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Written on: 20/05/2004 by Axelphysics (1 review written)
The RWS 34 Diana is a very reliable gun that is worth the money. I have shot well over six thousand rounds and know that it is very accurate arround fifty yards and out of the box is easy to set the sites. Over time if you choose to use a scope you would need to set it regularly do to the crack barrel in addition to needing a shock protected scope. It is a very good gun for pest control and can easily pass in and out of most all critters. Although, it is good for pest control it is not a… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/04/2004 by jskd82 (2 reviews written)
I wouldn't recommend the RWS 34 Diana or any other air gun that is priced really high ($200 and up) because I bought this gun as a combo and I wasn't satisfied with it's accuracy. It would be great one day and then the next it would be shooting a foot high so I returned it, I mean it is a well built gun but for the price I went and bought a .22 Lr and a .22 Mag. A .22 Lr is much more worthed to me because an airgun you have to worry about the spring being weakened if you cock it and leave it… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/04/2004 by sarith (1 review written)
The RWS 34 Diana is Very accurate- could succesfuly pot a coke can hanging from a tree at about 35 yards while standing many times over and now use coins as targets.
Powerfull enough to make very significant alterations to the shape of any coin, makes 1/4 inch holes in concrete walls but dissapointed me in not going through a car tyre but embedding the pellet in.
Quite heavy (3.1 kilos without scope) so takes some getting used to, would probably make a beginner shake too much to use… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/04/2004 by mcduff1 (1 review written)
The RWS 34 Diana gun lives up to all the comments I have read, It is very accurate with the iron sites at 30 - 40 yds. I am shooting a 3" circle at 35 yds. I am sure that with a scope I can bring that down a lot. When I set out to buy an air rifle I was going to buy the RWS 95 model, but once I compared the two side by side, the 95 model seem to be a little cheaper made. The Diana cost a little more but is a better built gun. One thing I recommend is getting the RWS shooter's kit(220 1125) to… Read Full Review
Written on: 22/03/2004 by jskd82 (2 reviews written)
The RWS 34 Diana gun packs a lot of power for the money, it is a great deal. It is very accurate, after sighting it in with the 4x32 RWS scope that came with the gun as a combo, I shot 4 pellets at 33 yards and all of them were touching each other, now that's what I call accurate and consistant. Make sure to get the adjustable scope rail so that you don't have to shim it yourself. Gun packs quite a bit of kick so that's also something iv'e got to get used to. The trigger is also something that… Read Full Review
Written on: 31/01/2004 by Steve4887 (8 reviews written)
My Model 34 has given me 10 years of reliable service. It is a plain gun that is accurate and powerful. After a few thousand rounds, it shoots smoothly. My favorite activity with my 34 is sinking soft drink cans floating in my pond. The distance is 70 yards and once I get the range, I rarely miss. I use RWS Superdomes (.177). The barrel alignment is precise. The gun has the heft and feel of a well made wood and steel rifle. I expect many more years of fun with my RWS 34 carbine… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/12/2003 by CVanMeter (8 reviews written)
When I first got bit by the "airgun bug" I found that as soon as I had an extra $150 to $250 dollars, I would buy a new airgun. Needless to say I soon found I had some 10 or so airguns that fell into that price range. These included several BSA, Beeman, RWS, a Gamo and a handful of Chinese Clones of German and British models. I found the RWS-43 to be near the top when it came to quality of construction and accuracy. Where it fell behind a few others was it's heavy weight and length. I also… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/11/2003 by pnchfngrs (1 review written)
I have owned my modle RWS 34 for 10 yrs and it delivers every time. Excellent survivalist gun. You will be dining on quail, rabbit, duck and others. Nice kill power at 30yds and 50yds… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/07/2003 by McKavney. (1 review written)
My gun is a Diana model 34 'S'.
It is the same gun underneath but has a wallnut stock, a short 4/5" barrel with a silencer on the end and a high quality wide angle scope.
My sister dropped mine (is there any way to remove medium depth scratches without sanding down the stock?) but is is still very nice looking.
It came out of its RWS case very accurate but with a faulty scope that didnt zoom more than 3x of the 9x it was supposed to (soon got that sent back).
Ive shot about 1000 rounds and that… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/06/2003 by Rick. (1 review written)
I found my RWS 34 Diana which is now 8 yrs old to be quite accurate right out of the box. Mine has all metal sightsand i find it handles very well withgood balance. Excellent rifle for the price as compared to other entrylevel air rifles as the BSA SuperSport.Did have to replace the mainspring recently, but a few accidental dryfires (pellet must have fallen out) did not help i guess. So overall if you are lookingfor a 12-13fpe air rifle in the price range of around $200 and ofgerman quality the… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/12/2002 by David. (1 review written)
I wanted to do a follow up after now shooting close to 3000 rounds. Is has smoothed out nicely . Extremly accurate. I have a BSA 3-12 x 44 scope on it and a Beeman Barrel Brake. I have found after shooting just about every brand and type of pellet it shoots the tightest groups with the RWS Superdome and the Crosman Premier. These shoot better than the match pellets I have shot… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/12/2002 by NS.. (1 review written)
I had and RWS 34 in .177 caliber for about a year. I liked the performance and accuracy it delivered, but disliked it's rough shooting behavior. It's poorly balanced, but light and easy to carry around in the woods. I sold it because I disliked it's feel and found it very difficult to shoot accurately. All in all, it's a good gun, but not worth it's price tag… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/11/2002 by dtacmed. (1 review written)
After shooting over 750 rounds so far I'm very impressed with this rifle. I would like to see better sights such as the tru-glo on the GAMO guns. Also for a gun of this quality would like to see a butt-plate. However it's marketed as a no frills work-horse and it fits this description to a tee. I have not noticed any change in sound at all (something I noticed on 2 previous Gamo rifles.)This rifle breaks in well. I have noticed smoother cocking etc. the more rounds I put through it. As far as… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/11/2002 by Tetryl. (1 review written)
I use this rifle with an infra-red scope for professional pest control purposes. I have no complaints at all about this excellent rifle. As a matter of fact I'm getting ready to order two more of them as I like them that much… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/08/2002 by Franklin. (1 review written)
In my opinion the RWS 34 is the best rifle in the world with a perfect combination of speed and accuracy. Also there's no other rifle with a 19" barrel @ 1000 fps (can anyone prove that?). Rifles like rws 48, or a beeman crow are extremely powerful as I've shot those too. The pellets might travel a little further from such rifles, but around a 30 yard range, the accuracy which a rws 34 produces, no other rifle in the world can compete. Usually for sportsmen, most of their targets are around 30… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/04/2002 by AndrewLeung. (1 review written)
I don't know how many 34/36 series RWS rifles I have shot...they just generally get no more than 13 or so ft-lbs in .177. Firing cycle is managably rough and definitely shouldn't be FAC force fed (unless in .22 at 13-14 ft-lbs). I feel for this rifle, a .22 caliber with a shorter carbine style barrel would probably be optimum. The .177 gun is relatively accurate as it does about 2-2.5" at 50 yards fairly consistently and superdome pellets as well as Beeman ram-jet pellets is what it prefers on… Read Full Review
Written on: 22/02/2002 by daisy. (1 review written)
This RWS model 34 air rifle is not a bad gun. I put a GSI spring kit in and it smooth right out… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/02/2002 by jjpitz. (1 review written)
The RWS model-34 air gun is easy to handle in every way, it shoots perfect for a spring air rifle and you can just feel and see the quality in the gun. Their is no comparison in this price range with the other 'want-to-be' air rifles… Read Full Review