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2-year limited warranty
List Price $299.99 Save $20.00 (6%)
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The most popular rifle sold by Diana, this German rifle will keep you shooting accurately and powerfully for decades. While it doesn't have some of the frills that more expensive guns have, it goes head-to-head where it really counts! The well-balanced hardwood stock makes it easy to hold and shoot the Diana 34. Quality is evident in other places, too: a two-stage adjustable trigger, fiber optic sights (fully adj. rear) and a finely rifled barrel. No need to worry about cocking difficulty, as that's where this rifle really shines (just 33 lbs., although our own tests showed just 30 lbs.). Both calibers are ideal for plinking, paper targets and spinners. Like to hunt? The .22 cal. should be your choice for small game and pests. If you're a serious airgunner on a budget, the Diana 34 was made for you!
We've recommended a variety of appropriate pellets, which are listed in the AMMO link. Click on the ACCESSORIES link to select from a variety of suggested scopes, mounts and other shooting gear.
The Diana 34 now has the TO6 trigger. A trigger this good isn't usually found in guns at this price range.
|Max Velocity||1000 fps|
|Cocking Effort||33 lbs.|
|Front Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage & elevation|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
|Trigger Pull||3.3 lbs|
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Things I liked: This is my second RWS Diana 34. I bought another due to how much I love these rifles. It is hands down the best and highest quality rifle for the money. It is a German made springer and will last you a lifetime. The accuracy is phenomenal....period. In the .22 cal it also has more than enough energy for any small game. In the .22 it is a 16.5 - 17 FPE rifle.
Things I would have changed: Haven't found anything yet.
What others should know: The 34 is very easy to take down and do whatever you may want or need to do as far as lubing or tuning. But DO NOT do so without a spring compressor. There is a lot of tension on the spring.
Things I liked: I bought mine off Ebay, it was listed as a "shelf pull", with the only defects being a small ding in the stock and missing elevation knob. When I got it, the bracket that holds the front of the stock on had a screw broken off in it. I contacted Umerex, they wouldn't warrent the exterior, so I had to buy a new bracket along with the elevation knob and elevation spring for the sight. I also ordered 2 new stock screws, but instead they sent me 2 barrel pivot screws. I found the tiny ball bearings (2mm) that go under the elvation knob from a local gunsmith, and bought 2 cap screws for the front of the stock, and changed the toothed lock washer to flat washers and lock washers. They won't stay tight. I will cut grooves in the underneath surface of the cap screws to see if that won't hold with the toothed washers. It is very accurate tho after fixes, shooting same hole groups with cphp and JHB heavies at 10 yards.
Things I would have changed: A steel rear sight with tighter fiber optics. there is too much side-to-side space in the rear notch for the front sight. A tune at the factory would greatly improve shooting dynamics. It needs velocity tar on the spring, a buttoned piston and polished washers under polished spring ends, and a tight steel spring retainer. It shoots like shaking a coffee can full of nuts and bolts and rings like a bell. After a tune, it would be like shaking a coffee can full of rice with no ringing. I feel like there is a good chance of breaking a scope with all that vibration. After a good tune, a scope would have a much better chance.
What others should know: It took some diddling, but I got the trigger adjusted where there is about 1/4 inch of first stage with a light but safe second stage. Its ideal for me, and with only about 200 rounds through it with open sights, I can tell I will be shooting shotgun primers set in cardboard from 10 yards or so. A good 4th of July activity. A good value overall and even with the extra money I had to spend it is still a .bargain.
Things I liked: It's beautiful, accurate
Things I would have changed: Rear sight, better manual would be nice as the directions for adjusting the trigger are clear as mud.
What others should know: I was ready to send this gun back right after I got it, my grouping was all over the place at 25 yards through the Leapers scope, even after 200 rounds. Then, I removed the scope. With the open sights I was putting shots almost directly through the same hole at 20 yards. I was hesitant to take the scope off as I had gone for the 20 for 20 deal, but I am glad I did. After another 100 shots or so, I put the scope back on and it's a tack driver. I didn't even have to sight it in to be just off the center of the bulls eye by about 3/4". My other issue was how hard it was to cock. Seriously, it was tough to even swing the barrel back up. I loosened the screw the barrel pivots on a bit and it is much easier but the screw was so tight I needed to use and impact driver, the type you smack with a hammer, to break it loose...
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When I got my red 34 the sights did not adjust high enough for me to sight in the rifle. Later I mounted a utg scope mount and scope. The rifle was working fine until the barrel started getting stuck and not being able to break currently it is stuck should I just oil the moving parts or what should I do???
Do these have the Diana huntress logo below the Rws logo, or just the Rws logo?
When out hunting, how long can you keep the RWS/Diana cocked before losing power or harming spring?
I would recommend no longer than a few hours at a time. There is not data to support a given amount of time damaging or hurting the gun if left cocked, but personally, a few hours is my limit
Diana Model 34, .177 caliber, Beech Stock
|Max Velocity||1000 fps|
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