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Daystate Delta Wolf
« on: March 08, 2020, 10:08:57 AM »
Oh my, the Daystate Delta Wolf, a game changer and FX Impact slayer?

https://daystate.com/introducing-the-all-new-delta-wolf/

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The Delta Wolf heralds the birth of a new family of electronic precharged pneumatic (PCP) airguns for the decade ahead. The advent of this technology truly reinforces Daystate’s reputation as maker of the world’s most advanced airguns. Nothing like Delta Wolf has been attempted in either the airgun – or firearm – worlds before.

KEY FEATURES:
New Advanced Velocity Technology (AVT) with display touch screen

Multi calibre with fast-change barrel system

Factory-set power profiles for each calibre

Shooter tuning customization

Exclusive OEM Huma-Air Regulated

New large capacity magazine

A.R.T-approved barrel

Bluetooth connectivity

Superior Silencing

Modular ‘Tactical’ format

Future proofed – upgradable as features develop

DeltaWolf comes with. supplied case.

Delta Wolf is the first Daystate to adopt an advanced tactical form factor that has proven popular with shooters across multiple disciplines – but make no mistake; Delta Wolf is the worlds most advanced airgun and represents two years of development and investments that, courtesy of newly-filed patents, will make it a very hard act to follow, let alone actually beat!

New larger capacity and fast loading magazine system

FULL FEATURES:
The Delta Wolf features new Advanced Velocity Technology (AVT) electronic management system that makes the Delta Wolf the most advanced Airgun in the world.

Available in all popular calibres, .177, .22, in 43cm barrel and .177, .22, .25 & .30 in 60cm barrel with the ability for the shooter to switch barrel/calibres without special tools

Electronically pre-programmed for quick power and calibre changes

With its unique built -in chronoscope, the Delta Wolf corrects velocity while also allowing the shooter to dial in their preferred feeeet per second

Adjustable 22mm picatinny scope rail and cheek-piece for different scope type/eye relief

Picatinny under and side rails for a range of accessories

AR style switchable pistol grip, familiar AR style safety

A newly developed magazine system with a larger capacity from 8 – 13 shots (according to calibre) with the ability to pair magazines in the breech – to double shot count to 16-26 shots

The Delta Wolf action is user-tuneable for different velocity and power levels with different ammunition types

The Delta Wolf’s 430 and 600mm A.R.T-developed barrels are compatible with the latest generation of airgun ‘slug’ ammunition

A Bluetooth module allows the DeltaWolf to connect in the future to other accessories and apps

Superior ergonomics with fast-switching side lever action – conversion from left to right in around a minute

Adjustable butt pad with optional exclusive PRS accessories to add an expanding range of custom accessories

With is larger 30mm diameter carbon fibre shroud the DeltaWolf is a rifle to be seen but not heard. Its new shroud and optional 0db silencer justwipe out decibels

Removable bottle – carry extra lightweight carbon fibre bottles with you while also being able to fill through a connector on the rifle

New fast flow valve system

Exclusive Factory-fit Huma Air Regulator

Huge biggest in class (34cc) plenum chamber for more power
Onboard high capacity Li-Po battery with charging port on rifle (charges via USB C connector)

Weight (approx.) 3.1 kg (6.84 lbs) 60cm barrel model

Length 840mm (34”) 60cm barrel model

Electronic match trigger and multi adjustable blade positions

DeltaWolf can charge via connector or removable bottle

Despite being the most technologically advanced airgun of all time, Delta Wolf has been designed and built to be simpler to use, easier to tune and faster to service. Combined with its many ground-breaking new features, engineered-in reliability and shooting flexibility, 2020 is not just the year of the Delta Wolf… it’s the start of its decade!
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Re: Daystate Delta Wolf
« Reply #1 on: March 08, 2020, 11:03:04 AM »
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Re: Daystate Delta Wolf
« Reply #2 on: March 08, 2020, 12:52:17 PM »
I wondered when they were going to do an AR type weapon.

Looks like several of the FX guns, but that in itself isn't surprising as most bull-pup (?), AR style rifles do as well. If it has a drawback, it is the small magazine capacity. This said, the ability to set up a specific tune for whatever caliber or weight you're shooting, is of course unique. And I'd bet the price is too!
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Re: Daystate Delta Wolf
« Reply #3 on: March 08, 2020, 06:48:18 PM »
I wondered when they were going to do an AR type weapon.

Looks like several of the FX guns, but that in itself isn't surprising as most bull-pup (?), AR style rifles do as well. If it has a drawback, it is the small magazine capacity. This said, the ability to set up a specific tune for whatever caliber or weight you're shooting, is of course unique. And I'd bet the price is too!

I read that high power version was upwards of $3500. I just about spit my teeth out when I read that.
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Re: Daystate Delta Wolf
« Reply #4 on: March 09, 2020, 05:32:57 AM »
That is in the price range I would suspect.

It remains me of the old adage... " You get what you pay for". My dad always likes Winchester products, but tolerated the others, save for Weatherby. He always thought their guns were overpriced, to be sold only to the over-rich!
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Re: Daystate Delta Wolf
« Reply #5 on: March 09, 2020, 10:17:43 AM »

That's the perfect gun for me, I think.  I love the electronics and the precision tuning capabilities without having to dismantle the gun.  Will have to see what the power looks like.


This gun could very well wind up a maintenance nightmare, too.  At $3500, I may never know...
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Re: Daystate Delta Wolf
« Reply #6 on: March 09, 2020, 06:28:31 PM »
It's cool BUT

The price is over the top!  I guess they are seeing just how much the market will bear when it comes to the price.

I also just don't want a gun of any type that depends on a battery and electronics. 
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Re: Daystate Delta Wolf
« Reply #7 on: March 10, 2020, 04:40:27 AM »
Loren, if you're a survivalist, then your statement is indeed true. However, their other electronic models have been very stable, and the batteries available, albeit on line. All of this said, this is a NEW model with a much more complex computerization and algorithms, so its viability remains to be seen.
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Re: Daystate Delta Wolf
« Reply #8 on: March 10, 2020, 09:21:01 AM »
Loren, if you're a survivalist, then your statement is indeed true. However, their other electronic models have been very stable, and the batteries available, albeit on line. All of this said, this is a NEW model with a much more complex computerization and algorithms, so its viability remains to be seen.

That would be my problem with it. I can provide simple servicing for most of my airguns if they break. I do treat my airguns as prepper tools. Quiet ways to get game without drawing attention to myself or wasting firearm ammo. I%u2019d be always stressed about a fancy electronic gun failing on me and me not being able to do anything about it.

On the other hand, if the gun is just treated as a luxury item, and I could afford to drop a large chunk of my monthly budget on it as a toy, then yeah I would be fun to play with.

I generally dislike the fancy pantcy European airgun brands due to the fake-o hype machines the companies have built around them (cough cough FX). But, if I was to ever get such an airgun, it would probably be a Daystate. Some of their hype machine personalities don%u2019t turn me off as much.

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Re: Daystate Delta Wolf
« Reply #9 on: March 10, 2020, 10:19:06 AM »
Not from a  survivalist point of view so much as life of the gun.  Will it still be functioning in 10 years, 15 years?  How about 50 years for my grandsons?  At the price it should be a very durable good in my opinion.  With the batteries and electronics...not so much.  Think of all the electronic things that have gone to the wayside in the past 10-15 years let alone 20-30. 

I have firearms that were my dad's.  They more than 50 years old and still function just fine.  I have an early 70's Sheridan Silver Streak, pump it up and it still shoots.  Will we be able to say that about a Delta Wolf in 50 years? 

I'm sure that means little to Daystate.
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