What a stunningly realistic airgun reproduction of the Tsarist Russian army’s 19th-century revolver! The firearm version was developed by Belgians Leon and Emile Nagant and was later used by Soviet soldiers after the revolution.
Speedloaders were not used in those days, and cartridges were inserted singly through a loading gate. That’s how soldiers reloaded their guns in the heat of battle!
You’ll marvel at this revolver every time you pick it up, even if you don’t have any interest in the historical aspects of the gun it copies.
- Silver finish
- Uses a 12-gram CO2 cartridge
- 7rd cylinder
- Full-metal body
- Double and single action
- Fixed front and rear sights
- 4.63 lbs. trigger-pull in single-action, 11.56 lbs. trigger-pull in double-action
- Textured grips
- Includes 7 realistic cartridge shells (each holds 1 steel BB)
- Barrel: Smooth bore
- Weight: 1.54 lbs
- Overall Length: 9.00″
- Loudness: 4-Medium-High
- Extra Shells- Search: PY-A-5535