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Things I liked:I bought this revolver to use for plinking and training others how to shoot a revolver. The workings are realistic from loading individual shells to shooting single or double action. Also, you can shoot quite a few shots on a charge of gas.
Things I would have changed:It's a pretty good deal for the money. Anything I would change would drive up the price.
What others should know:No hop up on these, so accuracy isn't stellar. However, they are still enjoyable to shoot. I bought an extra pack of shells, and am glad I did. Reloading takes a couple minutes, so having extras ready to go is nice.
Things I liked:Most of the gun is metal. It is heavy like the real thing. Looks good.
Things I would have changed:The grip feels really cheap. The gun didn't work quite right at first and needed to be worked in a little before the hammer would go back when I pulled the trigger. The shells that hold the BB's have a little rubber tube at the end that holds the BB's and these fall out and can be lost.
What others should know:Be careful if you glue the rubber BB's holders into the shells because if you use too much glue, the BB's will be held too hard and will not shoot out of the gun. There is no hop up.
Things I liked:Great weight and feel, decent performance, and classy looks make this gun a fun plinker, backup, or just a great collection piece. Mine is currently all three at the moment, and I love it! The realistic metal shells are also a nice touch, and the chrome finish on the gun is pretty nice looking, especially from a slight distance. Simply put, it's a fun gun to use that is sure to impress your friends.
Things I would have changed:The accuracy is actually better than I thought it was going to be, especially with heavier .25g BB's. But, a 4 inch barrel, is still a 4 inch barrel, and BB's shot past 70 feet or so start to waiver a bit. And the grip on the gun is a little bit loose at times, but you can tighten a small flathead screw on either side to help with that. However, it still feels a little weak, so you may want to tame your crazy cowboy/girl instincts with this one...
What others should know:The shells don't have to be removed from the gun to reload them, since you can push a BB into the front of them one at a time and rotate the cylinder. Also, when using the gun in single action, or manually cocking the hammer before shooting, be aware that gently pulling the trigger may make the hammer click forward slightly, but not all the way, until you pull it a bit harder to release it fully. It's hard to explain, but my advice would be to just pull that trigger hard and all the way back when firing in single action to avoid the aforementioned problem altogether. And on a final note; the fit/finish on this gun may not be perfect, it fires just six shots(or was it "only five?") before needing to be reloaded, and is not the most accurate pistol out there, but it gets the job done, and for only forty-five bucks, you can't go wrong. Buy one, possibly along with a propane adapter, and you won't be disappointed.