WG 4" Revolver CO2 Airsoft Pistol (Option)[Q13C01][033574 / CNB-701S- CNB-701]
The WG CO2 Pistol is an extremely durable and realist airsoft revolver. The entire thing is made completely of metal, except for the grip. The included rails are perfect for mounting shooting aids like optics and flashlights, just like real competition shooting revolvers. The imitation shells that hold the BBs are a fantastic addition to this gun's realism. Also included with the gun to make life easier is a speed loader for the shells to the chamber. WG has put together a fantastic airsoft pistol for a great price. Wth the money you'll save when getting this over an expensive Japanese variant, you can almost purchase an AEG!
Muzzle Velocity: 400FPS
Magazine Capacity: 6rounds, 1 per shell
Package Includes: Gun, 6 shells, manual and speed loader.
- Flashlight is NOT included.
- Gas is NOT included.
- Manufacturer: WG
- Muzzle Velocity: 380-400
This is an awesome gun. It is full metal except for the grip. It hits hard and is somewhat accurate. the fact that it has metal shells is cool even if it does make it just slightly less combat efficient.
-hits very hard (made my friend bleed)
-has decent range
-very efficient (can shoot AT LEAST 75 rounds to a CO2 canister)
-metal shells make it slightly less combat efficient
-fake wood grip looks kind of fake, but it is not that bad
Good gun, I am feared when I pull it out, the sound is deep and loud. Was not accurate when I first got it but I adjusted it, leaves huge welts and made a couple guys bleed, I recommend buying extra shells
-you will be feared on the field
-as heavy as my grandpas .38
-hard to close the gun only because the piece of the barrel keeps the air from escaping
-inaccurate at first
-you have to he use to only 6 shots
I've had this for over a year and a half and it fell apart. It started with the plastic handle breaking after dropping it once, which bent the screw to tighten the CO2 cartridge. Next, the pins that hold the rear sight fell out (the ones above the cylinder). Almost a year later the cylinder broke off while reloading and then the trigger stopped working.
At first it's an alright gun to use. After a decent amount of use it just gives up and falls apart. The rails are difficult to attach for reasons I have not figured out. The lower rail snapped in half trying to slide it on. With more effort this could have been a better built gun.
I would not recommend this to anyone, not even as a showpiece.
Removable Rails, upper and lower
Six-shooter airsoft gun
Relatively inexpensive gas revolver
Fell apart after a year of use
Pins fell out and were never seen again
Lots of plastic
Weak metal used for the rails