Dan Wesson 6" revolver replica
The Dan Wesson 6" revolver replica was made from durable plastic and steel. The body, the barrel and a part of the foregrip are made of metal. The grip covers and the shells are made of plastic. The replica is powered by one CO2 capsule and the first given shots may result in a BB pellet going out of the barrel with a muzzle velocity of even 510 FPS. Nevertheless, the replica stabilizes the muzzle velocity of 470FPS with the next shots. The set includes a body mounted RIS rail which allows the user to mount additional accessories on a 22mm standard RIS rail. This revolver has a magazines that holds six shells for 6mm BB pellets.
The set includes
- Dan Wesson 6" replica
- 22mm RIS rail
- Shell speed-loader
- 6 pieces shell set
Replika rewolweru Dan Wesson 6"
Metal + plastic
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Gas propulsion - CO2 12g
It is the spped of bb, while its leaving the innerbarrel of replica. This speed is measured in FPS (Feet Per Second).
1 FPS = 0,3 m/s
1 J = 99 m/s
1 J = 326,7 FPS
The length of the replca is measured between the two most distant points of each other. Different models have several of these values, because of its design allows to increase or decrease it length (eg. folding stock or extended flash hider).
This is a value that includes the weight of the replica, magazine and other accessories that are include in set without a battery, charger, cleaning rod, etc., etc.
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Hop-Up system is used for overclocking bb during the shot (putting it in rotation), through which, it extends its flight path. Acting laws of physics make that bb lift up, while the gravitational force take it down. Appropriate adjustment of Hop-Up, will compensate for these two factors, which result in long and straight flight for longer distance and be greater focus shot (to improve accuracy).
Blow back is a simulation system of the cocking lever - it imitates the work of it as the equivalent sharp. This system raises the realism and adds a lot more experience during shooting.