The contemporary Huntsman maintains all the features airgunners have come to expect from a PCP bearing the famous Daystate marque, from its shrouded match-grade barrel, through its snap-fit filling system and integral pressure gauge, to its solid breech block that accepts Daystate’s proven 10-shot rotary magazine. The mag can be replaced with the supplied single-shot tray for direct-to-barrel loading if preferred, too.
Courtesy of its Harper patent Slingshot hammer and valve system, the Huntsman is capable of performance levels hitherto unachievable in a mechanically-driven PCP, and higher power versions in the Regal line produce muzzle energies up to 30 ft/lbs, or 40 ft/lbs on the extended-cylinder XL model.
Indeed, it makes the perfect chassis for the latest variant – the HR Huntsman Regal. Incorporating an air regulator designed in collaboration with Dutch pneumatic specialist Huma, the HR model improves the Regal’s already consistent velocity, and extends its shots-per-charge count up to 70%.
The Regal – proclaiming its rightful accession to bear the Huntsman’s famous crown.
|Two-stage mechanical release. Adjustable for weight and length of stage
|.177, .20, .22, .25
|Magazine or Single Shot Tray
|Up to 230 BAR (3,335 psi)
|Two-stage mechanical release. Adjustable for weight and length of stage.
|Manual, rotary trigger block lever