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Diana Stormrider .22 Cal Magazine
Keep the shots coming with your Diana Stormrider with another magazine on deck.
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Enables multiple shots.Things I would have changed:
Because it is a relatively tall object that sits on top of the rifle, it can be blocked by the overhang of the Picatinny or Weaver Rail. The rail can be pushed back (towards the butt of the rifle) but then this may cause the scope to be too close to the eye and not have enough eye relief. In either case, using this with a scope a/o rail is problematic. I would also change the fact that there is NO information whatsoever on how to load the ammo and mount the magazine. NONE of it is intuitive, but there is no video on your site and instructions are not included. Sure, AFTER you figure it out you don't need a video or instructions, but by that logic, one wouldn't need instructions for ANYTHING. This would be the biggest thing I would change.What others should know:
If you have used this exact magazine before, then no problem. If you have not, be prepared to be frustrated in trying to figure out how it works. Once you do, no problem, but it is not intuitive and worse, there are no instructions. There are a bunch of YouTube videos you'll have to find and wade through (including a bunch by various knuckleheads who actually have no idea how to make an instructional video and one who actually did it incorrectly several times and couldn't figure out how to edit that part out forcing you to sit through it until they got it right! Ugh! Really? But once you get your "a-ha!" moment, it should be good. If you are out shooting pests, the magazine is very useful. For target practice, however, while it's nice, it really isn't necessary, and I find myself just loading it manually one by one. It's fast enough and it seems you don't run into jamming problems as much.
Can shoot multiple rounds, which is important for varmint hunting.Things I would have changed:
Can't speak to the design as I imagine it's well-thought out by engineers BUT I can speak to the total lack of helpful information on how to load and mount this$%#@~# thing! Starting with no instructions in the tiny box it comes in. No instructions or helpful video on the "Support" tab on the website of Pyramid Air or even the OEM Diana website, part of which is in German (although this is probably made in China like the Chaser set.) What is most annoying is that AFTER a long an arduous process not only to load the thing, but then figure out out it goes on the rifle, you have an "A-ha!" moment of self-discovery and it sort of makes sense - but not before that. Let's face it, it is a unique, weird shaped device, with a certain unintuitive process to load the pellets that the unfamiliar user would not necessarily think to do and only would do with some fear of breaking the magazine in the process. WHY NOT JUST SHOW US HOW TO USE IT AND INSTALL IT IN THE FIRST PLACE??!?!?!What others should know:
You will have to educate yourselves on how to use this magazine and load it by shifting through hard a dozen dumb$h!#$ "expert" YouTube videos, (probably including the one where he doesn't even edit out all his mistakes including him saying, "Hmmm, not sure what the problem is..." before you piece together how this works. After that, it's easy.... Another piece of advice - the AirChaser is very accurate out of the box, but, if you wear glasses or just have aging eyes, consider getting a red-dot site (rather than scope) which are pretty cheap on Amazon (some as cheap as $25!) and checking it out. The rifle is a bit short for a scope, but the red dot sights are so short they can easily be mounted the proper distance from your eye. It makes shooting a lot more fun!
I bought this for my Chaser pistol and it works greatThings I would have changed:
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Will this magazine work with the Diana Airbug?
Can I use this magazine for the Diana Skyhawk.22?
Is anyone else having trouble loading their .22 magazines. I have only successfully loaded mine once each Most of the time I get partway round in the loading, get a litttle bit stuck, and then pellets drop out. If I finally do get all 7 pellets in and start to return the plastic shield the pellets drop out as I turn the shield. Is it me? Any advice please? Ed
It's very pellet picky. Basically any pellet that the head of it can wiggle in different directions won't feed. The HN crow magnums feed very well and shoot really accurate. Try those. I have yet to find another pellet that feeds as well.
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