5 Customer Reviews
by Joeseph B. on 02/05/2015
"This thing is actually pretty darn fun! I definitely gave this thing a 5 out of 5 because for me, it filled the exact role I wanted out of it. This airsoft pistol, unlike in the pictures, actually comes with a rather small orange tip that isn't too obstructive. I like this pistol because it gives the user the look, feel, and actions of a real, historical revolver (one that would have actually been used by early Americans migrating west in the mid to late 1800's) without coming anywhere CLOSE to the price of a gas revolver. Keep in mind, this thing is NOT field ready. It hardly shoots 10ft with the lightest of bbs. However, with the usage of individual cartridges to hold a single bb, the hammer cocking action, trigger pull, and reloading features that come with the gun standard, it makes a great little prop or backyard plinker for a fraction of the cost of a gas revolver. If you are looking to be that unique airsoft player on the field, this is NOT the gun for you. There are gas revolvers that perform great, their only downside being that they only contain 6 shots per reload. This gun however, is a great gun for someone looking to own a revolver and know what it feels like to shoot one, while still leaving them enough cash to go out and buy a semi-automatic GBB.
by Elvin L. on 01/04/2009
"Lol,yeah,the guy below me is right,it's pretty hard to cock,and I do have strong thumb muscles but then,you get used to it (_ ^_^ _) =3
by Elvin L. on 07/17/2008
"This is a good revolver at a good price,but just note that the hammer is hard to pull down lol.
by David T. on 09/02/2010
"This gun is ok. It's hard to pull back the hammer at first but you get used to it pretty quick, also i couldn't find a safety or a hop up anywhere which is to bad cuz after about 60 ft. the bb starts to curve. but it hits hard and is really reliable and cool lookin.
by Matt S. on 10/24/2008
"good gun while it lasts... too bad it only lasted about a week until the firing mechanism broke. and the dude below me is right, the hammer is herd to pull down and you cant just pull it with your thumb like in the movies. soo that makes it extremely hard to use two at once unless you have amazing thumb muscles. its also a little disapointing when you're screwed after only six rounds