Reply To: Daystate Pulsar power re-programming question
They were onto something with the Airwolf MVT. That thing was adjustable in the extreme – up there with the crown and impact (although lower max power and no caliber change of course), but easier, could be done on the fly and was available many years earlier. Just input the exact FPS you wanted on the side screen, fire three or four calibration shots with your pellet of choice and off you went. Chrony was seriously precise and ensured a tiny extreme spread-mine was 5 over over 140 shots in .22. One of my biggest airgun regrets is selling mine to ‘get something new’. Dumbest move I ever made.
Pity the chrony wire was so easy to break, causing people to whine and whine, and Daystate to ditch the tech rather than idiot proof it… sigh. No idea why. Probably a decision made by their accountants and actuaries. Wish they’d bring it back!
Of course now they can sell a stupid little tuning computer instead…