This gun is very powerful. I would only use this for target shooting, but you could use it in a skirmish if they will allow it.I would not recommend this gun to a beginner or for someone looking for a skirmish sidearm.If you are a person familiar with shooting real double action revolvers the trigger on this is junk. Yet if it is for combat the trigger doesn't really matter. If your airsoft club has no fps regulations this thing is nasty in CQB. I kept it concealed in one of our matches and whipped out and messed up a guys day with it. This gun will shred soda guns to pieces. When I first got it I was shooting of my back porch with .25 and dented my fire pit that is made out of copper. Over all, if you have the money and you want a gun to screw around with this is the way to go.
Built to last
Comes with a cheap speed loader
Not the greatest for training
Hard to conceal
Only having 6 shot could be a con depending on who you are. The gun is loaded with 6 shells with a bb placed in the tip of every shell then you have to put them all in the cylinder. Reloading in combat could be difficult with out losing any shells. LOOK BELOW AT MY RELOADING TIP.
IMPORTANT RELOADING TIP!!!!!
There is a way to reload the gun with out removing the shells, but is not the safest. First place the unloaded shells in the gun. Turn the revolver so it is facing you and you can look down the barrel. Look at the cylinder and you will see all the empty tips of the shells in the cylinder. Then you take your bbs and place then in the shells while their in the cylinder. This will prevent you from losing your shells and giving you the ability to reload faster.
HEY IDIOTS IF YOU DON'T HAVE A CLUE OF WHAT YOU’RE DOING, DON'T PLAY WITH AIRSOFT GUNS OR SHOOT ANY OTHER TYPE OF GUN UNTIL YOU LEARN. IF YOU DON'T KNOW IF YOU HAVE A CLUE I HOPE YOU NEVER PICK UP A GUN.
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]