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Things I liked:Love the 8" barrel. I've been wanting an 8" pellet repeater since they discontinued the Crosman GW kit. This fits the bill. Accuracy is good (I got about 0.45'0.6" groups firing offhand).
Things I would have changed:The single thing I would change is how the pellets are done. I, personally, would have done a rifled shell with the pellet in the back. As they are now, it takes forever to re-load.
What others should know:If you're looking for a 8" pellet pistol, look no further. It's not olympic-class, but you can't beat the value.
Things I liked:Love everything about this revolver. I now have al but 1 of the Dan Wesson collection. Worth every Penny. The realism , every detail great.
Things I would have changed:Nothing
What others should know:Buy this and all of the Dan Wesson collection The new models are pellet in the bullets. Great idea. The others are B.B.'s
Things I liked:Looks real, feels real, nice bluing, quiet, rifled barrel, shoots lead pellets, and unlike most pellet revolvers does not have a thin real cylinder in front if a large false one. Best of all, a nice, light trigger in both SA and DA!
Things I would have changed:I can think of no improvements that could be made, realistically. Make it powerful enough to kill a Grizzly bear. Make it free. Make it drive my kids to and from school. Uh, right.
What others should know:Pellets with exceptionally narrow skirts might not work with this gun as they can fall through the tip of the "bullet," but this is rare. With 3 different brands of pellets and 30 rounds of each, 3 individual pellets of 1 brand fell through to the ground. (Sorry, don't remember which brand pellet.) Also, a speedloader for this system would be of no benefit, although extra shells would be a good investment. One must load each pellet individually into each "bullet" and then screw the bullet into the cartridge. Placing the cartridge into a speedloader would be at least as time consuming as simply loading each round, individually, into the cylinder. The loading process of this air revolver is very similar to the loading process of a real swing-out revolver firearm with no speedloader, and therefore, it is actually kinda fun. I can think of no other airgun that is actually somewhat FUN to load. Besides, after six rapid-fire rounds the gun should have a minute to warm up anyway.
Compatible with Dan Wesson 8" CO2 Pellet Revolver, Black