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General Category => Break Barrel, Pumper and Springer Airguns => Topic started by: steveoh on May 22, 2020, 09:39:17 AM

Title: If I were to sell my RWS DIANA 350 MAGNUM FEUERKRAFT COMPACT PRO
Post by: steveoh on May 22, 2020, 09:39:17 AM
If I were to put up for sale my RWS DIANA 350 MAGNUM FEUERKRAFT COMPACT PRO in .22, any idea what a reasonable asking price would be? The rifle has very little use, and I might have a tin of pellets I've shot through it over the years. The original scope is I believe a victim of the violent nature of this magnum springer. Rifle is in perfect condition except for one hardly noticeable ding on the stock.
Title: Re: If I were to sell my RWS DIANA 350 MAGNUM FEUERKRAFT COMPACT PRO
Post by: steveoh on May 23, 2020, 05:15:50 PM
Changed my mind. And tightening up the scope mount seems to have fixed things.

Lordy this thing kicks like a mule and is loud for a measly springer.

Target at 12 meters. Until shot five it was all 4 in one pellet sized hole. I think my flinch came back.
Title: Re: If I were to sell my RWS DIANA 350 MAGNUM FEUERKRAFT COMPACT PRO
Post by: Steelhead on May 23, 2020, 05:45:10 PM
That's still really good. We get spoiled with PCP ease and accuracy. Break barrels, much like single shot shotguns, make you earn your shots. You just random throw pellets around.

When I was in my early twenties I sold my Remington 1100 and went back to the Sears & Roebuck single shot that I bought in the seventh grade. At least I hit what I shot at.