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Daystate Pulsar released

Postby Daystate Admin » 20 Jan 2015, 17:42

Daystate Pulsar is here what do you think


I like it !
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Re: Daystate Pulsar released

Postby stryder5 » 20 Jan 2015, 17:56

Unsure at mo, might grow on me, I thought it would be bullpup like hybrid.
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Re: Daystate Pulsar released

Postby 18 Wheeler » 20 Jan 2015, 17:59

Bit of a slab-sided beast aesthetically speaking! And £2000 for the initial limited edition (£1800 rrp for regualr models)
is a bit of a stinger http://www.airgunmagazine.co.uk/news/da ... lled-that/

Looks aside, other issues with bullpups IMO:
-awkward position of the cocking mech,
-high sightline/tall gives a "unique" balance,
-and compromised cheek position...

...the scope rail is something of a concern being part mounted on the action and then on the barrel shroud at the front. Depends a bit on the engineering and exact details/materials used but it's an area that may create accuracy/POI issues? We'll see in time.

Good luck, but I won't be buying one. Doubtless there'll be a regular style version along eventually which may attract a wider audience?

Length 780mm (30 ins)
Cylinder Capacity 300cc
Weight 3.8kg (8.2 lbs)
Calibre .177, .22
Loading Sidelever/electronic
Magazine 10 shot rotary or single shot via tray
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Re: Daystate Pulsar released

Postby itsray » 20 Jan 2015, 18:05

Looks brilliant and a no doubt will be a market leader. However it is electronic and as such not for me because I prefer the more traditional mechanical type. :)
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Re: Daystate Pulsar released

Postby Andy116133 » 20 Jan 2015, 18:06

Love it lets hope they make it in the 303 version was just about to purchase the kalibrgun in.35 but will be buying this for sure.
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Re: Daystate Pulsar released

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Re: Daystate Pulsar released

Postby Wolverine177 » 20 Jan 2015, 18:25

Not for me chef, I'm full. When I was serving in the Army our bull pup weapons were awesome for close quarter battle but the most feared man on the battlefield is the sniper, give me a multi adjustable long range highly accurate rifle any day.
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Re: Daystate Pulsar released

Postby Airborne2503 » 20 Jan 2015, 18:41

Being an ex-sniper myself I found the most feared man on the BF was an infanteer with a pair of balls and a bayonet.....
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Re: Daystate Pulsar released

Postby cliveo » 20 Jan 2015, 18:59

well that's a bit different and unexpected, for me anyway :shock: very nice though but....
£1800/£2000 err no :roll:
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Re: Daystate Pulsar released

Postby Reddenning » 20 Jan 2015, 19:09

Sorry to say not my cup of tea looks wise. It would need to be a really top performer and in FAC before I'd want to consider this. Personally if I was looking for a Bull Pup I prefer a tactical looking package with all synthetic rather than a half timbered design particularly a laminated one which is better suited to a sporting stock IMO where it can be shown to max advantage. A combination of wood and plastic just looks rather bity Morris Minor Traveller of a gun as if the wood's there to give the nice wow factor looks but the difficult design issues have had to be solved with plastic mouldings. Particularly the pistol grip looks like a pistol has been buried in there.
I think Bull Pup's are all about handling for hunting rather than being militaristic bling.

I was really hoping that this rifle might turn out to be the cylinder design the Wolverine should have been with the all wood sporting stock and electronic regulation so really it's a disappointment though as far as the DS range is concerned a BP design is the most sensible hole to fill.

I'd be interested to know what market research DS did as they claim to be well connected to their customer base but recent new products I think have missed the mark.
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