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Unboxing the Daystate Wolverine "R" sidelever

Forums PCP Airguns PCP Airgun – Discussion Unboxing the Daystate Wolverine "R" sidelever

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    Technoman
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    Keep us posted Springrrrr. I won’t own the gun without a Huggett  because I want it to be just as appealing to look at as my Wolverine 303 which came with one. I put a Donnyfl on my Regal and it is really a nice piece and I’m sure I will own a few before long. I just want a Huggett on this one and last time I tried to source one separately I had a hard time finding availability at least in the US. Looking forward to see how this plays out. I can’t believe AOA might quit selling “moderators”. That would seem stupid to me.    

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    wimpy101
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    How is the changeability of the reg pressure? just turning a screw or is it more complicated?

    Wimpy

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    Springrrrr
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    I just got off the phone with Airguns Of Arizona and was told the first shipment of Wolverine “R’s” were ordered WITHOUT the moderator.  No real reason given though.

    I told them I was getting a lot of questions about that and they said it will be reviewed and maybe they will be included in the next shipment.. That is all I can find out for now.  I will be calling back in  month and if they choose to include the moderator from now on, I may get one when they come in.

    I did mention that a lot of people were questioning me as to what goes with the moderator and it would be a good idea to address the issue.

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    intenseaty22
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    Thanks for the update. So are the less $ without the shroud/Moderator? Or will that be another cost? Cause at that kinda price point $2.2K+ I would hope it’s top of the line, all included. 

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    Centercut
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    Something seems fishy here. All of the carbon fiber “hi-lite” Wolverine R shown at Shot Show and IWA had the Huggett. The Daystate web site shows the Huggett. Things that make you go hmmm…
    Photo from Daystate web site photo above. 

     

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    Panzer
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    I also am waiting on a laminated model in .177, no hugget, no deal.

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    Zol
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    What would you do here in Australia? Hugget / moderator is illegal here on any gun…

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    Springrrrr
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    “wimpy101”How is the changeability of the reg pressure? just turning a screw or is it more complicated?
    Wimpy

    
There is no visible screw to change the regulator pressure and because the manual is generic to the Wolverines without the regulator, nothing is stated as to how or even if you can do it.

    There are a few burps so far that Daystate has to work out.  The manual for one.  A notification that the cocking lever is not user interchangeable and if the gun comes with a moderator or not.  I got the impression that the supplier, in this case, Airguns of Arizona decides about the moderator.  It is something that has to be asked when ordering.  I didn’t because the web site shows it with one.  I am pursuing it further.

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    intenseaty22
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    And therein lies one of those things that just make zero sense. One of the most prominent makers in the industry, touting their high tech guns with electronic triggers etc, and have a seriously lackluster website. Always out of date, poor information, etc. 

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    Zol
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    That is so correct…?

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    tibor
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    sending a manual that does not match the gun is a bummer to me.

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    markmccready
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    I’ve had my Wolverine R for two weeks now and I am loving it. Daystate in the U.K. do not supply the Huggett Mod as standard it’s a separate purchase. Mine is a .22 in the Laminate very light and very accurate.

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    Glem.Chally
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    Yeah definitely a beautiful rifle,  congrats!

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    Zol
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    Very nice, how much was it?

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    CampFussell
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    Love the Walnut Bob. She’s a looker for sure!

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    Bam86
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    They all look nice.  How about some shot strings?  Accuracy tests?  We all want to know….

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    markmccready
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    £1455 and I must say worth every Penney.

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    markmccready
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    I have been told that the side levers can be changed over. The way to do it is the same as it is done on the Pullsar. So if you guys can get your hands on a Pullsar instruction book it should show you how to do it.

    i have spent a couple of hours trying to find the book that came with my Oro but alas it’s gone walk about.

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    Springrrrr
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    “markmccready”I have been told that the side levers can be changed over. The way to do it is the same as it is done on the Pullsar. So if you guys can get your hands on a Pullsar instruction book it should show you how to do it.
    i have spent a couple of hours trying to find the book that came with my Oro but alas it’s gone walk about.

    
Nope, it is probably closer to the Renegade minus the electronics, but even then it is different.  I took the cocking handle off and there is a ball bearing behind it that actuates an arm in there.

    Airguns of Arizona is going to make a video as to how to do it.  i have been in contact with them frequently in the last week.  I was told it is not a super hard or easy job, but not one that should be attempted without guidance and some good tools.

    I will wait for the video and decide not so much if I can do it or not, because I know I can, but if by then, I may not want to move it over.

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