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Written on: 09/06/2006 by JerryL99 (2 reviews written)
I bought a RWS 34 Diana in .22 Cal. put a RWS C-Mount on it and a better RWS scope the 300. (very very nice scope compared to the 350 scope) Sighted right in and is powerful. Have about 300 shots through it so far . Got the whole deal for 275.00 ( that scope is a reg 160.00 - 180.00 scope got it for 90.00
I was so impressed that I found another 34 in .177 on sale it was the combo only differance is that it has the RWS cheaper scope (350) gun also is great but same feelings about it… Read Full Review
Written on: 26/05/2006 by herm (1 review written)
Although this RWS 34 Diana is an entry level adult rifle it is still top quality if compared to other cheap guns. Mine is .177and is the older model with the steel trigger and guard. I find Gamo Pro magnums and Gamo TS 10 pellet work the best for me I can shoot inch groupings at 45 metres with a BSA .22/air rifle scope… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/05/2006 by Westmanor03 (1 review written)
I bought my RWS 34 Diana about 3 weeks ago. At first I wasnt sure whether it was the gun or the scope that was a little off. Shot for shot was maybe about 2 inches back and forth. But since then I have put a couple hundred shots on the gun ( breaking it in) and dialed in the scope and the accuracy and precision is dead on. I put 4 holes yesterday at 25 yards inside a dime. Shot a squirrel off a brick wall at 50 yards and he didnt get up. Killed some bunnies and cats and could not be happier… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/03/2006 by sportytj (5 reviews written)
Real adult airgun that comes in .177,.20,.22 I went 5.5mm because they seem to be out of stock everywhere I looked must be something to this. You just can't go wrong with German quality at this price I figure the RWS 34 Diana will last a lifetime not many things you can say that about. Pwr is perfect for me the Sheridan .20 I have seemed like a lot at 675fps this RWS is rated at 800 in .22cal and 1000 in .177. Dead on accuracy, pwr, looks A+ there's only one other gun I'd like to own R9… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/02/2006 by dbootsjr (1 review written)
My RWS 34 Diana shot good the first day I had it I busted a penny in half at 40 feet. All the shoots were in the group… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/11/2005 by Pedro Laia (12 reviews written)
After 12 years of owning my RWS 34 Diana air rifle, it is still showing it's brute force in cocking and shooting, completely trespassing soup cans at variable distances.
The weight of it can be a little heavy for younger shooters.
The sights are also very well built and effective.
The aesthetics in my opinion makes this gun look very slender, smooth and beautiful.
About durability... I had it repaired for the first time yesterday after 12 years, for de-rusting the barrel a little bit, and to… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/11/2005 by Pedro Laia (12 reviews written)
I own a RWS 34 Diana air rifle 0.22 and a Norica Marvic Style cal. 0.177. I have had my Diana for 12 years (purchased in 1993), and I'm very happy with it.
Since it was my first air rifle, and I could only use it 3 or 4 times a year in the holidays; it is only in the last few years I have managed to have my accuracy reasonably improved.
First it's an extremely well built air rifle, undoubtedly with superior quality amongst the other manufacturers. The superior quality is present in almost every… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/10/2005 by rob3dr (18 reviews written)
I got my RWS 34 Diana on close out for $115 and for that price, I couldn't be happier.
The gun handles well and has good power using both 7.9gr and 10.5gr Premiers. The 7.9gr shoot at about 900fps while the 10.5 shoot at around 820fps.
Accuracy is good out to 30 yards, but that is about the upper limit of this gun. I'm sure there are those out there that have shot at longer distances, but 30 yards is where I stop with this gun. At that distance, on a good day I can get nickel sized… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/10/2005 by thevinoman (3 reviews written)
Brought the RWS 34 Diana home today and couldn't be happier. Fired 50 rounds and with a slight amount of sight calibration, was putting everything within one inch at 15 meters. Well made, probably going to put a scope on it at some point, but, we'll see. This is a terrific airgun at a very reasonable price… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/08/2005 by skycrab99 (1 review written)
OK guys! Just bought my first spring airgun, a RWS 34 in .22, a couple of days ago. I have been shooting all my life and started two decades ago with a Daisy 880 I shot tens of thousands of times before it died from exhaustion. Here are my impressions as a spring gun novice, and I welcome anyone to tell me where I'm wrong, what to expect, etc. I wanted a spring gun for the few times when I would be places that a .22 LR wouldn't be welcome. Also, I just got back into squirrel hunting last… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/08/2005 by sonic07 (19 reviews written)
I have the D34- .22 since May 2005, it's another beautiful air rifle is made by Diana. Excellent quality as expected from Diana. I was amazed with the D34 barrel how straight it is. After zeroing the open sight. I took 3 shots at 1/4" bullseye paper target at 40ft and wow the 3 shots went in dead centre, all in one hole. I was so amazed with this rifle… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/07/2005 by Harry Cole (1 review written)
After having owned the RWS model 24 and a classic Weihrauch Model 35, I ordered an RWS model 34 in .17 caliber for crows that were populating my small Washington homestead. Out of the box the rifle was clean and tight, and exhibited a fine finish on both steel and it's stained hardwood stock. The fit and fine workmanship were clear to even an untrained eye. The stock was devoid of any checkering or a rubber butt plate to prevent it from slipping around on the shoulder, but these are small… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/06/2005 by mrc01 (3 reviews written)
I've had my RWS 34 Diana Air Rifle in .177 with the RWS model 350 4x32 scope for several years. The model 34 is the entry level to precision adult air rifles. It shoots with about 13-15 ft.lbs. of energy, which is average for a spring piston air rifle. The unique recoil makes it difficult to master. But once mastered and broken in, it is a consistent performer. I shoot 1-2" groups at 100 feet from a sitting position in the field. Obviously, it shoots tighter groups from the bench.
Its power is… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/04/2005 by Airgunfun (3 reviews written)
I have the RWS Diana Model 34 and Model 24, both in .22 calibre.
Here in Canada, the law considers the Model 34 a firearm (over 500 feet per second) and as such needs to be registered and the owner licenced.
It will punch a Meisterkueglan pellet clean through both sides of a metal coffee can at 10 yards. My Model 24 in .22 calibre (less than 500 ft per second) packs a wallop but will only dent the can.
The Model 24 requires no licence or registration.
For you gun buffs, you may note that even… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/02/2005 by Airforce1 (1 review written)
The RWS 34 Diana is a highly accurate spring air rifle. After a 1000+ rounds, the rifle is now very smooth in both the cocking and shooting aspects. The rifle's firing motion is pleasant and rewarding to shoot. A shooting session is something I look forward to after a days of work or to wake up for in the early morning on the weekend.
Although, initially, the rifle fired very loudly and scared everyone in the house. The rifle has quieted down significantly to the point that all one hears… Read Full Review
Written on: 08/02/2005 by roden hunter (1 review written)
6 months ago I purchased the RWS 34 Diana model and the recoil broke the trigger twice. I can't believe that a cheap trigger is installed in such a good model has any one out there experienced the same problems?… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/01/2005 by pyroboy68 (1 review written)
RWS 34 Diana - I live in Canada and made the mistake of purchasing anything from the U.S.A. especially an air rifle. I purchased a RWS Diana model 34(t5)for $220.00 US.I had it about a month and took maybe 50 shots from it. I decided to purchase a scope so I purchased a tasco golden antler 3x9x32. I was setting the scope up and the first shot went alright. The second shot sounded different so I checked to see if the pellet left the barrel and it did, so i loaded it again. When I went to pull… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/12/2004 by diazr56 (2 reviews written)
This write up is on my experience with both the RWS 34 and Xisico B-21. My ratings will be on the RWS 34.
I reside in California USA.
About a year ago, a decided to own a springer like the one I had 40 years ago as a kid.
After much internet reading, I took a liking for the RWS 48.
However after some thinking, I talked myself into the RWS 34 in .22.
I received the gun about 4 months ago.
Out of the box, it was clear this was a quality peace.
In my eyes, beauty in its simplest form.
I've shot… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/12/2004 by Mad Dog (18 reviews written)
I am very pleased with my .22cal RWS Model 34 break barrel, good power in the 12-14 ftlb range, good accuracy with the stock sights, and even better with my Anshutz peep. It's been two weeks and about 500 rounds. There is no trigger designation (T0#) on my rifle, but it seems to be the same two screw adjustment that is on my Model 48 which is a T01, regardless the trigger is a two stage with a predictalbe break and I have not found it nessecary to adjust it so far. The gun shot smoothly right… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/05/2004 by foxy42 (1 review written)
First, let me say, I am not an experienced rifle shooter, this is my first, I usually shoot pistols, but wanted a bit more distance and power. I bought a Diana Model 34 from my local shop (in Greece), and headed up into the mountains the next day with targets in hand (but secretly hoping to see a snake or a rat (I didn't though...). Anyway, I set the target up at about ten meters, and started setting the sights. After 8 shots I was happy with my adjustments (it was very close out of the box)… Read Full Review