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Daystate wolverine r fac

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Think I've made my mind up, after watching  and reading loads of reviews on fac air rifles, a day at the shooting show to get to handle rifles and ask questions, looking at ordering a new daystate wolverine r.  22 fac at 30 ft lbs. This is going to be a one off purchase as a early retirement present to myself, Can anyone who owns or has used one give an honest opinion of there experiences. Also any recomendations which mod to put on it. Cheers Paul

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i have a laminate one, its a nice gun, i use the 15.89 grain jsbs and use it out to 65 yards with good results, i have a hugget mod on the end, i like it , although given a chance to change i might get a crown 😂

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Cheers for that, have watched reviews on the crown and still leaned towards the daystate

 

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I have two Fx rated guns , impact .25 , crown .22 and would not buy any thing else . These guns are so adjustable to suit the pellets your are shooting and even change the barrel liner to shoot slugs , how many guns can you do that with .

Had daystate in the past but will NOT buy another ,that’s for certain 

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having handled both the crown felt a lighter and more compact gun, although maybe not quite as pretty its technology is far beyond the wolverine r , if fac air was all i used id definitely have gone down the fx slug liner route 

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