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    Diana RWS 350 Feuerkraft Pro Compact

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    • RWS Diana 350 Feuerkraft Pro Compact air rifle
    • Includes 3-9x40 scope mount (no open sights)
    • Breakbarrel with low cocking effort!
    • Shorter stock than the 350 Feuerkraft
    • Large muzzlebrake to aid cocking
    • Straight, ambidextrous hardwood stock
    • 2-stage adjustable TO5 trigger
    • Rubber recoil pad on a slight Monte Carlo buttstock
    • Matte blue finish
    • Ideal for hunting

    Feuerkraft stands for "Firepower" in English, and that's exactly what this rifle delivers but in a small package. It's 4 inches shorter than the 350 Magnum, making it more convenient and lighter weight if you're carrying your gun rather than just benching it. It's hard to get German quality at this price so, don't pass on this one!
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    0.177" (4.5mm)
    1250 fps
    42 lbs.
    11mm dovetail
    Two-stage adjustable
    Small game hunting/target practice
    3.3 lbs
    8.5 lbs
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    Overall rating:5.0 5.0

    Value for money:5.0 5.0

    Accuracy:5.0 5.0

      By Benjamin from USA on 2015-01-17
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    Things I liked:Very accurate and repeats in same hole in target at 25 yards, cover with a dime.
    Things I would have changed:Much too heavy for hunting. If you are an old fellow like me it is hard to cock. It is not the spring that makes it hard to cock but the locking of the barrel in place. Also hard to move to lock. After you unlock the barrel it isn't too hard to finishing cocking.
    What others should know:Too heavy for older men or maybe women of any age to carry and cock

    Overall rating:4.0 4.0

    Value for money:3.0 3.0

      By TUAN from USA on 2014-12-22
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    Things I liked:well made so far, haven't played yet.
    What others should know:The scope kit is made from china that really disappointed me. It is better for not to include this junk in the package.

    Overall rating:5.0 5.0

    Value for money:5.0 5.0

    Accuracy:5.0 5.0

      By lance from USA on 2014-12-07
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    Things I liked:This is my second RWS Rifle, my first being my M-36, and my third RWS air gun. Shooting the 350FKPC is like coming home. The wood stock was immaculately finished and flawlessly stained and sealed. The metal work is uniformly bead blasted and, apparently, painted. The TO5 Trigger is smooth and breaks very well. It shoots like a cannon and is somewhat loud, as others have observed. The cocking cycle and shot cycle are consistent and should smooth out over time as have my M-26 and 5G TO1.
    Things I would have changed:The set screws on the barrel weight/cocking handle are too small. I had the same problem with the M-36's RWS cast steel muzzle weight that I purchased as an accessory. I finally drilled out the puny set screw holes, re-tapped them with a larger metric thread and put in two larger set screws and solved the wiggle problem permanently. I can see that the Blue Loc Tite is NOT going to solve the 360FKPC wiggle but the drilling and tapping will. I would also prefer some means of opting for a globe front sight to allow for the use of a diopter open sight. Given the violent shot cycle, I'd like the option of iron peep sights. I must say that I miss the stamped "engraving" of the Diana Logo and model identification lettering of the M-36. The painted on logo and identification lettering just lacks the class of the three-dimensional work. The aft stock seems a bit short to me. I did, however, purchase the Pro Compact, so maybe it's what one is to expect with what is a carbine?
    What others should know:The 305FKPC broke the supplied (package) RWS scope in less than 200 rounds. The upper half of the vertical reticle started moving to the left without its lower half. I have a suspicion that the scope (made in China) isn't up to the task at hand and I'll go through the next one, have it replaced by UMAREX and put the replacement aside and purchase an UTG Leapers. Others in my air gun blog have had better results with the supplied scope - so here's hoping. Once I cure the scope and the muzzle weight issues, this rifle, like its older sibling, the M-36, will be tack drivers and a legacy to my son, and maybe his son, too? One just can't beat German precision and craftsmanship (even if they are no longer made in WEST Germany!). Buy these while they are available!
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    • Lee from USA asked:

      The mount that comes with the gun does not fit flush with the rail unless you remove the short flat blade screw near the back of the rail. This seems silly to me. Are you supposed to remove the screw so that the mount fits flush on the rail? Originally I was going to buy utg drooper mount but it doesn't specify that it fits on the 350 magnum.

      • Cory from USA:

        The screw is a scope stop screw and it is indeed not needed on all models of air gun. You can use PY-A-4191 with the 350 Magnum.

    • VINAY from India asked:

      can i order for a .22 caliber.

      • Chevota from USA:

        I asked about a normal length barrel in .22 and was told $200, which is what I paid for the whole gun brand new on sale before prices jumped. Ideally, if you can, you could buy a Lothar-Walther barrel and have it fitted to the oem barrel block. It might even be cheaper, and the quality upgrade would be day and night.

      • Stanley from USA:

        The diana rws 350 magnum is available 22 caliber , it has a longer barrel.

      • Val from USA:

        no longer available in the USA

    • Todd from USA asked:

      Anyone have cocking effort and power #'s? Depending on the source it's 35-50% harder to cock than the regular 350, but the regular 350 has 30% more power. Plus this gun is more $. Sounds like a lose lose situation, all that for a gun that's 3.3" shorter...

      • Edith from USA:

        According to the importer, it has a cocking effort of 42 lbs.

      • Todd from USA:

        That comparo is a Feuerkraft vs a regular 350, the Fukt (for short) (and yes that's funny) is a base model 350, and mine was $200 about two years ago. The regular 350 Mag was about $340 at that time. The stock is the only difference between the two, but the price diff is huge. This shorter barrel should be 26% harder to cock, but I don't know what either of them cock at. You see I tuned mine first thing due to some serious flaws, and after tuning the cocking is 32lbs. I think a oem gun is closer to 36-38? If so a 26% add hits that 44-48 mark they're claiming. It's interesting all the different specs out there for the same gun. The place I bought mine also lists the "Pro" as 150fps slower which sounds about right to me, but here they claim the same fps. I'd love to see one even come close to mine in power. 150fps is the typical difference between a std gun and a magnum. So basically you'll oay mag price, carry mag weight, cock mag effort, but spit pellets at regular speed. So I see zero advantage to this gun over a 34 or 350, but I see many negatives. Unless I'm missing something here which is why I'm asking.

      • Val from USA:

        This gun is cheaper than the regular 350 according to this comparison. Would be interesting to get an answer on the cocking effort is it really 48 lbs?

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    Item DescriptionCaliberMax VelocityItemCodeStockGripColor
    RWS Diana 350 Feuerkraft Pro Compact with unmounted 3-9x40 scope. Ideal for hunting small rodents or plinking.

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    0.177" (4.5mm)1250 fpsRWS-2166157 [PY-1502-2690]HardwoodAmbiBrown


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