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.
Trailscout is an affordable rifle to have fun with. Especially the trigger contributes significantly to the good shooting result. The CO2 rifle is light and handy. Diana Trailscout pierces simultaneously three 12-gram CO2 capsules. This provides an output of about 100 – 110 shots. A nice feature of Diana Trailscout is that you can adjust the piercer to match the capsule’s length. These have often different sizes. Therefore, 12-gram CO2 capsules from different manufacturers can also be used.
The EMS in the name stands for Easy Modular System and is based on the Diana 34 air rifle which is very well known worldwide. Especially for indecisive shooters, Diana 34 EMS is a blessing. If you’re new to air rifles or just can’t decide which configuration of air rifle you like best, the new edition of Diana 34 is the right choice. The rifle shoots really well. To me, it is a new player in the high-end amateur air rifle class.
The small Diana is a spring-piston / break-barrel air rifle. It will especially be interesting for beginners and budget-conscious shooters. I think there are many air rifle shooters who shoot the rifle without a scope using only the open sights. For about 120 euros, you get a rifle that is suitable to start with this hobby. The beech stock allows both left- and right-handed shooters to comfortably operate and shoot the rifle. The energy of about 4 ft lb (5.5 joules) is enough to safely shoot at shorter and mid-range distances in the basement or attic without fear of causing too much damage.
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. 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. So, for me it’s clear that Diana Airbug is a whole lot of fun.