Integrated Sound Moderator
QuietEnergy Sound moderator in muzzle break
for reduced down-range noise
- 10- shot, manual loading, side lever action, pre-charged pneumatic (PCP) air rifle.
- QuietEnergy fully shrouded barrel and Integrated Sound Moderator - Approximately 50% Quieter.
- Precision rifled choked barrel for accuracy.
- Available in .177 (4.5 mm), .22 (5.5 mm) and .25 (6.35 mm) caliber.
- Genuine Turkish walnut ambidextrous stock with montecarlo cheekpiece.
- Elevation & fit angle adjustable rubber butt pad.
- Detachable 10-shot rotary magazine in .177 (4.5 mm) and .22 (5.5 mm) calibers and 9-shot rotary magazine in 25 (6.35 mm) caliber.
- Includes one additional magazine.
- Detachable steel air cylinder tube (180cc). Spare cylinders are available.
- Built-in pressure gauge on the air cylinder to monitor the cylinder pressure.
- Includes quick-fill nozzle & air cylinder discharging cap.
- Dovetail groove receiver for both 11 mm and 22 mm scope mounts.
- Overall blued finish, black anodized receiver.
- Manual & Automatic Safety.
- “Anti-double pellet feed” mechanism preventing more than one pellet loading into barrel.
- Patented anti-knock system to prevent gas wastage when rifle is knocked or bounced.
- Quattro Trigger: 2-stage full adjustable match trigger for trigger travel and trigger load.
- Gold plated metal trigger & metal trigger guard.
- Long version available (AT44W-10 Long) with 230 cc air cylinder tube, 58cm barrel and 100 fps (30 m/s) more muzzle velocity.
* Above maximum muzzle velocity figures may differ depending on the pellet weight & shape.
* The energy restriction of a particular country can be achieved by the reduction in the muzzle velocity. The above maximum velocity figures are obtained when there is no energy restriction on the air rifle and when measured at optimum pressure value in the air tube. As a nature of PCP air rifles the velocity starts low at maximum pressure level in the air tube, then starts to increase and gets to the maximum at optimum pressure value in the air tube; and then it starts to decrease again as the pressure in the air cylinder gets too low.