Date: 11/8/2020 6:27
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Customers Q&A on Diana 240 Classic Air Rifle

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  • charlie from USA asked:

    Is there an advisable Time limit I can keep my rifle cocked without concern of causing damage to the springs or any other part of the rifle?

    • Mark from USA:

      You should not be left cocked for more than 1/2 an hour. The spring will "take a set". It will stay compressed and have to be replaced.

  • Alfonso from USA asked:

    What is the LOP on the Diana 240?

    • Mark from USA:

      13 1/2"

  • Werner from USA asked:

    Can this go up to 75 yards with scope? Just shooting paper. Thanks.

    • Mark from USA:

      75 yards is a bit far. even 50 yards will be a challenge. You need 800 fps + to get you out to 75 yards.

  • joseph from USA asked:

    what is barrel droop?

    • Paul from USA:

      If you google it you'll find lots of sites explaining what it is.

  • veljko from Serbia asked:

    can this airgun kill a squirrel,rabbit,pidgeon or something else

    • Mark from USA:

      At extremely close range . Yes(10-25 feet) The gun is a low power target/plinking gun. You need more power for a pest control gun.

  • Trainwreck from USA asked:

    What is the length of pull?

    • John from USA asked:

      I really dont like the fiber optic sites on the Diana 240. Are there standard blade iron sites , front and rear, that Could be installed on the 240? Does not have to be Diana product.

      • Frank A from USA:

        Three drops of flat black paint works wonders

    • Phillip from USA asked:

      Will this rifle have barrel droop like most all other Diana's?

      • SG from USA:

        I agree with you that most Dianas are droopy. However, I just got a 240 and there is very little to no droop. I also recently just got a new Model 34 that has minimal droop.

      • Paul from USA:

        A lot of break barrels have barrel droop not just Diana.

    • michael from USA asked:

      Is this made in Germany.

      • VICTOR from USA:

        Yes, these are M&G (Diana) from Germany. Vic, AZ

    • Phillip from USA asked:

      Why doesn't anyone awnser questions on this rifle? I was hoping someone from Pyr would help me out sice I've purchased $11,000 in the last few yrs.

      • Val from USA:

        Looks like these are answered now...

    • Phillip from USA asked:

      Will this rifle be available in .22 caliber?

    • Randall from USA asked:

      Where is the Diana 240 made?

      • Val from USA:

        Germany

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