Diana LP8 Features
- Single Stroke Break Barrel Pistol
- Fiber Optic Sights
- Smooth Cocking Action
- Ergonomic Ambidextrous Grip
- Automatic Safety
That said, the pistol did hold a very tight group at 10m despite shooting high. It had a very nice trigger and I didn't have any issues cocking or loading it. It would have been perfect for the plinking and varmint control that I bought it for had the quality control been better and I'd received a good one.
Four friends have shot it and love it too!
And wood grips for the ultimate pellet gun
Very consistent. I have a red dot sight on it that I moved forward to help compensate the recoil.
The pistol is on the heavy side, it is definitely a motivator to strengthen your arms so that you can hold this gun steady.
There is no trigger pull adjustment though once you view the exploded parts diagram it becomes obvious that compressing a spring here and tweaking a trigger spring there will make the trigger much lighter.
At 10 yds, it sighted in with 3 pellets. I have a range in my basement and that's about all the distance I can get. I've put abot 100 pellets though it, and can get dime size groups without a problem. On several shots, the pellet goes though essentially the same hole as the last. Once the weather warms and I get outside with it, I will sight it in to 30 yds and see what it can do. It also has a scope rail, so I may put a dot sight on it.
Trigger pull is very comfortable for me, and I haven't notice an issue with the grip, but others have mentioned this.
Cocking effort is pretty easy (I also have a RWS 350 mag, so not really a comparison), but use the cocking assist so I'm not grabbing the forward site.
0.177Caliber 0.177 CalVelocity 700 fpsLoudness 3-Medium
0.177Caliber 0.177 CalVelocity 700 fpsMag Capacity 1