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daystate air wolf mvt

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by raptor, Apr 26, 2008.

  1. raptor

    raptor Active Member

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    I own a daystate huntsman mk2 which is ten year old and mint and also own aa s410 classic but thinking of buyin a daystate air wolf mvt 500cc bot.
    does anyone have any idea how good it will be and how quiet it might be:confused:
     
  2. simply james

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    i used my mates last week,it was very quite and very nice to handle.
     
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    I have a friend that has an Airwolf , and all the time he has problems with accuracy. He has dried many things but still gets' fliers all the time. At the end he just left it as is as he spend a lot of money on it for nothing. I keep hearing that the new daystates are not as good as the old once.

    good luck with what ever you end up buying.
     
  4. Andy

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    Does he have the new internals for the shroud, Daystate made a bad design and i had problems with mine when i first got it.
    The end cap exit hole is very small and the shroud is positioned over an o-ring to keep it central.
    If he removes the end cap and internals he should get no fliers, i did this with mine and it was super accurate.
    In the end i just drilled out the internals and the exit hole in the end cap to a slightly bigger size and this cured my clipping issue.
    I have fastened my wolf in a black and decker work mate to eliminate human error and tried loads of different pellets and it puts pellet on pellet. :up:
     
  5. Andy

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    Supposed to be quieter than the current airwolfs and even more air efficient, i would go for the 400cc bottle as the balance is better. :)
     
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    had nowt but trouble with the electric daystates i have owned.better of with a rapid
     
  7. Andy

    Andy Administrative Staff Member Founder

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    Did you remember to charge the battery first. :D
     
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    Hi Andy

    Yes my friend enlarged the buffles and the end cap but he was still getting fliers. He also tried to shot a few times with out the buffles and end cap on but the fliers were still accuring. He also got him self another barrel but again he still has fliers.
    This guy loves daystate very much and he has all of their latest models and 2 of their collectors models as well.
    This is the only modle that he has a problem with.
     
  9. Andy

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    Has he had the gun over a crony to test velocity variation, only other thing i can think of is the pellet probe is not in line and deforming the pellets.
     
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    He has a chrony and we tested it and found the gun very consistent, so no problem there.
    I do not think he ever checked the probe, i am no expert on daystates but i will let him know about it.

    Thanks Andy
     
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    battery what are them
     

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