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Diana RWS 350 Magnum, .22, TO6 Trigger


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  • Description
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  • RWS Diana 350 Magnum air rifle
  • Spring-piston
  • Breakbarrel
  • NEW TO6 trigger
  • Rear is adjustable
  • Raised cheekpiece
  • Monte Carlo buttstock with ventilated buttpad
  • Beech stock
  • 11mm scope rail
  • Deeply blued
  • Ideal for hunting
Tech specs: Our tech department tested the .22 rifle with a 14-grain pellet and got 850 fps. Lighter pellets will deliver higher velocities, heavier pellets will deliver lower velocities.

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Caliber0.22" (5.5mm)
Max Velocity1000 fps
Barrel Length19.25"
Overall Length48.0"
Shot Capacity1
Cocking Effort45 lbs.
Front SightPost globe
Rear SightAdjustable for windage and elevation
Scopeable11mm dovetail
TriggerTwo-stage adjustable
ButtplateVentilated rubber
Suggested forSmall game hunting/plinking
Trigger Pull3.3 lbs
Body TypeRifle
Weight8.2 lbs
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By Menelaos from USA on 2015-12-06
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Things I liked: The balance is superb. The look and feel is gorgeous. The overall build quality is exceptional. I find the cocking effort to be very reasonable for a 'one-handed' operation, with the buttstock firmly held on my hip. The T06 trigger even with factory settings is a delight to shoot. It did take around 40 shots to get the 'feel' for the trigger adjustments, but when 'optimized' the T06 gives a wonderfully clean break point. This gun is far more accurate than me. Practicing at 10 meters indoors (sitting), and if I do my part she will put 5 pellets into a ragged hole. With the droop-rail and the scope the gun is 10.1lbs. She is not a light-weight play-thing. However, the 'weight' is very much needed to compensate for the recoil, which is non-trivial given the power from the gun.

Things I would have changed: The barrel of the gun should be 'cut' by 1.0 to 1.5 inches, to allow storage in standard 48-inch rifle/gun cases. At 48 inches long the D350 needs at least a 50-inch case (minimum). The globe front sight 'insert' should be changed to either the 2mm round (part # 301285), or the 3mm square post (part # 301281). I ordered both of these inserts from Umarex directly. Put a little more lubrication on the main spring and cocking track.

What others should know: The gun comes quite 'dry'. Do not let the scrunching-squeeking-twanging in the few dozen initial cocking and shooting cycles put you off. With a few drops of RWS spring cylinder oil on the main spring and the cocking track the gun will soon purr. Mount a scope on a solid mount, or on top of a rail. I installed the DNT06 droop rail and mounted my scope with 6-screw (tactical) medium-height Weaver rings. Put Blue locktite on all 3 stock screws AND the globe front sight screw, else all will become loose. Finding the 'optimal' pellet is ongoing. I do know that my D350 does not like the Ruger Superpoint (17g). But she does not object to the CPHP, the Air Arms Field, or the H&N FTT. My D350 does NOT like a dirty barrel. The 'effect' is clearly seen, a marked deterioration of accuracy. Clean the barrel, and back to gorgeous she goes.

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By ali from USA on 2015-10-28
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Things I liked: This is a powerful air rifle with a beautiful stock which every fan of airguns should consider adding to his/her collection. Iron sights are very accurate

Things I would have changed: I have this rifle in .22 with a 4-16x50 gamo scope one piece mount. Now the problem for me was that after trying different brands of pellets only one seemed to work for me which was a rather heavy with tight fit kinda pellet and even that had POI shift. so that made me think what is really the problem with this gun. after trying different solutions finally I found out that this gun simply needs detuning. so I put a mod52 mainspring in it with proper amount of grease. Now my gun is very accurate even with light pellets and I think I can participate in competitions now !

What others should know: if you're solely after power this is the right rifle for you, and if you're after long range accuracy again this is the right rifle for you BUT ONLY after you have properly detuned it !

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By William from USA on 2015-08-17
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Things I liked: fit and finish are excellent. Hard hitting and very accurate. The iron sights included are will made and easy to use, unlike the plastic ones found on "bargain" rifles and even some other RWS products.

Things I would have changed: Perhaps a lower price, that is something nobody would ever complain about!

What others should know: I bought one of these last fall. Since then, two of my neighbors have shot it and wanted one ordered for themselves. These are VERY hard hitting and accurate out to about 50 yards. I have been able to achieve groups of about 2-3" at 100 yards on a good day. When choosing a scope for this rifle, stay with something having an etched glass reticle. Mine, and both of my neighbors are fitted with Leapers (4-16X56 on mine, 3-12X44 on the other two). The Leapers are priced right and seem to hold up well day after day where the cheaper wire reticle scopes sometimes did not last 50 shots.

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  • Rudedawg from USA asked:

    I own 2 RWS 34 T06's in .177 and they amaze me in accurately taking down smaller nuisance pests (squirrels, rabbits, etc.) around my farm quickly and humanely with head shots @ 25 yrds. I am going to purchase an air rifle in .22 for larger pests (armadillos, etc.) in ranges of 30-35 yrds. and really need to know if the 350 is that much harder to shoot than the 34? I shoot from a rest in a blind so any input on this rifle is greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance, RP.

    • Billy from USA:

      Highly recommend it for your purposes. Not really any harder to shoot. Naturally it is somewhat longer, heavier, a little harder to cock and has a bit more recoil. But it is also deadly accurate, 1/2 inch groups @ 30 yds. and you get a huge increase in power, 24 FPE @ muzzle and 13 FPE @ 50 yds. Not quite, but almost, double the power of the RWS 34.

  • William from USA asked:

    I have the understanding that this gun was originally produced using the T-05 trigger? If so, in what year did it get replaced with the T-06 trigger? Is there much difference in performance between the T-05 & T-06 triggers?

    • Rudedawg from USA:

      To the best of my knowledge the T06 was introduced in the RWS34 in 2011 and in the RWS350 in 2012. Have not had any dealings with the T05 but have with the Quattro and the T06 in my 2 34's is light years ahead of the Quattro. Fully adjustable (tricky) but really can be tailored to your preferences. Hope this helps, RP.

  • Larry from USA asked:

    What is the difference between the Diana and the UMAREX 350 22? Where are each made? Thank you very much

    • Dan the Man from USA:

      Their the same rifle. Umarex imports Diana's from Germany.

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Item Description

In stockRWS-2166150 [PY-2531-878]
Hunt longer distances and small pests and game
New T06 trigger!
Caliber0.22" (5.5mm)
Max Velocity1000 fps

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