...and to be honest you won't go wrong with either gun but a lot of what I liked about the Airwolf MCT was the shot count and consistency but the new Royales are about even now and all mechanical with a power adjuster. I had to sell my Royale (I didn't want to) and I still have my Airwolf (gonna have to sell it to it seems) and I know I will have to rebuy them later and I'll be happy with both once again and more so with the ROyale because of all the recent improvements in shot count and consistency.
Had the FX400 and the airwolf. The trigger on the airwolf is much better. From the bench the airwolf was more consistent, and it was not as fussy about pellets or cleaning. Magazines also seem to be an issue with the FX. I personally like the display on the Airwolf.
So far I have heard from SP and two more Plinkers who did not post here both telling me there is no comparison between the two PCP's. I didn't realize the Daystate was that much better then the FX or that the FX still had bugs to be worked out on its Royale.
own an Air Wolf and have shot Fx Royale 400 and 500. prefer the Wolf, because of the trigger and all of the instantly available info on the screen. at any given time i know the exact tank pressure, number of shots left in the magazine, number of shots taken since last tank refill, etc. i am the world's worst about keeping track of how many shots i have taken with the current magazine- nice that the gun does it for me. and the trigger just has to be experienced to be believed.
I read some responses and I agree the trigger on the Airwolf is great but the Royale is a fun gun to shoot! The ST barrel is a huge improvement. There is a $700-$800 difference in pricing.
I have had no problems with the FX magazines.
I can say My airwolf has hit 382 yard shot shattered a barn window by mistake. (Long story)
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