I have already done a review of Diana Airbug a few weeks ago. I promised you that I would do another separate video in which I test out the precision of Diana Airbug. And now the time has come…
Setup of Diana Airbug
Today I’m using a slightly different setup than in the review. This time I mounted a Hawke reflex sight to make aiming a little easier. To be exact, I mounted a Hawke 3MOA reflex sight. You can see even the smallest targets at 10m through the fine red dot in the sight without blocking them out. This is much more difficult with a 5 MOA, I think. If you ever need advice on Hawke products, just get in touch with me. I know these quite well by now due to years of testing. And I can also get them for you at reasonable prices.
Today I’m using my AirGhandi’s Finest. Whenever I shoot with more than 1.8 or 2.9 ft lb (3.5 or 4 joules), I use the Finest. They really work universally well in almost all of my guns. If you shoot with less, take AirGhandi’s Training Master.
I’m shooting with the single-shot adapter again in this video. It may be coincidence, but I think I shoot more accurately than when I use the drum magazine. To be honest, I also enjoy loading the single-shot adapter and the short concentration time. Then I always think about the last shot and the next pellet I’m going to shoot. If I have a magazine, I just keep repeating and shooting. I think each of you will handle this differently, but just think about how you do it.
My conclusion of today’s video
So, for me it’s clear that Diana Airbug is a whole lot of fun. Okay, this time the pistol was resting on my gun bag, but I wanted to show you what is theoretically possible with this pistol.
Someday I’ll have to practice pistol shooting for a few weeks so I can hit something while standing. However, I simply don’t have the time at the moment. I’m not going to complain, but by having so many dreams for the website that I still want to realize, it just pushes other topics further back. But I don’t think it’s a bad thing either since there’s absolutely no time pressure at all.
But now I’m curious! Which one of you is good at pistol shooting? Or are you also more experienced in air rifle shooting?
What is your favorite gun?
I’m looking forward to your comments.
But for now, enjoy the video:
Thanks for reading and have a great week!