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HW 44 pistol----was over on the Weihrauch site and noticed

July 15 2017 at 6:22 PM
michael wolfram  (Login marflow)

this new pistol
a little bit space age in looks has good FAC power, shot count seem a little low but an interesting new entry for us pistol shooters



take care

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(Login arbiter17)

Neat looking

July 15 2017, 7:33 PM 

and I'm sure that it's quite capable, but not self contained unfortunately.

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(Login willy1)

Looks like you could cut that bottom stuff off and screw the hw

July 15 2017, 8:52 PM 

100 tube in it?[linked image]

This message has been edited by willy1 on Jul 15, 2017 9:10 PM

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michael wolfram
(Login marflow)

i agree it is a bit of a garbage wagon and a departure

July 16 2017, 4:38 AM 

from what HW has ever offered
if the UK pricing was correct it going to be in $650.00 range
so they could have cleaned up the look in my view but it is new, so time will tell

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(Login daveshoot)

Interesting but fugly

July 16 2017, 10:02 AM 

I will not be first in line for this one, but thanks for bringing it to my attention.

It looks big and loud. It appears to be over 13" long, and is designed to accept a moderator. So you would have to add that to the cost, and the length, if that's important.

The top and bottom rails might be handy. They could have done that without the whole tacticool treatment. I really don't care for the ungainly look of this pistol.

At the price you stated plus the accessory, you could nearly get a couple Marauder pistols with integrated suppression, or a couple-three AirMaxes (to compare to guns I am familiar with), so I would have a hard time justifying one of these. I hope it shoots really well, and it probably does, being an HW.

Hope someone here gets one and writes it up!

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(Login gubb33ps)

Didn't even got use to the looks of the HW 110....

July 16 2017, 10:30 AM 

...and they pistolized it.

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(Login CuomoSux)

"Repeater" is a misnomer.

July 17 2017, 10:28 AM 

That HW 44 is a bolt-action pistol. Not a repeater. It requires a second hand to cock the hammer, index the magazine, and load each round.

As such, the SW 78 and 79 series are as fast and as accurate.
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The Benjamin MRod pistol is all that at half the cost of the HW.
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HW 44 looks OK, but at that price would rather it had a true repeater action like the millions of CO2-based 1911 clones out there shooting 6mm plastic or .177BBs.
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Heck, the Crosman 600 design in .22 is nearly 60 years old...
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and the actual repeater pistol was designed in 1892 by a German company.
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Its not like HW does not have a long history of innovation from which to draw for a true repeater.

You cannot shortcut relevancy. HW needs to get back in the game from the top.

"If you don't advance design, all you do is muddy the water." KW-2017

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(Login garczar)

Re: &quot;Repeater&quot; is a misnomer.

July 18 2017, 8:47 AM 

I thought any gun that can be fire multiple times without reloading can be called a repeater? Bolt-action, lever-action, single/double-action can all be a repeater.

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