The RWS 350 Feuerkraft is also known as the 350 Magnum Classic. It uses the same 350 Magnum Diana Break Barrel System to achieve 1250 fps in .177 and 1000 fps in .22. The RWS Feuerkraft Rifle is maximum power combined with a straight classic wood stock with an extended forend. It's ambidextrous so both left- and right-handers can shoot pellets with the power and quality only achieved by RWS. The 350 Feuerkraft is available in either .177 or .22 and with or without a 4x32 air gun scope and RWS Lock Down Mount.
Most powerful RWS break barrel model
"Classic" straight stock
Model: RWS 350 Feuerkraft
Velocity: 1250 FPS
Ammo Type: Pellet and Lead Ball
Body Components: Wood Stock with Metal Barrel, Receiver and Cocking Arm.
Overall Length: 48.38"
Barrel Length: 19.63"
Barrel Style: Rifled
Fire Mode: Single Shot
Cocking Effort: 33 lbs
Trigger Pull: 3.3 lbs
Trigger Adjust: Two Stage Adjustable
Action: Break Barrel
Power plant: Spring Pneumatic
Gun Weight: 8.0 lbs
Front Sight: Fiber Optic
Rear Sight: Fiber Optic - Adjustable for Windage and Elevation
Warranty: Limited Life Time
Country of Origin: Germany
RWS 350 Feuerkraft .177 Caliber Air Rifle
- Caliber0.177 cal
- Velocity1250 fps
- Ammo TypePellets
- Barrel StyleFixed Barrel
- MechanismSpring piston
- UseSmall Game Hunting / Target Shooting
- WarrantyLimited Lifetime
I would recommend this item to a friend.
Very nice gun
July 25, 2013
This is a very nice well made gun and I like mine a lot. Quality wise I'd say it's right between the true German made like Weihrauch, and a Chinese Crosman/Benjamin. The wood, bluing, internals, trigger, accuracy etc all about the middle of those two, and so is the price so you're getting what you pay for. But it is a magnum class gun so the price isn't so bad there, and it's very easy to cock, in fact it's the easiest magnum I know at 32lbs. That's my measurement with a real pull scale, not some mfg claim or bathroom estimate. The gun is long like a mag, but it's not bulky like one, it's the only mag I know of like that. So it feels like a standard size gun, maybe even a bit thinner like a firearm, just longer which you hardly notice. The light cocking effort also feels more like a standard gun, so if you want magnum power but not the negative aspects of one, then this is the gun for you. Mine makes about 23ftlbs power which pushes the limit in .177 so you might consider .22 instead. For example mine does 984 with a heavy 10.5gr Kodiak/Barracuda pellet, and 1118 with a 8.3fr RWS round nose. So basically you need to shoot 10gr or heavier to get descent performance out if it. JSB makes a great 10.3 and a 13.4gr pellets which I highly recommend for this gun. I got 1392fps with Gamo 5.15gr alloy in case anyone was wondering about that, so if it were a Crosman, Gamo, or any of those other mfg's it would be a 1400fps gun. Mine has the T05 trigger which is great and does not need a trigger job like many other guns do. I don't know how different a T06 is, but I can't imagine needing it or it being a whole lot better. I do wish the barrel was choked, but few mfg's do that.
Pros:Nice quality and looks compared to most airguns. Wood is real nice, and bluing is deeper. Looks better than the regular 350 imo because I don't care for the 350 stamped in the side (which imo looks cheap) or that everyone has a regular 350, it's nice to have something less mainstream. However I do wish it had the Monte Carlo cheek piece. Feels and cocks like a standard powered gun, but it's a magnum. You can buy a spring or spring kit to bump power if you want which a nice option, especially for the .22 version. Few guns have the option to do that...
Cons:Wish it was 100% German made. I'm not sure what percent of the gun is chinese, maybe 100, but it shows. I actually had to take the gun apart and reassemble it correctly just to shoot it. There is permanent damage to the bluing and wood as a result. How it happened and where was QA I don't know. It's minor damage but if I had not fixed it the damage would've become worse. A new gun should not be like that, and certainly one that claims "Made in Germany". I don't care for the scope rail which is separate and imo makes it look cheap, I much prefer a machined in dovetail. I assume this was to cut costs, but I'd rather pay the difference. At least it was a dove and not a big bulky Weaver/Picatinny. I know those are popular but I don't see a need and much prefer the lower profile dove.
feuerkraft 350 rws .177
August 22, 2011
IF YOU WERE TO BUY JUST ONE PELLET RIFLE DO NOT HESITATE AND GO FOR THE FEUERKRAFT .177 ITS THE WINCHESTER MODEL 70 OF THE PELLET RIFLES. ITS SUPER POWERFULL & HAS VERY GOOD ACCURACY. THE WOODWORK IS SUPERIOR. THE GRIP AND HOLD OF THE RIFLE & ITS BALANCE WILL MAKE IT HARD TO RESIST WHEN SELECTING A RIFLE FOR PURE FUN. THE VELOCITY IS NOT HYPE AND SO FOR THE PUNCH. ITS A PELLET RIFLE MADE LIKE THEY WERE IN THE PAST,FINE WORKMANSHIP, PITY ITS NOT MADE IN THE USA . GOOD BUY