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Dan Wesson BB revolver
*If the gun is cocked, the manual safety will not engage. For the safety to engage, the gun must be uncocked. If you cock the gun and then try to engage the safety, you will still be able to pull the trigger...and the gun will shoot the projectile!
**Each shell should be loaded with one steel BB and then loaded into the gun's cylinder.
If you like snubbies, get this Dan Wesson revolver! Its silver-colored frame and cylinder is so realistic, it'll fool just about everyone. Plus, the shells look like loaded firearm cartridges. Instead of primer, powder and a bullet, just load each one with a steel BB. The speedloader is a great tool that'll help you load fast so you can spend more time shooting and less time loading the shells.
The Dan Wesson CO2 BB revolver has a 2.5" barrel and textured grips. It's a great piece if you enjoy shooting firearms but don't want to go to the range for every session.
When shooting a BB gun, everyone in the vicinity should wear safety glasses. Never shoot at hard objects. Steel BBs easily ricochet, so everyone in the area must wear safety glasses. Remember to remove all pets before commencing to shoot.
|Max Velocity||318 fps|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage and elevation|
|Trigger Action||Double-action and single-action|
Things I liked: I'm glad it doesn't have an orange barrel tip
Things I would have changed: I would make it where u cud put 3 bbs in each bullet and to mount laser or scope is not as simple as you make it look ..
Things I liked: I LOVE the fact this thing TRULY feels like you are loading real 'rounds'. You place six 'rounds' into a speed-loader, place the tips down into a bunch of BBs and push-squiggle a bit, making sure to finish off with you finger tip on each BB, feeling for THE CLICK! Then pop the shells into the gun using the speed-loader... SO COOL! Oh, and it is GREAT to be able to use both double AND single action!
Things I would have changed: Hmmm - was a bit disappointed that the finish had three tiny mars where it looks like someone boxing it wasn't careful. Oh! And the HAMMER is so wiggly, back & forth to the left & right, as well as just a bit front-to-back - until cocked. This does not seem to affect the gun's action at all, but I need to research this and find out if the hammer SHOULD be so wiggly.
What others should know: Mine came with a rail mount that you attach to the top, and I went ahead and attached it; one screw through the rail into the receiving hole for it. Haven't tried a little laser sight yet, but will soon. OH! Three stars for 'Accuracy'. Hey, it's a SMOOTH BORE SNUB-NOSE BB GUN! I would not consider using this for precision target shooting, nor ESPECIALLY to show friends how good a shot you are; get one of your rifled-bored type out for that, right? Just use it for maybe learning proficiency with going from target-to-target, using the speed-loader - get about six-to-ten of them and a pouch for your belt! And I would suggest not more than twenty-to-thirty feet shooting distance.
Things I liked: The feel is very close to the real thing, the weight is correct, the trigger pull is not as good as the firearm, but it is not bad at all. It looks real, only till you start to be picky can you tell it is not real. Accuracy is good, so you can practice trigger pull with this bb pistol and when you shoot your firearm you will be in much better practice than if you had nothing to practice with other than your gun with snap caps. This gives you visual information as to where the shots are going. It's accurate, but shooting a snub nose requires a lot of practice and this is PERFECT for that. Try shooting it off of a bench with a rest and pull the hammer back for single action, it will group 3 inches at 10 meters and better than that. I'm a decent shot, but not great, and it is fine in the accuracy department. If you have an Airweight, it is larger than that gun, feels heavier too, but still similar. 6 shots too. Cylinder rotation is smooth. I also like Pyramid Air's great service.
Things I would have changed: Not really anything, maybe the grips but they are okay. They move a little bit when you handle the gun. They don't move much, but if you pick up the gun, and try to wiggle the grips you can feel the movement and hear the movement. It is very slight. I could likely shim and stop the wiggle but it does not bother me and does not effect the use of the gun.
What others should know: The black Dan Wesson and all the markings can easily be removed. I used a fresh pot scrubber, the kind with a sponge on one side and the abrasive pot scrubber on the other. That will get it off, but it leaves some scratches. You can get those out too, if you want, with wet/dry sandpaper. I did not go down to the base metal, still was in the silver paint. Except for the barrel showing a small bb hole instead of a big hole, this looks like a firearm. The black paint is on top of the silver base coat in case you want to remove the Made In Taiwan, etc. Power is okay, I was expecting less. This easily goes through both sides of a heavy duty cardboard box that shipped a large item in it. That was from 10 yards. I cannot see the bb's fly as I am shooting it. Not too loud, and as others have said the co2 lasts for a lot of shots. I did not modify the gun for more power, it's fine the way it came. I may modify a shell or two and try to fire birdshot out of it, just for fun. Wear eye protection
I want to buy this gun. Can you send to South Korea? According to regulations. For example, under the force 0.2j, color parts attached.
Same question ! If I bought the pellets version shells ... could be work ? if not .. why Not ? Regards
If I use the shells that come with the Dan Wesson pellet revolver (black head, gold body), it can shoot pellets?
|Max Velocity||318 fps|