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Average Customer Review4.5 (11 reviews)
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Things I liked:Nice trigger especially in single action, it became quite accurate after about a 200rnd break in, at 20yrds I'm now getting a 2 inch 5 shot group with a avanti BBs.
Things I would have changed:make it able to fire pellet's and give it a rifled not a brass smoothbore, the worst thing about it is the cylinder sometimes gets in a bind, when the cylinder opens the back edge is hitting part of frame just above the trigger and its started knocking off the finish around the edge of the cylinder, the reason its doing this is the cylinder has to much forward/rearward movement on rod that it spins on, if you make sure the cylinder is all the way forward before you open it, it won't do it ( it helps to point it downward )if I can get the cylinder off I might can fix the problem with a washer.
What others should know: it has brass smoothbore, If I remember correctly it said you should get like 60 shots per co2 fill, it's more like 40-45 good shots than it gets kinda weak. and the accuracy started out pretty bad, but after 200rnds it got a lot better, I think the shells need to break in to get the velocity consistent,
Things I liked:The overall look and feel is spot on the real model which I placed side by side.
Things I would have changed:The silk screening on the barrel and do an engraving.
What others should know:These shells are not compatible with other bras shell models like Dan Wesson.
Things I liked:Very realistic look and feel. Grips are solidly attached.
Things I would have changed:Very loose and sloppy fit of the cylinder onto the crane allows the cylinder to pivot on the spring loaded forcing cone and the crane to open partially as the gun is cocked. Since that's something I just couldn't get over, I returned the gun unused to insure a full refund.
What others should know:I replaced this with an Umarex S&W 586 and, even though I gave up some realism and quite a few more dollars, I'm much happier.
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Compatible with Colt Python CO2 Revolver