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|Max Velocity||1000 fps|
|Cocking Effort||45 lbs.|
|Front Sight||Post globe|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage and elevation|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
|Trigger Pull||3.3 lbs|
Things I liked: What an awesome rifle. Quality the power is something else. Really sharp looking German gun. My first Diana. I love my springers. A lot of fun to shoot. Couldn't be happier. Super accurate!!! Scope and mount work very well
Things I would have changed: Really nothing!! Mybe price of course
What others should know: 3 tin break in period. Very frustrating till you hit that break in point. Took awhile to find the right pellet. Mine likes H&N 14.66gr. Chronys at 865 steady. Deadly accurate. Not quite as nice as my HW90 but this springer will put a smile on your face. Second favorite of all my rifles. You must be patient with this gun. Worth the wait. It's a fun challenge to shoot!!! Must have if you love springers.
Things I liked: I very high quality air rifle for the money . Outstanding trigger out of the box . The sights are very excellent quality . The wood matches the rifle very nicely .
Things I would have changed: nothing .
What others should know: I highly recommend the .22 cal version on this model . Up to 25 yards there is no need for scope if your eyes are working good . I can cover a 5 shot group with a nickel most of the time off of sand bags with iron sights at 20 yards. I have not tried the scope yet . Mine likes the RWS Meisterkugeln and RWS superdome . For best accuracy use a light hold .
Things I liked: The things I like about this beauty is just about everything. There was a moment in the break in process (still really breaking it in), I became a little bummed out that this rifle involved so much work between cocking, artillery hold, buying and seroing a great Hawke scope...I felt like going back to my Gamo (which there is nothing wrong with, it's a very sweet .22 Silent Stalker IGT Whisper). But I stayed with the RWS (I've had a 34 for many years). I made peace with it. Loosened it up with lots of shooting. Today I nailed an egg on top of a glass bottle at 50 yds., didn't touch the glass. For me, that's awesome and exciting. The squirrels and crows and a few coyotes were on the corner waiting for the next bus out of town after that
Things I would have changed: I like shooting heavy pellets, in particular, Eunjins. The RWS doesn't take their wide profile.
What others should know: Many shooters believe the RWS Magnum is the best break barrel on the market. I'm starting to agree. Make sure you have a more than decent and stable scope secured on this big boy rifle. You know you've been shooting after dancing with the Magnum. I stared at this weapon every day for months online and finally went for it. It already holds second place on my rifle rack. Number one is a .25 cal PCP. It's close...
What scope comes with this rifle? And does anyone know if it is comparable to the bushnel banner.
The description notes that the scope and mount now sold with this rifle are not the ones in the pictures. Anybody know what scope/mount combo comes with this rifle now?
Contact PA I'm sure they could help?
which pellets are suited best for this gun.
H&N 14.66 5.55mm is the best I found
I would suggest JSB.22-Jumbo [JSB Diabolo Exact Jumbo .22...]
|Max Velocity||1000 fps|