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Diana Panther 340 N-TEC air rifle
Benefits of a gas-piston powerplant:
The Diana Panther 340 air rifle is powered by German gas piston technology that offers consistent power, a very smooth cocking effort, and a decrease in vibration leading to better accuracy for you. Made in Germany, Diana airguns live up to their reputation of high quality.
This all-weather beauty is relatively easy to cock for such a powerful breakbarrel. The T06 metal trigger lets you customize the trigger to your liking making this gun even more pleasing.
|Max Velocity||1000 fps|
|Front Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage & elevation|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
|Trigger Pull||2.0 lbs|
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Things I liked: This is a fine, well built pellet gun. I was able to use open sights at 25 yards and group a 2 inch target with standard lead pellets. It has a gentle recoil and a light triger that makes it a smooth shooting rifle. Now comes time for the scope.
Things I would have changed: I am not impressed with the sights and would recomend this gun as an option for metal sights or scope. The rear optical fiber sight is a bit wide for my preference. Perhaps offer a shorter stock.
What others should know: The price is fair for the gun, and that it is a reliable weapon.
Things I liked: Overall quality is very good. Right out of the box using JSB 14.35 grain .22 pellets I was able to shoot half inch groups at 30 yards.
Things I would have changed: There are a few things I would change. Trigger has a clean break but transition between first and second stage is hard to detect. I would also like to have a rubber butt plate with spacers to adjust for eye relief. Current butt plate is slick and make gun hard to cock when I place it on my thigh it slips off. This is the first Diana rifle I own and I read they have barrel drop. True I had to shim the scope to account for this
What others should know: N-TEC gas piston has good power without twang of a spring gun
Things I liked: Have (2) Both shoot great one eats anykind of pellet you put in it is accurate with about 6 different pellet weights. from 6.9gr super H to Crosman Premier ,8.5gr Sniper medium, copper trophy 8.8gr ,8.2gr masterkl, shot 5/8"x3/8" Groups at 25m shoots 1"x7/8" groups at 35m Scoped Hawke 50mm , Have already Put almost a Thousand rounds through it . I am having a blast w/it! have taken squirrels w/it One from 28m. NO Friends this is not your Red Rider. I am lucky to have room to shoot out to a 100m 45m is as far as I have tried 1- 3/16 x 1" all are 10 shot groups Was extremely impressed w/ accuracy 20m groups are 1 ragged hole sniper medium 8.5gr seems to be the most accurate so far but have several that shoot under 11/16" x1/2" groups 7 and 8 usually in 1 ragged hole If ya like to shoot and try to shoot accurately
Things I would have changed: Wish it was 5.5# like advertised weight. This one is almost 9#s w/Scope but weight makes it a more solid rest .But carrying it ,you know its a weapon , .
What others should know: Watch closely when loading have had different Brands of pellets fall out of barrel throat while closing after cocking and loading.
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Does the 340 N-Tec also come in a Camo stock?
Is the 340 an updated version of the Diana 34 classic. They physically appear at least very close.
Yes, the 340 has the N-Tec gas ram while the 34 has a standard steel spring
Hi. what should i expect from this rifle in termns of accuracy and range comapred to the RWS diana model 34p. What scope and mount would you suggest if im on a Budget and requiring at least a 3-9 X 40? Thanks
Last one I shot produced a 5/8" group around 25 yards for 5 shots. No reason a spring 34p couldn't do the same. I'd check out a Leapers True Hunter...comes with dovetail rings: Leapers UTG 3-9x40AO True Hunter...
|Max Velocity||1000 fps|