First impressions: Red Wolf Heritage

There’s a new version of the Red Wolf coming out, but if you want one you’ll have to act fast as this is a collectable limited edition.

Key features: Red Wolf Heritage

  • Limited to 250 rifles, individually serial numbered with Certificate of Authenticity
  • Ergonomic sidelever operation with limited edition lever handle
  • Ambidextrous, laminated two-tone stock with adjustable cheekpiece and adjustable butt pad
  • Bronze and nickel plate-coloured action
  • GCU 2.0 electronics latched to LiPo rechargeable battery
  • Three digitally set power settings
  • Models available from 12 ft-lb to 65 ft-lb
  • ART barrel compatible with the latest generation of airgun slugs, such as the Rangemaster Juggernaut
  • New, self-indexing rotary magazine with flip-open loading gate
  • Single-shot tray supplied
  • Two-stage electronic trigger with resettable safety catch
  • Full-length, integral sound moderator with adaptor for second-stage silencer and bronze 0dB silencer
  • Custom hard case supplied

Daystate has announced its first new release of the year – the Red Wolf Heritage – which not only represents the second generation of the British company’s electronic supergun, but is also a limited edition of only 250 rifles worldwide.

It’s been styled to match the Genus, a special version of the Huntsman that was launched to celebrate Daystate’s 40th anniversary. And like that gun, the Red Wolf Heritage mixes a bronze and carbon-fibre finish with matching laminate woodwork. Despite its super high-tech electronic brain, the rifle maintains a more classical look.

The limited edition Heritage model incorporates the very latest updates applied to the Red Wolf in its three-year production, such as the ART barrel and Mapped Compensation Technology, and Daystate guarantees the rifle can deliver match-like accuracy out to the most extreme ranges.

Available in standard and high-power (HP) configurations, with .177, .22, .25 and .30 calibre options, the Red Wolf Heritage should be available from the middle of April, with prices starting from £2,749. 

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