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Earn 470 Bullseye Bucks
List Price $529.95 Save $60.00 (11%)
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|Max Velocity||1100 fps|
|Cocking Effort||39 lbs.|
|Front Sight||Blade & Ramp|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage & elevation|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
|Trigger Pull||3.3 lbs|
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Things I liked: Very pleased with the accuracy. I sighted in at 16 yds. and eliminated the center bull with nine shots.
Things I would have changed: None
What others should know: My first choice for a pellet was the Meisterkugeln. I grouped three other pellets at five shots each. None were as accurate as the Meisterkugeln 14 gr.
Things I liked: Nice rifle that feels of quality. Good accuracy open sights or scope.
Things I would have changed: Rifle is heavy. Hard to load with scope attached.
What others should know: The weight of the rifle was no surprise. Loading with the scope attached is cumbersome.
Things I liked: I bought mine in 2003 in the 20cal. version no longer available . The side lever cocking was the reason I bought it .
Things I would have changed: Don't think I would change anything even the weight witch I think benefits the longer shot .
What others should know: It seems to like a heavy pellet , Im shooting the.20 cal. Beeman Kodiak and the Crow-Magum .
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On the Diana model 48, can the whole front sight assembly be removed and a sound suppressor be installed?
What is the LOP of this rifle?
Most parts for this 'Air Arms" are not identifyable from available schematics nor available for purchase from any "Googled" search. I have a RWS/Diana 48/52, purchased from "Pyramid Air" about 1993?, It has about 2000+- rounds thru it when spring broke and discovered rear end of plastic spring guide had also broken into pieces upon disassembly. Only replacement parts for repair are from alternate source after much research. Suggest purchasing a much cheaper air gun, and avoid RWS/Diana.
Just got the RWS/Diana 48/52, .177, back together this afternoon with the Vortek spring assembly installed. I used a liberal amount of their lube on the spring but not as much as they suggested. Very light lube to the Piston seal (original) which appears to be in excellent condition. Cleaned everything with degreaser and alcohol. The new guide doesn't allow the piston to travel as far back as the old which results in the cocking action to need an extra effort to engage the locking mechanism, and the auto safety does not fully activate. I'll need to investigate further to find what is causing this issue. The gun is quieter and initial results indicate a more consistant grouping of rounds fired, although it was only at 10 yards. Will play with it some more later and mount a drop compensator rail and a Leapers for a longer range evaluation.
|Max Velocity||1100 fps|
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