The erected company building in Rastatt shortly before the turn of the century.
First patent of the Imperial Patent Office dated 31 January 1908, issued to Jakob Mayer
Early Diana air rifles did not have wooden forearms yet. One had to grab the bare metal.
Promotional poster around 1930. Eureka rifles and pistols for the youngest customers. They shot wooden arrows with harmless soft tips.
In 1947, the plants are dismantled completely. In 1950, the reconstruction in Rastatt begins.
DIANA Mod. 60. DIANA launches the only vibration-free and recoilless air guns existing on the market.
DIANA Mod. 48-52. Redevelopment of the strongest DIANA long-range air rifle with fixed barrel and a side lever.
A reason for joy: Silvia Sperber wins a gold medal in Seoul using a DIANA small-bore system.
DIANA celebrates its 100th anniversary.
Mod. 350 Magnum. The to this date world’s strongest long-range air rifle with V0 380 m/s is launched.
Company today: DIANA has a total of 90 employees, of whom are five trainees.
Introduction of the new LP8 Magnum pistol with aluminum housing. Its performance of 7,5 joules make it one of the strongest air pistols on the global market.
Introduction of the first DIANA pre-charged air rifle P1000.
Introduction of the N_TEC series with gas piston system.
Takeover of DIANA by German Sport Guns (GSG) in Ense, North Rhine-Westphalia.
Further development of the N_TEC systems and introduction of the 350 N_TEC Magnum – the strongest DIANA air rifle of all time.
125 years DIANA