AEAC Video – Daystate Red Wolf FULL Tuning Guide (electric)

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    … some head turning discoveries thus far folks,

    162 shots at 30 fpe

    278 shots at 23 fpe

    419 shots at 19 fpe

    40+ fpe capable

    custom 38 fpe x 45 shot tune provided

    … ALL in .177 caliber 😵

    Steve

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    Sell682
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    Well done Steve !

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    harrymoreland
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    40ft lbf !, your gonna need a bigger boat, no sorry, your gonna need some heavier slugs..

    I predict 2021 as the year of high power .177 slugs.

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    asannella
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    another geat one Steve

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    E.Grinspon
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    Mr. Steve,

         Thank you for another informative video. After watching this, I now truly see why the Redwolf

    was given the honor of being called "The Ferrari of Airguns." I've been a fan of Ferraris most

    of my life, and was skeptical as to whether this product would actually be worthy of such a title.

    So my conclusion? If you can keep my attention with a .177, then you have something

    special; and you did. I'm not big on electronic airguns, but this is truly impressive. I 

    can easily see why people have chosen this investment as a competition tool; and 

    another Minelli masterpiece. Be well. – Ethan G.

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    Penry
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    Great video. I didn't realize how electronic those are. Pretty crazy, and the accuracy is amazing. I just wish they were a little more affordable. That shot count though…

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    Sephroth_I_am
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    Unreal Steve!! Good news for us .177s.

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    Tattoos05
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    Great video as always! Love the color of the stock.

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    Nathrall
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    Amazing!

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    psycho62
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    That airgun is amazing ,truly a tuner dream for sure. Shot count is awesome

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    psycho62
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    How about the new Delta Wolf, just seen the new video from AOA and it is beyond amazing. I can not wait to see more from the Delta Wolf

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    Spray1Mark
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    Streve can you PLEASE hurry with the full review of the Redwolf .177 HP, I have watched the first video 5 times already and the suspense is killing me!

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    ImpalaBob
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    My wife was really digging the Red Wolf. I was very impressed with the power numbers for a .177 rifle. Absolutely appreciate all the work that you put into a review!

    I am the President of a Sportsmen's Club and if you are ever in South Eastern PA, my 25, 50, and 100 yard range is at your disposal! LOL THANKS!!!

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    Hoggnutz
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    Just WOW!!!

     

    Hogg

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    Michael
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    PopGunPappy
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    Wow, Now that's a .177 

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    gillneter
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    very nice, a bit pricey but im sure worth it

     

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    cklein
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    Great Video!!! Just wish it was a bit cheaper.  I just got into PCPs and am very impressed with this one!

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    fredy159
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    You know it like Steve mentioned about the 177 not many people really don’t take notice of the lower caliber pellet rifles but since I was a kid I’ve always had a 177 be a Crossman A gamo Or even a daisy And now just a couple of months ago I had the privilege to pick up and FX dream line tactical in a 177 caliber absolutely amazing with the adjustability and the different gram pallets that you can use. Game changer

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    kalkin
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    Aloha from Hawaii, Steve.

    Just watched your great review of the Red Wolf. Thanks for all you do.  Regarding your comment about needing a UK power adapter, here's some info you may find useful. You probably don't need an adapter, just a different supply plug.

    If you look closely at the sticker on the charger, it states that the input voltage is 85-240 VAC. This means that it will automatically adjust to supply voltages between those ranges. Looking at your picture, it appears to have an IEC C8 inlet which means it should accept an IEC C7 cable, like this one from Amazon. You probably already have one lying around the house as many appliances come with them. 

    Cheers and thanks again for all that you do for us.

     

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