Date: 7/6/2020 2:56

Customers Q&A on Diana 56TH Target Hunter Air Rifle

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  • Joe from USA asked:

    The cap that's at the end of the muzzle brake, could that we unscrew or taken off?

    • Louis from USA:

      Yes, the cap is removable and baffels can be inserted.

    • Joe from USA:

      Sorry for the typo "..Could that be unscrew or taken off?"

    • Tyler from USA:

      Not sure on the cap, but the entire brake can be removed, yes

  • mojtaba from USA asked:

    What are the best pellets for this specific .22 56 th air rifle? One for target at 30 yards and for hunting at 60 yards?

    • Louis from USA:

      I've had very good results with JSB 15.89g my model 54 (same action). I have tried a lot of pellets.

    • Tyler from USA:

      Each gun is different, you'll need to test a variety of pellets to see what is the most accurate in your gun. Once you find the most accurate pellet, I'd recommend using that pellet for hunting.

  • VALENTIN from USA asked:

    Is the muzzle break removable? ---- I wish!

    • Tyler from USA:


  • John from USA asked:

    I just saw a YouTube video of the 56th shooting .22 Crosman Premiers through a chronograph at a pretty consistent 675 fps. Since the Premier is a pretty standard pellet, this seems incongruous to the 890 fps specification listed on this site. I've been seriously considering one of these, but 675 fps on a 14.3gr pellet seems too slow for the money. Is 675 a real value? Or did the guy who did the video have his chronograph poorly set up?

    • Bostjan from Slovenia asked:

      Can you tell me is this gun god for left-hander??

      • Tyler from USA:

        The stock is ambidextrous so it should be no trouble for a lefty to shoot.

    • Daniel from USA asked:

      When will this become available with the N-Tec gas piston?

      • Tyler from USA:

        At this point, we have not heard anything about an N-tec version

    • David from USA asked:

      I hesitate when a company offers a guarantee of lesser value on its products. Past experience in my field tells me something has been done in the quality department, i.e. usually a manufacturing change simplifying production at the customer's expense. Why do you suppose RWS has all of a sudden reduced its warrantee on the 56TH? Anybody got a plausible explanation? Until I saw the reduced warrantee past excellent experience with my 2 RWS 350s had me seriously considering the 56Th in .25.

      • Tyler from USA:

        It has nothing to do with quality or manufacturing. Notice how this is labeled as a Diana and not an RWS Diana like the model 350? This gun comes direct from Germany and is not covered under the same warranty through Umarex because they do not import it.

    • William from USA asked:

      Does this carry a lifetime warranty?

      • Jerry from USA:

        No, it carries a 2 year limited warranty

      • Dan the Man from USA:

        No, it carries a 2-year limited warranty.