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|Max Velocity||426 fps|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage & elevation|
|Trigger Action||Double-Action & Single-Action|
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Things I liked: good ! work great, no problem with it at all.
Things I would have changed: nothing
What others should know: nothing ! its a good revolver for display and backyard playtime
Things I liked: Excellent replica of the "real steel" version, very good "fit and finish", realistic cartridges and loading. Easy on CO2
Things I would have changed: The hand grip could be more realistic and have a more secure closure system.
What others should know: This is a very accurate replica, with nice weight, great feel in the hand , and very accurate. Highly recommended!
Things I liked: Accuracy.
Things I would have changed: The speed loader doesn't work and the rail mount for a red dot has to be mounted after the gun arrives. You can only have it set up for either iron sights or the optic rail can be on but not both like the earlier models.
What others should know: I have an older one of these when it was a Black Opps brand and it it much better. It also has scope rail already mounted that can be used as iron sighted as is without mounting optics. It was a much better system then than now before they switched over to Dan Wesson name and "improved" it. Sure would like to know why they did that.
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Does it shoot pellets I thought I saw a video where he shot pellets from this gun?
Can you spin the cylinder once you close it in the gun?
Yes, but only when you move the lock a bit so the cylinder is not locked in place.
Which one is more recommend, the 6 inch or 8 inch, I don't mind the size I'm talking performance wise
Since this gun does have the rod all the way to the muzzle, 8" may give a bit more power than the 6"///but not much different I suppose...since they both are just CO2 powered and smooth bore. I own the 8" one and it is hard to fine a case for it....too long....but very cool to hold it in hand~~~~
The 8 inch barrel would have a slight edge in the accuracy department.
|Max Velocity||426 fps|