Discussion in 'Airguns' started by razzle, Sep 21, 2022.
Mine seems to love Wadcutters. While I have some magazines I have only tried the single pellet tray. The Chaser gets about 50 or so pellets per CO2 cartridge.
My only regret is finding out that both spare Barrel O-Rings had been used by the previous owner and finding replacements has been a headache. I finally found some... in the UK !
The trigger is smooth and it takes a Red Dot or Rifle sight readily. Also by reading and watching YouTube I came across where the Bolt Handle is weak and I press the bolt home with my thumb to reduce the stress.
The safety is in a bit of an awkward spot and takes getting used to. Despite all this I love my Chaser.
I sent you a PM about the barrel O-rings, hope it helps...
Well made and a great value, I don't know of a better quality CO2 rifle.
I love my old vintage Benjamins & Crosmans but the Diana Chaser gets used the most.
The case it comes in is really nice but it's die cut foam for the individual pieces (pistol, barrel & stock) and can't accomodate the pistol with the stock or long barrel attached. Shame, cause it's a nice case for a freebee but for me not worth the hassle of disassembly.
He has a 2240 he pimped out pretty nice. He snipes chipmunks from his double-hung window at about 3 yards. The Chaser is supposed to extend his range a bit.
Like my 2240 also. But you need to be careful. You could turn that $70 pistol into a $300 one easy.
Yes indeed. I'm not into mine quite that much. Still, it's a fine and adaptable pistol for the $$$ and capable of being quiet enough for backyard use.
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