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Harper wolf pistol

Discussion in 'Air Pistols' started by Andy, Nov 22, 2008.

  1. Andy

    Andy Administrative Staff Member Founder

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    Anyone on here ever had one of these pistols, note the electronic trigger.
    Never seen one for sale, anyone got any specs on these and if they are no longer produced when did they stop making them.

    Harper Wolf Pistol

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  2. Darren Petts

    Darren Petts Temporarily Alive

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    Not owned one but have used one. The forerunner of the Daystate Mk3 trigger.
     
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    raytheham Newbie

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    Got one of these.

    I have one of these. Superb pistol. Charge up to 180bar gives you 25-30 shots. Manually indexed 10 shot magazine(non removable). Trigger is just a tiny push switch -took some getting used to. I have the moderator which came as a package-its not a silencer as such more of an air stripper. The battery is a standard 9volt and if you look carefully into the but there is an edge mounted potentiometer which you can use to adjust the power-very carefully. Adjust only if you have a chrono to keep the power below 6 foot pounds. I use it on 20 yd range and can get 2 inch groups. (I do shoot competitively both pistol and light sport rifle, being chairman of the Wantage Target shooting club I have to maintain standards!!)
     
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    raytheham Newbie

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    No longer made, very rare, one was for sale in Gloucester, but went very quickly.
     
  5. Clubshot

    Clubshot Clubshot

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    I have a Rifle & Pistol

    Understand last made - many years ago

    The engineering side of Set up Died and engineering side was lost

    And Steve Harper moved onto Daystate

    Great when No power limit - UK Version annoying -

    As Stated rather a collectors Item these day's

    BOB/R
     
  6. Titchgamer

    Titchgamer Honorary Member

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    Well thats a intresting piece. Never seen one before.
    Still dont like electronics in guns though :p
     
  7. django

    django Member

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    I think only 375-400 versions of the Wolf were made in Series A, B, C and D. Not longer made
     
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    I have one. .22
    Unusual and a good performer.
    Seat your pellets or they will fall out.
     
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    Wild Bill Long time poster

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    I have recently obtained a Harper, serial no. A90, it has a black barrel and no potentiometer that I can find in the grip, there doesn't seem to be enough room for one. Do you know which series the potentiometer was fitted and when the barrels were left un-blued? I would also be interested in knowing what serial numbers other owners have, this might just give an indication of how many of the .22 were made. I believe only 400 breech blocks were made .
     
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    I can't find a number on mine?
    It does have potent thingy
    22
     
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    django Member

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    If you raise the rear sight it is stamped underneath. Took me a while to find mine. Where exactly is the potentiometer, I can't see anywhere it could possibly fit inside the grip?
     
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    IMG_0646.JPG A74 Thanks
    I thought I saw a wheel adjuster in butt
    But I was wrong there seems to be nothing easily available
     
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    django Member

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    I've just had another look, without success, thanks anyway. If you don't have a pellet seater the jack plug for an electric guitar works just as well.
     
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    Thanks Dave, very interesting to see a.177 in the C series. It would be good to get more details like that from other owners as there seems to be very little information regarding production numbers in the various types ( .177, .22, .25 and carbines)
     
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    django Member

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    Did you manage to find the serial number?
     
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    Thanks for the number, that's 5 I've got now. Only about 395 to go. I've rigged up a 6 mtr. range in my living room so I can get a bit of practice in until the club reopens with the 25 yard range.
     
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