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Things I liked:I am very pleased with the workmanship on this rifle. The wood to metal fit is better than some firearms I`ve seen.The accuracy has been superb shooting dime size holes at 40 yards. Shooting through the chrony I had only 10 to 15 fps gaps in a10 shot string. This rifle is right out of the box prior to the testing.I understand it will be even better after a couple thousand rounds .I cant wait
Things I would have changed:GET RID OF PLASTIC PARTS!
What others should know:This gun is heavy with a smooth finish easy to drop.I traced the checkering pattern off my winchester per 64 and traced it on griptape and applied it to the stock.Its not as nice as a $500.00 checkering job but it dose the trick.
Things I liked:I have fired many spring powered and air powered rifels in the past several years and have always been very impressed by the RWS line. The Diana rifels are no exception. The one thing that most impressed about the 350 Feuerkraft is the low amount of strength necessary to cock this gun. It delivers an extremly powerful pellet and one would expect to have to really work to cock it but that's not the case.
Things I would have changed:I put a Center Line scope on it but there was nothing I could do to keep the scope in place when the gun was fired several times. It litterly sheared the locking pin off as it kept moving back after each round from the hard impact. I actually decided to use the rifel as an open sighted gun and it hit 8 out of 10 rounds in the bulls eye of a 5x5" target at about 50 yrds. I would change the mounting system for scopes in such a way as to block slidage. I'm sure that that gun could do the same or even better at a 100 yrds. or more if I had the scope mounted.
What others should know:I think I just told airgunners thr most important thing they need to know about this rifel.