Caliber: .177" (4.5mm), Upgrades: Faux wood grips, Schofield No. 3 CO2 BB revolver, includes 6 realistic shells
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Schofield No. 3 CO2 BB revolver
Read and see MORE ABOUT THE SCHOFIELD No. 3 CO2 BB REVOLVER in Dennis Adler's latest Airgun Experience Blog.
This 6-shooter is an authentic replica of the famous Schofield No. 3 designed by Army Ordnance officer, Major George W. Schofield of the 10th Cavalry.
The U.S. Army ordered thousands of the Schofield No. 3, and many were used by the 4th Cavalry in the Geronimo campaign and by the Buffalo Soldiers of the 9th and 10th Cavalry. The revolver was popular among horse soldiers because of its top-break, rapid ejection system.
The Bear River version of this legendary gun features the same top-break design and will bring you hours of plinking fun.
|Max Velocity||445 fps|
|Max Shots per Fill||100|
|Upgrades||Faux wood grips|
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Things I liked: Right off the bat I was surprised by the weight of this gun. It seemed heavy after handling the Colt Peacemaker. However it is well balanced and felt good in my hands. I love the way the gun opens for a reload. Much-much quicker than the Colt, and in the old west days I can see where that would be a big advantage over the Colt. As far as that goes, in my opinion it even reloads faster than any of the revolvers out there. I guess that's why up until now I liked my Webley Mark VI the best for revolver shooting. Don't get me wrong. I still love my Webley Mark VI, but now I've got a new gun to love just as much. I'm very happy with this gun and I'm very satisfied with my purchase. .
Things I would have changed: The only thing I would change on this gun is the gun metal gray that it comes in. I thought it was going to be black like my Webley Mark VI. I bought the ivory grips for it and haven't used them because they don't look right with the gun metal gray of this gun. The faux wood grips that come on it that look very much like real wood are a much better fit with that color . I may strip and polish the whole gun at some point and have it anodized. I done that with my 8 inch Dan Wesson and it looks great now. However be ready to shell out $100 for it if you decide to do that because that's what they charge for it. No regrets though because the finish looks much better than the silver ones that you can buy.
What others should know: It will take a bit of getting use to, but once you do. With a bit of practice and some sight correction you'll be putting BB's dead center on target. I have nothing bad to say about this gun other than the gun metal gray that it comes in. Of course that's a personal preference and I won't fault the gun for that. Thus my high scoring of the gun. If you want a flat up great revolver that will give you hours and hours of fun then you must get your hands on one of these. A piece of history that I'm thrilled to own and shoot. The next best thing to the real one.
Things I liked: I read all the hype and didn't think it was so great at first but after looking at it and firing it I get it. m It is well made and good trigger
Things I would have changed: for the price nothing for a price I would prefer a blued version
What others should know: It grows on you
Things I liked: Reminiscent of the Schofield revolver which lends to the fun. Nice heft. A little forward weight at the muzzle which is enough to help steady the hold. Trigger is a nice three pound let off without creep. Accurate for ripping soda cans completely in half during basement plinking sessions. Have yet to rest it for more serious accuracy tests. I do plan on doing that in a side by side comparison to my Webley at 20 and 30 feet.
Things I would have changed: As it comes I wouldnt change anything that might be forcing a price increase. Wood grips, nice box, a firearm type blued finish etc. would do nothing for the actual revolver. It would only raise the cost substantially without improving on the quality of what really matters.
What others should know: Only two things of importance. Get a 6mm hex key and keep it with your kit. I can understand why others do it and its advice worth noting. A swipe of flat black paint or similar along the top of the front sight might help alleviate some glare. That and..... Order some pellet cartridges to go with it. You’ll be glad you did.
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I heard that this shoots bbs and pellets. I'm not interested in bbs and by pellets I usually think of airsoft. Is it able to fire airsoft pellets?
The Schofield shoots .177 cal projectiles.BB's,.177 pellets. There are .177 cal airsoft plastic BB's but most are 6mm. They can not be shot thru the Schofield.
I have had one of these for 3 years and loved it. However, it suddenly severely started leaking Co2. Yoy can hear the hissing, and it takes about 5 minutes to empty the cartridge.Is there something I can do to correct this?
The seal kit ASG Repair Kit, For Dan... $9.99 may have the seal you need to fix the Schofield.
how many shots with one co2?
|Max Velocity||445 fps|