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Average Customer Review5 (54 reviews)
Things I liked:Awesome! I have seen and owned many pellet pistols. This is one of the best well balanced and accurate pistols I have fired coming straight out the box. The open sights are nice. My UTG 5th Gen 6x32AO Bug Buster Compact Rifle Scope will arrive in a couple of days, I can't wait. I appreciate all the previous positive owners' comments about the LP8. I found those comments to be right on target and a key factor in me deciding on this pistol rather than another I was considering. It is so much fun to shoot, I couldn't put the LP8 down. Because of the neighborhood I have to shot it in the garage for now. The pistol isn't loud at at all. Cocking is no problem but I rather use the cocking assist handle that comes as an accessory because I rather not risk damaging the front sights. WOW---I can't get over the LP8's accuracy.
Things I would have changed:I would change out the plastic grips. The pistol is too nicely made for plastic grips. Get some Rubber or Wood grips. I have already ordered some Galbraith Brothers--Walnut Grips.
What others should know:Get a long enough pistol case to better protect your nice investment. It will be money well spent. The LP8 is nicely built and will last you a long time and provide wonderful shooting enjoyment.
Things I liked:The Diana LP8 Magnum air pistol is a good looking air gun. It's powerful And accurate. When you start shooting at it , you don't Wanna stop . Very well made German Air pistol. I'm planning to add a red dot on it. The Diana RWS LP8 magnum is among my favor air gun.
Things I would have changed:They could have make it in . 22 cal too.
What others should know:It's only come in .177 cal
Things I liked:The pistol is LARGE but is very very well balanced. I read it is somewhat hard to cock but at 63 years old I have no problem. While needing cheater glasses with almost everything I do. I placed 7 shots at 60 feet in the size of a silver dollar while leaning against a tree- I'd say that is real accurate!
Things I would have changed:I don't like the trigger much as the primary pull is to easy and long then it feels like you hit the wall before it fires. I think something more progressive without being to light and making it dangerous would help.
What others should know:Try to find a holster for this pistol! It is to big to carry any distance free hand. I found a "Uncle Mikes sidekick" size 17 that works very well. I'm left handed and I buckle it my right in a cross draw fashion, that really helps when I pull it as long as it is.