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Diana Chaser Pellet Pistol

Available in .177, .22
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  • Code: AGD-46128999 · $79.99 · .177 · 525 fps
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The Diana Chaser Pistol is the newest product to be offered by Diana! 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 460 to 525 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. If you’re looking for something fun and effective, look no further than the Diana chaser.

Diana Chaser CO2 Air Pistol

  • 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 the grip
  • Compatible with Diana Stormrider Magazines
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  • ManufacturerDiana
  • Caliber.177
  • Velocity525 fps
  • ConditionNew
  • Ammo TypePellets
  • ActionBolt-action
  • Barrel StyleRifled
  • Fire ModeRepeater
  • Gun Weight1.90
  • Overall Length13.40
  • Barrel Length8.30
  • 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
  • UsePlinking/Fun
  • Warranty1-year limited warranty
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By DavidUSAMay 7, 2020 Verified Purchase

Accurate, powerful, well made. Gets about fifty shots from a cylinder. It comes with a nice zippered case that has space for spare cylinders and pellets. It has a separate zippered compartment that you can use to hold the manual, tools, targets, etc. Mine is in 22 cal. It will punch holes through a steel soup can. The whole setup, in the case, is still relatively small and light, it fits easily in a backpack. It's quiet enough for backyard use.

Terrible grip! It's too short and the pommel digs into the palm of your hand. You get used to it. I would have taken a star off, but the rest of the gun is so good it deserves a bonus point.

By RandyUSAMarch 21, 2020 Verified Purchase

Use singal shot method. Unless hunting. And to honest the round really isn't moving fast enough to kill small game. But for target practice love it.

Nice gun co2 easy to load. A easy gun to shoot. Right on target out of the box.

The magazines. Hard to load. I had a round slip. Had to destroy the mag. To get out of the gun.

By Enemy S.October 15, 2019 Verified Purchase

I am not a professional or even a rabid target shooter but after two previous forays into pump and CO2 pistols that were largely unsatisfactory, this Diana Chaser fits the bill. I mostly use it for critter control but since the critters mostly like to sit on my seawall 60 feet away, I've set up my target practice at 60' and was surprised how accurate this gun is. The 177 pellets don't sink at all over 60' and the stock sighting on the gun was dead accurate right out of the box. I really was amazed as I typically would have to aim literally an inch or more high at 60' to account for the gravity on a lesser pistol. You will be pleased with this.

dead accurate

slow feeding single shot pellets with my clumsy hands. Waiting for the magazine to arrive from backorder

By PatUSAAugust 9, 2019 Verified Purchase

Let me start by saying I was surprised how quickly it arrived. It arrived double boxed and in a nice carrying bag. PROS; LIGHT WEIGHT, NOT TO BIG, (I can throw it in a day bag when I go fishing for some fun with the kids)Comes in a nice carry bag. ACCURATE for short range. Even my wife likes it. CONS; SIGHTS, being all black are hard to get a sight picture unless in bright sunlight. What I did was to use 2 dots on the rear sight and one on the front sight of orange florescent fingernail polish. DEFINITLY A 5 STAR PISTOL FOR THE PRICE!

By Greg S.May 6, 2019 Verified Purchase

easy to sight in, its on the money. I was surprised at how well made this gun is the trigger is very light the way I like it. it comes in a soft case not the best but fits my needs.

nice trigger well made gun adjustable rear sight

.22 8 shot magazine does not come with it I found this to be miss leading it will drive up costs I ordered 2 but can't get them in for 1 1/2 mo. disappointed to say the least. fiber optics would have been a good idea with this gun.

By FrankUSAOctober 30, 2018

I was always bothered by the plastic bolt housing on the 2240. I figured that a gun as sturdy as that deserved aluminum and not plastic.... without spending almost the cost of the gun again for a steel one. Enter the Diana Chaser. It is a really nice gun for the money. I shoot at a regulation 10 meter lane and it is perfect for that. I have a Williams peep sight on the back and that takes it from fun to serious. If you can do your part, it will do it's part! No, it won't pop off a squirrel at 50 yards BUT it is great for its intended purpose. btw, the flat grip works fine for my medium size hands.

By LamarUSAOctober 19, 2018

Powerful and accurate

Adjustable rear sight. 40+ shots per cylinder. Price

By Reinhard B.October 6, 2018

Ordered this kind of on a whim. Got it yesterday, and I must say the quality is way more the expected. Fit and finish is first rate. Trigger is a crisp and clean. My particular pistol's sights were right on from the factory. If you're into the Crossman 2240, you will love this pistol!

Accurate, and satisfying shooter. CO2 loading is straight forward, and the small tightening accessory stud is a nice touch.

The description reads like it comes with a magazine, it does not. The single shot tray is the only accessory supplied.

By thongSeptember 18, 2018

quality build and accurate.

By steven m.August 30, 2018

I have target practiced with this pistol and I can easily go through the toughest of metal cans and it still wants to go through even more! I could easily defend myself with this pistol if I ever had to in a pinch! I recommend this pistol to anyone starting out who is on a budget are just does not want to spend a lot of money on a pellet gun, and also wants a quality weapon!

Solid metal, Cocking system works great! Nice solid punch, Easy CO2 cartridge replacement! Nice long barrel for long and accurate shooting! Has a single shot and 7shot separate way of shooting built into the system, if you buy the 7 shot magazine.

As far as this pistol is concerned, I have no complaints at this time!

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would you recommend the .177 or.22 for small varmints

asked dal

.22 you can actually use it as a personal defense tool

Ali from USA

Can the trigger mechanism either be replaced or lightened to make it more like a competative trigger with a light pull, like can be done with center fire arms? I would also like to use Fiber optic sights for nocturnal low light sighting?

asked Michelle

Is this gun made in Germany?

asked Craig from USA

Can you put the moderator on the pistol barrel ?

asked Roy

is there any kind of holster this pistol would fit into? Am in a wheelchair and using my lap as a table doesn't work.

asked tHOMAS from USA

Why does the Diana Chaser have the bolt on the left hand side ?

asked Gerald from USA

How accurate is this air gun? I had a zero recoil pistol years ago - very accurate - loaned it an never got it back a great gun, never saw on like it. I am in the market of a replacement pistol, capable of great accuracy if feed good pellets. talking 5 shot group 1" or less at 30 ft.

asked Gary

In .177 how many shots at or close to full power from one cylinder? At ten yards what drealistically can you expect in the way of accuracy?

asked Martin gavriloff

It appears to be a left hand bolt. Is that so, or is the picture reversed?

asked Lee from USA

How many shots per co2 cartridge in both calibers please?

asked Rolf
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