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Written on: 05/11/2013
I am using Diana 34 Classic To6 and its a very powerfull airgun when i bought this gun I thought I would be a normal gun but when I start shooting I was surpriced with its excellent performance. All thing are in row The Penetration, Accuracy, FPS. I Shot six bird and missed a single time all were far 30 yard and I coul not found pellets form hunted birds. Best Gun for Hunting… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/05/2013 by ampmaestro (19 reviews written)
I realized as soon as I picked up the Model 34 that it was quite light and very easy to bring up and hold to an aim. The build quality of the metalwork is A-one and the wooden stock is also well made and finished. Diana deserves full marks for the M34, it really is a beautiful unit. Cocking is reasonably easy, much the same as any other 1000fps rated air rifle. Recoil is also inline with others similarly powered. If you mount a scope, be sure to use a good quality one with a good one piece… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/01/2011 by namkhau (1 review written)
i thought this gun is so great, i decide to get one from airgundepot, i bought the new one, but when i received it, i can tell it is used, then i zeroing the scope, the accuracy is 5-6" about 25 yards, i thought something wrong with my eyes, then i clamp the gun in a vice, still the same, im very disappointed… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/10/2010 by ADFRU (1 review written)
Diana 34 classic compact
+ good looking gun in comparison with some other brake-barrel rifles;
+ excellent finish of an external surfaces;
+ T-06 trigger.
- Internal quality issues (see for details below);
- Hard to cock with a short barrel (~40cm);
- Iron sights are teerible: front shight made of plastic (fortunately I not using them).
* trigger guard is made of plastic;
* rubber buttplate;
* scope rail is 11mm wide;
* back cover of the reciever… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/07/2010 by AirgunAddict (10 reviews written)
Overall the main work horse of the RWS line. Great rifle, I have over 20,000 shots through mine. Typical springer and it isn't pretty, but is a very rugged heavy hitting rifle and well-worth the money.
Like all spring actions, has some of the typical draw backs, but tough to beat for the price… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/05/2010
This is a really good airgun. Groups well, has great iron sights, and a great scope rail. The wood seems high quality and it is very reliable. My only complaints are that it has a plastic trigger (although its action is clean and adjustable) and no rubber buttpad, which makes it kind of hard to prop up. Also, it is kind of heavy, but it helps with aim stability and feels very solid. The RWS Model 34 is a powerful and accurate high-quality gun… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/03/2010 by skinose (1 review written)
I bought this model 34 three years ago. Didn't use it that much. It felt, good, it looked good and I spent the extra dollars because I thought it was a quality weapon. Then I started missing targets. So I would sight it in. This had to be repeated several times. When it was on it was on and when it was off I could not shoot a squirrel off the end of my car hood. Put the gun up and forgot about it. Took it out a month ago with every intention of fixing it. I took it to three gunsmiths and… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/02/2010
RWS 34 DIANA. i have the 22 version and its the only air rifle ive ever owned and dont need another one.awesome fun picking off targets sat on the riverbanks! strong build of quality,accurate,reliable,powerful! with a golden antler scope mounted ive seen my friend (not me unfortunately) hit a goal post from around the length of a football pitch away,maybe further if anything! i know it hit hard too because of the sound of the ricochet!! i got told it was a good make back then,i didnt realise… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/10/2009
good strong no problems bad in aiming cows it is painted and dos not have a steady grip will slip from the center of the target
it certainly needs something to the hand positions for better grabbing to be a 5 out of 5… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/07/2009
RWS 34 Diana is a great gun. I have the .22 and am very happy with it. It is very accurate and seems to be powerful enough. It has a great feel and is very well made… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/04/2009
The RWS 34 Diana is a great shooting rifle. I have an aftermarket spring kit and brake installed… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/04/2009
RWS 34 Diana has good power, accuracy and "feel". I think this airgun will last a long time… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/09/2008 by HansJurgen (1 review written)
I've made fantastic shots with my RWS 34 Diana, and that is what fun is all about; MEMORIES!!! I used to shoot flys off a measured 10 yard shed wall. I would have my neighbor come over use my 10x50 binoculars as my spotters. We had great times, thats what fun shared is! I had a bottle in a tree at 167 paces and broke the bottle body and the top of the bottle droped down on the remaing bottom half of the bottle. I the shot the bottle cap off of the remaining bottle top. I paced the… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/09/2008 by terry faglier (1 review written)
Love the gun, accuracy is great, trigger pull is great, always hits its target. Have shot plenty of good quality pellets through it with great accuracy for about 12 great years, and getting ready to buy another one… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/06/2008 by Ralphy249 (1 review written)
This Airgun i s amazing super accurate powerful and perfect for small to medium game. The only flaw is that it can be inaccurate with the scope… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/05/2008 by Freethinker (1 review written)
I have been shooting airguns since my teenage years. I owed many airguns over the years.
I recommend this break barrel airgun to the shooter who wants power . Hunting small varmints can be done humanly with the 34.
For my taste, it is better to have it scoped .Find a scope that can absorb a rather strong recoil… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/04/2008
Plain finish on stock, the RWS 34 Diana air rifle is a good all round rifle. I found that the screws have a tendency to loosen but the rifle is very easy to cock and aim. Its also quite powerful… Read Full Review
Written on: 21/02/2008 by James Butler (18 reviews written)
Bought my Diana P34 from Pyramid Air 10-22-07. First mag.
German air gun I've bought. Not sure why I waited so long to
make the purchase but I'am glad I did. I can see why this
rifle is well received. At less than $ 200.00 delivered for German
quality you can't go wrong.
I own 5 air rifles. Three of them mags. This rifle is not the most
expensive but it is one of my favorites. If it wasn't so heavy it
would probably hit closer to the top of my collection.
Shooting this rifle… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/01/2008 by RWS34shooter (1 review written)
Out of the box to the field for sighting in was not too hard. I bought the optional model with the RWS350 scope which is okay. I replaced the scope with a CenterPoint A/O 3-9-50 with red/green reticle. This scope is a added plus but having a hard time sighting in for a overall zero for a gammet of different loads.
The gun however like most springers was hard to cock at first but gets easier with time.
Not really much breaking in this rifle because it comes to you basically ready for… Read Full Review
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