Note: The front sight is the Chaser front sight with m10x1 threads at the end and a thread cap, not the muzzle brake shown in the picture.
- 22-cal. Diana Chaser CO2 pistol with Bandit/PP800 Wood Grip – Basically Identical to the Diana Airbug.
- 7-shot rotary magazine
- Single-shot tray
- Comes in PP800R box with Foam cutout
- Owner’s manual
|Max Velocity||460 fps|
|Muzzle Energy||6.6 ft/lbs|
In the .22cal . Wow , what a great shooter!! Thank You WES . Man it drives them on top of each other at all my ranges 7 , 11 , and 15 yards. Nice little power band too. Soft up , soft down. Must be your tune job ... amazing as always. Cycling the magazine is satisfying and sure. The trigger is better than I thought, Crisp. The beautiful grip will fit anyone. Nice wood Wes , you are most appreciated Sir.
Great pistol .easy to shoot . Accurate. Love it Ted
This is a lefty gun. The bolt and writing are on the left side. The writing is annoying, it defaces the gun. I didn't notice it from the pictures. On some other site a customer review says there's no safety. What was he talking about? There is definitely a safety. It's on the trigger. I don't see how the magazine clip could work. (And yes it's 'clip', to distinguish it from magazine store or room, and from loading clip.) I haven't shot it yet because I don't yet have a CO2 cartridge (it's late). With these guns you have to be careful because the CO2 cartridge can get stuck in the tube so you have to put oil in it, and you have to be careful with the screw cap because it can get stuck too, so if it does you have to put oil or grease on it and then use a rubber band to turn the screw cap. Another con is that it's fairly expensive. But it's a beautiful gun. The wood is great. It's the 1st gun I have that has wood on it. And the fingered grip is great, too. It's longer than my Crosman 2240, so it would be more accurate. And it's not heavier, at least not noticably so, so it's fairly light. And it comes in a very handy bag instead of a case or box, which has a zipper compartment.
Actually the bolt on the left for a pistol makes it a righty because that allows you to keep aiming as you cock the gun with your left hand. But everyone has their own preferences. I have right side breeches with no writing if you prefer, though they don't have the holes for a rear sight so you'd need a red dot.