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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.
This Dan Wesson CO2 BB revolver is quite realistic. The swing-out cylinder holds 6 rounds. Load the BBs into shells that look like firearm cartridges. Pop off the rounds and then push out the spent shells with the ejector rod.
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||426 fps|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage & elevation|
|Trigger Action||Double-Action & Single-Action|
Things I liked: I love the look and feel of this revolver. It has a nice chrome look to it and a great feel in the hands.
Things I would have changed: -When unloading your bullets, one bullet nearly always gets stuck on a piece of metal (you can see in 2nd last picture, under the bullet - it's a small piece that comes out). This really pisses me off. I don't even know why that metal piece is sticking out, it doesn't contribute to anything at all and ruined the revolver. -There isn't much room to use the speed loader neither. The revolving cylinder doesn't go far out enough to be able to use the speed loader correctly, it tends to get stuck and makes it difficult to use. -The trigger seems choppy, meaning you really have to squeeze for the revolving cylinder to turn off of the metal barrel (you can see in the third last picture, the metal cylinder that connects to the inner barrel). The revolving cylinder has to turn off of that making it difficult to squeeze the trigger sometimes, it just doesn't feel like a smooth trigger feel
What others should know: Although there are some downsides to this revolver, it is still a great revolver and I would definitely advise you to take a look at it IN PERSON rather than blindly purchasing the revolver. Address these issues and see if it'll bother you in any-way. All-in-all, this is my favourite BB gun so far.
Things I liked: Fast shipping: I made the order on the June 30, and I received it today! On Saturday! Design: This is a piece of art! If you would not believe the commercial photo, then you should check it out with you own eyes. CO2 consumption: I was so surprised to count that after shooting 108 rounds then the first cartridge ran off.
Things I would have changed: The grip is not as terrible as other buyers criticized, but if the grip is using wood finish, that will be terrific.
What others should know: The manual itself does not tell me how to fire (that's weird), and I truly cannot verify from the manual how the Double action works, because the hammer did not cock by itself when I tested today. From an Youtube video, I noticed that once cocked, it's automatically in the Double action mode, and the drawback in my understanding was the trigger became very tight in the Double-action. Someone can confirm my assumption because I myself will only shoot in the single-action mode.
Things I liked: This is as handsome in person as the photos show, works well, hits what you point it at. BUT it doesn't let you forget for a second that it is a toy. The grips are god-awful, cheesy plastic that moves about as you hold it, and there is no way to upgrade them. The mechanicals are sloppy and fiddly, so despite the weight you are constantly reminded that this is not the real thing. The speed loader doesn't work better than your fingers, because it doesn't fit (so don't order extras). The optics rail is an unnecessarily VERY loose fit that doesn't inspire confidence. Sounds like I don't like it, right? I just ordered the 2.5" version.
Things I would have changed: I'd pay another $50 if the grips were solid, the mechanical parts were smooth and the tactical rail fit.
Are there any substitutes available for the Weaver attachment on this pistol? Is the original part available? I used the one from my 6" Wesson on my Gamo 776, and want another one since it works really well for me. Thanks for the help.
I've scratched my head over this for a while so now I'm just going to ask, this is basically a Crosman with Dan Wesson's signature on it and a different logo in the grips, right?
can i use pellets in this bb gun? or interchange bbs withs pellets?
The bullets it comes with has a round hole at the tip to hold steel bb's in. I'm almost certain it won't take pellets.
|Max Velocity||426 fps|
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