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The latest entry into Diana's "Action" line, the Skyhawk Bullpup PCP is sure to be a winner for those looking for compact power in a quality package! Weighing in at just 6.4 lbs, the laminated Minelli stock is sure to turn heads on the range. The 29" overall length makes this rifle extremely easy to maneuver.
Usually you sacrifice power in such a short package, but the beauty of a bullpup design is that you are able to maintain a full length barrel while the action is set back into the stock. Perfect for small game hunting, or target shooting, the Skyhawk is internally regulated ensuring consistency with each squeeze of the trigger.
|Max Velocity||850 fps|
|Muzzle Energy||38 ft/lbs|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
|Cylinder Size||265 cc|
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Things I liked: The weight and how it feels in your hands. It's very easy to shoot offhand and although it has a little weight, it's just enough to make it feel good in your hands. The gun is accurate, it looks good, it feels good and it makes me want to show it off. I have shot it out to 45 yards with 5 yards in a dime. At 25 yds the gun is putting pellets in the same hole, literally. I aim at the hole I just shot and put a full clip in that very same hole.
Things I would have changed: The case it's comes in is decent but it's not designed so that you can change it to fit with the scope attached.
What others should know: I have read other reviews and honestly I can't see the complaints that people are griping about. I like this gun so much I also bought it in the Walnut in .177. I have the .25 in Laminate. Both are very accurate. I have only shot them out to 45 yard but they both can do 5 rounds in a dime at 45 yds. They both get good shot counts and seriously they are both amazing, I will say I'm not crazy about the walnut stock, some of the pictures are prettier in pictures and mine is just plain. The Laminate is awesome. If I could have seen the gun on display and chose the one with the stock I like then the walnut may not be so bad otherwise.
Things I liked: Weight, precision, style, price, comfort
Things I would have changed: The magazine, very bad ... and the butt behind a lot of volume and unnecessary weight ... I would do it behind type FX Wildcat or another ... a lot of wood back doing unnecessary weight ... and lever I advanced type FX ... those 3 things I would change without increasing raw material and price ... Diana's engineers ... Think ...
What others should know: The Magazin is very delicate. EYE
Things I liked: Excellent quality and workmanship. Features were above expectations, just barely under my FX. pyramid Air is my choice to order from for all of my air gun needs.
Things I would have changed: Very poorly designed magazines. Loading pellets skirt first is frustrating, takes a very steady hand.
What others should know: Very compact, excellent Italian stock is the best I have in my collection. I love that this rifle is regulated and my detachable 3 x 12 x 50 scope fits in the included case.
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Is the .22 discontinued?
Correct. The 22 cal laminate has been discontinued.
Are spare magazines available?
Yes, but not in the US market, it's a shame. I don't know why they are selling this Skyhawk and they have no additional multi-shot magazines for sale. I have no problem with the originals so far, they are working great with my P15, .177 and as you can see the difference between Diana Skyhawk and Artemis P15 is the stock, everything else is the same. The company that manufactures them is known as SPA. For the Diana a German company, look at the manufacturing SPA in China it is saying that something good this chinesse company is doing with their SPA line of PCP's. Diana is just doing another quality control to ensure that they meet their marketing standars if they are putting their name on this Chinese Air rifles. Do your internet search and search Artemis P15 / Skyhawk and select the caliber, you will find few spare parts and the original. Prices will vary between the two, but you will get the correct ones. He certainly ignores all those complaints about his magazines. In fact, the original multi-shot magazines are very affordable, but the people who complain don't say anything about it. Do the search.
We do not have spare magazines at this time. we are expecting some in the near future.
How many shots per fill in a ,177 and .22 ?
50 to 60 before it falls the regulator. Per reviews i have read ?
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Diana Air Rifle Skyhawk PCP Air Rifle, Laminate with quick-disconnect connector (1M)
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Refurbished Diana Air Rifle Skyhawk Laminated .25
|Max Velocity||850 fps|
|Muzzle Energy||38 ft/lbs|
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