The TSD Sports Spring Revolvers are some of the funnest and most innovative airsoft pistols out there that aren't going to break the bank. Using realistic reusable shells that you load the BBs directly into you can bet your going to have a blast just shooting targets in the back yard or having full on combat skirmishes with friends! With a working safety, ergonomic grips for both right and left handed users, coupled with an easy to cock hammer the TSD Sports Spring Revolvers truly is one of the funnest airsoft guns we carry.
Reusable Realistic Shells
Realistic Revolving Action
Ergonomic Grips for Both Left and Right Handed
Hop Up: Fixed
Rate of Fire: Single Action
Gun Weight: 2lbs
Muzzle Velocity: 260 with .12 gram BBs
Front Sight: Fixed Blade and Ramp
Rear Sight: Adjustable Windage and Elevation
Effective Range: 50ft
TSD Sports Spring Revolver, 6 Shells and 100 TSD .12 gram BBs
We recommend only using high quality .20g BBs for higher performance, better accuracy and to prolong the life of your gun.
- Caliber6mm cal
- Velocity260 fps
- Airgun MechanismSpring-piston
- Airgun UseSkirmishing
- Barrel StyleSmooth
- Fire ModeRepeater
- Product ConditionNew
- Warranty30 Day Limited
December 22, 2009
This is a reasonable gun for the money, good, not great. Go in knowing that it is single action, requires the hammer to be cocked seperately before firing. The hammer pull to cock is heavy, I can do it with my weak side hand, but my wife requires a two hand hold to cock the revolver. The trigger pull is reasonably light. There seems to be no adjustment on the hop-up. The accuracy is good, and the point of impact was within the adjustment range of the sights. Out of a full cylinder I usually experience one 'flyer' deviating significantly from point of aim. The gun malfunctioned initially wit the pellets just barely having enough power to exit the barrel. After less than a dozen shots, it was firing normally however. I use this gun to practice for Cowboy Action Shooting, working out my weak side hand and it definitely helps. I find the gun intriguing enough that I may have to try one of the CO2 versions as well.
January 22, 2009
it shoots ok, pretty accurate if you dont shoot very fast. the faster you shoot, the worse it gets.