Thought I would share this write up of my Daystate Midas Bullpup. The article appeared in a 1997 "Shooting Sports" magazine of which my dear friend Pat Farey (now deceased), was the first editor. In those days Bullpups were rare. However, the gun was superbly accurate but must have been the loudest airgun on the planet, unfortunately many shooters complained about the noise and demanded it chronographed, of course it was perfectly legal. The electronic trigger was a bit hit and miss on occasions so, with these issues I regrettably decided to move it on. By the way, the action originally belonged to Tony Belas, now the manager at Daystate.
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