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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 manuever.
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||985 fps|
|Muzzle Energy||19 ft/lbs|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
|Cylinder Size||265 cc|
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Things I liked: The stock is a piece of art. Absolutely beautiful!
Things I would have changed: The rest of the gun. I purchased mine in a .25 cal as a factory "refurbished" because that is what was available. It came with a bent barrel. I took it out of the gun, rolled it on a flat surface and it is Bent like an old bar room pool cue. The regulator shoots jsb diablo exact 25.39 grains between 683 to 730fps. Most are near 700 but it is not reliable. Some rounds hit high, some low. The trigger got so loose after one charge of air that it wouldn't fire. Took it apart and nearly every nut and bolt in this thing was loose. I adjusted the trigger light to my liking and put a drop of blue loctite on every thing I could. Despite all this, I have got a few good groups at short distance, 25 yds, when the regulator operates correctly, and some pretty poor one's when it doesn't. I have a hard time believing Diana did anything except put a stock and their name on it. As far as a factory refurbish, this gun went there twice? I bet it didn't.
What others should know: I am a competitive shooter, and did not purchase this for that purpose. I did not expect my skyhawk to perform like my Impact. I bought it for under 100yd plinking and pesting. I am going to replace the regulator, $115, and eventually have a barrel made, $300 or so. This gun has great potential but my inexpensive plinker is now anything but inexpensive. I won't buy another Diana rebranded product. I am keeping this one because by the time I had the time to use it, it was too late to return it. Diana, DO something to earn my money. I could've bought this spa gun much cheaper elsewhere and fixed the stuff you claimed YOU would. As far as P.A. goes, you sent me a gun with a visibly bent barrel. Did this go back to the factory or just opened and checked for scratches?
Things I liked: This gun is beautiful with very nice fit and finish. Now that I have worked on it a bit, it is very accurate. I must have won the barrel lottery. If my rifle, in out of the box condition, shot as well as it does now, I would rate it a FIVE. It holds air forever, no leaks. The trigger on my gun was quite satisfactory out of the box, but I lightened it a bit. I use the single shot loading tray a lot as it is very convenient. I love the safety....non automatic. I get pleasure just from picking this gun up. It is a keeper. It is very quiet.
Things I would have changed: This rifle needs the inspect/tweak that the factory rep at SHOT 2019 assured me was being done by Germans in the German factory. Both muzzle and breech required lapping for burrs. The connector pin securing the operating lever promptly fell out. The magazines required disassembly and careful reaming/polishing the sharp edges of the cylinders. The magazines work nicely now, but they are still tricky to load. You need good lighting while loading to see the cylinder alignment. The manual for this gun is worthless. There is zero info on the trigger, and not near enough on the magazine. These obstacles are readily fixable with instructions on YouTube.
What others should know: This is a beautiful, reliable accurate rifle that is near and dear to my heart. The price is very reasonable. It is my first Bullpup and I love it.
Things I liked: This is a great gun for the money. Shoots inside a dime at 50 yards It likes jsb 25.39 grain shooting at 780 fps, jsb 33.95 grain shooting at 690 fps and h & n sport baracuda 30.86 grain shooting at 730 fps. It is backyard friendly .Trigger is not match grade but can be adjustable to one's liking .Mine is 1lb 10oz pull.With Hawke scope and utg bipod it is around 9 lbs
Things I would have changed: It takes getting used to loading the mag after that you are good to go.
What others should know: Make sure you pull the cocking lever all the way back till you hear the click before the first time you fill the gun or else the air will go through the barrel.
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Is It regulated
Fully Regulated listed in descriiption
Do you get 850fps in .25 out of the box?
To fill your PCP gun:
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2.If an adapter is needed, one will be shown
3.Add both to your cart to get hooked up
Diana Air Rifle Skyhawk PCP Air Rifle, Laminate with quick-disconnect connector (1M)
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Diana Air Rifle Skyhawk Laminated .177
|Max Velocity||985 fps|
|Muzzle Energy||19 ft/lbs|