The Elite Force H8R is an aggressive looking revolver that packs impressive value. This polymer revolver comes with 5 10-shot clips and is CO2 powered for reliability. The CO2 cartridge is stored in the comfortable contoured grip. The muzzle end features a rail at 6 o'clock for mounting lights or lasers. There is also a 12 o'clock rail for a red dot sight. There is also a safety lever hidden behind the hammer for added security.
- Polymer body
- Top and bottom 20mm accessory rail
- In grip CO2
- Easy to change rotary magazine
- DA/SA action
- Integrated safety
- Ergonomic grip
210mm x 150mmMuzzle Velocity:
305 FPS (Measured w/ 0.20g BBs and CO2)Magazine:
10 rounds, EF H8R rotary clips Gas Type:
Gun, 5X Magazine discs, and ManualManufacturer:
*GBB 101: It is a good idea to let your magazine return to regular temperature before using it again for optimized performance. We recommend spare magazines for best performance on all GBB's.
FPS Range: 300-330
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About Elite Force / Umarex
Since 1972 Umarex has created a world of adventure for sport shooters, recreational shooters and hunters. Its high-performance, high quality models permit training under highly realistic conditions.
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"when I bought it I felt the trigger pull was too heavy and the capacity was too small to be useful in a game but I've learned very quickly to compensate for those things and 3 games later I've managed to get quite a few very satisfying kills ultimately I love this gun and if they would come out with a brushed steel or nickel plated version preferably with an adjustable hop up I would absolutely buy it again.
Pros: Fantastic gas consumption
Comes with five 10 shot interchangeable discs
Built in hex key
Plenty of rail space
Looks bad ass
Affordable spare "Mag discs"
Cons: no adjustable hop up (though there is a tutorial on YouTube to make one yourself)
You can't fan it cowboy style :(
"Bought this revolver / pistol a while back. This revolver does NOT have any form of hopup. The barrel is just a plain tube. Without the hopup, the H8r is pretty lackluster. Ill just give a quick P&C for the H8r in stock form and with a DIY hopup installed (the one Brainexploder shows in his youtube video)
- looks very nice. It turns heads and people are interested in it if that's what you like.
- feels sturdy even though the main body is polymer
- all the important bits are metal (barrel (aluminum). hammer, trigger etc. are metal)
- nice weight & feel
- very satisfying to shoot. can be both single and double action. Loud as balls. Scares the crap out of people.
- The mags / clips / thingemabobs (?) are skirmishable due to 10 shots per disc and relatively quick reloads
- very CO2 efficient. Did a full day of skirming on 1 CO2 cartridge. Reckon about 100-120 decent shots worth.
- sights are hard to line up (being all black)
- Range is pathetic. At 45-50 feet the bbs just fall down to the ground
- the built-in hex key is kinda crappy. Its gonna break on you sooner rather than later: make sure to bring a spare hex key.
- In case I haven't made it clear yet: NO HOP UP whatsoever.
- nearly useless for anything other than room-to-room style cqb gameplay
- price (for your $ 65 you get a revolver that is pretty much useless in most gameplay scenarios)
- Loud as balls (forget using this if you wanna be sneaky)
WITH DIY TDC HOPUP INSTALLED
- Same as above
- Range (with TDC hopup it fires accurately to 80-90 feet depending on how good a job you did installing it)
- Price (it has now become a $ 65 competative and skirmisable revolver that will put Dan Wessons to shame)
- Fun factor of using a steampunk-ish revolver
- Installing the hopup may be a bit of a chore
- if you mess up the hopup installation, your gun may suffer the consequences
- small screw in the top of the gun so eastetically the gun "suffers" if you re a nitpick about such things
Not worth the money unless you install a hopup. Without DIY hopup: nearly useless and all it has going for it is swag-factor. With DIY hopup: very nice value for you money and 80 feet (more or less) useable range depending on how good a job you did on the DIY hopup. Still looks and sounds badass.
"Shoots straight as an arrow and for the price you canít do better
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