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    Product: Diana RWS 34 Striker Combo, TO6 Trigger

    Diana RWS 34 Striker Combo, TO6 Trigger Air rifle
    Review entered on 2011-12-06 09:29:04

    Overall rating:5.0 5.0

    Value for money:5.0 5.0

    Accuracy:5.0 5.0

      By Mike from USA on 2011-12-06
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    Things I liked:I must say that initially I was a bit confused as to which air rifle to choose. My final decision was the Diana RWS 34 Striker combo with the TO6 trigger. The staff was fantastic in helping with relevant information, type of ammo and initial breakin tips. In just a few days the rifle arrived and that's when the fun began. Shooting a "springer" is different from a pump- up gun so I followed directions using the "artillery" hold. Without sights I was making two inch groups at thirty yards without a rest. Not bad for a 70 yr. old rookie. Then I finally attached the sight on the rail,stepped back 10 meters ,placed the rifle on a bench to start the sight- in procedure and fired at a home made target with an X marked on an old piece of wood. It appeared that I had missed the entire target until I walked up to it and found the pellet firmly imbedded in the crossing of the two lines. I'm talking the exact middle!The shot groupings at 20 and thirty yards with only minor adjustments allowed me to make groups the size of a dime. What a rifle and sight combo! Thanks folks for your advice and professionalism.
    Things I would have changed:Safety is a tad loose so be careful. Be sure to clean the barrel first since it will be liberally coated with oil. I used one of those "snakes" and it worked perfectly.
    What others should know:By all means use the" artillery" hold on your gun. It works!. There are many u tube videos to watch on "springer" air rifle use.
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