Type: Airsoft Revolver
Model: Dan Wesson 8 Inch Grey/Black Airsoft
Materials: Mostly metal
Weight: 968g (2.25 pounds)
Barrel: Metal, non-rifled
Power Source: 12g CO2 x 1
Action: Revolver, single and double action
Ammo Type: 6mm plastic airsoft BBs
Ammo Capacity: 6 rounds
Trigger Pull: The ASG Dan Wesson Airsoft Revolver has a predictable trigger with the single action being a bit lighter and more consistent, not just in feel but also in terms of FPS. Double action shooting is very usable without a lot of extra pressure required and makes for fun consecutive shooting albeit you will run out of ammo pretty quick compared to many high capacity semi-auto styled airguns.
Accuracy: I shot the Dan Wesson Airsoft Revolver at a target from 20 feet away in a semi-rested position, and it performed excellent, getting a 1.5 inch 6 shot grouping dead center in the bull's-eye! The sights are fully adjustable for elevation and windage so getting these guns centered on the bull's-eye if you were out a bit would be very easy. My Chrony testing for the Dan Wesson Airsoft Revolver with a six shots averaged result was 399 FPS.
Build Quality: This detailed revolver is extremely well built! All the Dan Wesson Revolvers are almost all metal with just a few components made out of plastic, like the handle and CO2 screw tab. The handle feels like a cross between plastic and rubber but is basically plastic with a coated paint on it that can wear off with long term use so try and go easy on the grips. The finish on the six inch silver Dan Wesson is amazing and looks just like polished stainless steel. Very nice indeed!
Realism: The ASG Dan Wesson BB revolvers are as close as you can get to a real six shooter, ASG didn't leave out any details and has really brought us an extremely believable CO2 revolver that mimics the real steel in almost every way! Loading and ejecting actual brass shells into the cylinder makes you feel like this gun is much more than an unassuming airgun!
Comments: I wasn't really a revolver person until I got my Dan Wessons'! They are really fun to shoot and yes you only get to fire off 6 shots at a time but the reloading is kind of fun and adds to the realism of shooting a revolver styled gun. The other benefit to taking breaks every 6 shots to reload is the time it allows your CO2 and gun to warm up which increases the overall FPS and shots per CO2. I am not sure if a large six shot revolver is the way to go when in a high intensity airsoft game but I can tell you when you're on the other end of the barrel of one of these you are probably not thinking how many shots does he have left.
|Caliber:||6 mm (.24 cal)||6 mm (.24 cal)|
|FPS:||400 to 450||400 to 450|
|Primary Material:||Metal & Polymer||Metal & Polymer|
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