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For 2020, Daystate announces the next edition in this time-honoured line-up: the Huntsman Revere – an aptly-named sidelever version that will sit alongside the popular bolt-action Regal.
Sidelever actions are especially popular with shooters of higher-powered air rifles because the system greatly reduces cocking effort. And, thanks to further developments of the Huntsman’s patented hammer and valve system, along with the inclusion of a HUMA-Air Regulator, the Revere offers up to 40 ft/lbs of muzzle energy (in .25 calibre), with high-power performance up to 18 and 30 ft/lbs also available from .177 and .22 models respectively.
DAYSTATE’S NEW HUNTSMAN REVERE RETAINS THE MODELS ICONIC LINES…BUT INCLUDES MANY NEW UPGRADES
Additionally, the Revere sports a new-look breech and an action optimised to work with an all-new gate-loading self-indexing magazine system, which itself sports an even greater payload in .177 and .22 calibres. And included in the Revere package is Daystate’s latest single-shot loading tray for those not after the speedy re-loads offered by a magazine.
Of course, standing alongside the Revere model’s upgrades are all the features that have made the Huntsman the benchmark of PCP sporter design. Features like a shrouded match-grade barrel– two-stage adjustable trigger and its magnificent sporter stock that cradles a lower-seated action to maximise handling.
Also available in ‘true’ left-hand configuration (with left-hand cocking lever and magazine access), the new Huntsman Revere takes the world’s most iconic sporter to a whole new level.
PRICE - £1119.99
The Delta Wolf heralds the birth of a new family of electronic precharged pneumatic (PCP) airguns for the decade ahead. The advent of this technology truly reinforces Daystate’s reputation as maker of the world’s most advanced airguns. Nothing like Delta Wolf has been attempted in either the airgun – or firearm – worlds before.
HUNTSMAN REGAL HR
The contemporary Huntsman maintains all the features airgunners have come to expect from a PCP bearing the famous Daystate marque, from its shrouded match-grade barrel, through its snap-fit filling system and integral pressure gauge, to its solid breech block that accepts Daystate’s proven 10-shot rotary magazine. The mag can be replaced with the supplied single-shot tray for direct-to-barrel loading if preferred, too.
Courtesy of its Harper patent Slingshot hammer and valve system, the Huntsman is capable of performance levels hitherto unachievable in a mechanically-driven PCP, and higher power versions in the Regal line produce muzzle energies up to 30 ft/lbs, or 40 ft/lbs on the extended-cylinder XL model.
Indeed, it makes the perfect chassis for the latest variant – the HR Huntsman Regal. Incorporating an air regulator designed in collaboration with Dutch pneumatic specialist Huma, the HR model improves the Regal’s already consistent velocity, and extends its shots-per-charge count up to 70%.
The Regal – proclaiming its rightful accession to bear the Huntsman’s famous crown.
PRICE - £1049.99 (£879.99 un regulateded version)
DAYSTATE WOLVERINE RED WOLF
The all-new Red Wolf holds the mantel for the most advanced PCP sporter in the world - and for good reason. A breath-taking picture of elegance on the outside, secreted within its sidelever-operated, computerised action lies the very latest electronic MCT technology developed from the Pulsar program. It comes in both standard and Hi-Power models, the latter including a .303 calibre version for big-bore fans.
Digitally regulated for a super consistent high shot-count, and sporting a trigger that incorporates adjustability of both release and finger placement, the Red Wolf delivers match-like accuracy at the very extremes of airgun ranges. Its masterfully sculpted stock sandwiches soft red undertones between its black laminates, although a walnut version is also available for traditionalists. However it’s dressed though, its ambidextrous design caters for a perfect gunfit courtesy of a butt pad and raised cheekpiece, both fully adjustable.
Aiding the Red Wolf’s user-friendly handling is a lightweight carbon-fibre bottle (though a steel option is available), above which sits a fully-shrouded carbon barrel that helps mute the muzzle report in the field. And, of course, the Red Wolf’s new sidelever design marries effortless cocking with speedy loading courtesy of Daystate’s latest generation, auto-indexing magazine. In looks, handling and performance, the new Red Wolf is pure airgun artistry.
PRICE - WALNUT B-TYPE £2099.99
WALNUT HI LITE £2119.99
LAMINATE B-TYPE £2199.99
LAMINATE HI LITE £2299.99
DAYSTATE WOLVERINE R
The Wolverine lineage has now been extended to include an air-regulated action and sidelever cocking.
Offering all the time-proven attributes of the Wolverine 2 and now including the availability of a grey laminate or walnut thumbhole stock, the new R model swaps a cocking bolt for the in-vogue sidelever cocking system, increasing yet further the appeal of this very versatile PCP. Additionally, the sidelever can be switched from right-side operation to left, further building upon the ambidextrous design of the thumbhole stock.
And, of course, that R suffix denotes this rifle’s piece-de-resistance - its regulator. Developed especially for Daystate in partnership with the internationally renowned Dutch regulator specialist, Huma, the measured air control that it brings to the R’s action brings a host of benefits. Not only does it maximise shot-to-shot consistency as the rifle cycles through its usable air charge, but downrange accuracy is also improved. Furthermore, a greater number of shots are returned per fill-up - a big advantage on the Hi-Power and 303 models, which will return around 100 per cent more shots than the standard Wolverine 2 courtesy of the Huma’s highly efficient use of air.
PRICE -LAMINATE C-TYPE - £1599.99
WALNUT C-TYPE - £1539.99
WALNUT B-TYPE - £1599.99
WALNUT HI LITE - £1699.99
LAMINATE B-TYPE - £1649.99
LAMINATE HI LITE - £1759.99
Perhaps the ultimate in field target hardware, the newly-released Daystate Tsar is a match-ready, full-on FT rifle developed in collaboration with top Russian match-shooting partnership, Ataman/Demyan. It continues Daystate’s rich laegacy of match-winning FT models for shooters who compete at the highest national and international level of airgunning’s most challenging outdoor target shooting discipline.
Uncompromising in every area of its highly-sophisticated action, the Tsar includes features like a five-level adjustable, multi-sear trigger system that’s controlled by a multi-adjustable blade, and a high-precision, match-grade stainless steel Lothar Walther barrel. Its sidelever cocking system also allows for dry-firing practice, where you can fine-tune your trigger technique without actually firing off a shot.
Designed to maximise shooter control, the stock that cradles the Tsar’s action is every bit as state of the art. Constructed in laminate to eliminate any stresses imparted between wood and metalwork during the rifle’s charge cycle, its thumbhole design is crafted with both form and function in mind. Boasting an array of multi-adjustable features – including its anatomical grip/palm rest, cheekpiece and butt pad – to achieve a tailor-made gunfit, every conceivable benefit is brought to the shooter, whether faced with a sitting, prone, kneeling or standing shot.
The Tsar – designed and built without compromise to be an unashamed trophy-winning machine.
PRICE - £2259.99
WOLVERINE MK2 B TYPE & HI-LITE
Developed over an unprecedented seven-year development program, the Wolverine2 was first launched in 2012 as a unique 303 calibre airgun with the 12 and 30 foot pound versions being launched a year later. Three years on Daystate, as is their normal practice, have ‘refreshed’ the design and an updated Wolverine2 2 was shown to the trade for the first time at the January 2017 Shot show in Las Vegas alongside the Saxon Limited Edition.
Almost every part of the rifle has seen some small and subtle improvements over what has already proven to be a successful and reliable design. A new core valve assembly taken from the Pulsar and Renegade, which improves airflow for a much larger shot count as well as making the rifle easier to service. Changes to the breech block design gives a more family look - quite like the design used on the highly popular Daystate Pulsar. A completely new stock from stock maestro Gary Canes’ Techwood Design studio, surely the most famous airgun stock designer in the world - being the chief architect here, with some further input from the chief designer of Minelli. While they were about it the 3D butt pad used on the Pulsar was incorporated to add a new level of adjustability.
The latest Wolverine2 is slightly shorter than the original version and the centre of gravity moved rearwards for a better balance. Here, Daystate are making an already good design better as well as easier to shoot. Improvements incorporated into the latest batches of the match-grade German Walther barrel are included in the new rifle, with Daystates’ Tony Belas joking that barrel costs of their high end rifles are getting close to the total manufacturing cost of some of the more eastern airgun manufacturers. Accuracy on a Daystate rifle is always a given, but the Company are keen to build on this wherever possible.
In all a superb upgrade to a gun that was already a delight to shoot.
Daystate developed the big bore sporting rifle in response to great demand from airgun hunters world wide.
Enter the 0.303 calibre Wolverine2
In addition to packing a 303 calibre punch the multishot Wolverine2 is also unique in featuring gun handling and safety’s that will be more familiar to firearm shooters such as a bolt open safety a resettable safety catch plus a pressure system that prevents the rifle chambering more than one bullet at a time.
Why a Daystate big bore air rifle ?
Airgun hunters have for a long time, enjoyed the benefits of using an air rifle to take small game, and for pest control.
Airguns are unique, with low cost of ammunition, the potential for lower power outputs than firearms making them safer within buildings and hazardous locations, and less environmental impact (noise).
Until now, airgun hunters wishing to hunt for medium sized game have had to change to full bore rifles or shotguns.
With the introduction of the Wolverine2 303 there is now an airgun alternative !
Featuring a new specially designed .303 airgun bullet, the Wolverine2 303 with its 5 shot rotary magazine and muzzle energy of up to 100 ft lbs is more than capable of taking larger game species at sensible airgun ranges.
The Wolverine2 "B" Type encompasses all the new design features of the "303" but in the more usual airgun calibres of 0.177 and 0.22. It also utilises the 400cc or 500cc bottle type air reservoir giving high shot capacity when set at 12 ft/lbs muzzle energy (up to 350 shots in 0.22 with 500cc bottle)
The "C" Type is the 12 foot pounds cylinder version of the Daystate Wolverine2 available in .177 and .22 calibres.
Distinctive on the new version is the fore-end piece, made from high performance PA66 (ballistic) polyester. The fore end also incorporates a 23mm picatinny rail for accessories. The rifle is pictured with an optional tactical bipod and sling swivel which are also available from Daystate.
The Wolverine2 C type features a (200cc) aluminium air tube.
SHOTS - C type 140 .22/110 .177, B type 200 .177 /250 .22 with 400cc bottle
LENGTH - 928mm (42")
WEIGHT - 2.7kg (7.4 lbs)
CALIBRE - .177, .22
STOCK - WALNUT
- C TYPE - £1379.99
- B TYPE ALLOY - £1429.99
- B TYPE HI LITE CARBON - £1539.99