New: Daisy Model 599 10-Meter Competition Air Rifle

posted on December 3, 2018
Daisy Outdoor Products is currently taking preorders for the new Model 599 10-Meter Competition Air Rifle, which will ship on Wednesday, December 19. The asking price is $595.

They new Model 599 10-Meter Competition Air Rifle is a .177 caliber gun that allows competitive shooters complete a match without having to recharge, thanks to a removable, power-configurable cylinder that also includes a pressure gauge and quick-fill apparatus.

There's more match-friendly features: a cold-hammer-forged BSA barrel, integral 10.8 mm dovetail scope rail, hooded front sight and diopter rear sight.

The trigger weight is adjustable down to 1.5 pounds. The trigger is rotatable for right- or left-hand shooter convenience.

The ambidextrous beechwood stock has an adjustable comb, and also vertical and LOP adjustment.

The new Model 599 can only be purchased from the Daisy website. Preorders one now by calling Daisy Outdoor Products at 1-800-713-2479. There will only be 300 of these rifles available for 2018, so if you are planning on getting one before the end of the yearact fast!


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