The Daystate Tsar Air Rifle Is Now Available in the USA
Airguns of Arizona has announced that the Daystate Tsar air rifle is now available in the USA.
Described as perhaps the ultimate in field target hardware, the newly-released Daystate Tsar is a match-ready, full-on FT rifle developed in collaboration with top Russian match-shooting partnership, Ataman/Demyan.
The Tsar aims to continue Daystate’s rich legacy of match-winning FT models for shooters who compete at the highest national and international level of airgunning’s most challenging outdoor target shooting discipline.
Airguns of Arizona describes the Daystate Tsar as uncompromising in every area of its highly-sophisticated action. The Tsar includes features like a five-level adjustable, multi-sear trigger system that’s controlled by a multi-adjustable blade, and a high-precision, match-grade stainless steel Lothar Walther barrel.
Its sidelever cocking system also allows for dry-firing practice, where you can fine-tune your trigger technique without actually firing off a shot.
Designed to maximize shooter control, the Tsar’s unique stock is also claimed to be state of the art. It’s constructed in laminate to eliminate any stresses imparted between wood and metalwork during the rifle’s charge cycle.
The stock of the Daystate Tsar has a thumbhole design that has both form and function in mind.
This stock includes an array of multi-adjustable features – including an anatomical grip/palm rest, cheekpiece and butt pad. The aim is to achieve a tailor-made gunfit, so that every conceivable benefit is brought to the shooter, whether faced with a sitting, prone, kneeling or standing shot. The Tsar – designed and built without compromise to be an unashamed trophy-winning machine. Designed with a single aim – winning.
There are two versions of the Daystate Tsar available at Airguns of Arizona. Both are in .177 caliber, of course.
The 12 Ft/Lbs (UK spec. version) is priced at $2,395.00
The full-power (15 – 16 Ft/Lbs model) is $2,495.00.
You can see more about the Daystate Tsar in this video.