Daystate Groups in .177 from Airgun Advisor

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    Airgun Advisor
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    Happy Monday! Begin your week with a quick and interesting video on the Daystate Red Wolf. This is Part 2 of my Red Wolf Series and we are looking at how this rifle groups in .177! You will see an interesting result towards the end of the video. Don’t forget to subscribe! 

     

     

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    nomojo65
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    Curious, is that the HP version? Looks like the standard from video, very interested because would like to know if its the lw poly barrel or standard? And what velocity you were pushing those Redesigned’s at? Thanks

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    Spray1Mark
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    WOW! wasn't part one like 3 months ago LOL!

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    Spray1Mark it sure was. Sorry for the delay. I am just happy that I have found a way to contribute to this wonderful community with a bit of entertainment for all of you to enjoy and it sounds like you do. Thanks for watching and if I can find a faster way to provide content I will.

    Keep shooting and thanks for watching!

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    This is with the standard version shooting at just under 20 ft. lbs. (820ish ft per second). I really didn't expect the results I had and normally would never consider shooting a pellet this heavy at this speed. Decided to try it and it worked! So much so that I just bought a dozen tins for matches next summer.

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    JoeWayneRhea
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      Great Video and Info Buddy !!! Your videos keep getting better all the time !!!!!

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    Airgun Advisor
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    Thanks Joe! Tried spicing up my thumbnails just like you do. Thank you for all the work you put into this community! I'm looking forward to hanging out again this summer in Ohio if you can make it.

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    nomojo65
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    Thanks, good information, I’m finding similar preliminary results?, if I push them at around 830fps they seem very accurate (in my barrel anyway), but unfortunately to fast/ over 20ftlbs for competition!

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    SPAW
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    Heres the .177 HP performance at 50 yards shooting the 16gr beast at 900+ fps 

    bordering rimfire Accuracy!!!

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    Kdog
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    Are these poly barrels in the Red Wolf or regular Lothar Walther barrels.?

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    Centercut
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    @spaw, is this what Sandy shot to win the 50Y BR at EBR this year? Great shooting Ken. Looks like a world record score if it was shot in competition. 

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    Arzrover
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    Sandy's is the 177 HP and using 16 grain JSBs. Her results are similar to Ken's if she sorts the pellets.  It came doing 915 fps but seemed to be much better at longer ranges when we bumped it to 950.

    Very nice and easy to shoot rifle.  My .22 HP is much more difficult as people have discussed in other threads here… requiring a more firm and consistent hold.

    Bob 

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    Thanks Bob.  Being able to shoot just under 35 Fpe at 950 FPS accurately is a game changer. One guy at my club shoots open class with a USFT Poly barrel .177 using 16 grain Beast at 25M and almost always shoots over 740 even in swirling winds. Great combo. I'd like to see cards like those above shot at an actual 50Y BR competition! 

    Mike 

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    douger
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    wow

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    Kdog
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    So I'm going to assume the HP are poly barrels and the regular non HP red wolf is a regular lothar walther barrel. ?

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