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Daystate Regal Vs HW 100

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Daystate Regal Vs HW 100

Daystate Regal
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HW100
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59%
 
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Re: Daystate Regal Vs HW 100

Postby Les1066 » Sat Sep 06, 2014 10:59 am

hungryrob wrote:Get someone else to do the shooting..... ;)


Or use a rifle 'vice' to hold each one steady. :thup:
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Re: Daystate Regal Vs HW 100

Postby 247sniper » Sat Sep 06, 2014 9:10 pm

Come on Dave, lets do this! :?
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Re: Daystate Regal Vs HW 100

Postby 247sniper » Sun Sep 07, 2014 3:44 pm

247sniper wrote:Come on Dave, lets do this! :?



I think Dave is scared, no reply and not organised anything ;) :razz:
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Re: Daystate Regal Vs HW 100

Postby leadpig » Mon Sep 08, 2014 7:10 am

next sunday at the range then :) , plenty of people to help shoot ;)
Sidebyside wrote:Leadpig is probably right,( though I hate to admit that :mad: ;) ) .


Fenrir wrote:It is often better to let people think you are a bit simple rather than removing all doubt.
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Re: Daystate Regal Vs HW 100

Postby 247sniper » Mon Sep 08, 2014 7:28 am

leadpig wrote:next sunday at the range then :) , plenty of people to help shoot ;)


Ok, we will get a third party to shoot both guns then, yeh. :thup:

At the end of the day, if both rifles are shot the same by the same person, then we probably wont be able to tell the difference. :thup:

Can you not make it up anytime this week with me up the farm or hills, Sunday is ages away?
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Re: Daystate Regal Vs HW 100

Postby leadpig » Mon Sep 08, 2014 6:12 pm

yes
yes
no
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Sidebyside wrote:Leadpig is probably right,( though I hate to admit that :mad: ;) ) .


Fenrir wrote:It is often better to let people think you are a bit simple rather than removing all doubt.
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Re: Daystate Regal Vs HW 100

Postby 247sniper » Mon Sep 08, 2014 6:24 pm

leadpig wrote:yes
yes
no
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Pussy ! :razz:
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Re: Daystate Regal Vs HW 100

Postby Texasproud » Mon Sep 15, 2014 1:23 pm

The only one I've handled is the HW 100 and I have to admit I'm already sold on it.
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Re: Daystate Regal Vs HW 100

Postby 247sniper » Mon Sep 15, 2014 2:30 pm

Texasproud wrote:The only one I've handled is the HW 100 and I have to admit I'm already sold on it.


Try them both before you commit. :grin:
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Re: Daystate Regal Vs HW 100

Postby leadpig » Sun Nov 23, 2014 12:37 am

247sniper wrote:
Texasproud wrote:The only one I've handled is the HW 100 and I have to admit I'm already sold on it.


Try them both before you commit. :grin:

ohhh boy are you going to regret saying that :razz: :razz: :razz: :razz: :razz:
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Fenrir wrote:It is often better to let people think you are a bit simple rather than removing all doubt.
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Re: Daystate Regal Vs HW 100

Postby 247sniper » Sun Nov 23, 2014 10:26 am

leadpig wrote:
247sniper wrote:
Texasproud wrote:The only one I've handled is the HW 100 and I have to admit I'm already sold on it.


Try them both before you commit. :grin:

ohhh boy are you going to regret saying that :razz: :razz: :razz: :razz: :razz:




Now that I own both, i can say from experience, that there is no accuracy differences between the two. I can and have put one hole groups at 30 yards with both rifles with their favorite pellet. The Daystate is a beautiful looking rifle where as the HW100 looks mean. The DS has a greater shot count, approx 30 shots extra per charge.

I really do love the cycling action on the HW100, it is famous for this, where as the DS is better balanced and is lighter and points better.

Ill stand by what I say here, Try before you buy they both have their advantages and disadvantaged etc.

In terms of accuracy they are both just awesome plain and simple.

I do also think that this Poll is not really the way to decide which is the better gun, most if not all people will be will be voting on the rifle that they own or just the one that they have had a go off. I don't believe anyone can give accurate feed back unless they have had a real good go at both. I include myself at the time i created this Poll.

Again now that I have owned both, try before you buy. :thup:
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Re: Daystate Regal Vs HW 100

Postby rover » Sun Aug 09, 2015 7:02 pm

Hi has to be the Regal as I have just bought one. :grin:
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Re: Daystate Regal Vs HW 100

Postby andykllhr » Thu Apr 14, 2016 12:30 pm

If it is "out of the box" then I may be swayed towards HW100, however, I bought a Regal about a year ago, lovely thing, however after a suspected clipping issue and rainbow like power curve I wasn't that chuffed with it. I sent it to Carl Garbett at AirTech and what came back is nothing short of amazing, he fitted a regulator (bespoke to the rifle), cut back the shroud and threaded the barrel for my silencer, all with a full tune for £85, which is astoundingly cheap considering the quality of the work.
I have been out a couple of times with my mate and his HW100K FSB and it has to be said that IMHO my Regal is better, it's lighter, has a higher shot count, is marginally quieter and is far prettier. It's a really lovely rifle and I couldn't be more chuffed.
So if I was offering advice it would be to pick up a good secondhand Regal and send it to Carl, you simply won't be disappointed.
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Re: Daystate Regal Vs HW 100

Postby Cam » Tue Apr 26, 2016 8:38 am

Given the above choice, then I would go for the HW.

However, I were to allowed to make an alternative choice, then it would be an AA S200.
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