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Average Customer Review4.5 (135 reviews)
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Things I liked:This is an outstanding rifle. The finish on the rifle is excellent - better than most firearms. For example, you cannot feel any joint between the buttplate and the stock - evidence that a lot of care is taken during the sanding process. The bluing on the rifle is perfect and the overall metal finish is perfect as well. The T06 trigger has an excellent 2 stage feel and a light but safe pull weight. Accuracy with open sights is as good as it gets. Right now, I'm the limiting factor as I learn the proper hold with a springer. I can't say enough about this rifle.
Things I would have changed:Nothing
What others should know:Purchase this rifle and you will have a quality airgun that will bring a lot of enjoyment.
Things I liked:I like the quality of the rifle, the weight and feel of it is excellent.The gun is very accurate, one of the reasons i bought it,pest control,no problem at all. It's a well made powerful rifle that gets the job done.
Things I would have changed:Really can't think of anything i would change.
What others should know:Give it time to get used to,the two stage trigger, the size of the gun, the best and easiest way to cock it. Once i got these things down the rifle is nothing but fun to shot.
Things I liked:Beautifully made, consistently accurate and powerful rifle. Fun to shoot. With only the fiber optic sight on my 0.22, I was able to hit roughly 1" groups at about 50 feet and a small drink bottle off a post at about 125 feet. The T06 trigger is firm but at the same time smooth enough that my young boy was able to participate a few times by pulling the trigger once I'd steadied the rifle (just hand-held, not on a stand or tripod of any sort), released the safety, and given him the signal. He enjoyed feeling like he'd hit the target "himself," and I was happy to get to teach him a little about the safe enjoyment of a sport I've done since I was a boy as well.
Things I would have changed:Not really "negatives," but as others have commented, this rifle is well balanced but hefty and the spring piston takes solid effort to crank. (Tip: give yourself leverage, cranking down from as far up the barrel / close to the front sight as you can go.) After enough shots, you may feel a little soreness in your cranking arm and shoulder. The payback, however, is a great deal of power and accuracy. Maybe the rifle gets easier to crank over time also, just hopefully not at the expense of too much power... Personally, I'd rather have a stiff spring that I know would discourage my boy or others from fooling around with the gun when / if it's out of storage.
What others should know:I love this rifle and think it's an outstanding value at the price I paid (under $300) or any price. I got to shoot my father-in-law's older 0.177cal model 34 (probably 20-30 years old - he's not sure how long he's had it) with a scope and was truly impressed at the accuracy and craftsmanship. While I'd say that the all wood and metal construction of the old rifle was especially gorgeous, the modern 34 is still clearly made with excellent performance and durability in mind.
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Model Assistant Diana RWS 34 Breakbarrel Rifle, T06 Trigger