Date: 20/8/2018 8:41
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Customers Q&A on Diana Chaser CO2 Air Pistol

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  • Ted from USA asked:

    Is thread protector on barrel removable and is a accessory silencer available (ant brand or manufacturer)? Thanks

    • Tyler from USA:

      Yes the thread protector is removable. PA does not offer any silencers that will fit it, though I am told a pistol length barrel with a fixed suppressor will likely be offered in the near future.

  • John from Panama asked:

    Does Diana sell a silencer just for the pistol? If so, how and where do I purchase the silencer?

    • Tyler from USA:

      At least for the US market, no. It may be available internationally though

  • michael from USA asked:

    Got my22 version yesterday. Pistol not rifle kit. Purchased 2 seven shot mags. With the pistol , you will need an optical sight to see over the mag which almost totally obstructs the front sight. Pistol with iron sights will most likely be a single shot. Had I known, I wouldnt have ordered the mags

    • Thomas from USA asked:

      Has anyone test fired this pistol? Cant find any reviews in any form. Looking forward to be an owner of Diana Chaser.

      • Bill from USA:

        This gun is a rebranded Smk cp2 look that gun up on YouTube

    • Matt from USA asked:

      Is the front sight removable so a moderator/silencer can be attached?

      • Tyler from USA:

        The cap (in front of the sight) is a thread protector. Cannot say for sure yet whether or not that will be removable.

    • Thomas from USA asked:

      Is it possible to post an owners manual on the pa website?

      • Tyler from USA:

        I'm sure when they have one, it will get posted

    • stephen from Canada asked:

      If you were to put on the stormchaser mag would you need other parts in order let it function?

      • Tyler from USA:

        Nope, just remove the single shot tray

    • Francis from USA asked:

      What is grip diameter? I want my wife to be able to use this. She has a small hand but can handle something like a Ruger MKII or a J frame.

      • Tyler from USA:

        About 1" in diameter and about 1.75-2" from back to front depending on where you measure

    • Andy from Canada asked:

      Will this be Like the Crosman 2240 in Term's of "After-Market" & "Third-Party" Part's & accessories?.......for example, Would you be able to get a 3rd party "Breech", or Different Barrel Length's, Muzzle-brake's, custom Wooden Stock's, etc,. etc,.?,,,,as Well as having any "Modding" capabilities?,,,,,,,or Is this a "What You See, What You Get" sort of Deal, where if You want to Change it's appearance,,,,Your Only Option is a "Camo-Dip"???,. Cheer's, & Thank's, Andy.

      • Tyler from USA:

        While it's a fair question, there's no way to know at this point. With a relatively new gun, it takes time to build up an aftermarket parts catalog and often times these things are born from the tinkerers and modders that buy them. So at this point, aftermarket parts are going to be slim...but that may very well change quickly depending on the guns popularity.

    • Matt from USA asked:

      Is the front sight removable?

      • Chris from USA:

        Yes.

      • Tyler from USA:

        The front sight is fixed to a plastic muzzle brake, I could not get it off. Probably loctited on

    • michael from USA asked:

      Will this actually be available in June?

      • Martin from USA asked:

        Can you use the open sights with a magazine installed

        • Tyler from USA:

          Yes

      • Martin from USA asked:

        In .177 how many accurate shots per cylinder. Will it shoot under one inch at ten yards with open sights?

        • Tyler from USA:

          Around 50 shots depending on temps. And yes, if the shooter does their part

      • Gerald from USA asked:

        Is this only available in left hand as shown.

        • michael from USA:

          This actually works better for a rt ha d shooter, can work bolt while still gripping pistol .

        • Tyler from USA:

          The grip is ambi, the bolt is located on the left hand side of the action. This is much easier for a right handed shooter to operate as you don't need to remove your grip hand from the gun. I am told right hand bolt breeches may be available down the road.

      • Gary from USA asked:

        What Country are these Manufacturered in?

        • Giovanni from Brazil:

          China. Look Artemis CP2 in google

        • Tyler from USA:

          China

      • Adrian from Canada asked:

        Can it be imported in Canada?

        • Percy from Canada:

          .22 CAL - Yes .177 Cal - No

      • Paul from USA asked:

        Would this knock down a field target at 30 yards?

        • Tyler from USA:

          Hard to say, but unlikely at that distance.

      • Howard from USA asked:

        Is the breech and trigger metal? Is the trigger adjustable?

        • Tyler from USA:

          Trigger is metal

        • Val from USA:

          Breech is metal. 2 Stage Trigger, adjustable take-up per specs

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