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Daystate-Air-Ranger-25

Daystate-Air-Ranger-25
 
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SKU Daystate-Air-Ranger-25
Manufacturer Daystate
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High Power, Pre-Charged Pneumatic (PCP)

 

Walnut Stock
High Quality PCP

Daystate Air Ranger

A highly versatile rifle with the power and accuracy to handle anything you want it to do; from the hardest of hunting trips, to the challenge of Hunter Field Target. Recoil free 10-shot repeater that comes with a full length barrel shroud. Fitted with the new Harper Mk4 valve for a high shot capacity. Ambidextrous high grade walnut stock with a superb oiled finish.
 

Specifications:  
   
Overall Length: 47"
Barrel Length 21" (includes shroud but not Muzzlebrake)
Calibers: .22, .25
Weight: 8.6 lbs
Safety: Manual
Action Finish: Matte
Cylinder Capacity: 500cc non-removable bottle

 

Caliber
Velocity fps
Muzzle Energy
.25
880
50 fpe*

* Using a 31.02 grain Baracuda and the gun charged to 3300 psi.

Our Take - Daystate Air Ranger Air Rifle

Velocity Test Results for the Daystate Air Ranger

Straight Shooters Use Score
Plinking
Target Shooting
Pest Control
Hunting
5
5
5
5

Daystate has been known for a long time as a manufacturer of very fine rifles and the Air Ranger is no exception. Regardless of which caliber you choose, the power level is very, very good. And the Air Ranger shoots as well as it looks. If you're a hunter that wants to kill what you're shooting at quickly and efficiently, the Air Ranger in any caliber gets the job done very efficiently.

The Air Ranger has an ambidextrous stock and the stock itself is a beautiful walnut. It will work perfectly for right and left handed shooters. As is typical of high powered PCP's, it's has a bit of weight although the balance is excellent. The trigger is adjustable and has a very crisp let-off. And of course, the first stage can be adjusted also. The shot count is very good for a high powered PCP as is shown below in the tests. The report is also very quiet for a gun of that power and the 500cc bottle yields a goodly number of shots. The Air Ranger features a bolt action which functions smoothly and the 10 shot magazine is very easy to load, All in all, it's a very nice rifle.

The tests below are for the .25 caliber. The Our Take tests are always done by using a 3000 psi charge. We are aware that some of the more powerful PCP's can be charged to a higher level which would yield some additional shots and possibly a couple more fpe as well. But regardless of the gun's brand, we continue to use a 3000 psi charge as the default level when testing. The Air Ranger for example is advertised using a 3300 psi charge and some other brand's rifle's use a 3200 psi charge for their advertising. But although charging to a higher level yields a bit more power and extra shots, not every shooter happens to own a carbon fiber tank allowing them to charge to those higher levels. Using a hand pump for example, can be difficult to get over 3000 psi and especially when charging guns with large 400 and 500cc air bottles. So while the advertising might be accurate when using higher levels of charge, we stick with the 3000 psi level that all shooters can attain with their hand pump or scuba tank. That might mean giving up a few extra shots but is a bit more in touch with the reality of using a hand pump or scuba tank out in the field. And the Our Take tests will then show what the reality will be in terms of velocitiy and power when using a standard 3000 psi charge rather than the higher charge level.

Bottom line is that the Air Ranger is a high quality, powerful and accurater rifle. 50+ fpe and velocities hitting the 900's is pretty awesome and will easily dispatch small game of all kinds. I should also add that the gun functioned flawlessly. The gun is well built, shoots well and would make any owner a happy camprr.



.25 Caliber Pellets
Pellet Name
Pellet Weight (grains)
Ratings at the Muzzle
Ratings at
10 Yards
Ratings at
25 Yards
Ratings at
50 Yards
Ballistic Coefficient
Name
Advertised
Tested
Velocity (fps)
Energy
(ft lbs)
Velocity
(fps)
Energy
(ft lbs)
Velocity
(fps)
Energy
(ft lbs)
Velocity
(fps)
Energy
(ft lbs)
Average Energy
19.91
19.60
1004
44
900
35
787
27
645
18
.015
21.14
21.20
976
45
860
35
734
25
574
16
.012
H&N Silver Point
24.38
24.00
929
46
826
36
708
27
554
16
.012
24.38
24.30
932
47
828
37
710
27
556
17
.012
24.85
24.90
920
47
819
37
703
27
550
17
.012
25.39
25.40
930
49
872
43
800
36
701
28
.023
26.00
25.70
920
48
837
40
739
31
607
21
.015
26.23
26.30
917
49
835
41
737
32
605
21
.015
26.23
25.90
920
49
826
39
716
30
571
19
.013
Silver Bear
26.23
26.30
917
49
830
40
726
31
589
20
.014
27.00
27.20
898
49
762
35
689
29
540
18
.012
27.50
27.80
914
52
871
47
815
41
735
33
.030
27.80
27.90
911
51
852
45
777
37
673
28
.021
28.40
28.00
911
52
852
45
777
38
673
28
.021
31.00
31.00
879
53
822
47
748
39
645
29
.020
31.02
30.50
881
53
842
48
789
42
713
34
.030
31.02
30.50
883
53
841
48
785
42
704
34
.028
31.02
30.50
887
53
844
48
788
42
707
34
.028

Number of Shots using a JSB Exact King 25.39 grain pellet. Gun charged to 3000 psi.*
1-10 927 49 fpe
11-20 906 46 fpe
21-30 879 44 fpe
31-40 853 41 fpe
*Note: Shooters that own charging equipment capable of filling to a higher presure such as 3200 or 3300 psi will be able to get more shots per fill. We show the number of shots based on a 3000 psi fill level because many shooters have charging equipment that can only charge to 3000 psi.

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