Giles Brings Us His Daystate Red Wolf Video Review
The new Daystate Red Wolf first broke cover at the 2018 SHOT Show as a “Serie Rosso” limited edition version. We saw it again at the 2018 IWA OutdoorClassics show in Germany, this time in a classic walnut stock.
And now we have this video review from the AirGunGearShow’s Giles Barry featuring the same gun in regular red laminated stock form.
In his usual inimitable style, Giles takes us through the features and benefits of the company’s latest, range-leading model. He loves the styling, finish, trigger and – well – everything about the Daystate Red Wolf!
Actually, Giles has two Daystate Red Wolf air rifles. One is a US-specification high power model in .22 caliber. The other is a UK-spec sub-12 Ft/Lb gun. They look very similar from the outside – just a longer barrel gives the game away.
The Daystate Red Wolf is electronically-controlled and regulated – of course.
This gives no less than 450 consistent .177 caliber shots per fill for the UK-specification gun in .177 caliber. That’s at the sub-12 Ft/Lbs power level to comply with UK laws.
The US-spec .22 caliber model has a maximum Muzzle Energy of 36 Ft/Lbs. This is attained with 80 consistent shots on High Power setting. However, it can also be set to give 160 consistent shots per fill at 26 Ft/Lbs or 260 – yes, two hundred and sixty – consistent shots at 24 Ft/Lbs on low power.
Giles feels that the Red Wolf delivers a lot of changes compared to his original Air Wolf MCT. He still loves his Air Wolf, but he’s gone crazy over the Red Wolf!