Daystate MKIII "S"

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Daystate MKIII "S"

Postby lovern98 » Fri Jan 13, 2006 9:21 am

Got my new rifle just the other day. Traded my MKIII RT for an "S" version with the new "lean charge" regulation. This rifle makes up for the short comings of the RT. Namely, power. Mine is a .20 cal , and is shooting in the 25-26 fpe range. Accuracy is as good or better than the RT, mainly because the lock time is shorter (believe it or not). I have a Bushnell 4200 6 X 24 mil-dot mounted and paintballs @ 55 yards are almost ridiculously easy. I consider myself a fairly decent shot, but this rifle really will boost your ego. I highly recommend it to anyone considering a Daystate purchase. Airguns of Arizona has great customer service and are also highly recommended. This one is a definate keeper.... :D :D :D

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Where did you get a 20cal?

Postby Weapon of Choice » Thu Apr 13, 2006 8:19 am

DayState does not list it as being available in 20cal. Was this a special order?
How many shots/fill do you get?

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Re: Where did you get a 20cal?

Postby Killer-B » Sun Apr 30, 2006 11:10 pm

Weapon of Choice wrote:DayState does not list it as being available in 20cal. Was this a special order?
How many shots/fill do you get?


I would be curious as well was interested in this gun.

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Postby lovern98 » Mon May 15, 2006 2:32 pm

KB,

It is a special order, but not a big deal. The basic rifle is the same only the barrels and bolts swap out. AOA can do this easily. The rifle shoots very well, all the electronic stuff from the MKIII but more power....

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Postby Killer-B » Mon May 15, 2006 2:48 pm

lovern98 wrote:KB,

It is a special order, but not a big deal. The basic rifle is the same only the barrels and bolts swap out. AOA can do this easily. The rifle shoots very well, all the electronic stuff from the MKIII but more power....

Thanks for the response

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Postby 220swift » Mon Nov 13, 2006 4:32 pm

The MarkIII still working good for Ya.


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Postby lovern98 » Tue Nov 21, 2006 8:33 pm

Absolutely!! Although I did just buy a Theoben Eliminator (Crow Magnum ambi stock) I love my MkIII....


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