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RWS Diana 350 N-TEC Magnum Classic Air Rifle
The RWS Diana 350 N-TEC Magnum Classic Air Rifle utilizes a smooth-shooting German-made N-TEC nitrogen piston and features a pleasing hardwood stock with classic styling for a traditional feel. With speeds up to 1250 FPS and a crisp and light 2-stage adjustable T06 trigger, the rifle is extremely accurate, with plenty of power for small-game hunting or pest control.
The N-TEC nitrogen piston maintains its performance at low temperatures and is smoother to cock, smoother to shoot, and has lower recoil than a regular spring airgun. In addition, the N-TEC piston outlasts a traditional metal spring and doesn't suffer from spring fatigue even if left cocked for extended periods.
The sleek beech sporting stock is capped with a rubber buttpad for comfort and features a fixed fiber optic front sight and windage and elevation adjustable fiber optic rear sight. There is also a long 11mm dovetail optics rail for adding a scope.
For a precise sporter breakbarrel with a rich hardwood stock and timeless good looks that's well-suited to pest control or hunting small game, get an RWS Diana 350 N-TEC Magnum Classic Air Rifle at Pyramyd Air today.
|Max Velocity||1250 fps|
|Front Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage & elevation|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
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Things I liked: Accuracy, nice quality wood stock, easy quick to use fiber optic sights!
Things I would have changed: include a tin of RWS domed pellets
What others should know: This air rifle is expensive but worth it as the 340 produces consistant accuracy and is something worth getting and keeping!
Things I liked: shot cycle is excellent
Things I would have changed: trigger adjustment - trigger is GREAT, but odd
What others should know: mine is a .22 and likes the JSB 15.89 gr.
Things I liked: Easy to cock. Accurate! Mine loves the JSB 15.89gr shot cycle is excellent.
Things I would have changed: First stage of the trigger is non-existent. Having said that, it is crisp and light.
What others should know: Get one now!
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Not too familiar with air rifles. Had the Benjamin Titan NP with a scope. Purchased after market roller bearing and completed the trigger upgrade- worked like a charm. But, the accuracy with this particular rifle was ridiculous no matter what ammo I used. I am very familiar with scope mounting, trigger adjusting, etc on deer rifles. Not so familiar with air rifles. Considering this gun. Do most guys use the iron sights or monkey with the dovetail (not a fan of this style of base mount) and mount an air rifle scope? If the later, what scope would you recommend or is it not necessary with this rifle?
How loud is this gun? And how in terms of loudness does it compare to the 350 N-TEC?
Matt from USA: I would like to know why Diana is still opting to use the dovetail design instead of the Weaver/Picatinny. I thought the Weaver/Picatinny mount was more robust than the dovetail especially on springier and gas ram air rifles. Pump, PCP and CO2 aren't as destructive on scopes and the air rifles itself so I don't see a problem with using dovetail there.
That's a question for Diana. Many of the European manufacturers will not likely switch purely because dovetails are what they have been working with since the beginning. Thankfully, you've got options to convert it with the various UTG rail options that engage both stop pin holes on the factory dovetail. I'd check those out.
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|Max Velocity||1250 fps|