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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: 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!!
Things I liked: This review is for the .25 version. I waited 3 years to buy this gun and I was not disappointed! STOCK: No blemishes and looks sleek. Feels good to hold and love the weaver rail underneath. NOISE: Med-low quiet. ACCURACY: I was getting 2" groups at 100 yards after a good cleaning. 1/2 inch at 50 yards. OPERATION: Action smoothed out after 100 or so rounds. Cycles really nice. TRIGGER: Have it down to about a pound. Super easy to adjust and is very precise. SUMMARY: I made the right choice for the things I was looking for; power, long range accuracy, operation, and most importantly, a bad ass look ;)
Things I would have changed: I would like to know how to "decock" the rifle other than removing the cylinder. Would also like a way to know how many shots I took, and/or how many shots remaining, or at least notification when empty. Add a raised cheekpeice.
What others should know: I shot breakbarrels for years and thought of myself as an average to good shooter. It wasn't until I got a PCP that I realized I'm a much better shot than I thought! I still enjoy my breakbartels and have a new appreciation for them, but the PCP world is another level all together. I get about 3 mags worth of good shots, about 27. Can get another mag worth if shooting sub 50 yards. You will not be disappointed! I'm a much more confident shooter now. Oh, get a 4500 lb cylinder. Much more fills. Also fun at the range. Other shooters want to know what it is and try it out. Be ready to make friends and conversation!
Things I liked: This is my first air rifle so I really can't compare this to other rifles but so far this thing has been very accurate. Not too pellet picky either. All 4 initial pellets (recommended by PA) shot sub dime size groups at 20 yds, first time I shot it. Last night, I was pellet on pellet at 50yds with JSB Heavys. I was impressed but like I said, no experience with other air rifles, so that may be common. Pretty quiet too- shooting right outside the living room window and the family didn't even know I was out shooting.
Things I would have changed: This thing is heavy when trying to shoot offhand. I knew that going in so not a huge drawback to me.
Which would you consider .22 or .25, .22 for efficiency and quietness or .25 for power and knockdown
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.
Hello once again which. 177 caliber pcp is more accurate for small game hunting....and can we decock hatsan pcp's
For small game .177 is very effective ( depending on the pellet chosen) in .177 i use crosman premier 10.5 grain dome . Have taken out rock chucks with this pellet that are bigger than a house cat . My QE long is 22 caliber and i use crosman premier 14.3 grain hollowpoints with great results. Everyone has there own opinions on what the best pellet is , you just have to experiment for yourself , this one works for me, thats all i can tell you. Yes the rifle can be decocked .
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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|