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Good news Air arms ultimate sporter vs daystate MK4

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by Daystatehunter, Mar 23, 2014.

  1. Daystatehunter

    Daystatehunter Member

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    Which is the better one?
     
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    gasman Up a bit,,,,,,,

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    I'd have to say MK4 (when there working :rolleyes:)
     
  3. darklord

    darklord Can’t beat a tx200 at 30m

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    hw100 :) AA is just a510 in a cheap frock, Daystate is over priced.

    Just Kidding try both, See which suites you. its the only way to tell.
     
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    AirArms for me ...as someone has already said Daystate is so expensive
     
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    The one that suits you feels rite on the shoulder is the best one atb
     
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    This - if there was a "best" air rifle, there would only be one air rifle, made by various manufacturers.
     
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    Is the s510 as a rifle worse than the mk4?
     
  8. darklord

    darklord Can’t beat a tx200 at 30m

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    well its a lot cheaper and i don't think its regulated its certainly not mentioned on the AA website. I do prefer the 100s cocking mech as its a lot lighter to cock than the 510.

    I also prefer the trigger on the 100, not tried a day state recently so wouldn't like to judge but id say in my limited knowledge the daystate is a better gun, twice as good for the money, No i don't think so. but its your choice try them all. you'd be surpassed what other guns feel like as well the baa is good and the hw is good.
     
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    There both top end rifles mate
     
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    Worse in what sense? With their favoured pellets both will do the job very well.
     
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    Im a daystate fan and kept looking at the wolverine but bought an fx because it felt better we like different atb
     
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    I think I'm settled on the s510
     
  13. essex sniper

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    Have you handled both...if you havent dont make a decision until you do
     
  14. gasman

    gasman Up a bit,,,,,,,

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    :eek: but your have to change your user name :doh:
     
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    That's just what I was thinking :D:D I don't see how this thread is good news either? :doh:

    End of the day both will hit the same target :up:
     
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    Two very different rifles, and both very nice, my son has a standard 510 with a thumb hole stock, it's been a great rifle since he bought it a few years ago.

    I have a MK 4is, lovely rifle, but very different from the 510

    I don't think you'd be disappointed with either ;)
     
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    It was meant to be advise sorry. Now for the second question, best scope! I am looking at a hawke Nite-Eye Digital 4-16x50 10X _ Mil Dot
     
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    Shoulder as many rifles as you can, you will know which suits you the best and regarding all top end rifles they all shoot really good. The s510 in it's sweet spot shoot just as well as a daystate mk4 with the right pellets :up: (I've used a s510 and own a daystate mk4 ;))
     
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    Choosing a scope is just like choosing a rifle have a look through some and see what you like
     
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    just make sure your looking though the right end :matt:
     

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