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Average Customer Review4.5 (103 reviews)
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Things I liked:This gun is SOOOOO accurate. Beware it takes about 100 shots to get it to be dead on accurate, but with a few hours it can be achieved. The trigger is really smooth, so good job on that Diana. The stock is really comfortable, and this gun has a nice metal barrel. The stock sites on it are excellent, and are really bright.
Things I would have changed:The gun is a little heavy but you get used to it. Thats the only think really "bad" about this gun.
What others should know:Why don't you have one yet??
Things I liked:I have both the .22 and the .177 version. The .177 is the most accurate airgun I own.
Things I would have changed:Lower the sights so they don't interfere with scope mounting, (you may have to remove the rear sight in order to fit a large scope). Also the sights sit up too high to see them through see-through mounts.
What others should know:The .22 is very accurate, it shot 1/2 inch groups at 20 yds (off a bench) out of the box. This could probably be improved with higher power optics and a short break-in period. The .177 is already broken in and the performance is outstanding! It will consistantly hit a "bb" at 20 yds (off a bench rest). The .22 has no barrel droop, so I put a standard UTG 1 piece mount and an Accushot 3-12x44 30mm SWAT scope on it. The .177 does have barrel droop so I put a UTG droop compensating piccatiny rail for the T06, with a UTG 1 piece mount on it, combined with an Accushot 4-16x56 30mm SWAT scope. All fasteners have blue Loctite installed. Both rifles prefer RWS Superdomes and require a very gentle touch too achieve maximum accuracy.
Things I liked:Feels like a real gun. Nice fit and finish.
Things I would have changed:Not much.
What others should know:I can hit a Crossman empty pellet tin at 35 yards with open sites standing! You need to take some time to learn how to hold and aim. But after that the fun begins.
Model Assistant Diana RWS 34P air rifle