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Diana Model 240 Classic air rifle
Choose the attractive and affordable Diana Model 240 Classic for a fun day of plinking. This breakbarrel features an adjustable trigger and TRUGLO fiber optic sights to get you on target fast.
|Max Velocity||580 fps|
|Cocking Effort||20 lbs|
|Front Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage & elevation|
|Suggested for||Plinking & target practice|
|Trigger Pull||2.0 lbs|
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Things I liked: Very accurate. The forward site needs to be metal not cheap plastic, it broke just by falling over once from leaning on wall.
Things I would have changed: Ftontvsite needs to be metal
What others should know: Bought two based on Pyramyd Air phone consultants advise for 7 and 9 YO kids. My concern was they couldnt cock it. Sure enough they can not.
Things I liked: excellent quality for the cost
Things I would have changed: nothing
Things I liked: The price at $149.00 is amazing for a German rifle. Keeping in mind I've only run about 150 shots through mine, the accuracy is good.. Groups of 1/2" at ten meters off hand are starting to come around. I'm hoping that it becomes excellent later. the metal work and fit of stock to action is nice. The trigger is not quite as nice as the rekord on the weihrauchs but it is a pleasure to be able to get a clean crisp let-off. The trigger is why I rated overall at 4 stars instead of three. It's a decent rifle.
Things I would have changed: I would drop the fiber optics...just my preference, I target shoot and the blazing spectrum of colors is more than a little distracting. Simple, adjustable, iron not plastic sights, with less frill would help accuracy and not increase cost. I would include a manual that was more specific to this rifle. The one that came with mine was generic. The finish on the stock is pretty but the stock was stained and finished over some rather large dents and the final shaping was done in what must have been a serious rush.
What others should know: The cheek piece is much too high.When you try and rest your cheek on the stock the first thing you notice is a sharp pain as your face slams into the cheekpiece. I have many guns of all types and the only other one that has a cheek piece this high is my Umarex Octane. This makes the gun almost unusable without a scope. I have to twist my neck and raise the butt of the stock halfway out of my arm to try and get my head tilted enough for a decent sight picture. If I decide to keep it and work the stock down about 3/4" I think the accuracy will be outstanding. Also be ready to tighten every single screw. My sights were very loose, and the three stock bolts were only finger tight.
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What is the length of pull?
I really dont like the fiber optic sites on the Diana 240. Are there standard blade iron sites , front and rear, that Could be installed on the 240? Does not have to be Diana product.
Three drops of flat black paint works wonders
Will this rifle have barrel droop like most all other Diana's?
I agree with you that most Dianas are droopy. However, I just got a 240 and there is very little to no droop. I also recently just got a new Model 34 that has minimal droop.
A lot of break barrels have barrel droop not just Diana.
|Max Velocity||580 fps|