Type: Blank Pistols
Materials: Mostly Metal
Weight: 462 g (16 oz)
Barrel: Front Firing, Semi-Plugged
Propulsion: Gun Powder
Action: Double Action
Ammo Type: .380 Crimped Blanks
Ammo Capacity: 5 Rounds
Trigger Pull: The trigger pull on the RG-59 in single action is very light with virtually no take up at all. It has a medium to heavy, yet smooth double action trigger.
Build Quality: The overall build quality for the ROHM RG-59 blank gun is excellent. Being German made it's built to last and the fit and finish is very good. There are steel parts where they need to be like in the barrel, pins, screws and reinforcing parts, the rest of the gun is generally made out of a zinc metal with only the grips being plastic.
Realism: The ROHM RG-59 is not an exact replica of any given gun in production as this would make importing it into Canada even more difficult, but it does share similarities with some real guns in production. It has that Smith & Wesson Snub Nosed Revolver look to it. As for looking like and working like a real gun, it does this very well, with the exception of the dangerous bullet coming out of the barrel!
Comments: As with pretty much all blank guns, this gun is mostly for show so it all comes down to how does it look and does it go bang when it's supposed to! The RG-59 revolver feels solid and the mechanical parts are tight and smooth, giving a confident feeling in the hand. I like the larger caliber blanks over the .22 crimped blanks as they have a bigger bang, but they will set you back in the cost department a bit more as the price for .380 blanks will be a lot more, so keep this in mind when choosing a blank gun. If you're looking for a well-made and dependable blank pistol then you really cannot go wrong with any of the ROHM blank guns.
|Caliber:||9 mm PAK (.35 cal)||9 mm PAK (.35 cal)|
|Primary Material:||Full Metal||Mostly Metal|
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