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Schofield No. 3 CO2 BB revolver
Read and see MORE ABOUT THE SCHOFIELD No. 3 CO2 BB REVOLVER in Dennis Adler's latest Airgun Experience Blog.
This 6-shooter is an authentic replica of the famous Schofield No. 3 designed by Army Ordnance officer, Major George W. Schofield of the 10th Cavalry.
The U.S. Army ordered thousands of the Schofield No. 3, and many were used by the 4th Cavalry in the Geronimo campaign and by the Buffalo Soldiers of the 9th and 10th Cavalry. The revolver was popular among horse soldiers because of its top-break, rapid ejection system.
The Bear River version of this legendary gun features the same top-break design and will bring you hours of plinking fun.
|Max Velocity||445 fps|
|Max Shots per Fill||100|
|Upgrades||Faux wood grips|
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Things I liked: This is a high quality gun. The look, the feel, the function are all excellent. After two weeks and 300 rounds it is now one of my favorite guns. I find the mechanics of ejecting and loading the shells satisfying. On par with the Colt Peacemaker (my other favorite). Best for cans and other knock down targets.
Things I would have changed: Things I did change: I used a black Sharpie on the awful warning verbiage on the guns right side. I then wiped it with a gun cleaning cloth (lightly oiled). The lettering is now nearly invisible. It comes in a blister pack, a bit disappointing.
What others should know: I use Excite lead BBs. They hit harder, far less ricochet, a step up from regular BBs.
Things I liked: Great looking with real weightiness lending to a solid replica!! Easy to use and shoots accurately enough for having a fun time plinking. And has power- enough to deeply dent a tin can partially splitting it open !! I normally shoot at cardboard targets, but just had to see what this pistol was capable of, so took 2 shots at a tin can from 15 feet and was impressed with the punch this gun has along with getting 80 shots out of my first co2 cylinder shooting outside in 73 degrees!
Things I would have changed: The only thing I would change is making a stronger reinforced holder for the hex wrench that is inside the pistol grip for use in tightening and loosening the co2 cylinder. Mine broke out of the pistol grip on the first use. The Colt Peacemaker BB pistol has a much better all metal hex wrench and base in their grip.
What others should know: To Pyramyd Air's credit, they quickly sent me a set of the faux Ivory grips free of charge!! There are no spare wood look grips available at this point in time from them and have not heard back at all from Bear River Outdoors who makes these pistols- somewhat disappointed in them! But again Pyramyd Air more than made up for the quick follow-up with new grips!! Always have been very pleased with my many purchases over the years with them!! Thanks especially to Jerry E!
Things I liked: Realistic build and weightiness of the pistol. Love the revolver/single action and cylinder with push up cartridges!! I got around 80 shots with one CO2 cartridge - amazing!! And was accurate enough at 5 meters right away!!
Things I would have changed: Broke the allen wrench right away that is/was attached to the inside of the pistol grip that comes off to allow putting in the CO2 cartridge...and I did not strong arm it....very disappointed in how "cheap" the pistol grip is....too thin a build to last very long. I have contacted Pyramyd Air about a grip replacement - so will wait to see what happens and then report back. In the mean time since the grip still snaps into place, I am using a 7/32" allen wrench for tightening and loosening the CO2 cartridge...which works just fine...just not as convenient as would be to use the built in wrench.
What others should know: Other than the plastic grip needing to be improved to be more durable, I am very happy with the pistol and its operation overall!! If the pistol grip was better and the wrench didn't twist off, I would have rated this pistol a "5"!!
has anybody put a pellet thru one of these with the pellet shells? Better accuracy?
Is it also possible to fire pellets through the cartridges?
I hear this pistol fits perfectly in an ASG 17350 Strike Systems molded 6/8 inch Dan Wesson holster ?
Yes it does. The adjustable back strap lets it slide out a little but it will catch on the trigger and not come out. If you want it held tight, cock the trigger and the strap will slip under it and hold it in tight.
|Max Velocity||445 fps|