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ASG Dan Wesson CO2 Pellet Revolver

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$ 218.49

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Type: Pellet Revolver
Manufacturer: ASG
Model: Dan Wesson 6-Inch Silver
Materials: Full Metal
Weight: 1014 g (2.3 lb)
Barrel: Rifled
Power Source: CO2
Action: Single and Double Action
Ammo Type: .177 Lead Pellets
Ammo Capacity: 6 Rounds
FPS: 426

Trigger Pull: This ASG Dan Wesson Pellet Revolver has a predictable trigger with the single action being a bit more consistent since the take up is short, and the release is fairly light. Double action mode is very usable without a lot of extra pressure required. I found I just wanted to shoot this gun in single action mode because it felt more natural being that it is a six shooter. You also want to take your time shooting since loading the pellets into each shell and then the shells into the cylinder takes a bit of time.

Accuracy: Based on the exceptional results I got shooting my Dan Wesson Steel BB versions from 30 feet away, I should be able to crack an inch or two 6-round grouping if my shooting is on. In terms of FPS performance, ASG claims the pellet versions to shoot around the same velocity as the steel BB versions. With that in mind, this should give the Pellet shooting Dan Wesson's the advantage for raw power, since the lead pellets are heavier than steel 4.5mm BB's.

Build Quality: Like the entire Dan Wesson Revolver line from ASG, the pellet series is no exception and the fit and finish is very good. Most of the revolver is metal with the exception of the grips which are a plastic with a bit of a rubberized texture to them. The modified rifled barrels are made out of hardened steel and similarly so are portions of the newly designed pellet loading shells. Overall these are improvements to the quality of the pellet shooting Dan Wesson Revolvers over the BB and Airsoft Dan Wessons.

Realism: The ASG Dan Wesson revolver is as close as you can get to a real six shooter. Loading and ejecting actual shells into the cylinder makes you feel like this gun is much more than an unassuming airgun! If you want that real revolver experience than a shell loading Dan Wesson is the way to go, and the addition of a rifled barrel and lead pellets to the Pellet firing version should make the shooting experience even better.


  • It's a revolver with actual shells! Gives you the feeling of a real 6 shooter
  • Almost all metal design
  • Lots of detail in this gun, very well made, fit and finish is very good
  • Should have good power and good accuracy. Even better than the BB versions!
  • Adjustable rear sight for windage and elevation
  • Barrel and shell redesign are a big improvement over the BB shooting versions


  • Has a plastic CO2 screw tab
  • Loading pellets does take longer than the BB versions
  • May use more CO2 per shot than the BB versions because of heavier ammo

Comments: I am impressed with how ASG did the redesign of the inner barrel and pellet loading shells for this revolver. It is obvious that ASG didn't just grab some parts of the shelf and quickly modify a BB version to shoot pellets. ASG did it right and you can see the new adapted parts are of high quality and are even an improvement over the BB versions in many ways. On paper the pellet shooting Dan Wessons should be more accurate especially out at further ranges than the BB shooting Dan Wessons and the pellet versions should also hit the target with more force since they shoot a heavier projectile at around the same FPS

Caliber:4.5 mm (.177 cal)4.5 mm (.177 cal)
FPS:400 to 450350 to 400
Ammo Type:PelletPellet
Trigger Action:DoubleDouble/Single
Blowback Action:Non-BlowbackNon-Blowback
Rear Sight:AdjustableAdjustable
Primary Material:Mostly MetalMostly Metal
Barrel Length:6.35 cm (2.5 inch)14 cm (5.5 inch)
Options:2.5 Inch6 Inch

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Jun 27, 2020

Great Revolver

One of the better revolver replicas in my opinion. A bit on the pricier side, but the construction of the shells and the rifled barrel are understandable for cost increase. I had to slightly adjust the sights when I first started shooting it but other than that is is great. Very important however that you purchase the Dan and Wesson rear loading shells in the 25 pack. They are more powerful and you are going to need extra shells anyway, unless you want to reload pellets every 6 shots.
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Apr 19, 2020

Great replica

When using the shells for the 715 in this gun, you will see a 80 percent increase in FPS. The stock front loading shells can be tossed pretty much. Other than that, this is a quality item, a must have.
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Nov 06, 2019
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What a beauty.

I absolutely love this gun. Dead on accurate. Fit and finish is superb. Despite other reviews, you are able to spin the cylinder with cartridges in it. I guess they fixed the clearance issue in subsequent models. The shells are all metal. They are dimensionally identical to a .357 magnum cartridge. I chambered a .38 and a .357 mag cartridge in this gun as though they were made for it. The ONLY negative things I can say about this gun is about the plastic CO2 seating screw handle. Why did they do that?! The grips feel a little cheap too. I've got rosewood grips on order for mine. $100 on EBay. Those will make a world of difference. AND the supplied speed loader is too big! You have to put the shells in on angle and let them go halfway in. Again...why?! A REAL .38 or .357 speed loader works perfectly. I happen to have some, so it's no big deal for me, but it would be another expensive fix if I went out and bought them just for this gun. I wouldn't have bothered otherwise. Sure, loading the pellets in those cartridges is a pain, but that's the price of realism. Make sure you order at least a dozen extra cartridges. You won't regret it.
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ASG Dan Wesson 6 inch Silver & 8 inch Black Pellet Revolver Table Top Review

ASG Dan Wesson 6 inch Silver & 8 inch Black Pellet Revolver Table Top Review

52 - 11/19/2021 11:35:49 PM

I have already done a Table Top Review for the Dan Wesson 6 inch Silver & 8 inch Black Pellet Revolvers so make sure to check that review out if you are interested in some close up video of these two ASG Pellet Revolvers, I also include the specifications for both CO2 Pistols. You may also want to take a peek at my head to head test between the Dan Wesson 8 Inch and Umarex S&W 327 4.5mm Steel BB versions as a comparison between Pellet and BB performance using similar Airguns. So getting back to this ASG Dan Wesson 6 inch Silver & 8 Inch Black Pellet Revolver Field Test Review, how did they perform? Well not that well in my books, the fps performance was just way too low and way too inconsistent, with a 6 shot Chronograph Test I got an average fps of 259 for the 6 inch and 188 for the 8 inch, that's right the longer barrel revolver actually performed worse! My explanation is that just not enough CO2 is being released by the CO2 valve to get the heavier and more snug lead pellets to a high enough velocity. And having a longer barrel is actually creating more resistance slowing down the lead pellets. If more CO2 was introduced, more expansion would take place which would take full advantage of the longer barrel. Read full article here: Buy Dan Wesson Revolvers in Canada: Buy Dan Wesson Revolvers in the US:

ASG Dan Wesson Pellet and Gletcher TT and P08 Update Preview Video

ASG Dan Wesson Pellet and Gletcher TT and P08 Update Preview Video

44 - 11/20/2021 9:03:53 PM

Yes! Some new guns for you, and that's always a good thing for everyone, especially me since I get to play with them! I have been waiting a while to get my hands on some of the .177 caliber pellet shooting versions of the Dan Wesson Revolvers. I was actually introduced to them nearly a year ago at the last SHOT Show back in January of 2014! That's a long wait for sure... The Pellet version Dan Wesson's look really good, the quality of the pellet shells is top notch and even the redesigned inner rifled barrels look to be very high quality. ASG did not just do a quick part swap, they really though out how they wanted everything to fit together. I am looking forward to seeing how well they shoot and will be Field Testing them both together so we can see how the barrel lengths play an effect on power and accuracy. Read full article here: Buy Dan Wesson Revolvers in Canada: Buy Dan Wesson Revolvers in the US: Buy Gletcher Pistols in Canada: Buy Gletcher Pistols in the US:

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