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Colt Peacemaker Revolver (Single Action Army)
Read and see more on the Colt Peacemaker SAA CO2 Revolver in Dennis Adler's latest Airgun Experience Blog.
There's an error in the owner's manual. It says you must first put the gun on safe and then pull the hammer to half-cock to load the gun. That is incorrect. Once the safety is applied, the hammer does not move. So, don't put the safety on to load the gun.
A faithful replica of the original Colt Peacemaker!
You'll marvel at the realism of your Single Action Army revolver. Besides the incredible attention to detail on the gun, the box is also a nice surprise. It has a vintage look.
Unlike most other CO2 revolvers produced today, the Colt Peacemaker loads a bit differently. Like the firearm, the cylinder does not swing out. Therefore, each shell is loaded separately through a loading gate on the right side of the cylinder. To make the cylinder turn, you have to pull the hammer back to half-cocked. Then, rotate the cylinder to either load a full shell or remove an empty one (by pushing on the ejector rod). Since the shells are loaded singly, speedloaders cannot be used.
To load the shells, put one steel BB in the bottom of each. This is the opposite end of the shell than most other revolvers. Truly, a unique six-shooter!
|Max Velocity||410 fps|
|Max Shots per Fill||100|
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Things I liked: Well made; fit and finish. Site is easy and very accurate at 20 feet in homemade range in the garage. Waiting for our airgun range to open back up after the COVID-19 pandemic has passed. Want to test accuracy at 33 feet and beyond. Easy to load rear loader. Good feel and balance in hand. My brother so impressed he has ordered the John Wayne version.
Things I would have changed: Nothing, can't wait to show it off at the range!
What others should know: I got the BB version and very accurate with good, tight grouping in the bullseye.
Things I liked: Everything! This gun is a real joy just to hold & look at & it's a real hoot to shoot too. Nice Job.
Things I would have changed: Maybe an extra set of shells to practice the "old" way of reloading.
What others should know: If you're gonna start buying these cowboy guns you're gonna need lots of co2 cause they are just too much fun to shoot!!! Enjoy!
Things I liked: Everything so far. Could not be happier, this is an incredible piece of work, what a joy to shoot!!!
Things I would have changed: Well, it came as a smoothbore bb gun & that's what it is. There really is nothing to change. An extra set of shells would be nice to practice reloads just like the old cowboys did.
What others should know: The bb's load in the back of the shells so you can reload without removing the shells if you want. This is a pretty dang accurate shooter, awesome can killer!!! Plenty of fun & you get upwards of 100 shots per co2 bottle! Seems there are some guns that click 4 times instead of 3 & those are the ones some people are having issues with. Soon as I took it out of the box I checked to be sure I did not get a bad one. Before you fire the first round, just dry fire a few times to be sure the cylinder lines up with the barrel & you should be ok. Buy one & have a ball !!!
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My grandson stripped the hex wrench inside the grips. If I order new grips - will there be a wrench attached? Thanks!
Yes. The wrench is built into one of the grip plates.
Hey I was looking for a gun that is like the peacemaker. I found that you can change the barrel and since I play as a gambler I use the nickel finish one but I would like 3.5 inch barrel. The question how do you change the barrel P.S. Love keeping the west alive
We will be offering barrel /finish choice options for the Peacemaker in the near future.
I bought one from Pyramid Air for my Dad for Fathersday (to remind him of his youth) and he loves it. (order #7895599) It's been shot less than 200 times but I just noticed the barrel is loose and will move in any direction about 3 degrees. Despite being an engineer/machinist, without disassembly, I can so no obvious way to tighten it back up. How can I fix it as obviously it affects the accuracy greatly? - Thanks! - Jim
The barrel is pinned and glued in place. The glue fails. The pins need to be removed and a heavy duty epoxy like J B Weld used to anchor the barrel again.
|Max Velocity||410 fps|
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