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Diana 350 Magnum Striker Combo
Tech specs: Our tech department tested the .22 rifle with a 14-grain pellet and got 850 fps. Lighter pellets will deliver higher velocities, heavier pellets will deliver lower velocities.
The scope is unmounted and may not look like the scope shown in the images.
If you want your scope mounted and sighted-in, order our 20-for-$20 service! Click the link below to see all the benefits of 20-for-$20.
Built as a powerful backyard plinker and small pest eliminator, the Diana 350 represents the brands love for crafting quality spring-piston powerplants. With this exclusive kit, get your 350 Ready for endless backyard shooting fun with an included 3-9x40 scope, drooper rail, and premium scope rings.
From streamlined Monte Carlo beechwood stock to its adjustable 2-stage T06 trigger, the Diana Magnum 350 is ready to up your game on the backyard range. Available in .177 and .22, this springer can send rounds at speeds from 1,000 to 1,250 fps with enough power to bag small game at long range.
Each Diana 350 Magnum shoots straight out of the box with its included adjustable rear sights. If you prefer a scope, this kit gives you the optics to zero in on paper and prey alike. Sporting the famed Diana T06 2-stage adjustable trigger, you can adjust for the pull weight, the length of the first stage and the sear engagement.
If you love the quality and reliability of a spring-piston breakbarrel, the Diana 350 Magnum Magnum Striker Kit will not disappoint. Don’t be without it on your next shooting session!
|Max Velocity||1250 fps|
|Cocking Effort||45 lbs.|
|Front Sight||Post globe|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage & elevation|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
|Trigger Pull||3.3 lbs|
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Things I liked: Well made.Good fit and finish. Scope ships unmounted but should be no problem for anyone with basic skills. Zeroed at appx 30 yards and has held its mark. This is my first barrel break so the the spring tension is higher than expected, but manageable. Overall the weight is also a bit on the heavy side. Weight and tension are both in the specs so no surprises there. I've only shot around 100 rounds so far but I like what I've experienced so far.
Things I would have changed: I was going to utilize the 20 for 20 option and have Pyramid mount and zero the scope. This included an unwanted charge for a carrying case that I did not want. I should think that Pyramid can repackage and ship for less than the cost of an unwanted case.
What others should know: Overall nice air rifle. No surprises.
Things I liked: Absolutely everything! Sold that same model 3 yrs ago to help purchase camera equipment to start my Photography business and boy did I miss Diana !
Things I would have changed: This has nothing to do with the make of the Rifle but the packaging, received mine with the styrofoam blocks out of place and the rear sights broken.
What others should know: Please get this rifle !
Things I liked: This is a very powerful and accurate air rifle. I have had other brands and so far this is the best. I bought the 20 for 20 from PA, and it was almost a perfect shot. Only had to move left two clicks on scope for perfect zero. So far i have shot two different pellets with the same accuracy. You will know when you cock and shoot the first time it is a quality air rifle.
Things I would have changed: Nothing yet. I have only had the rifle two weeks.
What others should know: A little heavy but that adds to stability for me. It does take a little effort to cock. For a spring rifle it is still pretty smooth.
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So is this a no go if you shoot lefty?
While it does not have the raised cheek piece on the right hand side of the stock, it would still be usable for a left handed shooter.
I have 6 acres with criters dont know if the diana RWS 350 with 1250 fps or the Beeman R9 Elite series with only935 fps will meet my neads. what one is the better rifle. Or is their sumthing you may sugest that is better.
Either will work fine. RWS 350 is more powerful and takes more effort to cock as a result of that. Both are made by great manufacturers out of Germany.
Enough power to hunt small critters and pests. Fun, too! Shoot spinners and plink all day long.
Includes an unmounted 3-9x40 AO Rifle Scope with Mil-Dot reticle, Drooper Scope Rail, and Premium Rings
|Max Velocity||1250 fps|