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Thread: WHAT should i change my .177 MCT Airwolf for ???

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    Quote Originally Posted by gtfreight View Post
    If you don't want to go down the electronic route the Wolverine could be an option? You could still use SCR for servicing.
    I may have been lucky but the only issue I've had with a Daystate magazine is one I bought with a used gun.
    Thanks for suggestion

    I will try another wolverine with a Reg. (I did have an early wolverine which i liked,) but it wouldn't hold its zero. Though when I emailed Daystate, i got a shitty reply...

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    Quote Originally Posted by madcarlos View Post
    As above or even a mk2 air ranger
    Thank you for the reply

    I think i'll try a new Wolverine

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    Thank you for the advice and to everyone who commented

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    Mind you , after shooting my mk3 and my airwolf , Nothing else comes close to the electronic trigger, Always been tempted to go back to a electric.

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    Edgun Leshiy with Huma 12 ft lb regulator and keep the change.
    However if you must have a magazine fed rifle then the Leshiy is ruled out as it is single shot. In that case I would buy a nice late model Rapid 2.
    'It may be that your sole purpose in life is to serve as a warning to others'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rapidnick View Post
    Edgun Leshiy with Huma 12 ft lb regulator and keep the change.
    However if you must have a magazine fed rifle then the Leshiy is ruled out as it is single shot. In that case I would buy a nice late model Rapid 2.
    To be honest I wanted to mention a rapid but thought I'd give the hail of abuse a miss, Myself I have a mk1 and mk2 rapid, I just love everything about the mk1, The balance and everything else that you get with a Honda cg125,

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    Quote Originally Posted by madcarlos View Post
    Mind you , after shooting my mk3 and my airwolf , Nothing else comes close to the electronic trigger, Always been tempted to go back to a electric.
    I agree 👍

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rapidnick View Post
    Edgun Leshiy with Huma 12 ft lb regulator and keep the change.
    However if you must have a magazine fed rifle then the Leshiy is ruled out as it is single shot. In that case I would buy a nice late model Rapid 2.


    Thanks, but i used to have an MFR. I didn't like the pistol grip and trigger position (fingers to short for trigger) no pressure Gauge and it kept blowing seals

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    keep your wolf,

    HI Bud, Come on why they don't come anymore accurate than the big bad wolf , keep your wolf and put a hi-lite bottle on, I have a daystate mk4 sold it because i fancied a change ,but went and bought it back like the wolf electric trigger and fantastic accuracy ,but good luck ,ATB BOB.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fife View Post
    HI Bud, Come on why they don't come anymore accurate than the big bad wolf , keep your wolf and put a hi-lite bottle on, I have a daystate mk4 sold it because i fancied a change ,but went and bought it back like the wolf electric trigger and fantastic accuracy ,but good luck ,ATB BOB.


    Brilliant idea.
    Hi-lite bottle, service and a couple of new mags.

    Though i'd still like to try a couple of newer guns, including the Redwolf and the Wolverine R 😉

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    Steyr Pro X...sorted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by where's it gone View Post
    Steyr Pro X...sorted.
    Fabulous bit of kit,
    just let down. With not having a threaded barrel and having to bodge, a silencer on it...

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    With that budget I would look at 2 guns with 2 scopes for 2 uses, one for hunting that is set up perfectly that you'll not worry about getting damp, muddy, dusty, say a used HW100 of some sort with decent scope, don't worry about the shot count, you're hunting so 50 shots should be enough, if not carry a buddy bottle! 700 all in?

    That would leave 1300 for a target/plinking gun/scope of your choice.. Happy days!!
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