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List Price $629.99, Orig.Price $579.99 Save $160.00 (27%)
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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||1170 fps|
|Muzzle Energy||27 ft/lbs|
|Scopeable||Weaver & 11mm dovetails|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
|Max Shots per Fill||45|
|Upgrades||QE version LONG|
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Things I liked: I was torn between this, a marauder, or a hatsan flash. I made a good choice. This rifle is a tack driver at 25 yards. It's way quieter than a Springer and I've owned 3 springers. Power it will go through a 3/4 sheet of plywood or for the hunters it will go slam through a squirrel with h and n terminators.
Things I would have changed: Nothing
What others should know: For those who want a light rifle get a flash those who want a tack driving, powerful beast of a rifle this is it. Also mine prefers from 13.65 gr pellets to 18.1 gr pellets doesn't care for over 20 gr so I'd try some out when ordering it new.
Things I liked: Before I bought the Hatsan .25 long I chatted with their online help. I was looking for something that would take care of the critters tearing up my lawn. I was thinking about a Marauder but after talking with their online help I settled on the Hatsan AT-44. They were very knowledgable. The estimated delivery was about a week away, on a Friday but the rifle arrived several days early. It seems very well-made. I had to order some pellets and an air adapter so it took a day or two before I could try it out. I mounted a BSA scope on it. The Weaver mounts will only fit where there are grooves in the top of the dove tail. This scope would fit in only one place and one mount interfered with the magazine. Sanding a few thousandths off one side opened up the clearance and the issue is solved. I fired a few shots and was surprised by how quiet it is. I've only had time to adjust the scope slightly so I can't yet comment on the accuracy.
Things I would have changed: List the part number for the air quick connect adapter. I don't like the gauge location where you need to practically look down the barrel to read it. Enclose some pellets. I ordered some at the same time and it took a week longer to get them. The air fill probe should have a cover to keep it clean.
What others should know: The manual is generally poor. It doesn't cover all versions of the AT-44. It doesn't talk about changing the air cylinders. A de-gasser is enclosed but no instructions for it. I've had two pellets in the chamber after loading the magazine and the first didn't fire. I think this is a user issue but should have been covered in the manual. Although I've listed several things I'd like changed, this is an impressive rifle and Pyramyd's service has been great..
Things I liked: This is a beautiful and well made gun. At 35 feet I am shooting groups much smaller than a dime. I am looking forward to shooting it longer distances in the future. The stock is a fine piece of walnut and the finish is even and flawless. The blueing on the barrel and air cylinder is very good. Magazines for this rifle are also not too expensive, which I think is a plus.
Things I would have changed: The pistol grip of the stock has some nice checkering, but I would like to see some on the bottom and sides of the forearm. It is hard to get a good grip on this rifle to pick it up once it has been leaning against something. There are several articles on the internet (including youtube how to's) to remove the "pinging" in the air cylinder. There is a simple fix for this problem and I don't understand why Hatsan doesn't just do it at the plant.
What others should know: This air gun is a big bang for the buck. I think it is a excellent value for the money. I would recommend it to anyone looking for a decent quality PCP at a bargain price. Mine is the QE Long version in .22 caliber
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What does it weigh?
QE version: Quiet Energy (QE) fully shrouded barrel with Integrated Sound Moderator 180cc air reservoir volume Optimal shots per fill QE version: .177 & .22 cal=40, .25 cal=27 Muzzle energy QE version: .177 cal=22 fpe, .22 cal=31 fpe, .25 cal=34 fpe Barrel length: 19.4" Overall length: 45.5" Weight: 8.1 lbs LONG version: 230cc air reservoir volume Optimal shots per fill LONG version: Muzzle energy LONG version: .177 cal=27 fpe, .22 cal=38 fpe, .25 cal=42 fpe Barrel Length 23" Overall Length 49" Weight: 9 lbs
how many shots on the max power with .22 caliber jsb 18,13 pellet 40 yds before the point okf impact is affected ? Fabio from Brazil
What scope size is adequate for 30 yards shooting. Thanks
Well what really matters is your personal preference , there are so many good scopes out to there choose from . For me i like a 30mm scope tube compared to the one inch it just brings in more light. I have replaced combo package scopes in favor of something better , most of the time i use a UTG/Leapers scope i think they make good scope for the money. Yes it would work well for 30 yards and more .
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Hatsan AT44W-10 Air Rifle with 1/8" BSPP connector (2M)
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|Max Velocity||1170 fps|
|Muzzle Energy||27 ft/lbs|