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    DaystateUK
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    hi aa member

     

    that's an interesting question. Ill dig it out for you tomorrow and post on here.

    Hi Allan

    Wireless charging, really? it needs at least a 12 volt 5000mh system, so it wouldn't be a phone charger that for sure. Bluetooth is more interesting, as everything is better with Bluetooth. Its all about space, as the drive at the moment is for more power for you crazy power mad bunch, but I;m sure it will be looked at sometime…

     

    Tony

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    SimonCockayne

    Good to see you… again 🙂

    'In- joke' everyone as simon and i now share an office, so i actually see him more than my house!

     

    ATB Tony

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    Can't argue with that, and ditto, my house as I distantly remember is quite nice, so much so I might visit quite soon 😉 Joking aside, upwards and onwards, technology moving very fast with exciting times ahead!

    ATB – Simon 

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    aa_limited
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    great to have the daystate team  on this this thread… welcome to simon as well. welcome abord

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    SimonCockayne
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    Thank you for the warm welcome ?

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    allan_wind
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    @daystateuk, yes, wireless, so you don't have to break a weather seal, and tug on fragile wires to charge the gun.  Quick Charge 3 does 12v at 1.5A (18W).  I am by no means an expert on batteries but isn't that just 5000 mAh / 1500 mA = 3.3 h?  I was not able to find any specs on the current charger, so I don't know how that compares, but I can tell you that wireless charging is super convenient.

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    hawkeye69

    Unless there is some huge differences that I am not aware of,  it seems to me that if you put a Pulsar into a full size stock configuration and add a bottle to increase the shot count, you'd have a Red Wolf..

    that is it. the bull pup version came first as it was a more complicated design, which was then adapted into a full length rifle. of course its never that simple, there are changes to the electronic housing and the way the switches work, trigger unit is completely different and the  programming, silencer design, cocking linkage, breech design all different and it uses a bottle instead of a tube so all the filling assembly parts are different and in a different place. Oh, and of course the stock.

     

    Otherwise they are identical.

     

    Tony

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    Tony-  that is exactly information that I was looking for.  I would like to give a Pulsar a home, along side my Red Wolf.  My question, will the Pulsar be refreshed in 2019?

    Kind regards,

    Brad

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    aa_limited
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    I wonder what the shot count is reguarding the red wolf standard. in both 177 and 22 on low med and high powers are.?

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    hawkeye69
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    I'd like a Pulsar but the magazine on my Renegade, that I bought in March, is only accurate for the first 5 shots and then it's all over the place. Single loading it's like a laser as long as I keep feeding it. I tried a new magazine and it's exactly the same as the first one. Obviously the Pulsar uses the same magazine, so that concerns me.

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    SPAW
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    The RW .177 HP is in the12- 25fpe area, These are available for immediate delivery.

     

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    aa_limited

    I wonder what the shot count is reguarding the red wolf standard. in both 177 and 22 on low med and high powers are.?

    People fall asleep before the air runs out…lol

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    SPAW
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    My latest numbers playing with RW programming, 25gr .22…. still stabile 

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    aa_limited
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    ken holy smokes that's alota fps for that heavy pellet wow.. that sure is a pellet cannon! got any groups at 50 and 100.

    seems like 75 yards is the new 50!

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    it says on the ds web site theres only a 177 standard and not an hp model? at least I cant see it

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    aa_limited

    it says on the ds web site theres only a 177 standard and not an hp model? at least I cant see it

    Im not making it up,  the Arizona boys are setting records with the .177HP,  lots of power for .177 slugs. I’ll get ya one, just gotta the trigger.

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    aa_limited

    ken holy smokes that's alota fps for that heavy pellet wow.. that sure is a pellet cannon! got any groups at 50 and 100.

    seems like 75 yards is the new 50!

    10 shots at 100 

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    sick groups ken at 100. always good to see our sport going so well accuracy wise…

    177 on high power doing 25 foot pounds..

    the older daystate air ranger hp was doing 35 ish foot pounds!  hmm why only 35 foot pounds I wonder?

     

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    I am brand new to pcp airguns. Bought a Huntsman Regal XL from AOA just a few weeks ago and am absolutely loving it. Will keep an eye on this section.

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    aa_limited
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    zorro , welcome to the ds section congratz on your new gun.. got any pics of your gem?

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