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NEW - Daystate Airwolf MCT .22 Tactical

Discussion in 'Gun Gallery' started by Pete2013, Apr 21, 2014.

  1. Pete2013

    Pete2013 Busy Member

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    Couldn't resist posting a few pictures of my new Daystate Airwolf, I collected it last Friday and I am chuffed with it. Grouping was this morning @ 35 yards, 10 shots with a slight wind.

    Pete :D:up:
     
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    The Robin Super Moderator Staff Member Mod/Admin

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    Stunning, just stunning :up:

    Great shooting but there so easy to use and group with, I would love a wolf
     
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    jesim1 Kit bitch to the Stars

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    Really nice gun and groups, you have the right to feel chuffed!

    James
     
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    Lovely Air Wolf Pete and a very nice group at 35 yards outdoors.
    How are you finding .22?
     
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    Thanks guys, I am getting used to it fairly quickly. The DS mag is a bit more fiddly than the HW100 one I am used to. The trigger is easy to get used to as I had a light Rowan one on the HW. The spread on that group was 3/4 inch, the last shot being the top one. I think this can be improved upon by checking the pellets, washing them and lube. There seems to be a flyer now and again so maybe a bent pellet ?

    I am using AADF 16 grains at the moment and I read somewhere that a HFT shooter weighed and inspected a tin of them and threw away over 150 of them as they were bent.

    JPS - Yeah I am finding it ok thanks - I went to the range straight after buying it and spent a couple of hours working out aim points, holdovers and hold unders and plotted them on my MTC reticle print out. Pete :D:up:
     
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    jesim1 Kit bitch to the Stars

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    Your both sad and lucky at the same time, after reading your post earlier, and realising I'd sold my Airwolf a few days ago, I had to go and buy a Panther! LOL

    James
     
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    I saw your wolf for sale but I am hundreds of miles away so had to part with a lot of cash for a new one instead - loving it.
     
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    I was talking to the guy who bought my Wolf today, Tony, as he came back because I was selling him one of the Daystate hard cases I got with my two Regals of late. I said I had perhaps made a mistake, and if he was not happy in any way I'd gladly take it back - but he took the case and left:(, so technically it's his fault I bought another gun today, had to be a Daystate though:up:

    James
     

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