MK IV Combro Chronographs are now back in stock as from (22/9/12)
Christmas has come early for Woody’s this year as we have just received “out of the blue” part of our back order for Chrono MK 4 chronographs. To own one’s own chronograph is becoming ever more of a necessity these days if you want to avoid bringing your gun in to the shop for a power check.
“The new Daystate .30 caliber “Wolverine” arrives at Woody’s – unfortunately the “Twig” came too!”
After six years in development, this monster of an air rifle has arrived! The 50 grain .30 (7.62mm) “Emperor” pellet has been specially designed to give optimum performance from a rifle producing in excess of 100 ft lb kinetic energy. This beast can accurately hit vermin at up to 100 yards!
Due to the rifles large caliber the magazines capacity is limited to five. Many of its special developments remain at this point ‘under wraps’. We can reveal however that the action has been made of a Titanium Alloy, found to withstand high pressure whilst keeping the weight to a minimum. Cost of gun is:
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A sound moderator is recommended and this can be purchased at £119-00.
A firearms certificate is required to purchase the “Wolverine”
Two questions that we are frequently asked are can I make my airgun more powerful and is it viable to up-rate the weapon to firearms status?
All responsible manufacturers have for some time been incorporating anti-tamper devices in their products to ensure that the guns cannot be illegally increased in power. The trade can now easily ascertain if attempts have been made to alter the kinetic energy output and if found then the warranty is deemed as cancelled.
Our legal limit in the U.K. where an air rifle can be purchased without a licence is 12ft lbs kinetic energy and 6ft lbs on a pistol. Elsewhere in the world it can be a lot lower so customers in the U.K. would do well to avoid purchasing “grey imports”.
As responsible sellers of airguns we feel we should mention the change in the law last February concerning the safe storage of air weapons. We quote from the Home office leaflet:
It is now an offence for a person in possession of an air weapon to fail to take reasonable precautions to prevent a person under the age of 18 from gaining unauthorised access to it. There have been several deaths as a result of children getting hold of air weapons. These tragedies might have been prevented had the air weapons been stored safely.