A nice change for at home! Anyone who wants to spice up their shooting range and is looking for an exciting target can consider buying Bada Bang Target. Especially shooters who shoot with an air gun as well as an airsoft gun will benefit from the target. Because there are not too many targets that can be used by both. It is very sturdily built, and I had no problems with the target or the software during my tests.
I filmed the review of Weihrauch HW 44 many weeks ago and took a closer look at it. The post and video were very well received by readers and viewers. I promised back then that if you were interested, I would make a second video. Today is the day!
Ok, I admit the setup is more than unusual! My point today was not to recreate realistic 10-meter precision shooting, since I’m not really good in that. I wanted to get the maximum precision out of the pistol with the equipment I had available.
The model presented today is a classic break-barrel air pistol with a ball lock. This is a proven system that enjoys great popularity. You hold the HW70 by the grip and push the barrel down at the front until it locks into place. Then you load a caliber .177 (4.5 mm) pellet into the barrel and close it.
There are two different versions of the air pistol. I’m testing Weihrauch HW70 Black Arrow today. It doesn’t have open sights and needs to be shot with a scope. You can choose between a pistol scope or a reflex sight, for example. In addition, the pistol has a muzzle brake at the barrel end.
The Diana Chaser air pistol is available at an absolute bargain price of under 100 euros. Very often, I test high-priced air pistols and air rifles. Now I wanted to know if Chaser can impress me considering the low price. If so, this would be a real recommendation for any plinker and newcomer to the air pistol shooting hobby.
Good precision, 50-60 shots per cartridge, low price. These three aspects aren’t the only reasons to recommend Diana Chaser to beginners. Also, the possibility of attaching accessories such as a silencer, shoulder stock or rifle barrel give the shooter a lot of freedom to have fun with the pistol.
A lower recoil compared to a spring-piston air pistol and easy cocking thanks to the clip-on cocking aid are certainly the major advantages of this air pistol. In addition, it is pretty quiet and therefore suitable for attics and basements. The air pistol draws its power from the “Nitro Piston” which gives the name the abbreviation “NP”. This means that no spring is being tensioned while cocking, but rather the nitrogen, which is located in the piston, is being compressed.