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Advice New C Type Wolverine - anyone got first hand experience?

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by jesim1, Apr 19, 2014.

  1. jesim1

    jesim1 Kit bitch to the Stars

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    Just wondering if anyone who has one can give me the real world view on what they are like to own? Good/bad/indifferent?

    They seem to have a love/hate following, but after handling one today it felt better than it looked, and I wondered if they were worth considering? I'd ideally like to have a go of one side by side with a MK4is, and have to wonder if the next gun Daystate bring out will be a Wolverine "is"?

    Thanks for any opinions.

    James
     
  2. Cymru-Dave

    Cymru-Dave Donator

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    I'd love to have first hand experience with one, I think it's the best looking PCP out there, if I could afford it I'd have one... But I'll have to stick to the ugly HW100 (secretly I think they look good too but it's frowned upon on here so shhhhh! ;)).
     
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    Me too...on both counts....ssshhhh. Wolverines do look nice and it would be a toss up between that and an Airwolf tactical, however the 100 does the same job and possibly just as accurate (without wanting to be shot down here).

    cheers
    Tim
     
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    The Robin Super Moderator Staff Member Mod/Admin

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    I've used one, a lad in the Halifax gun range has/had one......

    Firstly I must say I think it's a bad one, could not hit a barn door with it. It had been back to daystate twice already and was booked for a third trip last I heard :(

    Thats aside, it felt good in the shoulder, well balanced, build quantity looked good, mag indexed good and on a whole looked the part but as said above it was a bad one. Once he gets it sorted it will be a great rifle but should of come out of factory right but that's another story.....

    edit - just re read title, my post is on the b type :facepalm: :D
     
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  5. dave goodall

    dave goodall Donator

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    Sorry but see the c type as a prpoer cop out on daystates part so many lads were looking forward to its release thinking it would by same as the 303 esp after seeing the one on this very forum what was same as the 303 but 22 12ftlb version then they released this couldnt even be botherd to have a stock properly machiened to fit just bodged it up with a lump of plastic as a fore arm caused a riot more a less on the daystate forum where daystate have direct access too and new how many waitied in aticipation for its release to be kicked in the nuts by daystate when they saw the monstrosity they released as is say seeing the proper ctype on here the only one of its kind built up a lot anicipation and excitement for months on end and ended disapointing 99% of the daystate owners :(


    As for daystates new release will proberly be more limted editions of the current new models ie regal wolverine b and c they dont half flog a dead horse which is real shame of a company with the presige reputation of daystate they seriosly need to take on the cosumers point of view on futuer releases as the last few new releases have been nothing but disapointment to the daystate following
     
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