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List Price $59.95 Save $10.00 (16%)
Colt Python 2.5" .357 Pellet/BB Revolver
The iconic Colt Python has been brought back to life. You already love the full size barrel version, now it's time to give the 2.5" a try!
With a realistic hammer that allows you to experience double or single action trigger feel and the ability to shoot BBs or pellets, the 2.5" Python does everything you want in a replica air pistol. The lighter weight and more maneuverable 2.5" version still has all the features of it's longer barreled brother, including the fully adjustable rear sight.
|Max Velocity||375 fps|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage & elevation|
|Trigger Action||Double-Action & Single-Action|
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Things I liked: Realistic look and feel. Like that it fires bb's and pellets.
Things I would have changed: Nothing
Things I liked: Feels like the real thing
Things I would have changed: awkward to load bb's. would change the way it loaded but can't think of how it could be done without taking away from how it looks
What others should know: No, good gun for the money
Things I liked: Sure it's a bit light - so is a Ruger LCR! Took my time after cleaning bbl and checking it out. Use a small Allen wrench to just press pellets enough to seat - at first kinda slow but after a few hundred pellets I get 10 loaded in less than a minute. Used enamel paint on front/rear sights. I'm into it maybe a 1000 shots after a couple weeks and often hitting in the 1"-2"ish range at 45'-50' targets. Don't mess with BBs in this one. Averaging about 60 shots at the aforementioned range per CO2 powerlet.
Things I would have changed: It is what it is - not bad for the $. Ok change to a Ruger LCRx .22 for $50! LOL
What others should know: A tiny dap of oil on every third or fourth CO2 powerlet. Try some Gamo Hunters and Match in it too - kinda surprised me after shooting the ammo that costs 2-3 times as much! LOL
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Is shooting BBs in rifled barrel a great idea?
A great idea....probably not, but can you do it, yes
Can use load pellets in the BB magazines?
Much plastic, but does not seem to affect performance. Metal in rifled barrel & lockwork. Metal where metal needs to be. Relax, it's inexpensive.
|Max Velocity||375 fps|