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Daystate Renegade

Postby CORKY » 12 Feb 2016, 13:42

Daystate home page announces details of the Renegade bullpup, with pictures....
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Re: Daystate Renegade

Postby evohuntsman » 13 Feb 2016, 02:33

yep,, another total waste of time and effort from daystate,, what on earth are they thinking ? a mechanical pulsar which still costs over a grand yet it is not even regulated ?.

when will daystate start to think about us UK devotee,s ? this is aimed yet again at the American market and it will sell but for £300 more you can buy the electronic version,

its a shame really because I,m really looking forward to seeing what the shot string is like because if its anything like my wolverine b + c then I think it will be doomed,
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
Evolution20 nightvision
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Re: Daystate Renegade

Postby grumpyoldman » 13 Feb 2016, 09:03

Daystate again think the name is enough to double the price
they make the compatto for half the price but label it Brocock
What boils my piss is Tony B saying on camera they dont want to de value the Daystate brand
So the compatto made in the same factory is labeled Brocock !
now stick a 50p electrical switch on a mechanical non regulated rifle and charge £1300 !!!!!
If it had been in £ 800/900 band i may have considered it and had a decent stock made
There are many better hand built bullpups coming out of europe for similar money
Vulcan tactical adjustable cheek piece and butpad regulated and does not look like a cheap star wars prop !!
Once again within hours of release Ds are getting pulled apart across the forums
Ah well much as i wanted to buy another daystate i doubt i ever will again
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Re: Daystate Renegade

Postby cornish kev » 13 Feb 2016, 14:50

I was hoping for a MK4 replacement never mind get to keep my others for longer.
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Re: Daystate Renegade

Postby Mantonflint » 13 Feb 2016, 18:28

cornish kev wrote:I was hoping for a MK4 replacement never mind get to keep my others for longer.

On a new rifle, what would you look for that would be an improvement on your Mk4 Kev?
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