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Problems With Delta Wolf...again

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by HESHAM M ALAHDAL, Aug 27, 2021.

  1. HESHAM M ALAHDAL

    HESHAM M ALAHDAL Member

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    Ok back again, now I have some problems and I did send back my delta wolf .22 HP to the dealer and I hope that he can fix it. problems are :

    1- Leak from Valve
    the gun now cant hold air anymore, an air leak coming out from barrel or actually from transfer port area, my guess is that it leaking from the valve it self.

    2 - Degassing problem
    I cant de gas the gun easily, when I remove the Bottle and let say that the regulator is on 150 bar and I want to reduce pressure, I have to dry fire so so many times ( like 40 times ! ) until the air leak from plenum, which is so painful to do.

    3- Carbon Fiber bottle Oring problem
    one time I opened the carbon fiber bottle, and it was hard to turn, and after I remove it ,the Oring inside the carbon fiber bottle is removed from its place, and it was squeezed in the thread grooves and ofc was in bad shape and need to be changed ! how in the world this happen ! no idea.

    4- Factory mode problem
    the factory mode is not working properly on 14,15 and 18 grain. when i set the speed on any speed, the gun shoots far less than the given speed yet it works flawlessly on 25 grain!! I don't know why this is happening.( ofcourse I did adjust the regulator as requested from the screen )

    5- Regulator cant set lower than 100 BAR
    when i try to lower the regulator lower than 100 BAR, the gun leaks air, if you ask why you want to do that? well the gun it self ask to lower the regulator to 96 bars for shooting 18.13 grain on Factory Mode.

    6- Magazine fit
    you have to try more than 4 times to put the magazine into the gun. it is not fitted well tbh, really a shame for this price tag.

    this is so frustrating tbh, i have 8 air guns and never ever have any problems with them, and this Delta Wolf have a lot of problems, and i am kinda regret to have it.

    finally, I have discovered something I think it is really bad, now the rails of the scope base are tightened on the top of the body of the airgun, I mean on the long aluminum piece that has 12 or 10 screws, these screws are paired on each side, now if you tighten the screw that is near the magazine area, you will never been able to insert the magazine! because it will move down few micro-millimeters and will block the magazine, which means that the long aluminum piece will not be on fixed and accurate position and since the rails of the scope base are tightened on that piece, definitely the accuracy will be affected by this and this might be the answer why many users have zero shift problem . I might be wrong on my conclusion, what do you think ?
     
  2. Spray1Mark

    Spray1Mark I see light at the end of the tunnel!

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    Send it back and ask for a REDWOLF in its place!
     
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  3. Jagdwaffen

    Jagdwaffen Suns up guns up

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    I’d chop it in for a decent German springer ;)….and just put it down to experience :D
     
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  4. Bunyip

    Bunyip Member of the Edgun cult

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    Get rid, I would never bond with a gun that had so many issues from new. :(
     
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  5. Beetlecrusher

    Beetlecrusher Posting Addict

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    Give up, get something more reliable and useful like a springer :)
     
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  6. PJHIZZLE

    PJHIZZLE Engaging Member

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    Sorry to hear about the problems with your Delta Wolf. It’s a very expensive gun and you would think that the quality control would pick up the issues that you have had, but we do see a lot of issues with Daystate rifles here in the UK so it’s not that surprising. As others have said, I would send it back and go with a different brand. You could own a nice Steyr Pro X for around the same price, that’s where my money would go.
     
  7. daystate Ian

    daystate Ian Busy Member

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    That is a shame, when you pay that sort of money you expect perfection. I have had numerous Daystate's and touch wood i have never had a single problem, people report on multitude of problems but everyone i have spoken to haven't had any, luck of the draw I think. Hope you get it sorted.
     
  8. PreciselyImprecise

    PreciselyImprecise Engaging Member

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    With that many faults on a new rifle I'd return it as not fit for purpose and ask for either a replacement of full refund (whichever you prefer).
     
  9. Halinfax

    Halinfax Full time tinkerer and general all round nice guy

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    Thats a lot of money for a rifle that is sub standard....

    I have a SMK B2 that I may be willing to part with.. (its been FULLY fettled).....

    Good luck mate .. I hope you get summat sorted out with it!!!
     
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  10. ratman60

    ratman60 Pro Poster

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    Hello, if those were the problem from new, ? Have you got rifle back from RFD and still have those problems, for a air rifle of that cost seems very lacking in quality control before the send to the RFD,
     
  11. littleJon365

    littleJon365 Democracy unless they disagree

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    Personally the rifle would go back for a full refund.
    Too many issues from the start so I wouldn’t trust that it’s been fully sorted on its return to me on the next time so it would go back.
    Good luck getting this sorted
     
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