Wolf Wins

Air Gunner - - In The News -

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.

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