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Diana 34 EMS, Wood, .177 cal

Available in .177, .22
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  • Code: AGD-518010366 · $407.83 · .177 · 1050 fps
Estimated in stock date is 07-31-24
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The Diana 34 EMS with beech stock is a distinctive breakbarrel air rifle you can modify to suit your needs with a variety of modular options not usually offered at a price this affordable. With speeds up to 1050 fps in .177 and 950 fps in .22, it gives you plenty of power for small game hunting and plinking.

It is the next generation of the very popular RWS 34.

First up is the ability to swap the barrel for a different caliber. This air rifle features a system that locks the barrel to the breech securely for accuracy while keeping the size down, which can be a problem with barrel systems on other cost-effective models.

Next is the variety of sights you can swap in for the rear micrometer adjustable sight and front fiber optic sight, in addition to the milled 11mm dovetail scope rails you'll find on the barrel. Also, the 2 stage adjustable trigger gives you the control you need to take consistent shots, and the improved 2 piece cocking lever gives you a smooth and simple cocking motion.

Finally, you have the ability to switch the spring piston powerplant for an N-TEC gas piston. This gets you the advantages of easier and quieter cocking and shooting, consistent performance even in cold weather, and the ability to leave the rifle cocked for longer than a spring piston can withstand.

If you're ready for an eye catching air rifle with the ability to swap modular parts for added flexibility, the power for small game hunting that won't break the bank, and an upgrade to your RWS 34, buy the Diana 34 EMS with beech stock now at Airgun Depot.

Diana 34 EMS, Wood Features:

  • Single shot
  • Spring piston powerplant can convert to N-TEC gas piston
  • Breakbarrel action
  • Removable 1/2" UNF threaded barrel
  • Max velocity: 1050 fps (.177), 950 fps (.22)
  • Beech stock
  • Fiber optic front sight
  • Micrometer adjustable rear sight
  • Plastic buttplate
  • 11mm dovetail optics mount
  • 2 stage adjustable trigger
  • Changeable front and rear sights
  • Adjustable barrel alignment
  • Overall length: 45.5"
  • Weight: 7.4 lbs.
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  • Manufacturer Diana
  • Caliber .177
  • Velocity 1050 fps
  • Condition New
  • Ammo Type Pellets
  • Action Break barrel
  • Barrel Style Rifled
  • Fire Mode Single-shot
  • Gun Weight 7.40
  • Overall Length 45.50
  • Barrel Length 19.50
  • Loudness 3-Medium
  • Magazine Capacity 0
  • Mechanism Spring-piston
  • Rail 11mm dovetail
  • Safety Automatic
  • Front Sights Fiber Optic
  • Rear Sights Adjustable
  • Shots per Fill 0
  • Trigger Adjustability Two-stage adjustable
  • Trigger Action 0
  • Use Small game hunting/plinking
  • Warranty 2-year limited warranty
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By GlennJune 9, 2024 Verified Purchase

If you are looking for a high power air rifle Diana model 34 is what you want

I have two brothers that own Diana air rifle, I love the way they shoot and the fluorescent front and rear sights are perfect. I have shoot a Daisy air rifle and it was a piece of junk.

By HeathUSAJanuary 24, 2024

Nice solid gun. Ive had this for about 2 years now. I put 2-7x32mm tasco scope on it. Accurate and powerful. No complaints.


By ScottSeptember 30, 2022

If your on the fence buy this in 22 cal its a thumper.

I have owned this gun since 89-90.I bought the 177 model 36 first and realized when my bro John had the 22 version that I needed the extra kick that only a 22 can offer. I later placed a scope on it and it is accurate up to 65 yards. Bar none the best bang for your buck.

I only wish Diana would get into the big Game market with a 50 cal.

By JamesUSAApril 8, 2022

I bought a 34 in wood and in 177 caliber, I liked it so much that I bought the synthetic model in a 22 caliber, and liked that even more yet. I think they are great Pelet rifles, especially for the price. I did notice depending on where you hold the gun, it does not shoot to the same POI. Shooting it across the railing of my deck causes it to hit different than if I’m shooting it on sandbags or if I’m holding it in my palm of my hand, so that part was a little bit odd but once you’re used to that and you do it the same way every time, I was able to hit nickels every time at 30 yards with both rifles,

By RonUSAJune 15, 2021

The wood stocked .22 rifle I have won't shoot any better than an inch at 25 yards. I thoroughly cleaned the bore. Groups seemed to be shifting too so I checked screws that hold the rifle to the stock and all were loose enough to be turned with my fingers. The pivot screw on the cocking levers was backed out enough to gouge the wood around it. Quality control on this gun was obviously bad. The gun shot no better after tightening the various screws. I've put over 150 pellets through the gun. I use the artillery hold to shoot and I've been shooting off sand bags on a concrete bench. I have a BSA airgun scope mounted on the gun.

I like the appearance

By RickMarch 2, 2021

Hard to believe no reviews have been posted yet. I always look at reviews before I make a big purchase. I’d been wanting a Diana 34 for awhile now. I was surprised that the old model 34’s were gone and 34 ems models were new. So I ordered one and it showed up in a couple days. Packaged in 2 boxes no damage. My first springer 22 cal. I shots couple pellets before I saw that I should clean the barrel before shooting the gun. Cleaned the barrel and started shooting. Nice and smooth barrel cocking and real nice trigger. My other pellet gun is a Benjamin pump 45+ yrs old still going strong. I really like the 34ems can shoot it in the back yard with out drawing much attention. I’m interested in the extra barrels and cost? When they become available? Thanks for the awesome gun

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What is the country of manufacture?

asked Douglas from USA

How can I order the N-TEC conversion? How can I order additional barrel droop shims? I understand that the barrel is threaded and can accept a silencer. What silencer can be used on this barrel?

asked Brian from USA
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