Shortly before the turn of the century. The company premises have just been built in Rastatt.
The first patent by the Imperial Patent Office on January 31, 1908, made out to Jakob Mayer.
The early DIANA air rifles did not have any wooden front stocks. The grips were bare metal.
Advertisting poster around 1930. Eureka rifles and pistols for the youngest customers. They shot wooden arrows with safe rubber suction cups.
Factory facilities were completely dismantled in 1947. The reconstruction begins in Rastatt in 1950.
DIANA Mod. 60. The only impact and percussion-free compressed air rifle at the time is marketed by DIANA.
DIANA Mod. 48-52. New development of the strongest DIANA long-range air rifles with fixed barrel and side cocking lever.
Reason for rejoicing: Silvia Sperber wins the gold medal in Seoul with the DIANA small bore rifle.
DIANA is celebrating its 100-year company anniversary
Mod. 350 MAGNUM. The strongest worldwide long-range air rifle at V0 380 m/s is introduced.
The company today: DIANA employs a total of 90 employees, including five trainees.
Introduction of the new LP8 Magnum air pistol with aluminium frame. Due to its 7,5 Joule power, it is one of the most powerful air pistols on the market.
Introduction of the first DIANA P1000 compressed air rifle.
Introduction of the new N-TEC series with gas piston system.
DIANA was aquired by German Sport Guns (GSG) in Ense, North-Rhine Westphalia
Further development of the N-TEC system and the introduction of the 350 N-TEC Magnum - the most powerful DIANA air rifle ever.
125 years DIANA.