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Diana Mauser AM03 N-TEC Air Rifle reviews - page 1

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:

Overall rating:5.0

Value for money:4.0

Accuracy:4.0

By m. paul from USA on 2017-10-08 19:35:09

Things I liked: Well-built and rugged, simple, reliable, powerful enough to hunt to reasonable ranges (15.5 FPE from 700 FPS with 22 cal. crosman premiers), good trigger, accurate (shooting 5 pellet groups off an improvised rest at 25 yards gives me 1/2 inch groups or less with boxed crosman premiers, and slightly larger with polymags and crow magnums). Has good open sights, a good stock and a cheek riser gives proper cheek weld whether using the open sights or any size scope. Not hold sensative. You do not need special scope mounts to compensate for barrel droop as there is none on this rifle. Smooth gas spring that gives very consistent velocity each time in all weather and can be left cocked until a shot presents itself. Barrel locks up very securely. Safety is located right at your thumb, and it is activated each time you cock the barrel which is an important feature when you have such a light trigger.

Things I would have changed: Not much. Maybe make the front sight a little narrower so you can aim smaller, and cut 1/2" off the length of pull (it is a 14.25" LOP, which is more appropriate for a shotgun stock than a rifle). I noticed that you need to check the stock screws for tightness every now and then. Maybe provide sling attachment points.

What others should know: I wanted a hunting air rifle that I did not have to handle gingerly when moving through rough terrain and weather, or that required ancillary equipment like my PCP, or that had a rough trigger or other accuracy or reliability issues/headaches. This rifle fits this role perfectly. A self-contained, rugged, reliable small game hunter you can take anywhere in all conditions. It is worth the price as it is a big step up from lesser rifles. It also serves well for cheap ammo target practice you can do right at your home as it is not hard to cock and can be very accurate thereby challenging you to improve your skills and shoot to the rifle's potential. PA shipped the rifle very quickly.

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0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:

Overall rating:4.0

Value for money:4.0

Accuracy:4.0

By Shore from USA on 2018-09-28 07:49:59

Things I liked: Nice rifle and good quality

Things I would have changed: Change rear sight adjustment to a knob or wheel instead of allen screw.

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    By Shore from USA on 2018-09-28
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    Things I liked: Nice rifle and good quality

    Things I would have changed: Change rear sight adjustment to a knob or wheel instead of allen screw.

     
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    By John from USA on 2017-12-01
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    Things I liked: This is a first impression review. Ive barely put any shots through the barrel but just picking it up, the feel and look say nothing but quality and precision. I will add to this as I spend more time with the gun.

    Things I would have changed: Nothing so far. The fixed sights are very good but I most likely put a scope on it.

    What others should know: Im sure there are many high quality pellet guns on the market but this brand is is the best Ive been around.

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    By m. paul from USA on 2017-10-08
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    5.02 ratings

    Things I liked: Well-built and rugged, simple, reliable, powerful enough to hunt to reasonable ranges (15.5 FPE from 700 FPS with 22 cal. crosman premiers), good trigger, accurate (shooting 5 pellet groups off an improvised rest at 25 yards gives me 1/2 inch groups or less with boxed crosman premiers, and slightly larger with polymags and crow magnums). Has good open sights, a good stock and a cheek riser gives proper cheek weld whether using the open sights or any size scope. Not hold sensative. You do not need special scope mounts to compensate for barrel droop as there is none on this rifle. Smooth gas spring that gives very consistent velocity each time in all weather and can be left cocked until a shot presents itself. Barrel locks up very securely. Safety is located right at your thumb, and it is activated each time you cock the barrel which is an important feature when you have such a light trigger.

    Things I would have changed: Not much. Maybe make the front sight a little narrower so you can aim smaller, and cut 1/2" off the length of pull (it is a 14.25" LOP, which is more appropriate for a shotgun stock than a rifle). I noticed that you need to check the stock screws for tightness every now and then. Maybe provide sling attachment points.

    What others should know: I wanted a hunting air rifle that I did not have to handle gingerly when moving through rough terrain and weather, or that required ancillary equipment like my PCP, or that had a rough trigger or other accuracy or reliability issues/headaches. This rifle fits this role perfectly. A self-contained, rugged, reliable small game hunter you can take anywhere in all conditions. It is worth the price as it is a big step up from lesser rifles. It also serves well for cheap ammo target practice you can do right at your home as it is not hard to cock and can be very accurate thereby challenging you to improve your skills and shoot to the rifle's potential. PA shipped the rifle very quickly.

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