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Daystate Renegade

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by Joel47, Jul 11, 2019.

  1. Joel47

    Joel47 Member

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    Hello peeps
    I’m looking at a renegade this weekend
    Anything I should look out for pros cons etc
     
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    Broadside Engaging Member

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    I have one in .177 and have to say its a cracking rifle. Very accurate too. Make sure you spend some time ensuring you have the right mounts for your scope...If you buy one you won't regret it...
     
  3. Joel47

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    Cheers
    Just out of curiosity how many shots per fill do you get
     
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    Around about 200 I should think. I never really let it get that low. I use it for hunting so it doesn't really get a lot of lead through it, unless I'm on the range zeroing etc. I'm near Reading. If you're anywhere near and want to try one out, you'd be very welcome. I have a Pulsar as well. And a couple of Brocock semi-bullpups too.
     
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    Nothings for sure yet just waiting for a response from the seller
    I might very well take you up on your kind offer
     
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    I made the mistake of trying a renegade after trying a pulsar. The renegade was good. But not as good as a pulsar.
     
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    Spray1Mark Big Poster

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    Isn't the Rene the mechanical version of the Pulsar?
     
  8. Broadside

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    You're very welcome - genuine offer....
     
  9. Tops

    Tops Busy Member

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    Indeed it is.
     
  10. Broadside

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    The action is mechanical but the trigger is electronic.
     
  11. Jagdwaffen

    Jagdwaffen Suns up guns up

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    Out of all the daystate rifles ive shot I found the renegade the most accurate of all, it absolutley stacked them. Regrettably the owner chopped the rifle in because it developed a fault in the cocking mechanism....:facepalm:
     
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    I got a couple of the pulsar oro's if they are anything like that you should be good.
    Atb
     

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