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Diana Mauser K98 air rifle
Diana has combined their proven underlever design with a Mauser K98 inspired stock for a nostalgic winner! Anyone would be proud to add this replica to their collection!
Based on the famous German bolt-action rifle, the Diana Mauser K98 is a military collector's dream with its handsome, hardwood stock with metal fittings and high quality 2-stage adjustable T06 trigger. The gun features a fixed barrel with the under cocking lever system. This locking system and direct in-rifling pellet seating produces maximum speed.
|Max Velocity||850 fps|
|Cocking Effort||36 lbs|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage & elevation|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/target practice|
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Things I liked: Very nice looking and accurate i have the 22cal
Things I would have changed: Here's the bad part i have received two of these so far waiting the 3rd one now first two broke then need too change the way there building these rifle
What others should know: Like said had two so far both broke
Things I liked: I was initially drawn to this rifle as a WWII replica. It fits the category I'm interested in collecting. And it appeared to be a quality, German made gun.. which was a bonus, especially as that's where the historical firearm was produced. I was pleasantly surprised that it would prove to be my finest springer. The quality and craftsmanship are excellent. I have the .22 cal model, and I shoot it with open sights. (I feel it's more historically accurate without a scope.) It has the best accuracy of any airgun I own... easily grouping well at 30+ yards. Mine likes Predator GTO leadfree pellets. Clever use of the underlever to mimick the original bayonet lug. I purchased an aftermarket K98 reproduction leather sling which fit nicely in the stock cutouts. Again, lending a hint of historical accuracy. Wood finish is more "red" than other european beech wood stocks I have, giving a rich appearance. Mauser logo, and trigger are excellent.
Things I would have changed: Others have correctly noted the trigger guard is plastic. But only your hands tell you that. It does not detract from the looks or experience. If I changed anything, I suppose this would be it. But not a big deal. I shoot unsupported/offhand, and while the gun is heavier, it doesn't bother me. In fact, I like the weight.
What others should know: This is simply an excellent gun. You could buy it for the quality and shooting accuracy alone. But if you're into historical replicas, especially WWII ones, as I am... this gun is an absolute must-buy. Get it! I'm especially pleased they made it as a quality gun, and didn't go cheap on the quality. Next up: hoping someone comes out with a quality M1 Garand...
Things I liked: This is a well made rifle with an excellent trigger that's adjustable to the shooter's needs, and with stunning accuracy that holds its own with my TX200HC and HW97K. The K98 is about as heavy as them, though the Mauser's weight leans more toward the muzzle, making it ideal for bench shooting. The owner's manual includes trigger adjustment directions that are easy to follow, though a very small screwdriver, such as those used by jewelers, is necessary to adjust the two screws inset into the trigger blade. A specialized tool kit is included with the rifle, though the screwdriver will not fit the adjustment screws. Overall, this rifle is a superb piece of work.
Things I would have changed: Nothing
What others should know: Mine is a .22, and after testing a number of pellets for accuracy, the finest pellets I shot are Air Arms Diabolo Field Heavy, 18gr. I was quite surprised to learn that my rifle is a drooper, needing a UTG droop compensating mount for a T06 trigger to get me on target.
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shipping to Canada ,would it be possible?
The Diana Mauser K98 we carry does not ship to Canada. There may be a reduced velocity version available in Canada.
What country are these made in?
would my k98 bayonet fit on this riffle?
There is no bayonet lug on the Diana Mauser. The cocking lever position prevents the mounting of a bayonet.
|Max Velocity||850 fps|