Airgun Experts - AirgunWeb / AirgunWebTV: Humayun - It's right on the screen when I talk about which pellet shot best in this rifle: 4:18 in the video. FPE is 31.44 FPE
Humayun Zahid: Sorry but you dont tell me that how many fpe it give in .22 cal
Airgun Experts - AirgunWeb / AirgunWebTV: humayun - you are falling in that zone of can and should.. can it do it.. maybe.. should you do it, probably not. Game like coyote should be taken with a large bore airgun of sufficient energy to get the job done without a perfect shot. As far as full power shots per fill, count on 2 mags for most Hatsan PCP guns.
Humayun Zahid: Can it able to shot down cayote and how many full shots it fire
Wissam Mhd: Hi sir .I am looking for getting a pcp .I care a lot for accuracy. Iam going to use it for plinking .what you think it could be the best , hstsan bt 65 or at 44 , and in what caliber .and the regular one or the QE .thanks
Harbard: Not sure i'll get an answer here BUT: Will this Tactical stock fit on a BT65? Cheers!
João Paulo Carvalho: Sweet next toy
2RCHA: Rick, I just picked up a Hatsan AT-44/.25(single-shot), and was wondering if you can tell me If I can start using some of the more "lengthy" ammo(like my Favourite hunting round, the Skenco "UltraMag Metal Tipped round",,,,,I'm tired of having to use "stubbies" like I have to do with my AT-44 series magazines, Thank's Amigo, Andy
2RCHA: I got back into air-gunning when I retired from the Army, I first started out w/ a Crosman Phantom in .22, and quite a few others ranging in all sorts of pricing, and everything from Benji Trails/ Nitro Venom/ Webley&Scott,Cometa's, and a few of the "higher end" chinese guns, But all were springers/gas ram, Co2, I was always interested in the "Dark-Side", but the prices of some of these a/g's exceed some of my finest powder-burners, so I was very hesitant to say in the least. Then a friend of mine showed me his "Hatsan AT-44", I was hooked,LOL!, I then bought myself the AT-44.22 Pump Action, which was fantastic, then the following year I purchased the Hatsan AT-44"tact"1022, which is fantastic beyond all expectatitions, I now easily get 3-4" groupings @ distances in the 100 Meter mark(Meters Not Yards!!!LOL), The P/A is great for "Brush" hunting but trying to make a long shot w/ one is a little tricky at times(not being able to attatch a bi-pod, and roostering the beast in prone position suck's big time). I would put the "Tact" up against any and all comers, I blow away all of my buddies in distance and accuray(Especially the ones who own Benji Marauders, the only guy who can go shot for shot w/ me in accuracy just bought an "Evanix"& he paid almost 4x what I paid for my Hatsan,,,,and he only gets half my shot count ,and has to lug around a "buddy Bottle"LMFAO!), and THE MOST IMPORTANT THING!!!! that all pcp buyers seem to forget(Non-Hatsan owners) is that you're always "Tethered" counting your shots, not travelling far from your vehicle(where your "Scuba/Buddy bottle"are, unless you want to "Bust A Nut" lugging a pump around with you, All I do is toss 1, or 2 extra cylinders in my rucksack, and I'm good for the weekend as far as air is concerned. After countless testing in the ammo dept, I found that FX "SmoothTwist" pellets @ 16gr,. are the best you can get/use for distances under 50M, A distances of 100+M the FX "SmootTwist" pellet @ 18gr,. blew the competition away(And actually give me a 1.5" higher P.O.I.).Last year I nailed a 35pd Turkey @ 85yds,w/ the 18gr,. "SmoothTwist" round,,anyway's this gun is capable of making shots you would never dream of with a "springer" even if its a Magnum.A must have for making those long shots are these rings: http://airgunsource.com/fx-no-limit-mounts-1-inch/dp/1895 , http://airgunsource.com/fx-no-limit-mounts-30mm/dp/1894 a little pricey, but if they'll help you put that Rabbit on the table, They're worth every cent) ,I have both guns paired with the Leapers UTG 4-16x44 AO Accushot SWAT Rifle Scope, http://www.pyramydair.com/s/a/Leapers_UTG_4_16x44_AO_Accushot_SWAT_Rifle_Scope_EZ_TAP_Illuminated_Mil_Dot_Reticle_1_4_MOA_30mm_Tube_Lever_Lock_Weaver_Rings/5191 ,It's an unbeatable combination in my books. I'd still cut off one of my nuts for a chance to own one of the New Daystate .303 "Wolverines", Now there's a piece of KIT!,LOL, Cheer's, Andy. And BTW, Great Video,,I should get my lazy Arse up to do something like that with my guns,except in the field, On a hopefully lucky hunt,LOL!.
Tyler Netherland: Should I get this in .22 or the benjamin marauder in .25. What would you buy?
alex eu: What´s the best pellets for this gun ? jsb 25 grains , it´s not to heavy for this gun , i got more than 800 fps with it?
BuzzKill: Is this one of the most powerful airguns out there ?
Mark Bickell: Looking at getting .25 pcp. Would u recommend the at44 qe or benjamin marauder.there about the same price
AirGunWarriors: I too will soon join the Hatsan Family of Air gunners! Thanks to Mr. Rick Eustler, I will be the very proud owner of the Hatsan AT44 Tactical Long .25!:) Happy/Safe Shooting, agw.
Samuel Lemos: Would this be a good gun to modify, like to put a regulator, a lothan barrel, new trigger, etc?
AirGunWarriors: Actually found a UTG TACTICAL FIELD CARRY BAG/BACK PACK COMBO! Only $36.00 and large enough to carry the AT44 TACTICAL LONG with and without the buttstock being removed! I would still remove the buttstock for more room to carry other essentials and cylinders though.:-) It comes in camo (digital) and desert sand color. Is waterproof to boot! Thanks again Rick, airgunwarriors.
AirGunWarriors: Another great video review, thanks Rick!:) Rick, the AT44 TACTICAL could almost be considered like a "Take-Down" too, because of its removable, extendable butt piece, right? Seems it may even fit in the right sized, or shaped backpack or carry bag with the butt stock removed? Looking very forward to your thoughts on this! Have a great day, agw.
Ewerely Arevalo: Hi Rick: Would my benjamin marauder .25 cal hand pump be able to fill this hatsan at44 with different hose adaptors?
Jj Ash: I was pursuing the HW 100KT until a fellow shooter let me try his AT-44. Now I own one and HW is no longer on my list. At $400, this rifle, in my opinion, has the biggest bang for the buck. Rick, add an air stripper to this, load your mag with JSB Exacts and you'll be amazed.
Joel Nagy: Will the long version of this rifle be available?