Diana RWS 48 Air Rifle, TO6 Trigger

  • DON from USA asked:


    • Ashley from USA:

      Thats going to depend on what scope you get because it depends on rather it has a 1" or 30mm tube as well as selecting the right hight for the objective.

  • Brad from USA asked:

    Since this rifle has a fixed barrel, do you feel that using a droop compensating scope mount is necessary? Ideally, I'd like to use a set of scope rings that clamp directly to the receiver dovetails.

    • Paul from USA:

      It all depends my RWS52 which is a fixed barrel needed a droop compensater.

    • Jerry from USA:

      Droop rail is not necessary for the fixed barrel

  • Marty from USA asked:

    Is there a video showing how to lube a RWS 48

    • Stephen from USA:

      As far as I can tell no. But Figure 10b was rather confusing. You have to remove the trigger guard and stock. On the bottom side you will see a hole with the spring in it. As far as the barrel, your guess is as good as mine.

  • david from USA asked:

    Is the BSA scope compatible with rws 48 side cocker. Scope says will not handle magnum spring

    • Neal from USA:

      Paul is right, my 48 destroyed a BSA scope inside of 100 rounds. I am using a Leapers now that still shoots great after several hundred rounds.

    • Paul from USA:

      I would definitely look into getting a leaper scope.

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