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Where can I get a replacement spring for this?
Give Umarex USA (US service center for RWS branded guns) a call, they should be able to help. (479) 646-4210 ext 7
I own 2 RWS 34 T06's in .177 and they amaze me in accurately taking down smaller nuisance pests (squirrels, rabbits, etc.) around my farm quickly and humanely with head shots @ 25 yrds. I am going to purchase an air rifle in .22 for larger pests (armadillos, etc.) in ranges of 30-35 yrds. and really need to know if the 350 is that much harder to shoot than the 34? I shoot from a rest in a blind so any input on this rifle is greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance, RP.
Highly recommend it for your purposes. Not really any harder to shoot. Naturally it is somewhat longer, heavier, a little harder to cock and has a bit more recoil. But it is also deadly accurate, 1/2 inch groups @ 30 yds. and you get a huge increase in power, 24 FPE @ muzzle and 13 FPE @ 50 yds. Not quite, but almost, double the power of the RWS 34.
I have the understanding that this gun was originally produced using the T-05 trigger? If so, in what year did it get replaced with the T-06 trigger? Is there much difference in performance between the T-05 & T-06 triggers?
The T06 is much better than the T05. It is one of my favorite triggers only the Reckord triggers are better. The T06 second stage is very low so be prepared you touch it and the rifle fires.
To the best of my knowledge the T06 was introduced in the RWS34 in 2011 and in the RWS350 in 2012. Have not had any dealings with the T05 but have with the Quattro and the T06 in my 2 34's is light years ahead of the Quattro. Fully adjustable (tricky) but really can be tailored to your preferences. Hope this helps, RP.
What is the difference between the Diana and the UMAREX 350 22? Where are each made? Thank you very much
Their the same rifle. Umarex imports Diana's from Germany.