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UK Daystate Patriot Pump

Daystate Patriot pump right hand view.
Daystate Patriot pump right hand view.

Here is an English pump that came in the mail today. This is not the Daystate SAM (Semi Automatic) Patriot.

Right side of Patriot pump
Right side of Daystate Patriot Pump. Looks similar to the Daystate Patriot Semi Automatic (SAM) but it pump action.

It says Patriot on one side and Daystate on the other so it must have been built by Daystate before they made the Sam Patriot Semi Auto.

Logo on left side of Daystate Patriot Pump.
Logo on left side of Daystate Patriot Pump.

Looking at the internals, body style, asa and trigger mount I can now more positively identify the mystery pump in the article below as a Daystate nelson.  


Probably a year or so between the production of either of these pumps? 

Left side profile of Daystate Patriot Pump.
Left side profile of Daystate Patriot Pump.

I’ve never seen another one of these Daystate Patriot pumps and the closest I have seen is the mystery pump in that article.

Underside of Patriot pump.
Underside of Patriot pump.

Very happy to add this to the collection (regardless of its horrible shape and big thanks to Mike “Cannon Fodder” on mcb for helping me acquire it. And find a little more information on mcb at:

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