Diana 34 EMS Break Barrel Air Rifle, Synthetic
- Spring-piston power plant, convertible to N-TEC gas piston
- Break barrel action
- Thumbhole synthetic stock
- 11mm dovetail optics mount
- Fiber optic front sight
- Micrometer adjustable rear sight
- Two-stage, T06 adjustable trigger
- Max. velocity: 1050 FPS (.177), 950 FPS (.22)
- Removable 1/2" UNF threaded barrel
- Changeable front and rear sights
- Adjustable barrel alignment
- Overall length: 46.3"
- Weight: 7.85 lbs.
The Diana 34 EMS Breakbarrel Air Rifle with synthetic stock is the first rifle that the German manufacturer has employed their Easy Modular System (EMS) on. The 34 EMS allows for parts to be swapped out to provide shooters with different capabilities. It reaches velocities of up to 1050 FPS in .177 and 950 FPS in .22, which makes it ideal for plinking and small-game hunting.
The biggest capacity for modular change on this air rifle comes from the capability to change the barrel, which has 1/2" UNF threading and a special locking system to provide a stable connection with the block, aiding accuracy. The 34 EMS manages to accomplish this while still maintaining a slender profile, a combination of features and usability rarely found on airguns in this price range.
Users have the ability to swap the spring-piston power plant for an N-TEC gas piston to gain its advantages, such as longevity, smoother and quieter shooting, and the ability to leave the air rifle cocked for longer periods.
The fiber-optic front sight can be changed, as can the micrometer adjustable rear sight, and the air rifle features a two-piece cocking lever that results in a more-even cocking effort. For greater flexibility than the different options for sights, an 11mm dovetails optics mount is also available for adding a scope. The barrel alignment is also adjustable, meaning shooters will no longer need to live with (or compensate for) barrel droop.
|Max Velocity||950 fps|
|Cocking Effort||30 lbs|
|Front Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|