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Diana Chaser Rifle Kit

Available in .177, .22, Kit includes Chaser Pistol, Butt Stock, and Silenced Rifle Barrel
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  • Code: AGD-46139001 · $129.99 · .177 · 642 fps
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The Diana Chaser Rifle Kit is the best of both the pistol and rifle world! This CO2 airgun was designed for spending all day plinking outside or if the weather prevents that, it makes a great indoor plinker as well. Powered by a 12 gram CO2 cartridge, the Chaser is capable of 500 to 560 fps, depending on the caliber. The indexing magazines will hold 9 (.177) and 7 (.22) rounds, making this an ideal multi-shot repeater pistol. The pistol grip opens up to hold a spare CO2 cartridge. There is a fixed front sight blade and adjustable rear sight with an 11mm accessory rail for a red dot sight or pistol scope. The moderated 17.7” rifle barrel will give you about 35 more feet per second over the pistol. If you’re looking for something fun and effective, look no further than the Diana chaser.

Diana Chaser CO2 Air Rifle Kit

  • CO2
  • Bolt-Action
  • Includes Single-Shot Tray
  • Fixed Front Sight
  • Adjustable Rear Sight
  • 11mm Dovetail
  • 2-Stage Trigger, Adjustable take-up
  • Spare CO2 capsule can be stored in grip
  • Small Weaver accessory mount on underside of barrel band
  • Kit includes Chaser Pistol, Butt Stock, and Silenced Rifle Barrel
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  • ManufacturerDiana
  • Caliber.177
  • Velocity642 fps
  • ConditionNew
  • Ammo TypePellets
  • ActionBolt-action
  • Barrel StyleRifled
  • Fire ModeRepeater
  • Gun Weight3.10
  • Overall Length38.40
  • Barrel Length17.70
  • Loudness3-Medium
  • Magazine Capacity0
  • MechanismCO2
  • Rail11mm dovetail
  • SafetyManual
  • Front SightsBlade
  • Rear SightsAdjustable for windage & elevation
  • Shots per Fill50
  • Trigger AdjustabilityTwo-stage, adjustable take-up
  • Trigger Action0
  • UseSmall game hunting/plinking
  • Warranty1-year limited warranty
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By DerrickUSAApril 28, 2020 Verified Purchase

Great little backpack gun! The thing is so quiet you can't hardly tell when it's running out of air I don't know if that's a good thing or bad thing that it's something??

Comes with a customized case Can be a rifle or a pistol Super quiet suppressor Excellent shot count Extra CO2 storage A decent trigger lightweight Oh yeah it's accurate

I wish the magazine/shot tray was more secure I know they're held in by magnets and the bolt but I'd like a tighter fit.

By davidJanuary 13, 2020 Verified Purchase

i think the build quality and fit and finish are really good. i was bummed that the front sight on the rifle barrel was canted a few degrees to the left when the barrel was mounted to the breech and no way of righting it easily. i didn't want to redrill the centering hole and as i was going to use some sort of scope or red dot i just ground and filed the front sight off. the suppressor is adhered to the rifle barrel with red loctite that requires heat of atleast 150f to soften. you can put the entire rifle barrel in the oven at 160f-180f for an hour to soften the loctite and then while the barrel is still warm clamp between some soft wood blocks in a bench vise and simply unscrew the suppressor. you can now use the suppressor for the pistol barrel if you like.

really nice for and finish and build quality. super quiet with the suppressor. really accurate and easily hiring and going through aluminum cans at 50yds.

only the canted front sight.

By davidJanuary 5, 2020 Verified Purchase

if anyone is interested in removing the silencer from the rifle barrel in order to use it on the pistol barrel please read on. instructions: 1) carefully remove 2 o-rings from barrel tang end that goes into breech. 2) carefully remove o-ring that sits in end of barrel tang that goes into breech. 3) heat oven to 150f-180f and put entire rifle barrel in oven for 1hr. 4) carefully remove hot barrel from oven and clamp barrel between soft wood blocks in vise. 5) grab silencer with something grippy. i wrapped an old bicycle inner tube around the silencer. with silencer wrapped in something grippy just start unscrewing it from barrel and it should come off easily without needing to use any tools. 6) use stiff wire brush and or some type of solvent to clean rifle barrel silencer threads and screw on the thread protector cap that was on the pistol barrel and screw the silencer onto the pistol barrel and enjoy quiet shooting. the silencer is adhered to the barrel with something like red loctite that needs to be heated to somewhere between 150f-180f before it will become soft enough to lose its locking ability. anyone know how to remove the plastic front sight?

By DavidUSADecember 31, 2019 Verified Purchase

nice little gun

silencer works well


By FrankApril 21, 2019 Verified Purchase

Thrilled with my air rifle. A suggestion however...I tried using non lead pellets...some of them broke apart in the barrel and lodged themselves in the silencer. I disassembled and cleaned out as best I could but from now on I'm using the solid lead Crosman pellets (or equivalent).

By MichaelUSAApril 6, 2019 Verified Purchase

Very nice kit. Very accurate. Clip works well once you get use to using it. Silencer works grate. Get a ocsistant 40 + shots per co2. This a fun gun for me but not for little critters. Well worth the cost. One hole groups @ 20 yards ( no wind ).

Little hard to get off silencer off. Rap some rubber around barrel for better grip.


By JoeUSAJanuary 28, 2019 Verified Purchase

I picked this one up int .22. Bot the pistol and rifle variations are extremely accurate. I have been switching from them both. As a rifle he silencer is extremely quite

easy to convert. accurate as a rifle almost silent.

You can't put the silencer on the pistol

By ChrisNovember 5, 2018

Already have one of these in .22 cal so I knew what to expect, but it seems like this one is quieter, if that's even possible! Wish there was a little more punch, but that's ok, it will still hit the target very well. If you are trying to keep rodents out of your yard, your neighbors will not have a clue unless they see you! These things are absolutely quiet as can possibly be and weigh absolutely nothing,that's why I say they are a lot of fun and accurate at close range. Looking forward to some squirrel or rabbit hunting in the timber. I could carry this thing around all day as it weighs barely more than a big box of Kleenex!

Super lightweight, very accurate at closer ranges, ridiculously quiet.

Dual cartridge capability would be nice.

By Gregory PUSANovember 4, 2018

When in the rifle/carbine configuration this airgun is at its best. It is light, accurate and fun to shoot. In the pistol mode it is still light and accurate, but the grip is so poorly designed that it is very unpleasant to handle and point. When configured as a carbine the butt stock attachment is rather flimsy, but since I had already determined the pistol mode was not going to something I would use I added a screw to the butt stock to increase its rigidity and it is now quite satisfactory. I use the optional 7 round magazine and have had no trouble with it. All in all I am quite satisfied with the gun as a carbine. As a pistol, it's no match for Crosman's 2240.

By JOctober 15, 2018

For $119.00 im just going to tell you to get one. Super accurate, well made little gun.

lightweight, accurate, modular (aftermarket parts will show up soon) great design/styling

rifle stock is very short, bolt action while cocking is notchy and trigger pull is a little heavy and rough, after some internal polishing mine was smooth.. otherwise none.

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Where can I find the complete specs on the .22 cal rifle kit? I didn't find anything about the indexing mag or where to get it.

asked James from USA

did you receive a indexing mag. with your kit ??

asked larry from USA

No. Magazines are additional.

Mark from USA

What caliber is best for grouse and squirrel hunting

asked Dick from USA

22 cal.

Mark from USA

Does the order include a magazine and does it include a case?

asked Ryan

Does this shoot darts?

asked Scott from USA

I'm looking at getting the 22 cal version what's the best distance you get out of it?

asked Dcott

Is this a magazine based gun?

asked scott merlo

Can unscrew the silencer on the rifle barrel and screw it on the pistol barrel?

asked Erwin from Guam

If I bought both .177 and .22 could I interchange the barrels

asked Justin from USA

Photos show left handed bolt action. Is it reversible? Also, is a multi shot clip included?

asked KBF

Does this come with a carry case.

asked Alan from USA

Is it possible to mount a scope? If not, how accurate is the targeting of this gun?

asked Yuri

Anyone know where to get the indexing magazine? I ordered this rifle kit and it only came with the single shot setup. I looked on the website, but couldn't find one. Thanks

asked Jordon

What is a good scope and mount for the rifle configuration?

asked Kent from USA

What is a good. Heap scope for this gun?

asked John

What is a recommended scope for this rifle?

asked Len

For those who have both the .177 and .22, how do they compare in velocity and sound?

asked Lon from USA

I have the 0.17 pistol. It possible to buy the rifle conversion separately?

asked R. De Hon

I see no magazine online for this gun,a little help on this would be grateful.

asked Robert from USA


asked ravenshaw

Can the bolt be switched over to the other side for a lefty shooter?

asked Bill

glenn61 how can you rate it when you haven't picked the "still not available " gun up?

asked JEFF from USA

Does this gun come with the indexing magazine or do you have to purchase it separately?

asked Peter P.E. Malmquist

GLENN61. THEY'RE NOT available yet so how do you know?

asked JEFF from USA

How many shots per co2 cyclinder

asked gene from USA

Is the moderator removable? It looks like the pistol barrel has a thread protector

asked Jon from USA

Does this come with the magazines?

asked Jon from USA

how hard would it be to convert this to a constant air system with a larger co2 bottle i.e. paintball marker system.

asked Phil G.
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