Daystate releases the Huntsman Regal HR (Huma Regulated)

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    Michael
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    Iconic gunmaker Daystate brings major new releases to British Shooting Show

    Airgunners attending the British Shooting Show at Birmingham’s NEC (16-18 February) will be the first members of the public to get their hands on Daystate’s exciting new 2018 PCP line-up. These include a raft of revamped models unveiled to the trade and in social media in January – and also a hitherto unannounced model: the HR Huntsman Regal!

    Being seen for the first time, the HR Huntsman Regal bears all the hallmarks that have made this Daystate such an iconic model, but with the addition of a Huma air regulator, developed in partnership with the Dutch pneumatic specialists. The collaboration extends to other models in Daystate’s 2018 line-up, but its inclusion in the Regal elevates Daystate classic sporter to a whole new level. Identifiable by its twin gauge design – the main manometer is now located at the front of the cylinder, with the regulator pressure gauge in the belly of the forestock – the regulated HR Huntsman Regal is capable of a shot-count up to 160 in 12ft/lb format, while still retaining its standard-length (132cc) cylinder.

    Sharing centre stage will be the eye-catching Red Wolf Serie Rosso – a connoisseur’s Special Edition limited to just 200 rifles worldwide (100 in the UK). Based around the electronic action developed from Daystate’s flagship Pulsar, this hi-tech multi-shot sidelever comes dressed in an adjustable red laminate stock and features a connoisseur’s finish to its action. Luxury is matched by performance, though: the Serie Rosso is super-light in the shoulder courtesy of its carbon-fibre bottle and barrel shroud, and it’s equipped with a fully-adjustable match trigger and blade.

    Show-goers will also be able to see the standard-edition Red Wolf, available with either a black laminate or walnut adjustable stock. Sporting the Serie Rosso’s reversible sidelever cocking system and electronic action, with carbon-fibre or steel buddy-bottle options, a cylinder ‘C-Type’ model is also planned for release later in the year.

    The airgun public will also be able to handle various models of its recently revamped Wolverine 2 range of bolt-action multi-shots – including the brand new regulated version that’s visually identifiable by its twin pressure gauges and side cocking lever. These new Wolverine R models feature a regulated action that brings performance gains in velocity, consistency and air efficiency to the already highly-versatile Wolverine.

    The Renegade bullpup – which utilises a ground-breaking hybrid trigger unit – is the final model to benefit from the Daystate/Huma collaboration. Alongside the fully-electronic Pulsar bullpup, NEC visitors will also get to see the Renegade HR, a new Huma-regulated version of this mechanically-driven bullpup.

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    Dairyboy
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    I’m not seeing a pic but this is exciting!

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    mmahoney
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    I hope it has a side lever as well!

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    Michael
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    I added a picture. I’ve always like the classic lines of the Huntsman & a side-lever would make it even more appealing.

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    jking
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    Thanks for the information Michael. I really liked my Regal but always wished it had a regulator. Tried installing one myself but it was lacking FAC performance. This one looks great. Curious if it’s retaining the 230cc air tube or if they allowed for a larger one. The one in the photo looks longer but that could just be the manometer on the end. Yeah a side leaver would have been great too but maybe they addressed the hard cocking bolt/hammer which would also be an improvement. Also curious if the regulated version is on for the 12fpe models??
    Jimmy

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    I want to see what the full power rifle does. A regged [email protected] would be perfect for my needs. Left-hand of course.  🙂

    Of course, I would happily settle for a non-regged .22/30fpe left-hand rifle on a closeout deal.  🙂

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    NMshooter
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    This is awesome Michael! It looks like the British manufacturers are finally paying attention to the American Market! I personally would keep this as a bolt action rifle for simplicity sake. Great starter rifle, traditional looking, while hopefully keeping the cost down for beginning shooters. And yes a lefty or ambitious stock would be nice.

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    Green_Yamo
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    Does the new Regal also get a sidelever?

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    jking
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    The photo above is showing the same ole bolt..
    JK

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    Green_Yamo
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    Duh!   My bad, thanks for pointing that out.

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    cea1960
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    “mobilemail”I want to see what the full power rifle does. A regged [email protected] would be perfect for my needs. Left-hand of course.  🙂
    Of course, I would happily settle for a non-regged .22/30fpe left-hand rifle on a closeout deal.  🙂

    I second this

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    douger
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    i love the bolt action just fits this gun 

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