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Diana 54 Airking Pro Air Rifle, Laminate

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Diana 54 Airking Pro Air Rifle, Laminate

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BLS-5490039 [PY-5270-10610]

Diana 54 Airking Pro Air Rifle, Laminated, .177 Caliber



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Diana 54 Airking Price

$814.99

Caliber.177 (4.5mm)
Max Velocity1100 fps
StockLaminated

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The Diana 54 Airking Pro Air Rifle with laminate stock adds a beautiful red and black laminate pattern to the legendary German line. Capable of velocities up to 1100 FPS in .177 and 900 FPS in .22, this air rifle has the power and accuracy needed for a variety of tasks, including small-game hunting, pest control, and plinking.

One of the best features of the Airking Pro is Diana's famed recoilless system that allows the action to move within the stock when fired. This removes the typical felt recoil springers are known for, and creates a smooth shooting experience that is more similar to a PCP rifle.

This air rifle now comes with a stud on the forearm to attach a bipod for additional control and accuracy. In addition, the stock also includes checkering on the grip and forearm, plus a rubber buttpad, for a firm hold and proper fit.

For additional flexibility, a two-stage adjustable T06 trigger is included, and the familiar sidelever action also contributes to smooth and reliable shooting. An 11mm dovetail rail sits atop the barrel for adding a scope.

To get an air rifle with stunning looks, recoilless shooting, and the precision necessary for small-game hunting and more, buy the Diana 54 Airking Pro Air Rifle with laminate stock today at Pyramyd Air.



Diana 54 Airking Pro Air Rifle, Laminate

  • Single-shot
  • Sidelever action
  • Spring-piston
  • Recoilless shooting
  • Red and black laminate stock
  • Forearm swivel stud to attach bipod
  • Two-stage adjustable T06 trigger
  • 11mm dovetail optics rail with stop pin holes
  • Includes adjustable barrel weight and front sight
  • Rubber buttpad
  • Checkered grip and forearm
  • Barrel length: 17.3"
  • Overall length: 44"
  • Weight: 10.25 lbs.

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BLS-5490039 [PY-5270-10610]

Diana 54 Airking Pro Air Rifle, Laminated, .177 Caliber



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Diana 54 Airking Price

$814.99

Caliber.177 (4.5mm)
Max Velocity1100 fps
StockLaminated

Diana 54 Airking Specs

Max Velocity1100 fps
Overall Length44.0"
ButtplateRubber
FunctionSingle-shot
Weight10.25 lbs
Scopeable11mm dovetail
SafetyAutomatic
Suggested forSmall game hunting/plinking
Caliber.177 (4.5mm)
Loudness3-Medium
Barrel Length17.3"
Shot Capacity1
Cocking Effort lbs
BarrelRifled
Front SightAdjustable for elevation
Rear SightAdjustable for windage & elevation
TriggerTwo-stage adjustable
ActionSidelever
PowerplantSpring-piston
Body TypeRifle

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Things I liked:

Unless you have had the pleasure/privilege too fire the Airking 54 its impossible to put in words it truly is King of the Air an if it isnt let me know so I can put it in my cart

Things I would have changed:

Can we get a .25 cause nothing needs to be changed on this masterpiece

What others should know:

Recoilless means 0 recoil absolutely zero

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Things I liked:

Very accurate and powerful.

Things I would have changed:

better quality control

What others should know:

At the first shot I noticed the trigger guard was loose, when I attempted to tighten it the screw just spun. Second after a few shots the cocking lever was not catching the notched rack making cocking the rifle difficult. I then needed to remove the stock in order to investigate the problems. I removed the stock and found that the wall thickness between the screw and the relief that was milled into the stock was paper thin and had broke out. The fix was epoxy to build up the wall. The rack needed to be held in place so it would not catch on the slot it rode through. Both of my fixes seem to be holding up after 75+ shots. The rifle is very accurate and the side lever is easy to master, it's not a rifle for any one with weak arms or shoulders. I am disappointed that "German quality and engineering" failed on this rifle. The two mentioned conditions present in my particular rifle tend to be of Chinese quality.

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Things I liked:

Best pellet rifle I have ever shot

Things I would have changed:

Nothing, maybe 25% off?

What others should know:

This is truly the King of air rifles.

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  • Robeson, from USA asked:

    Does the recoilless design do anything to make the rifle kinder to scopes? I have a mode 48 and a model 52 as well. They both absolutely destroy scopes. It's a shame because the rifles are extremely accurate and it would be nice to be able to have good optics on them.

    • John from USA answered:

      The recoilless design is harder on scopes, since only the barrel, receiver and scope move during the shot, which is less mass than in conventional springers, where the entire rifle and the upper body of the shooter move. A smaller mass accelerates more for a given force (F=ma). It's the big accelerations (g's) that destroy scopes. I know a champion field target shooter who uses a zero-recoil (ZR) scope mount on his Airking. This allows the scope to slide back and forth, so that I doesn't move very much as the rifle accelerates beneath it. Here's a great article on ZR scope mounts: https://www.ctcustomairguns.com/hectors-airgun-blog/march-14th-2016

  • Tom from USA asked:

    Are theses still German made barrels. Had a 34 model when they tried to use Chinese barrels it was junk shot 6 inch groups at 7 yards

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