ID: 55684 (GP-WG-Herdwolf)
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The WinGun Herd Wolf revolver carbine bridges the gap between rifle and pistol. With all of the power and reliability found in the Win Gun line up of standard revolvers, the Herd Wolf improves upon this original design by adding a longer barrel, improving accuracy, power and range, a polymer stock which gives the shooter a more stable shooting postion as well as an integrated 20mm accessory rail mount for mounting scopes or red dots. Included with the Herd Wolf package is a low profile polymer bipod and a laser aiming module.
- Unique carbine design provides improved range, power accuracy and stability
- Integrated 20mm accessory rail allows for mounting of a variety of optics
- Durable metal and polymer construction
- Ergonomic pistol grip makes shooting comfortable
- Included bipod offers a stable shooting platform
- Laser aiming module provides for a quick shot reference
- High powered CO2 system
990mm x 150mmMuzzle Velocity:
530-600 FPS (Measured w/ 0.20g BBs and Co2)Magazine:
6 rounds. Compatible with WG/Dan Wesson 6mm revolver cartridges Gas Type:
Double action, SafetySystem:
Non blowback revolverHopup:
Gun, 6x cartridges, Bipod, Laser, and ManualManufacturer:
FPS Range: 530-600
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"Very well balanced between a pistol and dmr. Range is a problem if you can't compensate for the bullet drop past 100 feet with the .20 g rounds but once you are used to it the effective range is at about 170 to 200 feet. So far love it and would definitely recommend it.
"I've owned this sniper for a while now, over a year. While in service, it brought excellent power and accuracy over a good 100 foot range. Since there is no hopup, you have to remind yourself this is just a pistol with an extended barrel. The feel of the cartridges is great, and the overall feel is only the slightest wobbly, which can be tightened.
However, I had to decommission mine because an O-ring became loose. Since this is shoowing around the 600 fps mark, this is bound to happen eventually.
A good gun, with regular maintenance to be required.
"I just received my M117 after pre-ordering in August. Let me clear up a few things about it.
Included in the box is the gun (which is actually labeled the Model 711), 6 shells, a revolver speed loader, the bipod, laser, batteries for the laser and a small allen wrench to adjust the alignment on the laser. That’s it; no parts to convert to standard length revolver are included.
This gun has no hop-up, adjustable or otherwise.
That being said the gun does work well, it’s very accurate out to about 50 feet, any further and the lack of hop up causes the bb to drop quickly. It is double and single action just the same as the other Win Gun revolvers and the gun is very well balanced around the pistol grip allowing easy use with one hand. I don’t have access to a chrono, but based on comparison to my Win Gun 6” revolver which I’ve chronoed at 400 fps I’d say that the 530 to 600 fps with 0.2s is reasonably accurate.
The system to switch from carbine to revolver is very simple. The inner barrel, front plastic piece that includes the lower rail, and outer barrel all come off by simply unscrewing the outer barrel from the front of the “revolver” part. The inner barrel is pushed into the “revolver” part by a small spring on the muzzle end to maintain the air seal. A shorter inner barrel and screw cap (not included) can be attached in their place. A flip up front sight is even built into the upper rail of the revolver for use when the long outer barrel is removed. The stock attaches with two screws that can be removed to swap it out with a normal grip (not included) as well.
However there are some quality issues. The only thing that attaches the front plastic piece and the outer barrel to the “revolver” are the threads on the end of the outer barrel and this causes some wiggle between them and the rest of the gun. Also the rubberized pad on the end of the stock is pretty much hard plastic and the muzzle break is huge and not very good looking.
Those things aside this gun is really neat and useful if you want to target shoot in your yard or something like that, but its usefulness in a game is limited because of the lack of a hop-up. For the ranges you’ll be using it a regular Win Gun revolver will be equally as effective and easier to carry.
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