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my six daystates

Postby evohuntsman » 25 Mar 2015, 04:21

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just waiting for the wolverine E to complete my collection
Wolverine b .177
Wolverine c .22
Huntsman classic .22
Airwolf CDT .22
Airwolf mct tactical .177
Air ranger .177
HW100KT .177
Air Arms s410 .22
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Re: my six daystates

Postby Daystate Admin » 25 Mar 2015, 12:57

very nice indeed
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Re: my six daystates

Postby Bladerunner » 27 Jul 2015, 17:09

Really lovely looking rifles, you must spend ages deciding which to take out :) which do you recommend between them for occasional HFT and field shoot? I'm considering an Air Wolf or Wolverine B in .177.
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Re: my six daystates

Postby Signman » 24 Aug 2015, 18:13

Wow !
Airwolf Tactical .177 (Big Nikko) - Wolverine B .177 (Hawke Panarama) - Huntsman Classic .22 (MTC Mamba Lite) - HW100-KS .177 - HW99s .22 - HW99 IMP - HW30S .177 - HW45 .22 - Crosman 600 .22

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Re: my six daystates

Postby evohuntsman » 31 Oct 2015, 22:11

Bladerunner wrote:Really lovely looking rifles, you must spend ages deciding which to take out :) which do you recommend between them for occasional HFT and field shoot? I'm considering an Air Wolf or Wolverine B in .177.

it would be the Air ranger without a doubt in .177

super accurate and very consistent
Wolverine b .177
Wolverine c .22
Huntsman classic .22
Airwolf CDT .22
Airwolf mct tactical .177
Air ranger .177
HW100KT .177
Air Arms s410 .22
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Re: my six daystates

Postby Mantonflint » 01 Nov 2015, 22:31

An extensive collection you have there evohuntsman, your opinion of the Ranger is interesting, is it based on the "keep it simple" theory?
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Re: my six daystates

Postby evohuntsman » 04 Nov 2015, 12:12

Mantonflint wrote:An extensive collection you have there evohuntsman, your opinion of the Ranger is interesting, is it based on the "keep it simple" theory?


it is slightly based on the keep it simple theory but most importantly it is based on performance,
the Air ranger performs better than any of my rifles, its super accurate, reliable, (well was until the bottle seal went but I,ve replaced that now,) and shot count is decent, the only thing I prefer about the wolf is the electronic trigger,
it is pellet on pellet accurate and does not produce any bad groups at all with jsb 4.53,s this pellet has performed faultless with the rifle,
it is very user friendly, I,ve never had problems with the magazines causing accuracy problems, it basically is simple and performs how it say,s on the tin, its basically ,fill it up and off you go, I also think its a confidence thing, that's due to everything I point it at it doesn,t miss, it truelly is an excellent rifle and a rifle that I would never sell, I then place the airwolf a very close second and the wolverine b 3rd, what lets the wolverine down is the sweet spot on the rifle, they are not consistent enough and should have been made with a regulator because although its an excellent rifle it will not perform as well as the other two,
Wolverine b .177
Wolverine c .22
Huntsman classic .22
Airwolf CDT .22
Airwolf mct tactical .177
Air ranger .177
HW100KT .177
Air Arms s410 .22
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Re: my six daystates

Postby Mantonflint » 04 Nov 2015, 20:42

In complete agreement with your assessment of the Ranger, both my Daystates are eRifles (Mk3 and Wolf) The nearest I have to your Ranger is my main air rifle for pest control, an FAC Ripley AR5S built by Steve Wilkins. I have a couple of other Ripley's, all are regulated and give truly consistent accuracy and excellent shot count. From a 300BAR charge the sub twelve .22 XL9 gives towards 200 regulated shots.
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Re: my six daystates

Postby evohuntsman » 05 Nov 2015, 00:24

I noticed also in your sig that you have the cdt wolf, they are a superb rifle, the one I had was .22 and was I must admit effortless to use but I had to get rid to buy the wolverine b and c, the cdt in my eyes was one of the best rifles daystate have made, well after the mk3 anyway
Wolverine b .177
Wolverine c .22
Huntsman classic .22
Airwolf CDT .22
Airwolf mct tactical .177
Air ranger .177
HW100KT .177
Air Arms s410 .22
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Re: my six daystates

Postby Mantonflint » 05 Nov 2015, 08:33

The Wolf CDT was the reason I bought a Daystate (to experiance the electronic trigger system). Mine was built in 2008 and bought mint used. To date I have replaced the battery and probe O ring, it's very reliable and I always enjoy shooting it, I never sell any guns that I am happy with.
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