Daystate RedWolf .177 with new GCU2 tune goes out the door w/ a smiling Marv!

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    AirTanksForSale
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    Here is a picture of Marv, picking up his new Daystate RedWolf .177 with new GCU2 tune. In fact, According to Daystate UK, he might be one of (if not THE) first people to own the new Daystate Redwolf .177 with new GCU2 tune.  The GCU2 tune allows the pellet count to go to 13 for the .177, and a bunch of other stuff.  
    Congratulations to Marv from http://www.TopGun-Airguns.com and all the other Daystate shooters!

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    Spray1Mark
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    Marv needs to get himself a whole heap of tins of .177 JSB BEAST & RD MONSTERS!

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    Marv
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    A small correction about the photo. Why my gun might be slightly different is that it is a Standard version Red Wolf and not HP as stated. Joe Brancato was extremely helpful and made all the difference in his handling of my Red Wolf so I could get the onboard GCU upgraded to GCU2. He is top notch and professional in every way. A nod goes out to AOA also.  I just started shooting it today and it groups under .1" for 13 shots at my 12-14 yard backyard range.

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    Parrotculler
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    Go Marv Go!

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    Marv
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    I wish the photo could have shown the complete gun. I bought a Hawke 6-24×56 scope with FX No-Limit rings and a Huggett moderator. It shoots as neat as it looks.

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    5thumbs
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    Marv,  Be careful where you point that Red Wolf.  You could shoot your eye out.

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    AirTanksForSale
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    Thanks Marv.  I thought it was HP and we dialed it down. I'll correct my post.

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    Spray1Mark
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    I was actually thinking to myself that barrel looks very short for an HP! 

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    steve123
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    Marv-👍elous 

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    Here is a photo of my Red Wolf Standard power .177 with Hawke Sidewinder 6-24×56 scope and Huggett moderator. Also, some 39 shot groups(3 magazines each target) to test some pellets at 13 yards on Low setting. This gun is scary accurate. I have not adjusted the trigger since it came with a pull weight of 2.8 ounces from the factory. It is sublime.

     

    To note what is new with GCU2 the battery is 11.1V vs 8.x and is 4 wire instead of 3. The older GCU1 had High, Mid & Low power as does GCU2. The older GCU1 counted a magazine down from 10. The newer GCU counts down from 5,7,8,10,11 &13 or OFF for single shot tray use. This takes advantage of the new 13 round self-indexing magazine. The newer magazine will allow you to double load if you are not careful. There is now a Sleep Timer before the rifle powers down. This can now be set to 15 mins, 30 mins, 4 hours and always on. The can shorten your battery life depending what setting you are on. There is now a Display Timer for the back light of the LCD display. This can be to 15 seconds, always on, or OFF. When the safety is ON SAFE, the display light will always go off after 20 seconds. There is now a shot counter that will count all the shots taken until you reset it. The gun with GCU1 or GCU2 still tells you of a Low Battery and Low Pressure when you need to fill the tank with air. The gun still pulses 4 times when your magazine is empty, if you have the magazine counter function On.

     

    My chronographed numbers using JSB Exact Heavies 10.34gr. are 912 fps on High, 836 fps on Med and 746 fps on Low. (19.1 fpe, 16.05 fpe, 12.8 fpe)

     

    This information is old hat to many of you but I had to do a lot of searching and reading before I got all of this figured out. Thanks a lot to Joe Brancato for getting me the perfect gun and to new friend Jay Tung for all his help.

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