Airsoft revolvers are ‘classic’ weapons, and modern airsoft players generally opt for more powerful semi-automatic pistols, however, they look too cool to be ignored!
We stock a good range of 19th-century style revolvers which make great backup guns!
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Airsoft Revolver Overview
Airsoft revolvers are a type of airsoft gun that resembles a revolver in both form and function. They are made to look like the real thing, but they are actually quite different.
Airsoft revolvers are made out of plastic and they use 6mm BBs as ammunition. They typically have a capacity of 6 rounds, although some models can hold more. Airsoft revolvers are spring-powered, meaning that they must be cocked before each shot.
This can be done by either pulling back the hammer or by cocking the gun itself. Airsoft revolvers are single-shot only, meaning that you can only fire one BB at a time
How To Fire An Airsoft Revolver
To fire an airsoft revolver, you simply pull the trigger. The BB will then be released and travel down the barrel towards the target. Airsoft revolvers are generally considered to be lower-powered than other types of airsoft guns for sale, such as electric or gas-powered guns
This is because they use a less powerful spring to propel the BB. However, they are still capable of firing BBs at speeds of up to 400 feet per second.
Airsoft revolvers are generally more accurate than other types of airsoft guns, due to their shorter barrel length They are also quieter than other types of airsoft guns, making them ideal for covert operations or stealth games.
Which Airsoft Revolver Should I Choose?
We have always wanted a great selection of airsoft revolvers as it’s a limited category on the airsoft market.
We stock some of the most popular and best manufacturers of airsoft Revolvers, Most notably the ASG Dan Wesson 715, The classic SAA Peacemaker Revolver by King Arms and the brand new Chiappa Rhino 50DS.
Airsoft Revolvers typically take six individual shells in the cylinder with a BB in each one much like the real thing, one exception we have is the Elite Force H8R revolver which takes round disks that hold 10 BBs in each.
Most of these are powered by either CO2 bulbs or standard Predator Ultra Gas. We try to make sure every CO2 pistol we sell is within the UK FPS limits for airsoft sites, but if not then 6 Shooters make power restricting products to lower or increase the FPS.
The range of an airsoft revolver is typically shorter than that of other types of airsoft guns, due to the shorter barrel length. However, they are still capable of firing BBs at speeds of up to 400 feet per second.
The capacity of an airsoft revolver is typically 6 rounds, although some models can hold more.
You can cock an airsoft revolver by either pulling back the hammer or by cocking the gun itself.
Yes, airsoft revolvers are single-shot only.