Here you will find a comprehensive overview of all air rifles and air pistols that I have tested for you so far. I’ve rated them based on precision, material, workmanship as well as handling. You can see how much the air guns and air pistols cost and find a list of advantages and disadvantages. In the course of time, this overview will of course continue to grow. I’ve sorted the air rifles and air pistols alphabetically. Just scroll down to your favorite brand and see if you can find the model you are looking for.
Diana XR200 is finally here!
We had to wait a long time for the gap, left by Diana P1000 Evo2, to be filled again. The high-quality pneumatic air rifle from Diana was sold for the last time in early / mid 2021. Since then, we have been waiting for a pneumatic air rifle “Made in Germany” from Diana for a long time. Dozens of times I was asked if I already knew when the successor would finally be available.
However, the fact that Diana XR200 isn’t the direct successor to Diana P1000 Evo2 is already evident from its looks and all the data that is already available. XR200 is a completely new concept that I would like to introduce to you today.
Diana 30 Neo is here! It’s finally available!
Fair fans had to wait decades for the successor to the legendary Diana 30. A rifle that has always delighted fans of shooting galleries and continues to do so to this day. But now there is a successor to the aging rifle. By “aging” I don’t mean that the technology of the rifles was or is bad. Rather the fact that the rifles have been subjected to the hard continuous use of fairgoers for decades.
In 2018, the Oktoberfest rifle from Diana was launched. Of course, I made a video about it. However, as the price suggests, this is a rifle for private and not commercial use.
Now Diana has released 30 Neo and I have tested it for you!
If you’ve been looking up extremely high-quality air rifles on the recreational market over the past few years, eventually you’ve come across Steyr ProX. I’ve reviewed the one in caliber .177 (4.5mm) a while ago. That was a rifle and video shoot that I can still remember today. A rifle that brings a big smile to a gun tester’s face and this smile only disappears when the magazine is empty.
Steyr Sport has now launched the new ProX in caliber .22 (5.5mm) with 7.5 joules on the German market! I’ve reviewed the rifle for you!
Today I’ll show you Weihrauch HW 110 T. Together we will look at the advantages, the specifications, and the precision of this air rifle “Made in Germany”.
Weihrauch HW 110 T is a pre-charged air rifle which can be operated with a maximum cartridge pressure of 200 bar. An integrated regulator adjusts the power down to 7.5 joules and ensures that the shots from the 10-round drum magazine are always fired with almost the same power.
Of course, there is also a trigger test and a chrono test in my review video. I put the air rifle through its paces and made a recommendation at the end as to who it’s suitable for.
I did a review of Weihrauch HW35 6 years ago. I have been approached several times just in the last few years to have another look at this rifle. The review is too old and the extent of the test no longer corresponds to today’s extent. There is simply far too much information missing about the air rifle Made in Germany, which has been sold hundreds of thousands of times.
Since it’s one of my absolute favorite models, I was of course happy to review this rifle again and wrote this post and a new video.
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