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Caliber: 0.177" (4.5mm), Stock: Walnut, Handle: Ambi, Upgrades: QE version, Hatsan Model AT44W-10 QE air rifle (10rd mag; 1070 fps with lead pellets)
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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||1070 fps|
|Muzzle Energy||22 ft/lbs|
|Scopeable||Weaver & 11mm dovetails|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
|Max Shots per Fill||40|
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Things I liked: Quiet, dead accurate, reliable.
Things I would have changed: I think the trade-offs are exactly right for this rifle. It's a little heavy, but it's dead accurate and quiet-- the latter are my priorities.
What others should know: I have it zeroed in with this scope: UTG 3-12X44 30mm Compact Scope, AO, 36-color Mil-dot, Rings. It's one shot one kill every time.
Things I liked: My first PCP air gun. Still trying to figure out the sweet spot and the right pellets. Built nice. The wood stock is great. The action is nice and smooth. The 10 round mags are great too, easy to use.
Things I would have changed: It's heavy. I see why the synthetic versions are so popular. It's pretty long even in the short version with the QE on the barrel. Of course if the gun pumped itself that would be nice.
What others should know: It's not easy to get accuracy after 40 yards. I probably need a regulator to get the accuracy out to 50 yards. It's quiet enough for the back yard at 125 BAR. It's pretty loud above that and I had 7 grain JSBs cracking the sound barrier at 200 BAR.
Things I liked: Ok, just my 2c after initial opening. To be fair I bought the scope and Hill pump and H&N field trophy match pellets here, but because I wanted it in .177 compared to other rifles I've had, TDR Air Arms, SS Talon w/24" long LW barrel, this compares quite well actually. Took 3 shots to get within bullseye with this scope, really impressed me with that, It's accurate, will update on that when I can honestly say more, and I'm not a pushover or a guy that needs to inflate reviews to make myself feel better, I can't give any negative reviews on this item, doesn't mean Inwont update. The action is smooth, it came with 200bar when arrived, and sat for 3 days at Houston and took 7 to get here, so I'm sure it hold air perfectly. Loads pellets perfectly too, it's a solid click when cocked, and hits like a freight train! I also like the theads for airstripper slash....
Things I would have changed: It says use no more then a 30mm scope of you plan to use the fiber optic hard sights. We figured by getting tall rings (pyramid and I) that would compensate for the 42mm I went with, but even with see thru the bell gets in the line of site, thus making them unusable for me, but cmon a 30mm? You can get a tube size that large, would have to be one of the more expensive models to be only that size and be a competitor, even then, the tube might not have anything to do with how much light reaches your eye, but the front lens size certainly does, I'm at $160+$20 for scope and rings as it is. So, I guess I'd rework it so the iron sights can be used as they are fiber and seem decent for std. Issue sights.
What others should know: For and finish of the wood and everything was pretty good, the one star I took away, and to be fair maybe shouldn't be taken from that question, but the side loading plate, plate opposite of charging handle and magazine, has what looks like tarnished fingerprints from hot metal or factory tooling, it's obvious whoever put it together could tell it was flawed, and had I been able to fix it, used a light duty metal cleaner called Flitz and its embedded. I will have to buy the part of see if Hatsan would help me, I'll update and if so, change my review of course. Wow, the dirtiest barrel I've ever cleaned!! I'm not big at all on brass for pellet or my 1911 pistol barrels, use nylon brushes whenever and always!! I did brass brush this one, it kept coming up dirty, then figured the rifled grooves were as bad if not worse, the good news is, it comes clean baby!! And when it does she's shines like a Walther Lothar, she'll clean up like a prom queen, took maybe 30 or more patches!
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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 .
I was excited when Hatsan came out with the QE version, then disappointed when it no longer had open sights. Can open sights be added?
Not without modifying the gun or gluing them on
what comes includend with the rifle
Comes with two mags, an assortment of replacement O -rings , fill probe , a air reservoir degasser that emptys the reservoir.
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 AT44W-10 Air Rifle with 1/8" BSPP connector (2M)
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|Max Velocity||1070 fps|
|Muzzle Energy||22 ft/lbs|