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Schofield No.3 CO2 Airsoft Revolver Gun

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$ 194.99

Total: $249.99

Manufacturer: Barra Airguns
Type: Airsoft
Powersource: CO2
Action: Single
Max velocity: 460 FPS
Front sight: Fixed
Rear sight: Fixed
Weight: 2 lbs

The Schofield No. 3 Black CO2 Airsoft Revolver is an exciting airsoft version of a replica of an old-fashioned gun used on both the frontier of the Old West and military campaigns. Based on a renowned US Army cavalry revolver, it is capable of velocities up to 460 FPS and yields hour after hour of fun when plinking in the backyard or shooting at targets. This airsoft gun uses a single CO2 cartridge as a power source and features the same top-break design as the firearm version modified by Major George W. Schofield. It uses metal airsoft BB cartridges loaded in the 6-shot cylinder to shoot airsoft BBs and offers operation very similar to the real steel version of the original model. Designed with excellent attention to detail, the No. 3 has features modeled after the authentic version, including all-metal frame construction for sturdiness and weight. It bears such a resemblance to the genuine revolver that it takes a second look to decide if it's an airsoft gun or if it's the actual firearm.


  • Full metal receiver with polymer faux wood grips
  • Shoots at velocities up to 460 fps
  • 12g CO2 powered
  • Authentic single action hammer
  • 6 round cylinder with ejector rod
  • Includes 6 realistic cartridges
Caliber:6 mm (.24 cal)6 mm (.24 cal)6 mm (.24 cal)6 mm (.24 cal)
FPS:450 and Above450 and Above450 and Above450 and Above
Ammo Type:AirsoftAirsoftAirsoftAirsoft
Power Source:Co2Co2Co2Co2
Ammo Weight:.20g.20g.20g.20g
Trigger Action:SingleSingleSingleSingle
Blowback Action:BlowbackBlowbackBlowbackBlowback
Barrel Length:12.7 cm (5 inch)17.8 cm (7 inch)12.7 cm (5 inch)12.7 cm (5 inch)
Options:5" Barrel7" Barrel5" Barrel5" Barrel

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Sep 04, 2021

CO2 Revolvers vs Pistols

I've seen a lot of CO2 blowback pistols, way more than CO2 revolvers and I've got to say; most of the pistols I've seen are difficult to maintain, jam often or straight up break. I own 2 blowback pistols myself and had a third that stopped cycling the first day I bought it; but my Schofield and my Dan Wesson Double Action, they're simple beasts. Easy to lubricate, there when you need an extra six shots because you somehow didn't get the job done with your 70 round magazine and accurate as heck. If this model was double action it would be perfect, but alas; historical accuracy is a big must for anyone who wants to own this gun. That or they play a lot of Red Dead.
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Aug 25, 2021
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Fun to shoot

This is a fun pistol and a pretty accurate representation of a real Schofield #3. It's reasonably gas efficient and has a nice CO2 loading mechanism where the allen key is build into the grip plate, so there are no loose tools. It's also machined so that the pressure screw for the CO2 system is recessed into the grip, quite unnoticeable to a casual observer. The orange tip is glued in, which is something that I think should be in the product description -- sometimes a tip is just screwed in, which is fine, but a glued in tip is a disappointment. Many of the details (screws, side plate, and so on) are just cast and not real but that's probably a good thing as breaking down the real Schofield is not something you'd really want to do unless you're a gunsmith. All the parts you need to move, do in fact move. It has a safety behind the hammer that is a modern addition, allowing you to lock out the trigger while you're loading, something fairly important on this replica since your weapon is charged with gas while loading (unlike an autoloader where the BB and the gas are in the removed magazine). The sight picture is surprisingly good considering it's a 19th century design -- the notch is of course small for the blade but the channel along the top of the gun guarantees a fairly dark field for the front sight and it's very easy to find and center rapidly. Since there's no action to operate it will shoot until the BBS literally just roll out the front of the gun. Overall I'm pleased -- nice heft, fun to shoot, looks cool. A little pricey maybe.
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