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    Eitherway if it is or not a knock off of a Impact/Priest or whom won what ever…  I want/ed one but this $3800 + (with tax) for the FAC full power version if this is the true pricing it is a little to hard to swallow for a justified purchase.   We need official prices listed. 

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    I believe there is a Russian or Eastern European bullpup from  "Gorrillarifles" that seems to be very similar to what Daystate Delta Wolf that has been developed .  Very similar specs we will see… 

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    Hopefully that is not going to be the case. Based on past experiences, Daystate has always been more realistic with their timeline compared to most other manufacturers; I am almost certain that is going to be the case with this one as well. They have mentioned that two years of research and development has gone into this so I don't expect any delays with deliveries. Also AOA has also been very prompt or at least that has been my experience. 

    I hope  to see what evert the technology is, in more traditional looking rifles. I don't like tactical looking airguns. 

    Unless you think a BullPup is tradition then out of luck on this round.  Maybe future models of Daystate traditional long rifles will have this next generation Daystate tech on it.  

    Hope that two years of research pays off 'my fingers are crossed'.    🤞.  We Always need more competition to help push the industry further a head and justify the price of $2000+ rifles.  haha 

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    WOW… not much talk.   I assumed there would be more excitement for this new rifle even if 90% of all us air gunners will not be able afford one.  haha 

     

    Ok..OK… no talk wait and see I get it.  LOL 

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    I love mine but I do agree… those work great though clearly not cheap

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    What do you folks want to see on the new Daystate?  Make a list and post.  

     

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    No one seemed to really cover them via video just a small covering on HardairMagazine is all I can find.  

    Sneak peek for Daystate Delta Wolf was at shot show 2020 also and no video of that was shown that I can find.   Very odd.. 

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    I love my crickets…. They have been my most reliable air rifles I have had.  I refuse to let go of my 22 its just too darn accurate to let go.   

    Why did this not get covered by anyone at shot show?  Well at-least I did not see anything on it until today.  

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    OH Yes forgot about this is a must to accommodate heavier and longer lead projectiles 

    – Plenum Volume:  60cc   or more

    – Magazines that will excepted longer ammo

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    My ' DAYSTATE DELTA WOLF ' wish list :

     -Picatinny rail with 10-20 MOA,

    -Larger capacity magazine,

    -iInterchangeable barrel that's simple and robust,

    -Larger diameter shroud,

    -Removable carbon fiber air bottle,

    -Ambidextrous lever,

    -NOT TO have the butt plate so far back to help keep bullpup short (unlike Pulsar which added 3" or more to length) Jiminy Crickets it is a bullpup right?  haha

    -Oh yeah external adjustable regulator with Daystate fully adjustable electric trigger system with 10 or more power settings saved for 4 different calibers along with mulitple ammo per caliber

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    I love to try that bad girl out ( Rifle ) that is! lol  

    Next best thing would be more competition possibly for Daystate " Delta Wolf "  help keep prices tame….   well finger crossed!   😉

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    You can alway have a barrel pick up a .30 cal barrel and have it machined  down  like I did if not  you could be waiting months if not.  

    I had  25 cal fx barrel machined down to a 20" and proper diameter and worked with Donny FL to piece together his Leshiy shroud worked out great.  Now it was a spare barrel I had laying around that was never going to get used so clearly I made a project out of it for the Leshiy.   Though, for you unless you have a spare 30 cal barrel there are few good 30 cal barrels out there you can pick up and have machined down to what ever length and diameter to have fit.  It is pretty simple too retro a barrel for a Leshiy.

    cheers

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    So Steve aka "Dave" lol do you love or what… sounds like this was your first Edgun?

    An Edgun was my first high end air rifle and it just happen to be my last one I purchase as of late.  So yeah like the R. tanks

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    332.00

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    pretty rifle…  Sadly I must say I never have owned or shot an Air arms rifle maybe one day i will get to add one to my small collection.

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    Again LOL…  Just showing what we have to look forward  to.  Though, by the way a 1" sensors under $1000 is a big deal.   So who cares if this post exists… I guess any night hunters that has purchased a ATN sight or PULSAR but then I do not expect average day time folk to understand sensor size matters…  I will not hold against you…"Mr Chicken Sanders"   😉

     

     

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    good deal!  Im taking it that is a travel compressor.

     

     

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    I have to be honest, neither of those are particularly tempting. The SiOnyx website says 799$, which is an awful lot for a digital NV unit in this day and age. The TacCams look like they're about 200-500$. A bit better, but still quite a bit considering that they don't actually function as a weapon sight. 

    I'm mechanically inclined, so I use some version of this, which is about 80$. 
    https://www.aliexpress.com/item/Hot-New-Telescope-night-vision-Outdoor-Hunting-Optics-Sight-Binoculars-with-LCD-and-IR-Flashlight-not/32800066917.html

    Mine has a different design mount which I like better, but if you're able to fabricate things yourself, what you're paying for is the convenience of a system which has been built and works. It uses active IR, but that gives you the benefit of eye-shine as BeemanR7 noted, and also means you don't need to re-zero or switch optical systems or anything. All your DOPE and everything remains completely unchanged, and it does work in the daytime if for some reason you wanted to. 

    Quite frankly, I've seen ATN and PULSAR as having fallen fairly far behind in the whole digital NV world, and have been for quite some time. Their prices just make them not particularly competitive, the bugs (looking at you ATN) make them undesirable, and its all made in China anyway. *shrug* 

    LOL… Sorry some folks just make my laugh.

     Aurora 1" sensor in theory is 10 times better than ATN, Pulsar and your other nock off Rolaids 1/3 sensor unit.    I don't think we will find 1" sensors like the one which is in the Aurora or heck the Sony Alpha series cameras which is around $5000+ in a fully dedicated digital rifle scope under $1000 any time soon.   

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