After Daystate success in the recent Extreme Bench Rest in Arizona where the Daystate RedWolf took 11 out of 12 places in the field target match, sales of the Daystate rifle in the US have boomed, adding 10% to the company’s export orders. Good for the company and good for UK exports!
The electronically- controlled Red Wolf was launched earlier this year, but didn’t hit full production until June. The Red Wolf has been acclaimed by journalists and shooters alike, despite its flagship status and high price tag. Sales have increased monthly with over 1500 of the Red Wolf sold so far this year. It seems unusual for such a new model to perform so well at this level because competitors often need time to understand how to get the best from a new gun, but the Red Wolf appears to have delivered at the highest level straight from the box.
Its clever electronic firing system is an evolution of Daystate’s earlier models and is therefore well developed and proven, which must go some way to explain these stunning results.
Daystate’s Red Wolf comes in walnut or black and red laminate stock options. This is the exclusive launch rifle - the Series Rosso, which was limited to the first 200 rifles.