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Dan Wesson BB revolver
*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 trigger...and the gun will shoot the projectile!
**Each shell should be loaded with one steel BB and then loaded into the gun's cylinder.
If you like snubbies, get this Dan Wesson revolver! Its silver-colored frame and cylinder is so realistic, it'll fool just about everyone. Plus, the shells look like loaded firearm cartridges. Instead of primer, powder and a bullet, just load each one with a steel BB. The speedloader is a great tool that'll help you load fast so you can spend more time shooting and less time loading the shells.
The Dan Wesson CO2 BB revolver has a 2.5" barrel and textured grips. It's a great piece if you enjoy shooting firearms but don't want to go to the range for every session.
When shooting a BB gun, everyone in the vicinity should wear safety glasses. Never shoot at hard objects. Steel BBs easily ricochet, so everyone in the area must wear safety glasses. Remember to remove all pets before commencing to shoot.
|Max Velocity||318 fps|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage & elevation|
|Trigger Action||Double-Action & Single-Action|
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Things I liked: No question about the build quality of the Dan Wesson. Top drawer. All steel except the handle. Great weight and balance and very good accuracy for a 2.5" barrel. Very realistic. I like the closely matched thickness of the front sight to the notch in the rear sight. Too many CO2 guns have a needle-thin front sight that literally swims in the rear sight, making it hard to place a shot. This revolver lines up the sights and fills the rear sight notch so that you know you are well sighted.
Things I would have changed: Just the handle. I think one side of the handle should pop off to access the CO2 port would be better. That way the handle would be out of the way when loading a gas cylinder. As it is, the handle needs to be held in the up position to keep it out of the way. Not a biggie.
What others should know: Your Colt 357 magnum cartridges are too big to fit in this gun and Schofield cartridges are too small @ .055, .040, and .036, respectively when mic'd. You can fire Schofield cartridges but will not get full velocity because they are 4 thousands too small resulting in loss of air pressure and a low velocity shot. Get the Dan Wesson cartridges for this guy to shoot properly.
Things I liked: looks like the real thing. good for training.
Things I would have changed: nothing
Things I liked: The accuracy of this rifle is absolutely the best out of all of the rifles that I have. At 30 feet, my 16 shot groupings are less than the size of a dime. I also like the fact that there are quite a few add on's that are easily obtainable like sling and bipod. Though pretty much everything is made of plastic including the sites, it is remarkable how spot on this gun is.
Things I would have changed: I would easily pay $150.00+ for this rifle if the stock were made of wood. It is a shame that they did not take this gun to the next level like the Dan Wesson pellet revolver.
What others should know: The only mechanical issue I have with the gun is that the C02 cartridges sometime leak when I add fresh cartridges and I have to back them off until they stop and tighten them back. For ammo Exact Diablo 7.33 grain pellets work well for general back yard plinking but if you want a good punch at 25-30 ft with really amazing accuracy, shoot the Sig Sauer zero point 10.65 grain copper coated pellets through it. After you run 64 to 100 pellets through the rifle, it becomes a beast!
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what pellet version shells are used with this gun?
Is this the Crosman SNR357 CO2 Dual Ammo Full Metal Revolver ???
What are the recommended cartridges for this gun?
|Max Velocity||318 fps|
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