Pellets for red wolf

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    dallin
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    Just ordered the Daystate Red Wolf HP .3cal and Hawke sidewinder FFP 6-24×56 mil from the local gun shop.

    can anyone tell me what pellets are best and at what power setting with the red wolf.

    this is my first .3 cal gun. So I’m so d**n excited for when it comes… expected delivery mid February 😂😂

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    Bob_O
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    Wow, thats quite the gun!!

    😮

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    dallin
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    I don’t know really.

    It’s the first one in the country.

    so I’m excited to try it out.

     

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    Chunky_Munky
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    I also have the Red Wolf in .303 caliber. There are a couple of things you need to be aware of. First, the .30 cal DOES NOT come with a single shot tray. You can purchase one from SMW Engineering in the UK.

    https://smwengineering.co.uk/collections/daystate/products/single-shot-tray-for-daystate-huntsman-airwolf-air-ranger-etc?variant=12184045387870

    You will need to modify the tray to work in the Red Wolf. Not a big deal, you just need to file down the two side 'wings' about 0.5mm each. I used a file and some sand paper. Just keep test fitting it on the gun so you don't take off too much material.

    Second, my 5 shot magazine was useless until I fixed the misalignment. Read the thread in PCP Airguns entitled Daystate Red Wolf HP .22 (it's now up to 6 pages and counting).

    It really sucks when you receive a rifle with a useless magazine AND it doesn't come with a single shot tray. Go ahead and order your tray now so it will be there when your rifle arrives.

    My Red Wolf shoots the 44.75 grain JSB's the best. No contest really. No other pellet even comes close. I tried them all. 50.15 JSB, 44.75 JSB, 50.15 Daystate Emperor, 46.30 FX Boss and the 44.75 Predator Polymag.

    The Polymags group well and would be your best bet if you are going to hunt with it. I don't need to re-zero the scope when switching from the 44.75 JSB

    I also have the Hawke sidewinder FFP 6-24×56 mil scope on mine. Great combination!

    Hope this helps.

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    YamahaR1
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    My .30 cal Rosso shoots the 44.75 grain jsb the best hands down on high power. My 5 shot magazine works good didn't have any issues with it other than it needing to be loaded on left side of gun. Really wish it came with a single shot tray as well!  Congrats on your new gun they are super accurate and really easy to get great groups. 

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    dallin
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    Thanks a lot for the advice Chunky_Munky and Yamaha

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