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Diana Model 48 Sidelever Action Spring Piston Air Rifle

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Diana Model 48 Sidelever Action Spring Piston Air Rifle

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  • .177-caliber Diana Model 48 Sidelever Action Air Rifle
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Caliber.177 (4.5mm)
Max Velocity1100 fps
StockBeech
ColorBrown

If you're in the market for an all around great-performing powerhouse of a spring piston air rifle, look no further than Diana's Model 48.

With its ambidextrous, extended beechwood stock, robust spring piston power plant and German-engineered accuracy, the Diana 48 offers target shooters, plinkers, pest eliminators and small-game hunters the kind of ergonomics, accuracy and reliability needed to get the job done shot after shot. 

For serious airgunners who demand consistent results from a high-powered, budget-friendly airgun backed by one of the industry's most trusted names, you can't do much better than a Diana Model 48.



Diana 48 Sidelever Action Spring Piston Air Rifle

  • Beechwood stock
  • 1100 FPS (.177), 900 FPS (.22)
  • Sidelever action
  • Cocking effort: 39 lbs.
  • Blade & ramp front sight
  • Adjustable rear sight (windage & elevation)
  • 11mm dovetail scope mount
  • Rubber buttplate
  • 3.3-lb. trigger pull
  • Automatic safety
  • Spring piston power plant
  • Single shot
  • Beechwood stock

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Diana Model 48 Price

$494.99

Included:
  • .177-caliber Diana Model 48 Sidelever Action Air Rifle
  • Owner's Manual

Caliber.177 (4.5mm)
Max Velocity1100 fps
StockBeech
ColorBrown

Diana Model 48 Specs

Max Velocity1100 fps
Overall Length42.13"
ButtplateRubber
FunctionSingle-shot
Weight8.5 lbs
Trigger Pull3.3 lbs
Scopeable11mm dovetail
SafetyAutomatic
Suggested forSmall game hunting/plinking
Caliber.177 (4.5mm)
Loudness3-Medium
Barrel Length17.0"
Shot Capacity1
Cocking Effort39 lbs
BarrelRifled
Front SightBlade & Ramp
Rear SightAdjustable for windage & elevation
ActionSidelever
PowerplantSpring-piston

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Things I liked:

Heavily built, ought to last forever. Smooth trigger action. I got the .22 and it definitely packs a wallop. No scope yet, just working with the iron sites but still produces nice tight groups

Things I would have changed:

I would like to see bosses in the stock for a sling from the factory. You can add them yourself but I think for the price they should already be there.

What others should know:

Built to last, quality construction throughout. Quite pleased with this rifle

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Things I liked:

Accuracy. Finding the right pellet is paramount. The best pellet I have found for this rifle is the H&N Barracuda Hunter Extreme .177 cal. Bye bye squirrels!

Things I would have changed:

Heavy rifle perhaps the option of a synthetic stock would reduce the weight

What others should know:

The iron sights are ok but add a scope using loctite on all screws as this rifle has some kick.

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Things I liked:

Going on 4 years and 11,000 pellets, and have enjoyed all of it. Replaced 3 seals, just broke the trigger leg spring (need to order one), and noticed the stock has cracked inside at the receiver inletting. I have tried all sorts of pellets and keep coming back to Crosman Domes for plingking / accuracy and the H&Ns with a 5.54 head size for accuracy, Diabolo 14.3s are pretty good too. Accuracy is so so, I read other posts about accuracy out to 80 to 100 yards, but I question those ranges and one's range estimation skills. I measure off at 16, 25 and 45 meters, and never get groups as small as others have. 3/8" is pretty darn good at 16 meters.

Things I would have changed:

Nothing. The aluminum cocking rod lever has a tendency to bend, though I suspect that is an engineering design to prevent damage to the bear claw and other parts (the rod bends first)

What others should know:

Tends to vary in accuracy and POI by temp and altitudes. I live in the desert and find my POI changes by temperature and altitude. It's a pain, but after dealing with it in the .177 and .22, I have just learned to deal with it, each shooting session requires a re-zero, along with re-zeros throughout a long shooting day as temps changes. Scope is centered, just have to make clicks right or left, up or down, to re-zero.

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  • Michael from USA asked:

    Does this model have the same floating barrel as the 56 model?

    • Paul from USA answered:

      I think you mean sled, no it's a fixed directly to the stock.

  • Haleigh from USA asked:

    Is it possible to umbend the side lever on this gun?

    • Mark from USA answered:

      The inner rod of the cocking assembly is soft steel as a safety feature. It could be straightened if bent. You would have to remove it. The replacement part is Cocking Rod, Attaches to Cocking... (OFS) or contact Umarex USA . They may have the cocking rod in stock.

  • ELVIS from USA asked:

    Which series trigger does this have? T05, T06

    • Mark from USA answered:

      TO6 trigger.

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