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Remington 1875 BB/pellet revolver
After the Civil War, Remington revolutionized firearm ammunition with a cartridge conversion of its Model 1858 Army in 1869. The metallic cartridge-loading revolver was soon bested by Smith & Wesson’s new topbreak model in 1872 and Colt’s Peacemaker in 1873. Two years later E. Remington & Sons came blazing back with the new Model 1875; it was to become one of the most famous guns of the Old West.
This six gun is now available as a .177 BB/Pellet CO2 revolver. This nickel-plated replica joins the Colt Peacemaker and S&W Schofield No. 3 to create a trio of legendary Western arms in CO2 versions. The Model 1875 bears the Remington name and the classic lines that made it popular with cowboys, lawmen and outlaws alike, including Jesse and Frank James.
The CO2 models have the unmistakable styling evolved from Remington's 1858 Army Model. The Model 1875 loads like a real single action revolver with each BB or pellet cartridge inserted separately into the cylinder chambers through the loading gate on the right side of the frame. (Since the shells are loaded one at a time, speed loaders cannot be used). Once you're fully loaded, this gun is excellent for plinking cans and paper targets in your backyard.
The Remington Model 1875 CO2 revolver pays homage to the old west, and one of the most famous handguns in American history.
|Max Velocity||410 fps|
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Things I liked: The look and feel of the gun.
Things I would have changed: the packaging
Things I liked: THE GUN IS CLOSE TO THE EAL 1875 BLACK POWDER.
Things I would have changed: IF YOU CAN SHOOT PELLETS. , WHEN WILLL YOU COME OUT WITH THE RIFELD BARREL?
What others should know: DON'T WASTE YOUR MONEY IF YOU THINK THE PELLETS WILL BE MORE ACCURATE.
Things I liked: Excellent weight and feel. Nice accuracy. Excellent 6-shooter for the money.
Things I would have changed: As others have pointed out, I'm not a fan of the grips. No big deal but I'd like something with a little more "realism". Also, using pellets instead of BB's is not worth it.
What others should know: Oh ya! Don't waste your time with the pellets. I really can't figure out why one would want to use them anyway. Probably loose about 100 fps using the pellets vs the BB's for one, the other is the first time I used the pellets, four of the six didn't fire. Also, pushing the pellets into the cartridge caused two of the skirts to bend. I oiled the inside of the cartridges figuring a little lube would do the trick. Still had one pellet that got stuck. Quite frankly, with a smooth bore, what's the point? And yes, I tripled checked, I was using the correct cartridge for the pellets.
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Will crosman snr 357 shells work in the 1875
Yes, and they work quite well. They are marked differently on the back than the Crosman pellet shells so you have to be careful not to get them mixed up with the Crosman BB shells.
will this pistol ever be available in the uk?
Why no screws to hold the pistol grips in place, are they glued on? Are the grips with no screws historically accurate? Not trying to nitpick, looks like a nice pistol. Thanks!
The grip panels are held in place with metal clips, and a plastic tab.
|Max Velocity||410 fps|