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The Midland game fair has for 25 years been the Mecca of Airgunning in the UK. Virtually all airgun manufacturers exhibit at the show, and it offers the opportunity to try out all of the popular air guns on the have a go range. The shows central location, good access and ample parking makes it one of the easiest game fairs to get in and out of. This year the game fair promises to be one of the best yet: with the full range of Daystate products on display including a shop that will be selling accessories.
The new Griffin launched last month.
Another NEW rifle will be premiered on the Daystate stand at Weston Park and we very much looking forward to revealing the surprise then!
Advance tickets can be purchased from The Countryman Fairs website midland-game-fair-tickets offering savings on the full gate price.
Please note: Open to Trade only
The Griffin is Daystate’s first fully mechanical target rifle for a number of years. The original Griffin SE responds to popular demand for a more target focused version of our Regal, which can also be used in the field with its 10 shot magazine. Now the production version uses lessons learned for the SE to produce an equally stunning looking rifle but with some useful enhancements such as a quieter Huggett moderator as standard and a quick adjustable palm rest.
Price is £1,500.00* From your local Daystate dealer.
In case of difficulty contact Daystate on 01785 789122 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
* MTC EVX Scope & mount are for illustration purposes and not included.
Come along and try a Daystate, even all the Daystate’s at the Daystate Open Day. The Company will be making the entire range of rifles available for you to shoot – for free on the fabulous covered Airgun Range at the impressive Kibworth Shooting Ground on 30th July 2016
Kibworth Gun Shop stocks a wide range of shot guns, air rifles and firearms with a large selection of cartridges, pellets, ammunition along with all the shooting accessories and clothing you could possibly need all under one roof.
Yummies café is also on site and offers hot and cold food, drinks and stacks all at low, low prices (coffee 80p).
Daystate will be using the day to launch A NEW AIR RIFLE at 10:30 am which will then be available to buy from the shop and shoot on the range along with the rest of the Daystate range; including the fantastic electronic Daystate Pulsar, Renegade, Huntsman Regal and Wolverine. The Daystate sales team will be on hand to answer any questions.
No need to book just turn up on the day, with ample parking for all !
Kibworth Shooting Ground can be found on the A6 running from Market Harborough to Leicester
Kibworth Shooting Ground & Gun Shop
0116 279 6001
Saturday 30th July -Daystate Day at Kibworth – see you there!
Welcome to Nathan and team from Avalon Guns, our new Daystate stockist in Somerset
Established in 1983, Avalon Guns has a very good reputation for their knowledgeable and helpful sales team and in particular their fantastic after sales service.
They have won the shooting industry awards 'Best Gun Shop Category' five years out of the last seven!For more info..........http://www.avalon-guns.com/
Meet Peter and Lawrence Rose , the team behind Range and Country who are Daystates latest stockist. Both have recently attended a Factory training course and so are fully qualified to sell, service and repair Daystate air rifles, which backs up their fantastic commitment to customer care and aftersales; as R&C offer a free lifetime warranty on Daystate and Brocock rifles that they sell.
Range and country are in Sleaford Lincolnshire, have ample parking and you are sure of a friendly welcome.For more info..........http://www.rangeandcountry.co.uk/
Simon from Daystate attended the Braces of Bristol open day Saturday 2nd July 2016. This was Braces third successive annual day where members of the public may attend their exclusive grounds free of charge and try an array of rifles and shotguns provided by Braces.
Daystate took the opportunity to attend with an array of their own rifles and where the only manufacturer to do so, consequently exclusivity. It was also the first public outing for the production Renegade giving the public an opportunity to shoot, and of which drew a lot of attention.
Braces provided Daystate with their own fully covered 75 yd static freshly painted range ensuring a captive audience. All rifles performed admirably, albeit the public focus was on the Renegade as was expected. One gentleman travelled over 5 hours round trip just to shoot the Renegade before placing his order.
Steve Youngs is a good shot and enjoys a challenge, so when he elected to take part in Hunter Field Target (HFT) he decided to use his trusty .22 Daystate Air Ranger. Now these competitions are hard enough, but at sub 12 foot pounds a .22 calibre has twice the drop of a .177 so it takes a brave and skilled hand to drive it.
Steve is such a shooter and came a credible 2nd place in this year’s World Hunter Field Target competition; only narrowly missing a first due to a technical issue.
To find out more about HFT, visit here
It may share a resemblance to Daystate's beautifully styled Pulsar flagship precharged pneumatic. but the all-new Renegade is distinguishable by a secret hidden deep within its synthetic stock: its precharged action is mechanically-driven!
In place of an electronic GCU [Gun Control Unit] and map-compensated firing cycle, the heart of the Renegade beats around the mechanical Harper-patented Slngshot Hammer system. as fitted to its popular Wolverine and Regal siblings. The result is an all-new rifle that shares many of the features equipped on the revolutionary Pulsar, but without all the computerised complexity and expense.
Yet the Renegade is itself not devoid of ground-breaking features, not least it's Hybrid Trigger Unit [HTU). Historically, the bullpup design has delivered limitations with the trigger release due to the more forward location requiring inefficient levers that are detrimental to a good feel. With the electronic Pulsar, this problem was overcome. And Daystate has now extended its know-how to develop a hybrid electronic/mechanical trigger for the Renegade - the first system of its kind to be seen on a high-powered PCP air rifle, and marking an end to the age-old problem of a poor trigger let-off for mechanically-dnven bullpups.
Daystate Renegade - Launched at the British Shooting Show
Powered by a single, readily available PP3 type 9-volt battery, the HTU simply transfers the trigger's movement via a wire to a small solenoid which, instantaneously, releases the normally-functioning sears toward the rear of the Renegade's action. In essence, it's an electronic, fly-by-wire system that brings the best of both worlds to the bullpup configuration.
By popular demand all Wolverine models are now available in .25 calibre.
When FAC rated the .25 calibre Wolverine produces power at a healthy 50 foot pounds muzzle energy and depending on the pellet used capable of muzzle velocities of up to 1000 fps. All in a standard length package and while retaining the built in moderator standard on Wolverine models.
To read more about the Wolverine, go to; Daystate Wolverine
The Daystate Regal XL has just won an award by the popular online airgun magazine Hard Air Magazine (HAM).
The USA based magazine gives gold bronze and silver awards based on Quality, Usability, Value and Performance of the products they test. In the case of the Daystate Huntsman Regal, the rifle achieved a Gold award.
The online editor of HAM is Steven Archer, who is originally from the UK, Steven said in the review:“The Daystate Regal XL air rifle is a thing of beauty and quality! The .22 caliber gun we tested has a great trigger, outstanding ergonomics and feel, combined with great accuracy and the power required for successful small game hunting.”
To read the magazine, go to; www.hardairmagazine.com
Every Pulsar is tested after completion for at least an extra 200 shots, but the tester decided to stretch things, and produced this 300 shot group from a single charge!
Group was at 25 metres and used the new Rangemaster Keiser pellets.
An airgun Extreme Bench Rest championship has taken place in Lebanon on the 3rd June.
With over 150 shooters from across the Country competing over 50m and 75m the results were as follows:
75m - 1st Place: Ahmad Daouk with Daystate Airwolf .22(pictured)
50m - 1st Place: Mr Dori Mouzannar with Daystate Airwolf .22
Well done to Ahmad and Dori from all at Daystate for some excellent shooting!
303 long range hot’s up!.
This time from a Wolverine 303 shooter in Italy. Giuseppe Scaglione shot an officially judged 18 mm group at a 100m on an open air range.
Great shooting Giuseppe!
Take a look at this 5-shot 110 yard group - courtesy of Ingrid van Gemert from the Netherlands!
Ingrid shoots in a 100 metre (110 yards) competition at her local club and last week shot a 12 mm group with her Wolverine 303. The score was 55 points, the highest ever achieved with a big bore rifle.
Stunning shooting Ingrid!