ID: 21814 (GP-Valken-103883)
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Exempt From Coupons Features Heavyweight full metal construction Adjustable fiber optic rear sight Ergonomic molded grip covers with finger grooves Double action/single action Integrated safety/cylinder release Quick release 6rd metal cylinder design Hidden CO2 cartridge compartment under the grip
The Valken 6mm 2.5 CO2 revolver is a CO2 airsoft revolver that has everything you could want in an airsoft revolver. This Valken airsoft pistol is CO2 powered and functions similarly to a real revolver. The Valken 6mm revolver also comes with six brass cartridges and one speed loader to make faster reloads a snap. The cylinder holds six cartridges, and each cartridge holds one 6mm airsoft BB. The CO2 revolver can be fired in double or single action, meaning that the hammer can either be cocked back before each shot or the trigger can be used to cock the hammer and fire. We recommend our Valken 12g CO2 Cartridges for use with this Valken revolver.
Manufacturer: Valken FPS Range: 350-375 Specifications: Dimensions:
210mm x 145mm
1.76 lbs. / 798 grams
12 Gram CO2 Cartridge (Not included)
6 Shells, Single Shot
Gun, 6x Shells, Speedloader, and Manual
(Write a review) "The gun feels and functions like a real .38 revolver but don't expect to hit anything beyond 100 feet cause this thing is wildly inaccurate. Also, this doesn't take crossman co2 cartridges or dan wesson shells. You would be better off getting a dan wesson snub nose. "This is a lovely little revolver with some major issues.
At first glance it is a nice, solid gun and feels good in the hand. Pretty loud. Fires about 300FPS /-20 with included shells. Feels so right in the hand. The handle is solid, no wobble or give. CO2 screws in easily with no extra tools.
With that said, it has some pretty big issues:
1. It is incompatible with "short neck" CO2 cartridges, such as the Crosman's you'll find at Walmart and Dick's. It will struggle to fire properly with them, very hit or miss, lots of misfires, inconsistent shooting (sometimes they plop out at sub 200fps, sometimes they go 320fps), etc. Umarex long neck CO2 cartridges worked much better, with only the occasional misfire and less FPS variability over all.
2. Shell compatibility - None! - Valken shells are a hair (like measuring in milimeters) smaller than Dan Wesson high and low power shells - the rim is slightly narrower/flatter, as is the overall width of the shell. Dan Wessons will fit - high powers shoot on par with included shells, low powers in the 180 - 210fps range- but the shells will get stuck in the chamber (have to really force the shell ejector rod) and make it very difficult to cycle (think 15lb trigger pull) due to added length and tension against the rubber seal. You'll need Valken shells if you want to run this reliably.
3. The inner barrel appears to being on a floating spring system that forces the nozzle head into the chamber for a better seal ... and it sometimes gets trapped in the forward position, requiring me to stick something into the barrel to pop it back. Plus side is that you can do cool free spinning with an empty chamber when it is stuck forward, so this could be a good malfunction for cosplay/video making purposes, I guess?
4. Accuracy - as with all fixed hop-ups and revolvers, accuracy is very inconsistent beyond 20 feet, with hop being applied seemingly at random (sometimes wildly veering to the side, sometimes a hard drop, and sometimes an incredible upward trajectory).
Final verdict- as a back up hip or boot gun, knowing it's shortcomings and how to set it up, it could be a fun little side piece, but is probably best suited for cosplay and video production. If you want something more effective you should probably spend a little more and try something else. "TLDR, Valken only wants you to buy Valken stuff for this terrible revolver.
Got this thing to practice reloads and draws. This things terrible. So we're gonna go tip to butt on this thing. The orange tip is terrible, it fell out fairly easily, and was held in with glue. So it may be different for you but I got it and it fell off within the hour. I usually pull of the orange tip anyways so I didn't pay too much attention to it. This thing is wildly inaccurate, Sometimes it shoots so far off to the side I could shoot around a wall. The push rod doesn't push the rounds really far, only about 9 to 10mms. There's small protrusion that will catch one of the rounds and if you force it you'll launch your Valken Brand revolver shells required to fire it. The trigger is kinda bad, and i say that knowing that most triggers on airsoft guns are bad. The trigger reset after about 30 shots had two "stages" where the first stage would only rotate the cylinder and the second stage would pull/drop the hammer. The cylinder release is ok, it works. The handle is hard plastic and is garbage. It gets in the way of reloading with the speed loader and can catch on the speed loader. They recommend using Valken brand CO2 cause any other brand has about a 1 in 3 chance of sealing up and not spraying CO2 all over your hands. Write a Review
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