Only 6 shells are shown, but there are 12 shells that come with your revolver.
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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: I'm new to airgun shooting. I wanted a BB pistol that was accurate and fun to shoot, like my Daisy CO2 200 was. This gun fits my needs. Very accurate, less expensive to shoot than my 357. I don't find the weight of the 8" too difficult to manage, even after several hundred shots. And it is easier to aim with the adjustable sights on the gun.
Things I would have changed: The speed loader doesn't fit well, but works adequately. I have two, and they both work the same.
What others should know: Grab the grip near the base to open it for the CO2 cartridge access. Otherwise it is more of a struggle. Also, make sure the CO2 cartridge snaps into the grip space before screwing it in. I lost a cartridge by not doing that. Also, make sure the BB's snap into the cartridge. Get more than 6 cartridges. I bought 12 initially and am buying more now. This is a great fun gun!
Things I liked: The feel and balance make this gun real fun to shoot. Accurate..... read on
Things I would have changed: The barrel has some play in it which I soved by removing the pins and spreading the and reinstalling.
What others should know: The bullets that hols the bbs ware down with use buy extras and I found steel bbs work the the best. Look up mods on you tube for this gun it is worth it
Things I liked: Looks good, feels good in my hand, color is gray, not black, but I like it, speedloader works well, pretty accurate at 20 feet indoors, rail holds a red dot.
Things I would have changed: The cylinder is a bit wobbly and it moves around too much. Not sure how to fix it. The hammer also is not solid. That being said, they work fine. Trigger is heavy, but OK, a nice break. A lighter trigger would be really good on this gun.
What others should know: I have three of these pistols. The Dan Wesson 6" silver, and the 8" 'black', are functionally very close. I'd have to say the 8" is a bit more accurate because of barrel length but it is more muzzle heavy. I use a rest for the 8" because it's tiring without one. For $90-$120 dollars these guns are really beautiful. My third for comparison sake is a Smith & Wesson true black 327 TRR8 and that is my favorite. It shoots the best, looks great, and feels great in my hand. The construction of the 327 seems to have more integrity than the Wessons. All three are essentially the same gun which you probably know if you are shopping for one. This 8" and the 6" tie for second place, still good.
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Which one is more recommend, the 6 inch or 8 inch, I don't mind the size I'm talking performance wise
Does it come with a orange tip here in America?
No airsoft pistols only ?
Is it normal for the retractable forcing cone (what connects the barrel to the cylinder) to move when you shoot? If I look at the gun from the side while shooting, I can actually see the cone retract towards the barrel with each shot as well as some co2 escape once the cone retracts. I some how feel it shouldn't.
oh, btw, and I´m not refering to its movement on double ation shooting, I mean it on single action, after the cone is already set on the chamber.
|Max Velocity||426 fps|