Well G293 CO2 Powered Revolver Airsoft Pistol (Black)[N01B00][34031 / G293]
Take a look at the Well G293 Revolver for an excellent choice of a unique pistol for your arsenal. This model is constructed out of metal to handle the pressure out of the CO2 powered airsoft gun. The revolver uses a standard six shooter shell setup, where each removable metal shell holds one BB, and must be loaded manually into the rotating cylinder of the revolver. Load a CO2 capsule in the hand grip and you are all set to fire away your shots.
Model: G293 Full Metal CO2 Powered Revolver Pistol Airsoft Gun
Muzzle Velocity: 390-400 FPS
Shell Capacity: 1 rd
Package Includes: Gun, 6x Shell
- Metal Construction
- CO2 Powered
- Functional Drum & Hammer
- Gas is NOT included.
- Manufacturer: WELL
- Muzzle Velocity: 390-400 FPS
- Magazine Capacity: 1 rd
- Package Includes: Gun, 6x Shells
At the time I am writing this I am the only reviewer of this gun, so I'll make this review as detailed as I can, although it may be a bit long.
This is actually a pretty decent little gun, and I was pleasantly surprised by it. Out of the box it feels very solid, and it felt pretty heavy at first. Unfortunately, it balances just over the trigger and feels very front heavy. This is easy to get used to, however it doesn't point very well.
The top-break action makes for smooth reloads, although it can be awkward at first. Releasing the cylinder and letting it fall naturally will only open it halfway with the shells propped up by the ejector, making it very easy to pull them out by hand and not lose them.
Fps is wildly inconsistent with .20g bbs, varying between 320 and 390 fps. I haven't chronoed it with .25s yet.
This gun hates .20s, I couldn't hit a large bucket at 20 feet using .20s. .25s are much better, and accuracy with .25s is similar to an Elite Force USP compact. I could hit small pieces of pvc pipe at 40 feet using .25s. It hops very consistently. Rounds tend to start dropping off at about 60 ft, and they fly pretty straight.
Because this is a non-blowback gun, it is very gas efficient. It can fire usually about 100 rounds on a single cartridge. The non-blowback action also means that it produces no recoil to speak of. I count this as a con, however that is strictly a matter of opinion as it does help accuracy somewhat. Trigger pull is long, but slightly lighter than other non-blowback guns I've handled.
The sights on this gun are pretty awful, which wouldn't be as much of a problem if it pointed well. Adding a bit of white or fluorescent paint to the front sight helps considerably.
Overall, I like this gun. It feels solid and heavy, but fits into the hand nicely. It takes some getting used to, but with decent accuracy and range and a quicker reload than other revolvers this has the capability to be a pretty competitive gun. I would rate this 5 stars, except for the inconsistent fps.
- Solidly built
- Decent accuracy
- Gas efficient
- Fixed hop-up
- Low price
- Inconsistent fps
- Poorly balanced, doesn't point well
- Poor sights
- Fixed hop-up
- Doesn't like .20g bbs
- No recoil
are extra shells available to buy along with the gun.
It comes with 6 but I will need more
657 days ago
(I have this same question)
We currently don't have spare shells available.
653 days ago