 Long QE Air Rifle with 1/8" BSPP connector (2M)
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|Max Velocity||1070 fps|
|Muzzle Energy||38 ft/lbs|
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