Diana 48 has been on the market for many years. Now I got one to take a closer look at it. How precise is the rifle? How handy is the side cocking system and how is it compared to Diana’s other sidelever rifles? After all, Diana 48 doesn’t have a recoil system like Diana 54 AirKing Pro!
I’ll answer all these and many more questions in this exciting test!
A rifle Made in Germany! How will it perform? How precise is it? I’ll answer these and other questions in this post and in the accompanying video.
Yes, dear shooters, here we have a full-fledged break-barrel rifle “Made in Germany”. 350 Magnum is from Diana’s “Performance Line”. The quality, the looks and the technology were absolutely convincing in my test. The system is beautifully burnished and the rifle performed well. All shooters looking for a high-quality rifle that will last forever should take a closer look at the 350. To Diana fans, I can only advise: Buy it, people! You won’t be disappointed!
Today I present you the Weihrauch HW77 K Special Edition! A special model of the well-known Weihrauch HW77. We will look at what makes the rifle special but will also talk about the rifle in general. After all, this is one of the most popular air rifles in Germany.
As with all Weihrauch air rifles, HW77 K Special Edition is extremely fun to shoot! Since I’ve already done a review of HW77, I don’t have to prove anything in terms of precision. That’s why I shoot HW77 today with open sights, i.e., via rear sight and front sight. That the model is beyond reproach is shown by the fact alone that this rifle and its sister model Weihrauch HW97 are used by many competitors.
I took my first shots using the mounted rear and front sights. That’s when it showed again. I’m just not good at pistol shooting via open sights. So, I grabbed a reflex sight which made it much better right away. The advantage of the reflex sight is: once you have set it, you only have to focus on the red dot in the display. If it aims exactly on the target, the air pistol hits exactly there. And from then on, Diana p-five proved what it was capable of. The results were getting better and better!
For 69 euros you get a whole lot of shooting fun here! Anyone who hasn’t yet ventured into air pistol shooting and also doesn’t want to spend a lot of money can certainly purchase it without hesitation! The p-five isn’t just for plinking cans. You can make your first steps in pistol shooting here.
Once again, I managed to get an air rifle that I haven’t held or shot before. Today I have a Weihrauch HW85 for you. I found only a few articles on the Internet and practically no German-language videos on YouTube. I guess HW85 hasn’t made a big appearance on the shooters’ and gun reviewers’ radar yet. It’s time to change that! You will certainly confirm that it’s worth taking a closer look at it after reading this review.
The shooting performance of Weihrauch HW85 is outstandingly good. The rifle feels great when holding it in a shooting position and the recoil is extremely low. Lower than, for example, Weihrauch HW35. HW85 also isn’t sensitive when it comes to holding it. The artillery hold worked out great for me. I immediately felt comfortable with it and was able to get a better result than with Weihrauch HW95 or HW98, for example.
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