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Diana Panther 350 N-TEC Magnum air rifle
Benefits of a gas-piston powerplant:
The Diana Panther 350 N-TEC Magnum air rifle is one of the more powerful gas-piston-driven airguns on the market today. The innovative N-TEC gas ram reduces the twang, and the spring vibration is eliminated. The enhanced T06 trigger is a 2-stage adjustable trigger that makes your shooting experience a pleasure. For such a lightweight airgun, this Diana model is exceptionally powerful.
|Max Velocity||1250 fps|
|Cocking Effort||55 lbs|
|Front Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage & elevation|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
|Trigger Pull||1.5 lbs|
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Things I liked: Very accurate, at 75 yards 1 to 1.5 inch groups
Things I would have changed: Nothing
What others should know: This is not a toy. Watch the back drop over shoot area.
Things I liked: The rifle has great balance, power and can be very precise. Beautiful lines , the blueing is superb. As for power it surpasses the Diana 460 , this gun is quite capable of bringing down raccoons or fox. I would have loved to give it a five star rating in all categories but for the need of having to professionally tune the gun.
Things I would have changed: It has some serious issues with the screws coming loose and the top hat of the nitro piston shaft is too small for the piston head which makes it wobble. The open sights on my gun were useless. Rifle shoots very well with a scope, but needs the utg weaver mount to compensate for droop.
What others should know: It can be a great gun properly tuned but it seems like something happened at Diana and they cut corners in R&D in a rush to put a Diana nitro piston on the market. I had mine expertly tuned and it turned out to be a fantastic hunting rifle. The power is comparable to the Hatsan 135 but with excellent accuracy at long ranges. I spent the money on a good tune job because Dianas in my opinion are the best air rifles on the market , powerful, accurate and super dependable. Cocking effort is heavy.
Things I liked: Quality of blueing (deep black), good fiber sights, well made synthetic stock, excellent balance. Mounted a BKL droop compensating rail, and a 3 - 9 - 40 scope. Started with crosman 14.3 domes with excellent results. An occasional flyer in the first 100 shots at 65 yards, but 1" to 1 1/2" inch groups of 5 shots were the norm. Had to tighten all screws with Blue Loctite (including all screws for BKL rail & scope) due to loosening after only 100 shots. Changed to crosman php 14.3 from Wally World, and much to my surprise the accuracy was slightly better than the domed pellets. This rifle hits like a hammer even at 65 yards, is loud, a bitch to cock, but a serious shooter. Excellent quality. REAL power, great accuracy.
Things I would have changed: Would prefer a rubber butt pad instead of the plastic version supplied on the gun, because this thing has a real kick. Like most magnums, this gun requires the right kind of hold to maximize accuracy. I found that a firm grip on the fore arm, and a snug fit of the butt into the shoulder improved consistency.
What others should know: Thanks to Pyramid for excellent service. Shipment on time, packaging was excellent, good value for a good gun.
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I read that you have to professionally tune this rifle what people mean by that .
Where to tune it and Thank you
Tuning usually means having some custom parts made or a tune kit installed which will reduce the vibration and smooth out the shot cycle of the gun. It is not really necessary, but some people like to do it to make the gun easier and more enjoyable to shoot.
Can the piston pressure be adjusted to alter FPS as in an HW90?
Where is this rifle made? Thanks
|Max Velocity||1250 fps|