Hatsan AT44-10 TACT Airgun
Hatsan AT44-10 TACT Airgun

Hatsan AT44-10 TACT Airgun

The Hatsan AT44-10 TACT Airgun is able to shoot high-density lead pellets with a muzzle velocity of up to 1,070 feet per second.

The Hatsan AT44-10 TACT Airgun is able to shoot high-density lead pellets with a muzzle velocity of up to 1,070 feet per second. Available in three calibers – .177cal (1070fps), .22cal (970fps), and .25cal (870fps) – this tactical airgun is able to reach such powerful velocities by utilizing a Pre-Charged Pneumatic (PCP) system. The PCP system incorporates a detachable 180cc air cylinder for 200 bar fill (3000 PSI) to shoot at incredible velocities with nearly zero recoil.

While the muzzle velocities of the AT44-10 TACT may be perceived as lower than other airgun manufacturers advertise, accuracy and energy upon impact are vastly superior. This is because Hatsan airguns are rated using heavier lead pellets while other manufacturers rate their airguns using lightweight alloy aluminum pellets. In fact, the use of alloy aluminum pellets in Hatsan airguns is not recommended, as their power can partially disintegrate lightweight pellets, greatly reducing their accuracy and effectiveness.

See more at http://www.hatsanusa.com/products-page/pcp-powered/at44-10-tact/.

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  • Andy

    As an owner of 2 of these Hatsan PCP’s(AT44.22 Pump Action, AT44 tact 1022), These are Not your Daddies Daisy’s.A fired H&N “Rabbit Stopper II” pellet @ 25gr,. will go through 4″ of seasoned Hardwood, and at 100yds I get 2.5″ groupings. This airgun will most definitely put down a feral Hog, Coyote, Fox, Racoon, Nutria, Jack-Rabbit’s, etc, etc,. 60 “Power” shots per air cylinder before you need to top it off, I can have just as much fun at the range, as the guy beside me shooting his .22L/R, and spend pennies next to his dollars. Try and Do That w/ your “Tactical” toilet seat.

  • Lessing

    Do NOT underestimate a proper working airgun….! Try to find the Story of the “Wind Rifles” of the old West. Even 150 years ago the Farmers went out to hunt with Windrifles in .36 and the (later on slaughtered) Native Indians were full of fear due to its quietness…..

  • ch

    ‘Tactical’ air-gun? F sakes, writers go too far. Tactical toilet seat?