Hatsan AT P2 QE Tactical Pistol / Carbine Airgun Review
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About this Video:
The Hatsan AT P2 QE Tactical started out as a PCP pistol. It has transformed into something pretty unique that fills an ever growing niche. Survivalists and Preppers may want to take a look at the ATP2 QE Tactical because it’s rugged, compact, multi-purpose (pistol / carbine), and powerful. Moreover it’s very easy to fill with a hand pump, making it extremely handy when you don’t have access to scuba or scba tanks. I found the AT P2 QE Tactical accurate and effecting out past 20 yards, and that was with a simple red dot scope. Want to know more? Just sit back and enjoy the video!
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Thank you to Hatsan USA – www.HatsanUSA.com
Thank you to Birchwood Casey – www.birchwoodcasey.com
Products Used in this Video:
- Hatsan USA ATP2 QE Tactical
- H&N Field Target Trophy Pellets
- Hill Hand Pump
- BSA Red Dot Scope
- Gamo Knock Down Targets
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