With grand expectations, Daystate introduces new, red wolf breed - Daystate Red Wolf air rifle, a new model of the brand’s PCP air rifles.
Much time has passed since Daystate introduced the first electronic PCP air rifle. During this time, MCT (Mapped Compensation Technology) system was perfected, with Daystate Red Wolf model being the first to utilize it.
The laminated TH- type gunstock can be supplied in red, grey or black colour. It has a height-adjustable cheek piece and a butt pad, and it is also ambidextrous, i.e. suitable for both left-handers and right-handers. The cartridge with 480 cm3 volume is made of Kevlar, in order to keep the low weight of the rifle (3.5 kg). The fill pressure is ca. 230 BAR. With the 4.5 mm calibre, the rifle has circa 460 shots for one filling, and circa 510 shots for 5.5 mm calibre.
The trigger is electronic and fully adjustable. The rifle can be reloaded with side lever action. The lever action can be removed to the other side of the gun, making the rifle easy to rework for a left-hander. Since the rifle is electronic, there is no strength needed for pulling the lever action, which is thus used only to revolve the magazine.
The Lothar Walther barrel is 43 cm long. It is a “shrouded” type barrel, meaning the barrel itself is covered with an outer layer made of Kevlar, serving as a sound moderator. The barrel is finished with ½ UNF male thread, allowing for further moderator mounting.
Mounting rail 11 mm long for riflescope mounting, 10-shots magazine, manual safety, LCD display, etc. are included.
Thanks to the MCT system ensuring the precise air dosage, and to the choice Lothar Walther barrel, the rifle is flawlessly accurate. Daystate, the inventor of PCP rifles and for 40 years the pioneer of this tech, once again runs far up ahead of other producers.
|Model||Red Wolf laminate HiLite|
|Reloading||páčkou - Side Lever Action|
|Barrel length||430 mm|
|Magazine capacity||11 ran|
|Mounting rail||11 mm|
|Cartridge volume||480 cm3|
|Maximum filling pressure||230 BAR|
|Barrel producer||Lothar Walther|