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    the airwolf on board computer and an ignition key what ever next lol


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    Sh]t!! Shhhhh don't tell Shady!!!
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    Default Re: the airwolf

    indicators maybe and reversing lights.
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    I've had one and it's not much fun when you go to take a shot and nothing happens then you relise the key is back in the car
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    Quote Originally Posted by sweet169 View Post
    I've had one and it's not much fun when you go to take a shot and nothing happens then you relise the key is back in the car
    Mind you I did that with my HW97KT with the trigger lock - only I'd left the key at HOME not in the car!!
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    wouldnt want to get that wet

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    I had a Merlyn the Harper valve mechanical jobby, serial number 16 which was a lovely gun. Miles better than the X2 which it was based upon. The former Prestige was also nice. I think the two best things about Daystate are the superb American Walnut stocks planted at the time of the American Civil war by confederate prisoners and that brilliant (forget the Ballistol) hard baker light metal finish. That was the timber used for the Merlyn limited production at the time anyway, maybe it’s different now.
    Can't imagine what would posses people to buy an Air Wolf in a plastic stock. Maybe it’s just because TD said he would buy one, in his mag test when he covered these same two guns. But then they usually say that. .LOL.. I’d ad one to my collection, any time..!!
    I’ll keep this test gun then ..Ok thanks..
    The Ranger now has the same stock as the wolf. Earlier wolfs had nasty clumsy looking affairs. The worst thing about Daystates are all the their guns with batteries. The earlier and better mk3 which a friend still owns, shoots nicely though. They’ve now come back full circle to the Harper valve idea again, I see...
    That’s the trouble, they’re worse than Vauxhall for endlessly changing spec.
    The Wolf to me is the perfect compromise less is definitely more..
    I thought the Wolf had a chrome bolt and the Ranger black I noticed both of these two plastic guns were black. They used to be chrome for regulated and black for everything else. All that extra money for a TV screen read out, why you would want to reset the gun at less power anyway.??
    The trigger is just as good on a Ranger and that’s all that matters.
    But I would rather have a Theoben ‘S’ Type thanks..

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    Got to disagree mate the trigger is much better on the wolf it is by far the best trigger I have ever used but will agree I would sooner have an s type
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    That's sweet. I couldn't tell the difference anyway.. You are probably right my wife says I have little feel in my trigger finger.
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    Can you tell the difference with battery triggers from earlier MK3 guns to a later Wolf. Have they improved, are they better or just all the same??.. With a mechanical trigger you can adjust the feel if you wish, can you adjust battery triggers the same or are you stuck with the factory setting??
    I actually like and prefer the feel of a Theoben MK4 trigger to a battery jobby.
    When I’ve bought a Theoben from the factory I’ve been asked do I shoot targets or hunt and they set the trigger accordingly.
    You get a trigger as good as AA, HW, Theoben or Daystate make, that doesn’t run on battery power and won’t let you down why make it more complicated, and that’s less reliable, and pay more money for it..
    I know were both singing from the same song books on this but it’s like the King’s Invisible Clothes..!!

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    i cant imagine ever wanting a computerized air riffle with an ignition key sorry. can you hot wire it or get a starter button fitted to make it cooler? does it have an air bag in case you drop it?

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