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Thread: RWS 460 magnum vs Diana 460 magnum

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    RWS 460 magnum vs Diana 460 magnum

    Greetings
    Is the RWS 460 magnum air rifle identical to the Diana 460 magnum air rifle. Midway sells the RWS brand at $563.00 and Pyaramid sells the Diana brand at $400.00. Do a internet search for RWS and Diana/RWS byline comes up. Same specs too. From that, I suppose that they come out of the same plant/same assembly line.
    Does anyone have any definitive info?
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    They are the same. There was a few reasons I didn't go with it. First the "magnum". All the magnums I have shot have been tough to shoot. The recoil and vibrate like crazy. The vibration tares up scopes, and affects accuracy. I watched some video's on the TX200 and rebuilding them. The TX200 is super easy to rebuild. I have not talked to anyone that has rebuilt a 460 so I don't know how hard they are to do.
    That said I have heard some very good things about them and it is at the TOP of my list for a next gun.
    I got the TX200 and I am super happy with mine, but the 460 is on my radar.

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    RWS sell the Diana line in the USA.... The rifles are identical.... However, you may be able to buy them in different trim levels (eg. stocks)…. I purchased a Diana 34 "Sport" which had a beech stock instead of walnut....

    Bob

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    RWS is the importer, Diana is the manufacturer. I have a model 54 Air King, it will shoot ragged one hole groups out to 35 yards.

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    I grew up on a Diana. My Dad received it as a 6th birthday present. It was a smooth bore and barrel required straightening from time to time. I didn't know the name still lives on. I wish we had kept it as a momento.
    Rest In Peace My Son (01/06/1986 - 14/01/2014)

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BP Bronze Point IMR Improved Military Rifle PTD Pointed
BR Bench Rest M Magnum RN Round Nose
BT Boat Tail PL Power-Lokt SP Soft Point
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