You are more than welcome to post on the forum!
I am trying to gather information for us all to refer to concerning anything Diana or Diana related over there.
Much information on this line of airguns was lost by the factory after WWII.
Much tooling was liberated and moved to Scotland and Great Britan shortlly thereafter.
Since, there seems to be a lack of factory history and information archived anywhere short of what the catalog says, even up to this day!
Luckilly we have had a few good reference books on airguns in general to dig thru, and now perhaps an online reference in the Collective (yes, it is a "Borg" pun).
Anyhow, this is why I decided to give gathering it under one roof a try.
Not much to loose, very much for all to gain!
We have many good folks giving it their honest all in efforts, and pricless help and information so far, and the future looks promising!
Heck, about 3 months ago I got SO frustrated just trying to run down only one rifle,I think I got a baldspot, and just think of how many models have gone by unchronicled!
This is the "why" of the forums broad but single manufacturer baseline.
Specific model info will hopefully some day get cataloged there for reference for all.
Right now the Forum is in it's infancy and just a shotgun post, such as you have here, just might get the answer you want!
Already a familliar, and you might even say, "Heavy Hitter", has graciouslly helped a poster in reference to the 350...and that's what it's really all about!
It's all done in good faith there, and I wish that some day questions will get answered with one click! For now we go slow and get started up...
There's no competition with other forums nor badmouthing of anyone or anyone's Forums allowed! Totally counterproductive to the cause and it does no one any profit!
Please, you or anyone with a question or comment about Dianas in general, related "Customer" guns (ie. Beeman Geco, Hy-score, Millard Bros, etc, or other divergent lines, feel free to visit and throw it up there! Ya never know who may have the answer.
Thanks for the space to present my case James!
Dave Nemanic (aka ZVP)