Hatsan USA QuietEnergy Air Rifles

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posted on April 29, 2014
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Turkish air gun manufacturer Hatsan USA now offers an innovative QuietEnergy technology on select models imported to the United States. The system uses a fully shrouded barrel paired with an integrated sound moderator in the muzzle break to significantly reduce the noise generated by pre-charged pneumatic (PCP) rifles. Not only does it reduce noise, but it does so without diminishing the rifle’s muzzle velocity.

The new QuietEnergy feature is available for all calibers of the Galatian, BT65, AT44-10 Long, and AT44-10S air guns.

For more information on QuietEnergy technology, check out the video embedded below or go to HatsanUSA.com.

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