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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: Great gun fun to shoot and looks and feels like the real thing
Things I would have changed: Not a thing
Things I liked: Beautiful chromed finish. Wonderful weight and feel. Action is wonderful 4 click cocking. Shoots to point of aim with steel BBs and H&N smart-shot.
Things I would have changed: Rifled barrel so it shoots pellets accurately. More power so it shoots pellets more reliably. Better specced gaskets on pellet shells so it will feed reliably.
What others should know: The trigger on my model is fairly heavy and has a lot of overtravel which takes some practice to control and not throw shots. My particular model will not shoot pellets reliably. The gaskets on the pellet shells (and BB shells for that matter) are too tight for the pellets to pass through. Depending on the type of pellet only half of them or less will fire through the gasket and even those are so weak that they will get stuck in a cardboard box. Most pellets that do fire wind up keyholing at only 6yds due to the smoothbore barrel. Mine shoots well with steel BBs and H&N copper coated smartshot. At 7yds I can keep most shots within a 2" target firing offhand. The BBs seem to have good power shredding a popcan no problem and punching through a cardboard backer afterwards. Overall I'm happy with the quality and accuracy using BBs. I just think its false advertising to say this pistol is dual ammo as it will not fire pellets reliably or with enough power to be useable.
Things I liked: looks good well made trhank you
Things I would have changed: nothing
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approx. how many shots from a co2 cartridge
I get 80 to 100 from 1 Umarex CO2 cartridge.
Are the ammo cartridges for the 1875 the size of a .45 or a .38 shell? I can't tell. Thanks.
Use a belt with cartridge loops for .38 Special.
Can you get spare grips?
Give Crosman a call, they should have them
|Max Velocity||410 fps|