Daystate wolverine…to regulate or not..!!

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    Foweis
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    hello guys, I have a Daystate wolverine B type hi lite .22,
    and as much as I love my rifle. I still feel I can squeeze more out of it. 
    Now Altaros offeres a regulator for the b type .22 that’s external (between bottle and rifle) I’m wondering if anyone with a Wolverine has added this regulator or any other regulator? 
    Was it worth with it? How did it effect your rifle? Did shot count increase? Where you able to fill to higher max bar? 
    Thank you guys. 
    And long live AGN! 
    -Frank. 

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    Cliff_Allen
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    I’ve never had a Daystate, mostly for the lack of a regulator so I’m really curious to hear about this as well.

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    clgraham82
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    That gun is next on my wish list so very interested as well…

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    Corradobrit
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    I just bought one too and would be interested to know if a regulator can be easily installed and if it brings some advantages. I’m sure Daystate omitted one for a reason. 

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    sharroff
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    Why would you need to add a regulator to a gun that does the below for 10 shot strings? (My Wolverine B 177)

    922,922,925,922,925,924,925,925,928,926
    930,927,928,929,931,928,927,929,931,931  

     

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    Cliff_Allen
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    “sharroff”Why would you need to add a regulator to a gun that does the below for 10 shot strings? (My Wolverine B 177)

    922,922,925,922,925,924,925,925,928,926
    930,927,928,929,931,928,927,929,931,931  

     

    
10 shot strings are one thing, 50, 60, 70+ shot strings are another altogether. A lot of us, especially those that punch a lot of paper, don’t want to have to try to shoot just within a 10 shot “sweet spot” before filling again to get the best long range consistency. Can you show us a string for the max number of shots your gun will produce? .177 should produce quite a few shots.

    I just checked the shot string listed on AOA’s site for the Wolverine B Hi Lite and the .22 looks like it has the predictable bell curve to the shot string of an unregulated gun. It looks to be less of a bell curve than average, due to the Harper sling working, but a bell curve non the less. I would be interested to see results of someone regulating this gun.

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    Micbro
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    I’ve owned a few Daystates and never considered having them regulated. They simply don’t need it. If it ain’t broke and all that.

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