Date: 18/3/2019 20:38

Customers Q&A on Diana Stormrider Multi-shot PCP Air Rifle and HPA Pump Kit

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  • Ron from USA asked:

    How many pumps to fill this gun from empty?

    • Kilroy from USA:

      enough to get you very winded

  • Rudedawg from USA asked:

    Does it have the T06 trigger?

    • Tyler from USA:

      No, this is a different trigger, though it is adjustable with two screws on the Gen 2 models.

  • TEAMWOLF_777 from USA asked:

    How many pumps it take to fill up this rifle?

    • Douglas from USA asked:

      Does this combo require the stormrider fill probe to fill with the included pump?

      • Tyler from USA:

        Yes, the stormrider probe comes with it

    • Donald from USA asked:

      Is it possible to mount a scope on thIs rifle . If so what will I need besides the scope and rings ?

      • Tyler from USA:

        All you need is the scope and rings, the rifle has an 11mm dovetail rail built into the breech

    • Wayne from USA asked:

      Which type of .22 cal pellet has the most knock down power? Im wanting the gun for small game hunting.

      • Tyler from USA:

        The JSB 18.13 will probably give you the best accuracy/knock down power out of this rifle, but each gun is different so you'll want to test a few. I'd also look at the H&N baracuda pellets.

    • craig from USA asked:

      is there any significant noise level difference between the .22 and the .177 ? thx.

      • Tyler from USA:

        No, so long as you don't use a pellet that is too light in the .177 which may result in it breaking the sound barrier.

    • Randall from USA asked:

      How much does just the rifle (.177) weigh? AND how does the discharge noise compare with other PCPs guns', especially Benjamin PCP?

      • Tyler from USA:

        The rifle on it's own is 5 lbs. The noise level is higher than a Marauder, quieter than a discovery/maximus. You'll want to use heavier pellets so you're not breaking the speed of sound which will result in a much louder noise.

    • gabriel from Canada asked:

      Whats is the best weight of pellet in .177 for this kind of velocity

      • Airgun junkee from USA:

        I have tested this gun in .177 caliber with both light weight (RWS diabolo) and mid-weight Crosman Premiers and JSB Exacts and it only gives a slight hint of supersonic crack in the RWS diabolo which is 7 grains and is relatively quiet with the mid-weight Premiers and JSBs.

      • Tyler from USA:

        In .177 I would recommend the heavier pellets like the 10.3 grain JSB heavy or the H&N Baracuda at 10.65 grains