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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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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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Specs
  • 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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Reviews
Average Customer Review
4.7
4.532 Reviews
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5.0
By MarkOctober 15, 2021

This is a no brainer entry level CO2 combo rifle, with little or no mods necessary.

Pros
This is my second air gun. My first was the Crosman 1377 with which I enjoyed adding Mods which more than doubled the cost. Then I got the Diana in .177 and that has proved to be far superior in fit, finish and performance to the 1377 even after the mods. I should have gotten the Diana initially. It has the steel breach, adjustable trigger, magazine, barrel band with picatinny, 11 mm dovetailand threaded barrel. This would all be upgrades for the crosman if available. Accuracy is great with a cheap red dot. Buck-Rail sells a $25 suppressor for the pistol barrel, so you don't have to remove the one on the rifle barrel. Very satisfied. The single shot tray is far easier to load than the 1377. I like the extended left side bolt as i can lay the gun on its side without banging the red dot.

Cons
I removed the toggle screw from the buttplate as it was distracting. Replaced with a 6x16mm SS socket cap which can be removed by hand. (95 cent Mod). The buttplate is not tall enough; digs into shoulder. I am looking for a slip over extender

5.0
By GeraldUSAOctober 8, 2021 Verified Purchase

For the price point, the diana chaser kit is a great package and a better deal than expected!

Pros
Build quality is excellent for the price and the kit stock just adds icing on the cake. Fitted with the long barrel you have a capable carbine up to 30-35 yds.

Cons
Nice moderator but its loctited on the long barrell, moderator screws off with some elbow grease and the threaded nozzle can be held in boiling water for 5 min. And twist off counterclockwise and it will come off without putting anything on the barrell that will scratch it.

5.0
By LeeUSAOctober 7, 2021 Verified Purchase

Pros
Lightweight, super quiet, shot the bullseye right out of the target. (At short range admittedly; I'm by means a great shot yet.) I love the "Mr. Bond" styling. An easy to use and fun carbine. The bolt action has a good feel. Sights are easy to sell and clean to see. I'm very happy with this gun by any metric, but it is outstanding for the price.

Cons
Since the buttstock needs to be a little high to use comfortably, I wish it was rounded on the bottom.

5.0
By jimSeptember 21, 2021 Verified Purchase

Pretty sweet rig with it

Pros
Nice setup

Cons
Access to buy parts easier not over priced for owners

5.0
By DaveyUSAAugust 25, 2021 Verified Purchase

Pros
This is the first airgun I’ve bought that shot perfectly right out of the box. I am impressed. Love the left side bolt being left handed easy to load co2 as well as pellets. I shot it a lot. Very Nice airgun considering buying another

Cons
Dosen’t come with the magazine. Have to buy it separately.

5.0
By TOMJune 16, 2021 Verified Purchase

I set my 177 cal Chaser up with the rifle barrel and shoulder stock, left the barrel band sight off. This rifle loves the cheap Daisy flat nose pellets! This is my 3rd Diana airgun and are incredibly accurate and a great deal IMO. The silencer works awesome. Wish I could find them as an accessory for my other 3 airguns.

Pros
Super Accurate!

Cons
Nothing

5.0
By ChristopherUSAMay 5, 2021 Verified Purchase

Get the optional ten shot rotary magazine it's worth the extra cost. And if you do get the 11mm scope stand offs so teh magazine will fit under your scope/red dot.

Pros
Great pellet rifle. I have the ,177 cal version and run the pistol barrel as a carbine with the moderator for starling control. I had so many marauding starlings at my bird feeders they chased all the "good" birds away. That is until my Diana Chaser pellet gun arrived. The rifle is very accurate and with a red dot sight target acquisition is fast. Let's say my startling problem has been reduced by 98% these past two months and I couldn't be happier.

Cons
The moderator being glued to the rifle barrel.

5.0
By NickApril 4, 2021 Verified Purchase

Excellent fully machined silencer, thread covers, rifle and pistol configuration and nail driving performance, with hardly a whisper.

Pros
Very consistent, and quiet in rifle configuration with silencer. Trigger is excellent. Change over from pistol to rifle was simple and straight forward, but don't miss the gray O ring. Bought second rifle kit so the grand kids can compete. Not disappointed, silencer works great and makes it a great deal. Youre FAQ gave great advice to perfect these guns.

Cons
Front sight was canted about three degrees on both guns, was easily fixed but needed to heat barrel to loosen thread lock glue, (and to make silencer removable)

4.0
By davidUSAFebruary 5, 2021 Verified Purchase

Worth the money and it packs a decent punch with around 35 - 40 strong shots per cartridge.

Pros
Light, quiet, and accurate.

Cons
Includes single shot tray while the description tells you there are 7 and 9 shot clips for it but you have to order them separately with no link to do that.

3.0
By Jack USAJanuary 9, 2021 Verified Purchase

Sig replica is close in power and didn't break on me 3rd shot.

Pros
Pretty powerful co2 powered .177 Was dead silent with suppressor.

Cons
crossman super point got jammed up in the suppressor 3rd shot, destroyed suppressor. Wish it came with at least one rotary mag for that money.

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What’s the FPS on the .177 rifle?

asked Tom from USA

Is it possible from CO2 covert this gun to PCp rifle

asked Kayhan from Canada

I'm new to air gunning. What is an indexed mag?

asked Tim from USA

When you insert a pellet and push the bolt forward the next pellet will be indexed into place and move forward into the breech

Roy from USA

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

Look up Diana Chaser magazine

Roy from USA

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

asked larry from USA

Buy Diana Stormrider mags

Roy 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

No magazine included but it does come with a soft case that holds the components but not the assembled rifle

Aaron from USA

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

This kit comes with a magnetic single shot loading tray that fits behind the breach. You can purchase magazines for the Diana Stormrider rifle and they will work in the chaser. .22 cal mag holds 7 rounds, .177 holds 9

Aaron from USA

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

asked Erwin from Guam

Yes, it will go on either barrel. It comes on the rifle barrel and is LocTited on, but will unscrew. Heat the area where the threads are. If you use a pliers, be sure to wrap the end so it doesn't get scratched.

Marshall from USA

No

Wyman from USA

It sounds like USA market Chasers have loctite on the moderator threads. People have successfully unscrewed the moderator and it will screw onto the pistol barrel. The pistol barrel has a cap screwed onto the threads.

Aaron from USA

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

Apparently a clip is not included but the clip for the Diana Stormrider rifle will work in the Chaser and must be purchased separately. There is a left hand breech block that can be purchased to convert to left hand.

Aaron from USA

Does this come with a carry case.

asked Alan from USA

It comes with a soft case that will hold the components but not the assembled rifle

Aaron from USA

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

asked Yuri

Yes It is very accurate little rifle, but don't expect to shoot for accurate over 20 yds.

Wyman from USA

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

You have to buy the magazine for the Diana Stormrider rifle. That is the magazine that fits in the Chaser

Aaron from USA

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

You need the Diana Stormrider rifle magazine. That magazine fiis the Chaser

Aaron from USA

SO IN THE KIT DO U GET BOTH LONG AND SHORT BARRELS AND WHAT MAGS FIT THIS ITEM THE STORM RIDER OR MARAUDER MAGS ?

asked ravenshaw

Yes both barrels are included and the Stormrider mag works in the Chaser

Aaron from USA

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

IS THIS A RIGHT HAND OR LEFT HAND PISTOL?

asked Richard 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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