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Diana Chaser CO2 Air Rifle Kit
The Diana Chaser Rifle Kit is a pistol and rifle in one! This lightweight CO2 airgun was designed for hours of fun outdoor target shooting or as an ideal indoor plinker. Fueled by a single 12-gram CO2 cartridge, the Chaser is a finely balanced modular platform that lets you choose whether a pistol or rifle is a better fit for your trigger time.
Available in .177 or .22 Diana had shooters of all ages in mind with the airgun's feather-light weight of 3.1lbs. But do not let its slight build fool you! The Chaser is a capable plinker and target puncher that can send its rounds downrange at speeds up to 642 fps in .177 and 500 fps in .22 caliber. To get started shooting, first decide if you want to use the Chaser pistol or transform it into a modular air rifle. To turn the pistol into a rifle, loosen the three set screws that secure the barrel and pull the barrel from the breech. Insert the moderated 17.7” rifle barrel into the breech and tighten the set screws. Remove the pistol grip cap by unthreading the securing screw on the underside of the grip and sliding the cap off of the grip. Then insert the butt stock into the holes on the grip and replace the securing screw. Once those parts are in place, you’re ready to load up and sling lead. As a bonus, the elongated barrel has the added benefit of increasing pellet speed by 35-40 fps over that of the pistol.
To get started, load a single CO2 cartridge, cock the smooth bolt-action, load your pellet, and pull the trigger. While the Chaser only needs a single CO2 cartridge, a compartment on the bottom of the grip opens up a storage area to hold a second CO2 cartridge to keep more air power on deck. Each includes a front blade sight with an adjustable rear sight and an 11mm Dovetail to zero in on targets with a scope.
Diana includes a single shot tray for precision shooting, but the Chaser can accept magazines used by its big brother the Stormrider. With the addition of indexing magazines, transform your single-shot Chaser into a multi-shot repeater pistol! These indexing mags hold 9 shots in .177 and 7 in .22 and cut down your reload times significantly. The magazines are sold separately but are readily available here at Pyramyd Air.
If you want a lightweight pistol/rifle combination built for dropping cans and peppering paper targets, choose the Chaser Rifle Set and see what your shooting sessions have been missing.
|Max Velocity||642 fpsMeasured with 7-gr. ammo|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage & elevation|
|Trigger||Two-stage, adjustable take-up|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
|Max Shots per Fill||50|
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Things I liked: 1) Configurability: I have configured as a rifle with out the silencer. I used hot air to loosen the red loctite holding the screw-on silencer. 2) Power: using .22 cal 14.66 gr H&N pellets I'm get average of 511 fps 3) Number of Shots: Got 33 shots above 500 fps 4) Accuracy: bench resting at 10 yards getting 5 shots in a nickel, using the Hawke red dot site used in the review 5) Quiet: quiet compared to my Crossman break barrel .177
Things I would have changed: I don't know enough about CO2 pellet guns to really know what I would change. Perhaps a softer trigger. Maybe the handle is a little small. The standard sights should be fibre optic.
What others should know: I lost one of the breach o-rings from one of the barrels. Pyramid Air told me for that for .22 cal they 5.5 mm ID x 1.5 mm Width. You can by those in bulk online pretty easily for cheap...7 bucks. I bought the Hawke 5 moa sight, but I think I would like a 2 moa. Get the flush Dovetail to Pictany adapter and then you have many sights to choose from. I lubricated the bolt with TriFlow to smooth-out the action. Used TriFlo as it dries to avoid dust collection. I cleaned the barrels before using. I rated this pretty high, but I don't really have a lot to compare to. I have shot about 250 pellets. I plan to experiment with pellets to get max fps for humane varmit removal. Assuming it holds up, I would buy another one in a heartbeat if I lost this one. It doesn't come with much of a manual...no mention of the trigger adjust and no parts diagram
Things I liked: Light weight in the rifle configuration. My chaser is extremely accurate at ten yards using JSB Jumbo exact pellets, 18.13gr and a Center point red dot scope with a coast,red/white lens flashlight mounted to the suppied mount. Had this gun for about one week and it has proved itself to be a super pest control gun around the farms that I have permission to shoot on. Within the first week I dispatched fifteen pigeons, thirty five starlings and lost count on the sparrows. I have ordered a magazine for the gun, which is a .22, but will have to wait for it is on back order. The Diana Chaser reminds me so much of my mod 2240, but, a lot better. The gun fits and points well and the trigger is adjustable and is nice and crisp. I have been getting around 30 shots on a co2 and it seems to hit very hard at the ten to fifteen yard ranges that I shoot at on the farms. If you are even considering the Diana Chaser, than just buy it, you will not be sorry. What a fun gun to shoot.
Things I would have changed: The only thing that I would change is the receiver tube. Make it solid instead of the cut out sight window so that you can see the 12gram cartridge . With a solid tube, one could add a bottle adaptor and a 9oz paintball tank.
What others should know: My Chaser kit only came with one probe o-ring in the pistol barrel. Make sure if you switch barrels you remove the o ring from one and reinstall in the other. This o ring seals the barrel to the breach and the probe, very important. Supply spare orings with the gun.
Things I liked: Great quality really powerful for a co2 gun great price
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Can you bye the rifle barrel sepertly to change over when wanted
I have stripped one of the hex screws on the Diana Chaser .22 cal pistols barrel do you have a part numbers to replace them?
Give the tech department at PA a call, I am sure they can get you sorted out.
Do the barrels have flats or grooves or some other way to ensure consistent alignment, or can you just attach the barrel with the front sight at any angle?
Yes, there are locating screw dimples on the barrel that can be seen through the screw holes (with the screws removed of course) to help you properly align it
Diana Chaser CO2 Rifle Kit.177 Caliber
Kit includes Chaser Pistol, Butt Stock, and Silenced Rifle Barrel
|Max Velocity||642 fpsMeasured with 7-gr. ammo|