Note: For International Buyers. Please Read These Notes Throughly And Follow Any Instructional Advice. Hatsan like many but not all other air rifle manufactures, have over the years used a number of sizes & materials for the production of their air pressure reservoir cylinders. To complicate matters a little further they have also used these different tubes on models of the same name. Therefore it is very important that you check the. 2: Manufacture Date, which can normally be found laser etched on to the side wall of the air reservoir cylinder or the end filler cap. 3: Is the reservoir Ferrous (Magnetic) or Non Ferrous (Alloy – Non Magnetic). 4: Most importantly measure and double check the internal diameter I. Note: We have seen Flash QE / Hydra QE Wood & Synthetic in both Steel 30mm I. & Alloy 26.60mm I. Air Reservoir Tubes, as we think people have customised and swapped reservoirs around and so please measure the Internal Diameter I. Below are Options 1 to 5 based upon air pressure reservoir cylinders internal diameter I. Please read the options notes carefully along notes 1 to 4 above. Option 1: These regulators are for 23.50mm I. Steel (Ferrous Magnetic) reservoir tubes. These are nominal 28.00mm Outside Diameter O. In production from Oct 2007, still in production as of 2023. WE have only ever seen these in use on: Hatsan Pistols: AT-P1 or AT-P2 Series. Option 2: These regulators are for 26.00mm I. In production from Oct 2007 the start, still in production as of 2023. WE have only ever seen these in use upon: Hatsan Rifles: AT44 Series (Carnivore), The Bullboss, Trophy, Hunter & Hammerli Pneuma & Pneuma Elite 10 Option 3: These regulators 26.60mm I. Alloy (Non Magnetic) reservoir tubes. These are nominal 35.20mm Outside Diameter O. In production from late 2017 early 2018 still in production 2023. We have seen these mainly on the list below. Hatsan Rifles: FLASH, FLASH PUP, FLASH S, FLASH W. FLASH PUP-S, FLASH PUP-S QE (Synthetic) Hydra BT65, BT65 Carnivore, BT65SB, BT65SB QE, BT65SB-W, BT65SB Elite, BT65SB Elite QE Galatians 1-2-3-4, Galatian Tactical Gladius Option 4: These regulators 27.00mm I. These are nominal 31.75mm Outside Diameter O. In production from Oct 2007 to late 2017 early 2018. These were used just on guns below manufactured 2007 to late 2017. Hatsan Rifles: BT65 Series BT65 Carnivore Galatians 1-2-3-4 Gladius Option 5: These regulators 30.00mm I. In production late 2019 to present for some FLASH, VECTIS, HYDRA Wood & Synthetic models these are 35.20mm O. As we have seen these in combo with gun in Options 3. What Is In The Kit? 1:’Lancet’ Mk9 Regulator 2: Outlet Valve Spring / Packers (3a: Transfer Port Drill – Cal & Power Dependant) 3: A Complete Spare O-Ring Seals Kit 4: Sachet of Silicone O-Ring Grease What Calibre Is It Suitable For? It can be used in all calibers Yes. 25 9mm What Pressure Is The Regulator Set At? Each regulator is pre-tested and adjusted to suit your project. Yes: Can Be adjusted 30bar – to – 150bar. Is this product available world wide? For far more details upon this series of regulators as well as for the most informative and comprehensive information upon airgun regulators available in anywhere world wide view all the relevant videos & FAQ’s upon Lane Regulators. Before you order, please be aware: The word Regulator is used in reference to this product being a Pressure Regulator and not a Power Regulator or tool for Adjusting Power Higher. The Regulator will only keep an airguns power FT LBS / Joules to the power at which it has already been – tuned to – at a – set working pressure. A Regulator, no matter what make or model, is nothing more or less than a very simple and basic pressure switch, which opens and closes to keep air pressure at the outlet valve near to a constant pressure down to its set working pressure. If you are unsure what a regulator is or the purpose of its function, there is an in depth article on’What Is A Regulator’ on the company manuals page. So like in the Article on the web page’What Is A Regulator’ please don’t think that purchasing a regulator is an easy or simply fix for many woes. You should full understanding what an air regulator is, what it does and its principles of operation, along with those of your PCP and how they work and interact together. Before you order, please be aware: Lane Regulators and other associated products are aimed at and for the gunsmith / airgun professional / serious enthusiast whom has both Machinery & Fitting Knowledge as well as practical experience of problem solving, in particularly air leaks (All items are tested prior to dispatch) whom ideally has their own or access to tools and workshop facilities. We do not know / judge you or your third parties skill set or the facilities available to you / them. This is yours decision to take. Many models of airgun vary slightly from country to country across the globe, and in some instances from batch to batch. All the manuals for pressure adjustment, stripping down, servicing and general maintenance are available as PDF Downloads upon the companies manuals page. Lane Regulators are both sturdy and robust in design and will last a lifetime if looked after carefully. They are designed to be simple to service and maintain consisting of only three parts, of which two are working parts and only one moving part which engages with just two O-rings.. This item is in the category “Sporting Goods\Hunting\Hunting Accessories\Other Hunting Accessories”. The seller is “airregulators” and is located in this country: GB. This item can be shipped worldwide.
- Tubes I.D. Option.: Opt 1: 23.50mm
- Pressure Output.: High Pressure.
- Sub-Type: Air Pressure Regulator
- Brand: Hatsan Air Rifle
- Type: Air Rifle Pressure Regulator
- Material: Metal
- MPN: Hatsan AT44
- Country/Region of Manufacture: United Kingdom
- Colour: As Machined