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Huntsman Regal  //  Retro styled Classic in a modern Sporter guise.


Video courtesy Mr Martin Ambrose

The Slingshot Hammer System






Huntsman 1

Huntsman 2

Features and Specifications of the Huntsman Regal

The Huntsman Regal combines all the elements of a fine, traditional sporting air rifle in a lightweight, compact design that’s a joy to shoulder, whether you’re out in the hunting field or on the competition range.

Classic English styling complements beautifully-carved, Italian-crafted walnut woodwork which cradles a solidly engineered - yet remarkably lightweight - action. Despite its diminutive size, the Huntsman contains all the features airgun shooters have come to expect from a rifle that carries the famous Daystate logo.

Courtesy of its Harper patent slingshot hammer and titan valve system, the Huntsman is capable of performance levels which have never hitherto been achievable on a mechanically-driven PCP. This results in a much greater shot-count and even more efficient power delivery, with high- power versions of the Regal capable of a muzzle energies up to a 30 ft/lbs and Regal XL up to a staggering 40 ft/lbs.

Utilising some of the most advanced stock-making techniques available, the Huntsman incorporates a unique marriage of wood and metal, whereby its one-piece steel action is seated far lower than usual in the stock in order to mimic the handling and feel of a traditional hunting rifle.

Nothing has been left to chance on the Huntsman, from its fully-shrouded match-grade barrel to its solid breech block, which comes fitted with Daystate’s proven 10-shot rotary magazine. If you prefer not to auto-load, this can instantly be replaced with an optional single-shot tray that allows direct-to-barrel loading. The rifle has been fitted with a pressure gauge to clearly indicate the remaining air status, and re-charging is a quick and easy operation courtesy of the standard snap-fit filling system, neatly concealed behind a pull-off protective cover.

Specifications

  Huntsman Regal Huntsman Regal XL        
Overall Length:   928mm (36.5 ins) 928mm (36.5 ins)        
Barrel Length:   430 mm (17 ins) 430 mm (17 ins)        
Cylinder Capacity   132 cc 162 cc        
Weight (unscoped):   2.7 kg (5.95 lbs) 2.85 kg (6.17 lbs)        
Available Calibres:   0.177 (4.5 mm), 0.22 (5.5 mm) 0.177 (4.5 mm), 0.22 (5.5 mm) .25(6.35) to special order        
Cocking:   Bolt action (with mechanical slingshot hammer system) Bolt action        
Magazine:   10-Shot rotary, removable (from left or right) 10-Shot rotary, removable (from left or right)        
Fill Pressure:   Up to 230 BAR (3,335 psi) Up to 230 BAR (3,335 psi)        
Power / Shots Per Charge: 0.177   82 shots @ 12 ft/lbs, 41 Shots @ 18 ft/lbs 46 shots @ 18 ft/lbs        
Power / Shots Per Charge: 0.22   95 shots @ 12 ft/lbs 39 shots @ 30 ft/lbs, 31 Shots @ 40 ft/lbs        
Trigger:   Two-stage mechanical release. Adjustable for weight and length of stage Two-stage mechanical release. Adjustable for weight and length of stage        
Safety:   Manual, rotary trigger block lever Manual, rotary trigger block lever        
Stock:   Walnut sporter Walnut sporter        
OPTIONS:   Upgraded stock, Left-hand stock, left-hand bolt, RH black bolt handle, magnetic single-shot loading tray, sling studs, Airstream silencer. Upgraded stock, Left-hand stock, left-hand bolt, RH black bolt handle, magnetic single-shot loading tray, sling studs, Airstream silencer.        

Watch a great video review of the Daystate Huntsman Classic courtesy of Kip Perow from Airguns of Arizona (click Play to start)


Daystate Huntsman



Review by Airgun World Magazine - Terry Doe (pdf)

Review of the Boxall & Edmiston Limited Edition by Airgun Shooter Magazine - Nigel Allen (pdf)


Huntsman Regal owner

Hi guys, just bought a huntsman regal, what a rifle. I own 47 different air rifles, and this is the best i have ever shot, its like an extension of my arm. its simply faultless. I cant stop thinking about it, its love at first sight..i also have a air wolf mct and air ranger..but this little diamond is something else..i dont think any of my other rifles will ever leave the cabinet again..after many years of searching for the perfect air rifle, ive found my true companion..Me and my regal.


Huntsman Regal owner

Hi, Just thought i would drop you a line to say thanks for making excellent rifles. I have just purchased the Daystate Regal. Fantastic. I currently own 4 Weihrauch HW100. 2 Weihrauch HW97. Air Arms Pro Sport and TDR. I will definitely be buying more Daystate rifles in the near future. Thanks Again


Huntsman Regal owner

I bought my first "Huntsman" back in 1986, and have enjoyed using it. The outlet that I have just bought my new Huntsman Regal (0.177) through (Glasgow Fieldsports, two helpful guys named Brian and Tom) are also overseeing the service of my "old" Huntsman with yourselves. This newer rifle, like my older version is an absolute "beast" to hold, shoulder and fire. I know I will have as much enjoyment with both rifles. So just a simple "thanks" says it all from me.


Buying Experience:

George Bates have been fantastic, extremely helpful and a pleasure to deal with, I had decided on the Daystate Huntsman Regal with XL air tube and silencer before entering the shop. I believe Dan was the name of the sales person who dealt with me and he was both knowledgeable and professional, and confirmed what I had heard about Daystate as a company, with an excellent reputation. I think he told me that he also owned a Daystate, so you can not get a better recommendation than that.


Huntsman Regal owner

I recently bought my first Daystate rifle (.20 huntsman regal) and I wanted to say how pleased I am with it. I have rifles made by other UK manufacturers but the Regal is my favourite. I also wanted to thank you for the quick delivery of my free daystate rifle case it's a beauty. My final thanks go to Keens tackle and guns in Aberkenfig, Bridgend their help and advise was much appreciated in helping me decide on the .20 version. Later in the year I think i'll treat myself to a Wolverine C type!