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1-year limited warranty
Earn 70 Bullseye Bucks
List Price $129.99, Orig.Price $99.95 Save $30.00 (30%)
as low as $13/month
*If the gun is cocked, the manual safety will not engage. For the safety to engage, the gun must be uncocked. If you cock the gun and then try to engage the safety, you will still be able to pull the triggerï¿½and the gun will shoot the projectile!
Steel BBs can ricochet. The shooter and everyone in the shooting area should wear safety glasses when a gun is being handled (even if it's unloaded). Remember to remove all pets from the area, as rebounding ammo can hit them, too. Never shoot steel BBs at hard objects (including metal targets) or water, as that increases the chance of ricochet.
|Max Velocity||450 fps|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage & elevation|
|Trigger Action||Double-Action & Single-Action|
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Things I liked: Good power and accuracy as well as being a nice replica type 357. The finish and realistic features such as swing out cylinder, working ejector and cartridges that look like actual 357s.
Things I would have changed: Fiber optic front sight would be nice for old guys like me. The trigger and hammer would look better if black and were not so sloppy.
What others should know: My SR lasted about 3 weeks before upper seal started leaking. I always used a drop of pellgun oil and didn't leave CO2 cartridge in gun after shooting was over. The single action works nicely but double action didn't. Sometimes very very heavy and other times would break too soon. My SNR worked well DA but not SA. It's so close to being a great gun(which I thought it was) but For the price it ought to last a lot longer than 3-4 weeks. I could live with the trigger you can wiggle side to side and hammer but needs to be more durable and hopefully last a couple of years.
Things I liked: The looks, feel and action of a true .357 Mag. Everything about this spot on. For the price you can't beat it.
Things I would have changed: Maybe the velocity but other than that nothing. Flawless.
What others should know: No matter if it's a airsoft, bb or an actual firearm these are all guns and should be treated that way. Always unload your weapon and check your chamber to make sure it's empty. Safety man, number one.
Things I liked: The realistic design, all metal construction, swing out cylinder, 357 size bb cartridges, finish, working ejector, power and accuracy. Plus the fact I get 100 shots out of one CO2 cartridge using BBs. I think this gun is a good value for the money. I've shot 800 rounds in two and a half weeks with no issues. Shooting off bench to steady my arm, I was hitting a half gallon milk jug at 67ft. four out of six shoots. The adjustable sights are handy since it did need some adjustment due to shooting to right. It's easy to hit soda cans from 30-40ft. free handed and has power to go through one side of a soup can. Considering I'm not a great shot this BB gun performs beyond my expectations.
Things I would have changed: Maybe tighten up the hammer that wiggles when not cocked. Doesn't effect function and no big deal. The sights are good but fiber optic would be better IMO.
What others should know: Both my SNR and SR seemed to shoot to the right until I adjusted the rear sights. The grips fit my large hand perfectly but might be too large for small hands. The grips when changing CO2 cartridge took some getting use to in the beginning. You have to pull from the bottom of grip and then swing grip up out of way. There grip does move a little so I put a small strip of tape to eliminate it. Be careful when grabbing the gun by back of grip. The gun's heavy and the grip can slide back and you may drop gun. I almost did.
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The silver SR357 is dual ammo but the SR357 black is usually not advertised as able to shoot pellets. Sometimes stated BB only. As far as I know the color/finish is the only difference in the two SRs. Both are smooth bore barrels as is the SNR357 which is dual ammo. With the pellet cartridges it should be able to shoot BBs without issues. Correct, or am I missing something?
|Max Velocity||450 fps|