Daystate Renegade!

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    Michael
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    What is this? A mechanical buildup by Daystate

    http://www.airgunsofarizona.com/Daystate/Renegade.html

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    Goodtogo
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    What is the standard for calling an air gun a rifle or a pistol? This one makes me think of a pistol.

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    gorgata
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    I would think its barrel length and this would be considered a bullpup  riffle  it actually looks a lot like a pulsar to me

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    Zephyr
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    Why add in sears etc. on the end of an electrical system? The benefit isn’t obvious to me.

    Unless it is a justification to bring the price of a Pulsar down!

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    linsfreak
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    That one makes me think, im a owner of one. Wonder how much? Sweet scope to.

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    FukoChan
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    Doesnt seem like a big deal for me. I dont think it will make a noticeable difference. Did they just change the trigger to a electronic trigger instead?

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    NMshooter
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    This a video from the Airgun Gear show

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    scrane
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    “The electronic trigger releases the sear”
    Sounds like a solenoid is coupled to the sear.

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    ozone08
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     its a wolverine action with a electronic trigger integrated.  

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    AirgunBill
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    First big plus to me is the Renegade is ambidextrous with its ability to switch the cocking level. I would at least have the chance to use this rifle as a lefty shooter though I still don’t like the cocking lever being aft on a bullpup. I would like to see the option of a picatinny rail if they don’t already have that option. The rifle looks a little chunky to me but as I say function and performance trumps looks for the most part. Good triggers and trigger control is always a big part of shooting accurately. I would sure like to try this electronic sear release to see if it makes the trigger release easier. It is good to see the airgun companies stepping up with some innovation and features we want in airguns. Bill

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