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Schofield No. 3 CO2 BB Pellet Revolver Field Test Review

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Type: BB/Pellet air revolver.
Manufacturer/Distributor: Bear River.
Model: Schofield No. 3
Materials: Mostly metal with plastic grips.
Weight: 2.4 pounds. (1089 grams)
Barrel: 7 inch (178mm) smooth bore barrel.
Propulsion: 12 gram CO2.
Action: Revolver, single action only.
Ammunition Type: 4.5mm steel BB's and .177 Cal. Pellets.
Ammunition Capacity: 6 rounds.
FPS: 445fps.

Another Field Test Shooting Video Review coming for the Replica Airguns Sea Can Indoor Airgun Shooting Range! In todays Shooting Review I test out the Schofield No. 3 CO2 BB-Pellet Revolver using both 4.5mm 5/1 grain Steel BB’s and .177 Caliber 6.9 grain Lead Pellets to see how well they perform in velocity and accuracy. As always I use a brand new CO2 for my velocity testing and for reference the temperature during my testing in the Sea Can was 23 degrees Celsius or 73 degrees Fahrenheit. For my accuracy portion of the shooting test I use a rested and seated shooting position shot 30 feet away from my fresh paper targets.

Overall the Schofield No. 3 CO2 BB-Pellet Revolver shot well for me, the trigger is nice and short and light making placing your shots easy, of course since it is a single action only trigger you kind of need to reset yourself between every shot which can effect groupings just a bit. Since the barrel is not rifled with no danger of damaging the rifling, you can really shoot what ever ammo type you feel like shooting or have on hand and since Schofield No. 3 CO2 BB-Pellet Revolvers get about the same speed and accuracy then it really doesn’t matter that much at the end of the day!

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