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Average Customer Review5 (52 reviews)
Things I liked:Tried several $300 Air Guns. Had a hard time getting consistant groups. Then ordered the RWS 34P Striker combo and with in 200 shots, at 15 yards was consistantly hitting 1/4 inch groups. Trigger is amazing. Extremely sensitive. No long pulls, 2 stage or gun movement on trigger pull. This gun is so much better made than any of the others I had tried. Very quiet and it gives you a choice of using scope or hard sights. The scope that comes with it is decent but I decided to order a Leapers from Pyramid Air with the green or red reticle. Now if I am not putting each shot with in an 1/8 of an inch i'm upset, but know its my fault, not the guns.
Things I would have changed:Initially I ordered the wood version. OMG, it was beautiful and so well made! But decided I would be to worried about marking it up or scratching it so Pyramid Air graceously agreed to take it back and send me the Synthetic stock model. Again the scope on it is OK but I spent alittle more and got the Leapers. Crystal clear....Sharp and very easy to see with green or red reticle.
What others should know:I dealt with several companies upon my Air Gunning journey but Pyramid Air stood behind their products, very fast shipping, replied quickly to emails and their phone customer service was excellent and very knowlegable. I now order exclusively from them and their pricing is very competitive!
Things I liked:The trigger is incredible, the accuracy superb. The balance of the rifle, synthetic stock and sights all great. Even like the position of the safety. Very enjoyable to shoot even with the open sights. The gun is well built and should last many years.
Things I would have changed:The RWS one piece drooper mounts with only two screws per ring, will not prevent the scope from shifting. Tried a few different scopes but still would not hold the scope securely. Definately need 4 screws per ring mounts. The gun sounded horrible while cocking. The spring was not lubed at the factory. Worked some moly into the spring and after 700 shots much better now.
What others should know:Great gun for a plinker, bench shooter or hunter! Accuracy is great with many types of pellets but is incredible with SuperDomes in .177. The synthetic stock is much more comfortable than expected and I don't worry about scratches and nicks like I do with my wood stock rifles.
Things I liked:German engineering, accuracy, power (.22), and Diana 34p reputation.
Things I would have changed:For the striker combo, I would charge more but put a better scope and rings on it. Why put a scope that doesn't meet the quality of the rifle? Air Venturi Tech force seems like it will probably do the job...but time will tell. Picture shows 4 hex screws per ring but ended up with 2 hex screws per ring. It was my understanding from sales that I was getting 4 hex screw as pictured. Blogs have mentioned to avoid these mounts since they won't hold the scope well. RWS could make the safety switch easier to grab when a scope is mounted on the gun. Have tabs on the side and not just on top.
What others should know:Very nice gun. The .22 goes right through yellow pine, pressure treated wood at 50 yards. Very accurate. It's great knowing you can get parts for this gun. I have a stoeger and a ruger springer and they don't even come close to quality, but, for the money they still are a lot of fun. This would be hard for younger (supervised) kids to cock the gun.
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