Daystate Delta Wolf…?

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    ctshooter
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    I've been trying to think of a airgun that has been using electric and mechanical control systems as I know this is not new. It took a while, but finally remembered the Morini line of 10m match pistol with the electric trigger have been using a regulated cylinder and electric firing for some time now.

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    sgtBunny
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    No biggie.  I'm sure we have all done similar at one time or another.

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    Ronin001
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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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    Ronin001
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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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    nomojo65

    I didn’t word it well I guess, but I’m admitting that my impact is equal to or better than my red wolf!, and I was saying basically nothing could beat Daystate’s electric firing cycle, nothing against edosan or any other members.   I Just learned a important point know what your talking about before you open your mouth! I’m taking a break….

    jaja sorry just getting back from a hunting recon trip (Red Deer) no luck but the place is awesome. No worries, I get what you mean. No sorrys accepted! jaja 

    For me and so far (I have not test all), the best 2 airguns I have tested  are the FX Impact and the RedWolf HP, no doubt about it, both have some good and some bad, and that is why I am so excited about the Delta. That one have the potential of been a HELL of a gun! … sadly in the US …. FX vs DAYSTATE is getting too political. :( 

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    Macros
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    nomojo65

    I didn’t word it well I guess, but I’m admitting that my impact is equal to or better than my red wolf!, and I was saying basically nothing could beat Daystate’s electric firing cycle, nothing against edosan or any other members.   I Just learned a important point know what your talking about before you open your mouth! I’m taking a break….

    jaja sorry just getting back from a hunting recon trip (Red Deer) no luck but the place is awesome. No worries, I get what you mean. No sorrys accepted! jaja 

    For me and so far (I have not test all), the best 2 airguns I have tested  are the FX Impact and the RedWolf HP, no doubt about it, both have some good and some bad, and that is why I am so excited about the Delta. That one have the potential of been a HELL of a gun! … sadly in the US …. FX vs DAYSTATE is getting to political. :( 

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    Agreed on all points!

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    sgtBunny
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    I am excited to see what Daystate comes out with; however, since they have already said they will not make a .35 version, I will stuck with the Impact.   Ok, ok, ok go ahead and bash me for the .35 but I do not care, that is what I want.  I will lost likely buy a .30 barrel with it so I can compete with it.

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    Ronin001
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    What do you folks want to see on the new Daystate?  Make a list and post.  

     

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    Hande
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    AoA blog:

    The Delta Wolf has been designed from the ground up to be the genesis of a new evolution for the PCP air rifle, says Daystate. The company also released a summary of some key features as follows:

    • Multi-caliber capabilities (.177, .22 cal., .25 cal and .30 caliber). Pre-set factory tunes for each caliber makes changing calibers easier than ever.
    • Customer tuning customization included without the need for a separate tool.
    • Huma regulated with computer interface and control for maximum power and shot count.
    • Newly-designed high capacity magazine system.
    • Daystate A.R.T. barrels. Two lengths available plus dedicated slug barrels. AoA experts have been involved in the development of this, as we’ve covered in this blog previously
    • Higher power output than previous Daystate models.
    • AR-15 compatible components.
    • Patent protected technology.

    That’s all we know about the Daystate Delta Wolf right now. There’s obviously a lot more news to come at the full launch in Germany in March.

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    Ronin001
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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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    Technoman
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    What I wanna see is marketing not so far ahead of availability that I lose interest and move on………and I hate the term "pre-order"…..but definitely on my radar….

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    BabakThn
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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. 

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    BabakThn

    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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    Ronin001
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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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