Hatsan AT44 Long Quiet Energy .25 Cal – Airgun Review by Rick Eutsler / AirgunWeb.com
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About this video:
If you are looking for a quiet PCP that packs a punch and won’t hurt your wallet, then you may have just found what you are looking for. The Hatsan line of Quiet Energy PCPs have hit the airgun world by storm. They are accurate, powerful, and very, very quiet. Our AT44 QE Long pushing 25.4 grain pellets at 864.5 FPS only hits 92.9 DB, which is much less than many break barrel spring guns on the market. Yeah, you’d say I’m a fan. I’ve been loving these QE Hatsan PCPs since I first got my hands on one just before SHOT 2014. In this part 1 video I’ll be looking at the basic features, operation, and out of the box accuracy at 35 and 50 yards.
- Hatsan AT44S-10 Long Quiet Energy Air Rifle 0.25 Caliber
- Hawke 4-12×50 Airmax EV
- Hawke Heavy Duty Mounts
- JSB .25 Kings 25.4 Grain
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