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|Max Velocity||310 fps|
|Front Sight||Blade & Ramp|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage & elevation|
Things I liked: Look real , smooth action, good for its price
Things I would have changed: metal cardtridge so put more weight on the gun
What others should know: for beginner, or young boy -typically back yard shooting when speed is not necessary
Things I liked: good feel, accurate, nice power. over all its a fun gun.
Things I would have changed: Improve the safety. Mine doesn't work at all. it slides back like it's supposed to but the gun is still fully functional, ie the trigger works, the hammer works and it will shoot just like normal
What others should know: Its a good gun. Its a bit long for any kind of fast draw though. Over all I would buy it again, in fact I did. One for each hip.
Things I liked: Well, first and foremost, one would have to know I really like revolvers. This one I like for 2 reasons: one, it was a birthday gift, and two, my friends and I have a lot of revolver wars. This gun is accurate as long as you don't use the double action. It hits fairly hard. has a nice, smooth hammer pull, a realistic design, and is stronger than the springer I'd been using, by, well, a lot.
Things I would have changed: I personally do not like the sights on this gun. My rear sight is crooked. Doesn't ruin the aim, but it's an aesthetic thing to me. I would also rather it use inexpensive CO2 cylinders and not propane. I hate the smell of propane. Last, but not least, I would want it in nearly-full metal. I don't care about things like the handle being plastic, but give me a nice metal gun. Another aesthetic thing I don't like right now, is the gap between hammer and gun is quite large.
What others should know: First, this is realistic: it has 6 rounds. Don't buy a revolver, then complain that the round capacity is terrible. Revolvers don't have much for capacity. Second, you'll need propane or green gas to fire it. The major internal mechanisms are all metal, but the most of the gun is plastic. I also had to re-glue my front sight down, but that was my fault. I mentioned it to let you know it's a separate piece of plastic. The grip will also fit large hands with plenty of room to spare, and the 6 shells can be removed to load, or loaded while still in the gun. Personally, I'd say leave them in the gun unless you have a lot of money to spend on little plastic shells. You, like me, will probably dump them out like in the movies, at least once.
can I use co2 for this gun
No, the item is not made for CO2.
No, just green gas.
Yes, the item is plastic.
|Max Velocity||310 fps|