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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 overall look and feel are awesome and could pass for the real deal to the untrained eye. Almost free of sharp edges. I like the chamfer on the front of the cylinder. It will hit soda cans at 60 feet no problem. Fairly quiet, easy to load, and shoot.
Things I would have changed: I would get rid of the blister pack and supply the gun in an appropriate box. I would lighten the trigger pull, mine is fairly heavy. I would guesstimate about 6-7 lbs.
What others should know: When I loaded mine for the time 3 out of 6 shells would not chamber. I tried some other shells and they fit. After shooting the first cylinder the problem disappeared. I also noticed the cylinder has a tight spot when cocking the gun and you can see scraping on the recoil shield. I think with some use it will wear in and be okay. I shot Hornady BB's, weight unknown, and RWS Basic 7.0 gr pellets. Accuracy was erratic due to high spreads in velocity. It was in the 50's when I was shooting so I didn't expect much velocity. BB's averaged 330 fps with a high of 392 fps and low of 252 fps. Pellets 7.0 gr averaged 280 fps with a high of 313 fps and low of 260 fps. The high spreads showed on the target right away with a vertical spread. I think this will improve after the gun is broken in. Overall, a nice, fun, gun to shoot and enjoy.
Things I liked: Pistol has a very nice feel and heft. For a smooth bore pistol is quite accurate, grouping BBs in a 2 inch or less group at 10 yards. And also groups the pellets well at that distance. Great can plinker. Feels and functions like the real revolver. Good shot count, with at least 70 good shots per 12 gm CO2 cartridge.
Things I would have changed: Nothing, all it needs is a good boom and recoil in the hand. Makes me wish I had the real deal.
What others should know: Buy it, you will love it. Quite accurate for a smooth bore pistol, and a very nice replica to add to any collection. A great pistol, and well worth the purchase price.
Things I liked: Everything! The weight, feel, realism, shootability, & for a smoothbore it is pretty dang accurate too!!! I love this gun, a real joy to handle&shoot.
Things I would have changed: Give us a rifled barrel & an extra set of pellet shells to really get the hang of reloads & us old gun guys would just be tickled to death!!!
What others should know: You can reload the pellets without removing the shells if you want & you do not want to keep firing once the air starts going down or you risk getting a round stuck in the barrel. Don't miss all the fun. Get one or 2 of these babies & have a blast !!!
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Is this single or double action? tks Bob
Single Action - you have to cock it before pulling the trigger to fire.
the main spring on mine just went anyone know where I can find a replacement?
How can I replace the CO2 setting screw tool I lost mine or does anyone no the hex size and I will just get a new one at the store.
The hex key is a standard 6mm.
|Max Velocity||410 fps|