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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: Its so cool! Value for money is great! I got the left hand breach since I plan on using it in carbine mode only thereby putting the bolt on the right side. I had pyramydair do the conversion. With care the suppressor can be removed and put on the pistol barrel. This also asserts that you can effectively clean the barrel which is incredible filthy from the manufacturing process it took 5 swabs to clean with clp. The rifle barrel support has a weaver rail on the bottom for a light or laser accessory, and the dovetail sight on the top can be removed.
Things I would have changed: The stock cheekrest is way too low for me. The stock could be longer. You will definitely want at least one magazine or the .22 version I found after my big clumsy hands wrestled with the .17 pellets in the tight breech space.
What others should know: This is just an incredibly neat gun and value. Pyramydair has been an absolute pleasure to work with. Defiantly clean the barrels before firing.
Things I liked: Light weight, easy to assemble/disassemble, very quiet, pretty accurate, about 35 .22 rounds per CO2 on a cool day, Fun Time Gun Time. Comes with a pretty cheap but super handy case/bag. Super for the great price from P.A.
Things I would have changed: Metal instead of plastic for the stock screw at the bottom of the grip. I feel after a few times using it it will break if one doesn't use caution. Allen screw that is used on the riffle sight/ barrel guide was bad and stripped out first use creaked when tightening, scary. Had to purchase a new one at local hardware store seeing I break the riffle down in order to use the provided case. Wish it came with magazines, makes shooting this gun/riffle so much more fun.
What others should know: Bought just to have and see what it could do and it is a super riffle for the price. I will use it mostly for a riffle but I use the carry case to store and travel with it so I break it down every use. It is fairly easy to do so but be carful with the small allen screws, I bought a few extras JIC and use caution when tightening the stock screw at the bottom of the grip. It is plastic and I see it breaking. The 11mm dovetail rail is a bit short for the red dot I bought, Hatsan but it fit and seemed to stay firm on the rail. Once I got the red dot tuned in it was fairly accurate. I am new at this stuff so still learning but this is pretty good and with some more time it will be dead on. It is super quiet as a riffle. People talk about the trigger safety but it is what it is and does what is needed. It's a little oddly placed and a bit sticky but it works. Should come with a magazine, so much better with mags but over all a fun gun for the price. Happy Shooting Be Safe!
Things I liked: Dead simple modular system, the trigger feels good right out of the box. Accurate and seems on par with my 2289 for power.
Things I would have changed: Check finish on outgoing guns, bolt was gritty until light oiling and working it many times. Muzzle had rough edge with no crown at the bore, corrected with simple power drill and light touch.
What others should know: Inspect for rough edges. Gun was dry and needed pellgun oiling first thing. After break in I am sure it will be adequate for noggin shots on Br'er Squirrel when he comes to call.
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I got the 'kit' that comes with the red-dot. Using as rifle config, can't use the magazine I bought extra when sight is on. I want two small risers, one for front and one for back of breach. I don't want to spend a TON for a name brand riser, but I also don't want a crappy-cheap type of metal either. Any suggestions? Oh, and I do not want to use an extender-type rail for either way forward or way back to my eyeball... lol. I like the dot right over the breach. The 'rise' only needs to be about half-an-inch.
Assuming you have a dovetail mounting optic, these are the only risers that would work the way you want them to: BKL 3/8" or 11mm Tri-Mount....
Does anybody know the outside diameter of the barrel?
Richard D. Eutsler Jr. says it comes with a great "case" I see no mention or pics of the case here, NOT INCLUDED? or overlooked?
It's not pictured but the gun does come with one. Check out the video, it's shown there
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|