What is a good bi-pod mount for this rifle?
You don't need a separate mount, you can actually attach a bipod with a picatinny mounting section to the bottom of the barrel band. Like this one: UTG Bipod, SWAT/Combat Profile, ...
I plan to put a bug buster scope on mine. What kind of scope rings should I buy... regular or high rise for ease of loading pellets? (I prefer a nice LOW PRICE set)
You will want a mount that is offset so you can get the proper eye relief: Leapers Accushot 1-Pc Bi-directional Offset...
What Red Dot sight is being used on the Chaser rifle in the Chaser Insyder review? Will it fit on the 177 model? When will the suppressor be available for the 177 pistol? Is the same Red Dit sight workable on the 177 pistol?
Hawke Sport Optics Red Dot... Yes it will fit the .177 in either the pistol or rifle configuration. You will need to remove the pistol rear sight to have enough room for it
Can the front sight be easily removed and replaced?
Not easily removed. That would require the removal of the entire plastic piece that is glued to the barrel
There is enough info & images to show the fine box with a foam insert that clearly shows cut outs for the pistol & "accessories" plus a zippered case, when purchased as a pistol in .177 or .22. Does a similar foam insert and case also come with the rifle kit verisions
Yes it does. But it will only fit in the case with the gun in it's pistol configuration.
There is no mention of trigger adjustment in the manual. I hate to go in blind, any thoughts or advice. Thanks
Also agree just had to wing it. It 'seems' to adjust both first stage and trigger pull. Be carefull a couple of times I over did it and the trigger would fire with just a touch!
I agree, Diana missed the boat there. I believe it is a first stage length adjustment, but don't quote me on that. Haven't spent enough time playing with it yet.
Hi, when switching from pistol to rifle the rear pistol sight can be removed. The leftover holes where the screws held the sight down are unsightly. Does anybody have a solution. Cover them up? Fill them in?
Answering my own question. I made soft plastic plugs with a leather punch and cut a groove in the top so they could be screwed in.
How do you adjust the trigger to make it lighter?
So the barrels are interchangeable between pistol length and rifle length. Can one change from .177 to .22 just by changing the barrel?
No, you cannot easily change between calibers.
How many magazine included?
It does not come with magazines, you will want to purchase them along with the gun
Do you get both barrels with the rifle purchase?
Yes, rifle barrel and pistol barrel are included
I see where Stephen who bought the 22 version says the moderator is removable. I saw a video today with someone doing a review on the 177 version and says the moderator is glued on and not removable. And I see where Tyler who always has good information, says it is not removable. I wonder if the 177s are glued on and 22s are not. Wish I could confirm for sure before ordering.
Sounds like one slipped through, but they are supposed to be permanently fixed
Is there an O-ring in the rifle barrel at the breach end?
@Thomas: I was totally surprised at the chrony results, and have repeated the test dozens of times since buying this rifle kit...perhaps the results are higher since it was during the hot weather in August ? H&N Hobby 11.9 grain wadcutters shot even faster, as high as 575 fps! I wondered if it's possible that the manufacturers power claims are based on shooting at room temperature? All I know is that it was over 85 degrees F when I recorded those higher muzzle velocities. I have read reviews that had similar muzzle velocity results to mine, and others that were closer to the manufacturers rating.
Gregory fro Canada: Pyramyd says Caliber 0.22" (5.5mm) Max Velocity 500 fps Muzzle Energy 6.6 ft/lbs, How do you get 9-10 ft lbs?
Each one of my barrels has an o-ring at the breach end. When I change barrels the o-ring falls out. It's not a problem, I just watch for it. The rifle is consistently shooting crosman destroyers around 550 fps/9-10 fpe :)
There's an o-ring in the breech itself.
does it come in a box or plastic case?
Comes in a box, along with a nice soft case
Can you ship to Canada
The .22 can be shipped to Canada, the .177 cannot be.
Is it just me or does it look like Diana should make a PCP platform of this airgun?
At shot show, they had a PCP version of the pistol Chaser....which means there will likely be a way to swap parts to make it into a nice little carbine
Will this airgun have a platform like the 2240, where you can add after-market parts,etc,.?
Thank's for the Response!,,,,,,I did manage to find a Nice Review on this gun,,,,,Although it's a "U.K." Version, Not "Badged" by "Diana", It's an Identcal Gun in every way, other than its Marking's,. https://youtu.be/_LSlu5Jsp6Y
It's pretty similar in terms of swapping parts and changing things out, but since it's relatively new, I am not sure there will be/are a lot of aftermarket parts/mods available at this point in time
When will it be available?
thank you sir.
Looking at mid-July
Is the moderator permanently attached, or is it threaded to use with either barrel?
On my just received Chaser the moderator is not fixed. It screws on to either barrel and there is an end cap included to cover the threads if the suppressor is not being used.
It is fixed, not removable
So the pistol/rifle comes left handed bolt only? Shame if that's the case as i was waiting for this one.
For a right handed shooter as a pistol the left side bolt is great, your shooting hand remains on the grip. As a Carbine its so light its not a big issue using your foregrip hand to cock it. That said there is one issue with the mag, it inserts from the left leaving a sharp plexiglass edge. You want to to radius off the sharp edge as it can nick your bolt hand fingers readily.... Also it can load tough with the mag, the grip hand thumb can help apply pressure to ease the bolt forward...
Is this an actual made by Diana in Germany product or a Diana design made in China?
Designed by SPA. Made in China. Branded and sold as Diana.
Diana probably oversees quality control on site in China. Just because it's "made in China" doesn't mean the product is poorly made.
most of the computer you're using comes from china, just saying
China, I dont Buy China anything EVER!!!
Diana design, made in China
Will the .22 version ship to Canada?
It definitely ships to Canada! I ordered the chaser pistol carbine kit and I am picking it up at my local UPS center tomorrow morning!
On the .22 cal product page It now says "ships to Canada" :)
The .22 cal pistol will for sure, but the 500 fps will matter since the muzzle energy is 6.6fpe, and well over the 4.2fpe limit on airguns that shoot 500+ fps. Too bad it isn't 499 fps. I am going grab a pistol, and hopefully the long barrel & stock are available to purchase separately sometime down the roads.
no, since it's 500 fps