Switched my .22 40lb Air Wolf with .20 - Updated with Pics

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Postby ocelot27 » Fri Feb 22, 2008 10:40 am

Alright, enough tomfoolery. Does anyone know the starting serial number of the AW's with the new barrels? Or about when they switched or if there's a way to tell from the gun if you have a new barrel? Also, is it possible to buy just the new barrel (and any other necessary parts) from Daystate (I'd like to have a .20 cal available to play with). - TIA - john.
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*Daystate Air Wolf 0.22
*Daystate Air Wolf MVT 0.177
*Soon: Daystate Air Wolf MVT 0.22
*FX Revolution 0.22
*Logun S16xs 0.22

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Postby Nirvana » Fri Feb 22, 2008 10:43 am

Scott in CO wrote:Hi Nirvanna,

Thanks for listening, and thanks for the response. I took your "80-20 rule" comment as in only 20% of the people here make worthwhile posts, and the other 80% of the people only post worthless chitchat... As far as I'm concerned you've cleared the air (just as much with your response to Justin), and we are good.

EDIT: (as you edit yours, I'll edit mine! :D )

You say: "If you wanna know about the rifle I will provide you with just that. So long as I give the info which is correct and honest, it should not matter what the source is. And on the same token, I DO NOT HAVE TO PROVE MY HONESTY TO ANYONE, ANY WHERE. What more can I say ..."

I'm not putting your honesty or your sources in question. I do appreciate correct and honest info, and didn't understand why you couldn't simply tell us who is making the current daystate barrels... Let's assume I'm stupid and your hints just don't do me any good :D

I'm ready to say "situation resolved" and go back to talking airguns... :D

I look forward to your further reviews of the new .20 airwolf, and our continued discusions...

Regards,

Scott in CO


Dear scott,

I got this info from an internel source in Daystate. The person wishes to remain anony since Daystate has not made a final decision on who the final barrel supplier will be. I do know that the .20 cals are coming with new barrels. Regards.

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Postby Nirvana » Fri Feb 22, 2008 10:54 am

ocelot27 wrote:Alright, enough tomfoolery. Does anyone know the starting serial number of the AW's with the new barrels? Or about when they switched or if there's a way to tell from the gun if you have a new barrel? Also, is it possible to buy just the new barrel (and any other necessary parts) from Daystate (I'd like to have a .20 cal available to play with). - TIA - john.


No problem. Buy the ones that were made December to date. My only purpose of getting a .20 cal was efficient and accurate 80 yard sniping. Become a member of Daystate, enter you serial no. and you will get all the info about your rifle. Serial numbers AW 980 and above are you best bet. Mine is 1014. I don't know about the parts and the barrel swaping part. Hope this helps

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Postby ocelot27 » Fri Feb 22, 2008 12:59 pm

Nirvana wrote:
ocelot27 wrote:Alright, enough tomfoolery. Does anyone know the starting serial number of the AW's with the new barrels? Or about when they switched or if there's a way to tell from the gun if you have a new barrel? Also, is it possible to buy just the new barrel (and any other necessary parts) from Daystate (I'd like to have a .20 cal available to play with). - TIA - john.


No problem. Buy the ones that were made December to date. My only purpose of getting a .20 cal was efficient and accurate 80 yard sniping. Become a member of Daystate, enter you serial no. and you will get all the info about your rifle. Serial numbers AW 980 and above are you best bet. Mine is 1014. I don't know about the parts and the barrel swaping part. Hope this helps

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Hey - thanks - I have AW1062 so I must have a non-LW barrel? Mine shoots as accurate as all stink - maybe that's why I've wondered about people claiming that the Wolf is not as accurate as the Rapid - I have trouble imagining a gun that could be much more accurate. - john.
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*Daystate Air Wolf 0.22

*Daystate Air Wolf MVT 0.177

*Soon: Daystate Air Wolf MVT 0.22

*FX Revolution 0.22

*Logun S16xs 0.22

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Postby ocelot27 » Fri Feb 22, 2008 1:07 pm

I tried searching the Daystate site for my serial num- nothing comes up - john.
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*Daystate Air Wolf 0.22

*Daystate Air Wolf MVT 0.177

*Soon: Daystate Air Wolf MVT 0.22

*FX Revolution 0.22

*Logun S16xs 0.22

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Postby ocelot27 » Fri Feb 22, 2008 2:06 pm

Here's an image of my breach:
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-john.
Last edited by ocelot27 on Fri Feb 22, 2008 4:30 pm, edited 2 times in total.
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*Daystate Air Wolf 0.22

*Daystate Air Wolf MVT 0.177

*Soon: Daystate Air Wolf MVT 0.22

*FX Revolution 0.22

*Logun S16xs 0.22

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Postby mcmike » Fri Feb 22, 2008 2:38 pm

Hiya gang,

No hard feelings here and thanks to all for mending fences.

Nirvana I meant what I said, your work is appreciated. And as you already pointed out, the work of everyone else in keeping us all informed and up to speed is appreciated as well.

Best wishes to all,

Mike
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Postby Nirvana » Fri Feb 22, 2008 2:43 pm

ocelot27 wrote:Here's an image of my breach:
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-john


I failed too. don't know what's up. The image did not load up. Could you please try again?

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Postby SP » Fri Feb 22, 2008 3:00 pm

Pinzgauer wrote:USE A DRINKING STRAW TO GUIDE THE CLEANING CORD THROUGH THE SHROUD.



I have never had any troubles cleaning the bbl. using a straw as a guide.



^ What he said..

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Postby addicted » Fri Feb 22, 2008 3:03 pm

Mine is AW1046 and has the new stock


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