Daystate Pulsar HP .25 Video Review by AEAC

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    AEAC
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    Have a great weekend everyone & enjoy!
    Steve

    MOD EDIT: merged with pics 

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    Michael
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    Here’s some pics I pulled off of AEAC’s fb page to compliment the video review .

    I personally shot this gun a few months ago on a hunting trip.  I landed the two longest shots, starlings at 92 & 98 yards.  The bullpup itself is a bit heavy… but its a real tack driver. 

    Pulsar HP .25 shown in “synthetic.” Expect 55 electronically regulated shots with a standard deviation of just 7 fps

    Throw is not actuating a spring, it’s tripping a sensor

    Electronic trigger is wonderful in every way

    Anti-cant level comes standard

    Integrated accessory rail 

    Filming the GCU programming scene. One camera on me & the cocking arm, the other two on trigger & information center (the 3 bits the operator uses to talk to the gun)

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    shutik
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    Nice, also the cheek comb and cocking handle are easily reversible for the lefty.

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    Crusher
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    Comes close to convincing me to buy one. I’ve almost pulled the trigger (pun intended) a couple of times. But went for a second Wildcat in 177 instead.  :)

    Crusher
     

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    Bennett
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    Looking forward to Steve’s video.

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    hawkeye69
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    Just watched, I want one.

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    Maineiac
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    Been waiting all day for this! Thanks Steve.

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    Saltlake58
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    Excellent review!  Thank you!  Does shoot well for a $2200 gun.  I’d expect nothing less.

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    Glem.Chally
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    Nice review Steve,  thanks. 

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    CampFussell
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    Wow, those hundred yd shots were great. Thanks for all the hard work Steve!
     

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    striker76
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    The daystate is defiently a powerhouse , but i like others will never have the chance to get one, they are just to expennsive. they shoot like a lazer, and hit like a center tackle. it would be a hnor to have one but it just wont happen unless i win the lottery. but that wont happen:( but for price with all the extras and accuracey yeah it would be a gun that anyone would love to adfd to there collection, even me

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    Glem.Chally
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    Seems like they’re really pushing the high power part of this gun but the numbers seem pretty average for .25.  (48ftlbs)  Other manufacturers have had that power for years.

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    Eyeshot.25
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    I have this gun and it is a tack driver.  The squirrels have been getting destroyed by it. 100 yard kills have become the norm with a 131yrd personal record so far.

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    bowwild
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    Love this rifle now that it is .25 HP. That forest laminate is my favorite. 

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    airgunnerca
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    An excellent review as always … I just don’t like the look of the gun. Just me ?

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    EzShot
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    Any info on the general maintenance schedule for this new Daystate Pulsar? Can the average owner do his own maintenance do you have to send it out to a authorized repair facility?  I want to add to my collection a accurate .25 for 100 yd. bench target that will remain accurate.
     I currently have two air guns I purchased in 2004, FX Denomin8tor .22 and a Theobin Rapid 12 ,  .20 cal. both great, reliable, accurate shooters.
    I have been waiting for the EdGun Matador .25 to come available with a forward Lever/bolt and a 5 shpt mag. From the videos an average shooter who is comfortable taking things apart should be able to maintain the EdGun.
    I am old school with my airgun choices so I was hesitant to buy an electronic gun. 
    Any comments greatly appreciated.

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    Crusher
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    EZ, these guns have been around a good while now and I think they have proven to be fairly reliable. If I had the money to spend right now, I would buy one in a second.

    Also, I see now that they come in Walnut too. It is really beautiful with the wood stock.

    Crusher

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    hawkeye69
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    I bought the Renegade in .22. BTW the warranty is 3 year, not 5 according to the owners manual with mine.

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