New Daystate Saxon Limited Edition Air Rifle

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    hardairmag
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    Daystate has announced a new, limited edition model, the Saxon. It’s a beauty!!!

    The Daystate Saxon is the first version of the new Wolverine 2 model that’s due to be launched in 2017. Daystate tells us that only 150 Saxons will be manufactured, so if you want one of these exquisite beasts, it’s probably a good idea to move fast…

    There’s a lot more information and plenty of photographs in Hard Air Magazine at http://hardairmagazine.com/news/announcing-new-daystate-saxon-limited-edition-air-rifle/

    And why the name “Saxon”? The answer is there, too.

    I can’t wait to see the Saxon in person at the  2017 SHOT Show in January.

    Stephen Archer
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    http://www.hardairmagazine.com

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    ozone08
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    “The Daystate Saxon Limited Edition rifle is a celebration of England that commemorates the 950th anniversary of the end of Saxon rule and the Coronation of the Norman King William”  it’s not april fools is it?

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    Dirte
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    Nice looking gun! Interested how the regular Wolverine 2 will look. Also a new valve system???

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    zebra
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    “hardairmag”

    The Daystate Saxon is the first version of the new Wolverine 2 model that’s due to be launched in 2017. Daystate tells us that only 150 Saxons will be manufactured, so if you want one of these exquisite beasts, it’s probably a good idea to move fast…

     

    
The Daystate Artemis is a nice looking limited edition where they only made 50. That’s been available for a year or more with no sign of them selling out.

    My guess would be that there is no need for anyone to hurry with this one (espiecially if they all come with that tiger-skin laminate). It doesn’t seem like there is a huge demand for ultra high price special edition Daystates. From my point of view, it’s because the regular Daystates are already very nice. No need to spend an extra $700 for the same rifle.

    If they are the same price as the regular version, I think demand will be higher for the one that comes with a nicely figured walnut stock. 

    I’ll admit that I am not a fan of brightly colors laminate stocks but that one is particularly brutal. 
     

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    Marksman3006
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    I love daystate……however I wish they would have made provisions for an accessory rail under the stock. An adjustable cheekpiece woukd have been prime too. Wonder what this is going to sell for? I guess the knife comes with it no matter what. Im going to guess 3500.00.
    I do like the rifle.

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    ozone08
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    im pretty sure they sold them all at the launch event

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    scrane
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    Daystates are received more favorably here than they are in their home country.
    I believe the price in England is 1900.00 pounds.

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    ozone08
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    @scrane

    They are £1990

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    Dirte
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    “scrane”Daystates are received more favorably here than they are in their home country.
    I believe the price in England is 1900.00 pounds.

    
So about $2500. $500 or $600 dollars more than a standard Wolverine at today’s exchange rates.
    I would like to see one in figured walnut.

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    “Dirte”

    “scrane”Daystates are received more favorably here than they are in their home country.
    I believe the price in England is 1900.00 pounds.

    
So about $2500. $500 or $600 dollars more than a standard Wolverine at today’s exchange rates.
    I would like to see one in figured walnut.

    
Like the regular wolverine, for example?

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    Dirte
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    “zebra”

    “Dirte”

    “scrane”Daystates are received more favorably here than they are in their home country.
    I believe the price in England is 1900.00 pounds.

    
So about $2500. $500 or $600 dollars more than a standard Wolverine at today’s exchange rates.
    I would like to see one in figured walnut.

    
Like the regular wolverine, for example?

    
I didn’t think the new Wolverine 2 was out until 2017.  I don’t see one with the silver receiver and barrel finish. Am I missing something?

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    bowwild
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    I’m glad this isn’t an Air Wolf….! I already have the standard Wolverine.

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    zebra
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    “Dirte”

    “zebra”

    “Dirte”

    “scrane”Daystates are received more favorably here than they are in their home country.
    I believe the price in England is 1900.00 pounds.

    
So about $2500. $500 or $600 dollars more than a standard Wolverine at today’s exchange rates.
    I would like to see one in figured walnut.

    
Like the regular wolverine, for example?

    
I didn’t think the new Wolverine 2 was out until 2017.  I don’t see one with the silver receiver and barrel finish. Am I missing something?

    
It’s a special addition. Daystate likes silver receivers on their limited edition models. The limited edition huntsman also has silver bits to make it…um….you know…special n stuff.

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    Nueces
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    Speaking of ‘special n stuff’.  

    Then there’s Weihrauch that calls a couple of their rifles stainless in the heading of the add but if you read the fine print its stainless look.  Silver colored anodizing.

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    257Sniper
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    it is all nice looking. But, I wish Daystate would make more functional guns -more bullpups, such as their Renegade model. These limited edition wall-hangers are too nice for everyday field work.

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    scrane
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    “Nueces”Speaking of ‘special n stuff’.  

    Then there’s Weihrauch that calls a couple of their rifles stainless in the heading of the add but if you read the fine print its stainless look.  Silver colored anodizing.

    
On their website Weihrauch calls it “stainless-look” . Nickel plating, I think.

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    Str8tshooter
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    I think it is more like a silver paint on my HW30, 35.

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