Type: Airsoft Pistols
Manufacturer: Webley & Scott
Model: Webley Mark VI
Weight: 1.1 kg (2.4 lbs)
Barrel: 15 cm (6 in), non-rifled
Power Source: 12 g CO2 x 1
Ammo Type: 6 mm airsoft BBs
Ammo Capacity: 6 rounds
Buy the magazine: AVT1048
Trigger Pull: Great in both single and double action. For a shell-loading revolver, the double action is the best I have come across with next to no friction like I would usually find with these revolvers when shot in double action mode.
Build Quality: The Webley & Scott Mark VI Service Revolver has an all metal construction other than the plastic grips and internal seals. The fit and finish is excellent with a great overall weight held in hand. The only complaint I have is that the grips being a thin plastic seem low quality compared to the rest of this otherwise high quality revolver.
Realism: In terms of replicating a real steel Webley Mk VI .455, Webley & Scott did a really great job with their CO2 airsoft version. They even included a Small Arms Training Manual based off of the real steel variant. Webley based the Mark VI Service Revolver Pistol from the original blueprints with authentic licensing from the 1915 version. The only real tell that this is an airsoft revolver would be the small safety switch on the lower right side frame and the CO2 valve located right behind the hammer.
Comments: Another classic shell loading CO2 airsoft revolver—nothing wrong with that. I remember a time when finding a realistic revolver, even a modern version, was hard to do. Now we have a growing selection of realistic revolvers that replicate their original real steel variation with ultra realism. The Webley & Scott Mark VI Service Revolver Airsoft Pistol is no exception and makes for yet another option if you want a well-designed, functional, and ultra-realistic classic airsoft revolver.
|Caliber:||6 mm (.24 cal)||6 mm (.24 cal)|
|FPS:||400 to 450||400 to 450|
|Primary Material:||Full Metal||Full Metal|
|Barrel Length:||15.2 cm (6 inch)||15.2 cm (6 inch)|
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