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Earn 330 Bullseye Bucks
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|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: It is a well built air gun and is bad to the bone!!! Powerful and accurate, made in Germany and built to last! Love it.
Things I would have changed: Nothing!
What others should know: Very accurate and powerful! Made well and will last a lifetime if taken care of properly!
Things I liked: Bought a k98 and love it ,wanted something lightr and easy to carry . So I got a 34 just the right size .I was spoiled by the fit finish and smooth shooting on the k98 out of the box . The 34 is a different gun it was dry of oil ,the finish was good , the stock is warped in the forearm it took 1/8 inch of shim to give clearance on the cocking lever. Sounded like a rasp cocking and twannked and vibrated firing . Lubed the spring and that helped some , would have sent it back but the trigger is the best and it started gettiing more accurate as i shot it . After about 700 shots it was cocking and shooting smoother but not much . So I bought a vortek tune kit, And it started cocking and shooting like a german rifle should .
Things I would have changed: The quality control from the factory , you would think they would test it at the factory if you have to repair it or send it back. They might as well make them in china.
What others should know: I might of got a bad one , but I with some fixing its a good gun.
Things I liked: I just received my new rifle from pyramydair. .22 cal model 34. Excellent balance of value, quality, function and LONGEVITY. It's my second RWS model 34. The first, a .177cal, I've been so pleased with for 26 years that I thought I'd finally buy the .22cal I really wanted when bass pro only had the .177 in stock. I was a little apprehensive as they've changed it some over the years, plastic parts, sights, trigger guard and such, but I'm here to say after inspection, lubrication and about 300 shots, by all outward appearance, it's actually a schweeter rifle than my first. The plastic parts are of very high impact material and I also appreciate they added a buttplate, as my old rifle's bare butt shows a real beating. All in all, the details of product received look much nicer than the product in the picture, and from initial order to ultimate receipt, Pyramyd's handling of the transaction was absolute top shelf.
Things I would have changed: If shoots as hard, reliable and true as my old one come 2044, I won't say a bad word about it. I'll hafta let ya know then.
What others should know: That new trigger is incredibly light. Even right out of the box. It sorta took some getting used to. I accidentally discharged it downrange a couple times because I'm so used to the old one, which in itself wasn't by any means what I'd call a heavy trigger.
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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
|Max Velocity||1000 fps|
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