1-year limited warranty
List Price $329.95 Save $30.00 (9%)
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Earn 300 Bullseye Bucks
|Max Velocity||425 fps|
|Front Sight||Blade & Ramp|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage & elevation|
|Trigger Action||Double-Action & Single-Action|
|Max Shots per Fill||50|
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Things I liked: Have now had this piece for a few weeks now and have put about a thousand pellets through it. It is certainly a fun piece to shoot. I like everything about it. In the past I've only shot single shot pellet guns. This piece adds a totally new dimension to my shooting. As everyone else says, the heftiness of the piece just adds a realistic touch.
Things I would have changed: I don't know if I'm the exception, but my revolver came with the sights lowered as low as possible. I also had to move the sights to the right quite a lot. After making these adjustments I found that the revolver still shot about six inches high at fifteen yards. I called the factory and they gave me permission to send it in for inspection. I soon got the revolver back, with their declaration that they had adjusted the barrel, and corrected the problem. I soon found that the gun was shooting exactly as it had, quite a bit high. It would seem that this is not my fault, since I have about sixteen pellet handguns and have not experienced this problem with any other. An exaggerated six o:clock hold is necessary to center the shots.
What others should know: I like to shoot all revolvers double action. I was disappointed to experience a terrible double action pull with this revolver. I soon resolved myself that single action shooting was my only option with this piece. Yesterday while shooting it, for some reason I tried the double action mode again, and was quite pleasantly surprised to learn that the rough double action pull had somehow corrected itself, possibly by smoothing off burrs in machining. I am now quite delighted in the nice double action trigger. I have been in law enforcement for forty six years now and a Viet Nam combat veteran. I have a long past in firearms experience. For those of you like me who got their early training with double action revolver shooting, don't be discouraged with this revolver's bad double action pull. It gets a lot better with breaking in.
Things I liked: Top of the line build quality. Perfect weight and balance. Trigger pull is very nice, and double action pull is super smooth. Extremely accurate.
Things I would have changed: Match the color of the cylinder to the rest of the gun. And offer wooden grips as an option. Otherwise it is perfect.
What others should know: Excellent, top notch replica, great for practicing target shooting.
Things I liked: I wrote one product review, which I now would like to update and have the other removed. For some reason this revolver, or I did not jive at first. I was having a terrible time getting it to group. I called Pyramyd Air, I called Umarex, and eventually was set on returning the product. But for some strange reason, probably me all along, the gun started grouping quite well. There is no question that the gun is very high quality an extreme pleasure to own and shoot. I should take a lesson from this and remember to take a little time to reevaluate products before jumping to a half baked conclusion. It's a great addition to the fourteen or so pellet handguns I own.
Things I would have changed: How about buy one and get the next one free.
What others should know: This trigger may lighten a little with time. For now it's a little heavier than my other guns, and just may have been the reason I was having such a difficult time at first. Once the trigger is properly learned, shooting gets much better.
At $300 , this pellet revolver is pretty, but is basically functionally no better than the $50 Crosman Vigilant, Perhaps a little better barrel ? But no top rail for a red/green dot ? That doesn't improve accuracy. At about 6 times the price ? S&W must be charging plenty for the right to use their name.
Will the 686 ever be available in a blued finish?
It was for a time blued as the 586, can't recall a 686 blued version though.
it might be called a model 19 if it were.
Anyone know where to get matching magazines? Airgun enthusiast willing to spend this kind of money on a air pistol would jump at the chance to acquire matching accessories!
They are listed right here: Smith & Wesson Cylinder ...
|Max Velocity||425 fps|