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AT44 Quiet Energy Part 2 – Airgun Review

AT44 Quiet Energy Part 2 – Airgun Review by Airgun Expert Rick Eutsler / AirgunWeb

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About this video:

In Part 1 we looked at what the AT44 QE Long .25 cal could do “out of the box.” In this video I’ll walk you through the process of removing the Quiet Energy Shroud and barrel so that you can safely and easily clean them for best accuracy. The difference was pretty incredible and we were able to even get some decent groups out to 100 yards. As a note, spare parts and rebuild kits are available for the Hatsan PCP airguns at: http://www.hatsanusa.com/parts.

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