Does it come with a orange tip here in America?
No airsoft pistols only ?
Is it normal for the retractable forcing cone (what connects the barrel to the cylinder) to move when you shoot? If I look at the gun from the side while shooting, I can actually see the cone retract towards the barrel with each shot as well as some co2 escape once the cone retracts. I some how feel it shouldn't.
oh, btw, and I´m not refering to its movement on double ation shooting, I mean it on single action, after the cone is already set on the chamber.
Can I mount a scope on this gun?
Can we transac with this gun without a card? as of now i have a cash
You can send a check or money order to Pyramyd to pay for it.
will the top railing take a red dot scope or mount kit ?
yes, as long as it is a Weaver style base on the dot sight you want to use
Can you use plastic bbs instead?
No, this is for steel BB's only. If you want to use airsoft BB's you would need to purchase the airsoft version.
does it realy needs co2 ??
Yes it does.
can i get this gun in chrome at this price
The silver one is a bit more. Type this into the search bar: 6373
Just wondering if this revolver comes with an orange tip since the picture here doesn't show it. I live in Canada and I am planning on just keeping it in my house as a collection
No, this is a .177 cal BB gun so it comes WITHOUT orange tip.
i wonder if the revolver is packed in a box or a plastic cover?
It's packed in a blister pack/plastic cover
On the Dan Wesson 8" that is on-sale, Exactly which parts are metal and which are plastic? Thanks! Craig
Grips are plastic, everything else is metal
I know for sure the grips are plastic and some models have a plastic hammer as well.
Exactly which parts are metal and which are plastic? Thanks!
The grips are the only external plastic parts. The CO2 piercing screw tab is also plastic although the screw itself is metal. There are also plastic and rubber parts in the CO2 gas seals and the cartridge tips ("bullets") are either rubber or a very resilient plastic.
Grips are plastic, the rest of the gun is metal.
Anyone try putting pellets into the "bullets" instead of BB's since they are basically carriers I would guess they might fit
so using plastic bbs is out?
Anyone know of "lead BB's" that will fire in this? I just remembered thanks to Tyler that BB's are .172 and conventional pellets are .177. I can't use steel BBs due to ricochet issues so would love to buy all sizes of these Wesson's but need lead to "mush" rather then bounce Dr D
David, BB's and pellets are not the same size so they would not fit properly