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Daystate is set for new growth

PUBLISHED: 14:07 28 October 2011 | UPDATED: 14:17 28 October 2011

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Daystate is set for new growth having been bought by a private investor.

Daystate is set for new growth having been bought by a private investor. The prestigious airgun maker said they willbe developing new products and plan to increase production, after being bought by Italian based Mauro Marocchi, who also own the Marocchi shotgun brand. The Staffordshire based company hope the developments will make their rifles more readily available.

Daystate MD, Tony Belas said: We now have a highly experienced and influential owner who has one eye fairly and squarely on moving the company forward thanks to the increased support that the larger group will be able to provide.

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