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Diana 470TH Target Hunter air rifle
Your Diana 470TH Target Hunter air rifle will deliver years of faithful service. Diana rifles are made in Germany and will stand up to regular use. If you like accurate sporting rifles -- get a Diana. If you like beautiful wood and deep, rich bluing -- get a Diana. If you like a dependable gun -- get a Diana.
Germany has long been acknowledged as the airgun industry leader. And that's why Diana guns have a faithful international following of hunters, plinkers and field target shooters.
Remember to get a scope, as this air rifle doesn't come with open sights.
|Max Velocity||1000 fps|
|Cocking Effort||40 lbs|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
|Trigger Pull||2.0 lbs|
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Things I liked: True Diana quality Fine German craftsmanship Ive been a RWS shooter for decades and this one is just as nice as my original model 48 With my bad shoulder I figured it was time to try an under-lever and I love it in 22 cal with the new fx hybrid slugs it is a killer
Things I would have changed: Nothing
What others should know: It is a big gun I honestly would not want to carry it in the woods But sitting on the deck with a bipod and a 3-12 scope it is one accurate multiple shot same hole in target tack driver like all my rws Diana air guns If you want a springer you can not go wrong with a RWS Diana
Things I liked: perfect weight for me, excellent finish, TACK driver and love the smooth trigger.
Things I would have changed: I hate to nit pick but I don't like the safety.
What others should know: Great gun for the price. I purchased this as a refurb with zero flaws. Super impressed when I first got the gun. I added a Hawke Vantage Scope and ripped all the field targets apart. I have found the best pellets to shoot are the JSB Diablo 10.34 gr in the .177 Cal. You will become a SNIPER!
Things I liked: .......possibly THE PINNACLE of diana's piston airguns (spring or gas ram/strut pushing a piston with piston seal on it). i wish i would realized that when i had it. it lives somewhere in s.america now. that stock is ergonomically perfect for field target. you can actually hold the whole gun from the hand grip shaped wood in front of the trigger. all matte black - like the pro-compact series. t-06 trigger is big improvement over previous piston gun triggers from dianawerk. mine shot a very consistent 880 fps with crosman premiers. sometimes all 5 holes touching at 50 yards scoped from a bench. i got mine from glenn seiter of umarex back when they sold many demos, guns used for promotion, and refurbished airguns to the general public (glenn seiter was cool - would go into the warehouse and look for me while i was on hold).
Things I would have changed: ........... too expensive ..... but folks spend thousands on hpa/pcp air guns these days , so whaddya gonna do ?
What others should know: ........ this is better than a 460 , but heavier.. all that about velocity, power, and accuracy in some reviews never happened to me after owning and later selling 4-5 .22 diana 460's and a .22 470th....all shot 880-890 fps with 14.3 grainers. you should you may never have another if you have one and sell it.....and you may regret that , as i do with about 100 of them.... - raneman .
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can this gun be converted to nitro piston?
No gas ram options available at this time
Nice gun, would love to see it with gas piston and sling mounts and weaver rails for scope. Is there a way to put a sling on it and a gas piston in it?
A sling could be done, but you'd need to drill into the stock for swivel studs. The gas piston is not something we have seen from Diana yet in their under and side lever models.
Does this Diana 470th require a droop compensation mount like the 460 magnum? I can't find anywhere that it is recommended? Thanks
Droop does happen with fixed gun, my 48 has a lot of droop, thinking of bending the barrel, a lot of people do it and it saves the scopes.But I love my 48
Droop is really not an issue in fixed barrel guns
If hunting is your main use for this gun, then pick .22 caliber
|Max Velocity||1000 fps|
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