This listing is for a Diana Chaser Pistol with a tactical carbine kit pre-installed. It includes the airgun, adjustable stock tube, adjustable stock, grip adapter, AR pistol grip, M-Lok style handguard, suppressor, 3 rotary mags, and a really crappy case(seriously, don’t expect much).
The Tactical Chassis parts are all made in Texas, USA in PA12 Nylon using advanced Multi Jet Fusion machines for a high quality commercial finish and exceptional toughness.
The airgun is powered by 12 gram CO2 cartridges and will give you a muzzle velocity of up to 525 fps in .177 and 460 fps in .22. It can be configured as a carbine or pistol. It will ship configured as a carbine. You will need an optic as the iron sights are unuseable with the raised comb height of the adjustable stock. An open glass reflex sight (red dot) is perfect for this little carbine. It’s the ultimate value short range backyard or indoor plinker. It is very lightweight, accurate, compact, whisper quiet, and easy to use and handle. I also highly recommend this airgun as a first airgun for youths. The adjustable LOP makes it suitable for the littlest shooter and can be easily adjusted as they grow or when it’s Dad’s turn. The mlok style handguard means there is plenty of room for customizing with accessories, such as a bipod, laser, etc. The buttstock includes a QD sling point and an aftermarket QD can be mounted on the mlok style handguard.
– Bolt Action
– Single Shot
– CO2 Powered
– approximately 50 shots per CO2 cartridge
– Rifled Barrel
– Two-Stage Adjustable Trigger
– 11mm dovetail optic rail
– single shot tray or indexing mags
– Includes 3 magazines
– AR grip compatible
– MILSPEC adjustable stock compatible
– Adjustable LOP 10-1/4 to 14 inches
– Overall length with stock extended and suppressor installed 28.7 inches
– Overall length with stock collapsed and suppressor installed 24.7 inches
– Overall length with stock collapsed and suppressor removed 19.5 inches
– Overall weight of carbine with suppressor 2.65 lbs
If you’d like to buy the carbine parts separately, please note that we only sell the 3d printed parts. The parts on this airgun are made of a higher grade material and would be cost prohibitive as individual items. I may offer them in the future if folks are interested in that. If you’d like to check out the ABS 3d printed parts you can find those here: https://buck-rail.com/product/diana-ar-conversion/