Diana 34 Breakbarrel Air Rifle with Beech Stock
Looking for an accurate, consistent and reliable spring piston, breakbarrel air rifle? Then look no further than the Diana 34 - a time-tested classic and the German manufacturer’s most popular model - for good reason.
From its well-balanced, beechwood stock and easy-on-the-elbows, 33 lb. cocking effort, to its high-quality, rifled steel barrel and adjustable, two-stage trigger, the Diana 34 is packed with features often found in much-higher priced guns.
|Max Velocity||800 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: Everything, The weight, the feel, the appearance, finish, packaging, function, all.
Things I would have changed: Install a new TO7 trigger when its available. (Just Kidding)
What others should know: Just like in the gun world of rifles and shoguns, If you have owned a top of the line firearm, you can tell the difference between a higher priced gun and a cheaper one. This is not to say that a low priced gun won't put a round on target down range, its all about the preference of finding a true companion to your hunt, the right feel, and quality to be admired.
Things I liked: well built, solid gun.
What others should know: My old eyes didn't do well with the open sights, so I got a scope, but younger eyes would do well with the sights it comes with.
Things I liked: Just received this today. Took it out of the box and started shooting it. Hit every thing I aimed at. Trigger is light, perfect. Ready for rabbit!
Things I would have changed: Nada.
What others should know: This is a refurbished unit and only had 3 minor dings in the stock. Other than that, just like new. Thank you PyramydAir
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I have a RWS made in West Germany Air Rifle. Serial # 668793. It seems old, where can I get more information on this rifle?
Big fan of Pyramyd Air here! In my opinion, this rifle has way too much power for a .177 pellet. That being said, I must ask if there are any plans for selling Diana 280 in the USA?
At this time there is no information on importing the Diana 280.
Just shot the first two pellets thru my new Diana 34. Both bullseyes right out of the box, but it was very LOUD. Detonation perhaps? Should I keep shooting and it will quiet down, burn off any oil from manufacturing?
Thanks. The excess noise backed off shortly after I resumed shooting. It is a great gun. It is a very accurate shooting gun. Could not be happier.
There is excess lube in the air cylinder cooking off. This is dieseling. It will end after 50-75 shots and the gun will quiet down.
Power and accuracy! .22 cal. is ideal for hunting small game and pests. Two-stage adjustable trigger.
|Max Velocity||800 fps|