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Smith & Wesson Model 586 Pellet Revolver, 4" Barrel

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  • Code: CRU5864 · $249.99 · .177 · 400 fps
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This classic airgun air pistol features a 4" barrel, black matte finish, and a 10 shot rotary clip. It's similarity to the classic .357 magnum revolver is astonishing. Aside from the hours of shooting fun this product offers collectors a long lasting value. The 10 shot rotary clip swings out for easy replacement as on the original revolver. The double action and ability to purchase additional clips can provide you with hours of enjoyment.

Shipped and sold in foam fitted hard case.

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Specs
  • ManufacturerSmith & Wesson
  • Caliber.177
  • Velocity400 fps
  • ConditionNew
  • Ammo TypePellets
  • ActionRevolver
  • Barrel StyleRifled
  • Fire ModeRepeater
  • Gun Weight2.50
  • Overall Length9.50
  • Barrel Length4.00
  • Loudness3-Medium
  • Magazine Capacity0
  • MechanismCO2
  • RailNo
  • Safety0
  • Front SightsBlade & Ramp
  • Rear SightsAdjustable for windage & elevation
  • Shots per Fill0
  • Trigger AdjustabilityTwo-stage non-adjustable
  • Trigger ActionDouble-Action & Single-Action
  • UsePlinking/Fun
  • Warranty1-year limited warranty
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Reviews
Average Customer Review
4.7
4.59 Reviews
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5.0
By MICHAELUSAApril 1, 2015

Great balance, build and accuracy. Tuff little revolver.

Pros
Looks, balance, accuracy, quality of build.

Cons
None

3.0
By Joe M.December 1, 2014

This gun looks and feels great, just like the S&W that it is modeled after but runs poorly. The magazine has to be indexed just right or the gun jams regularly. I would not recommend it and I would not buy it again.

4.0
By JohnUSAJuly 17, 2013

The double action trigger pull certainly cannot compare to a real S&W 586 but for a pellet gun, this revolver is really not bad at all. I found it relatively smooth and light, providing there were no pellets interfering with the rotation of the cylinder. Free standing rapid fire in double action held easily within a three inch group at 20 feet. Single action was very crisp, quick, and clean (my shooting preference). The only problem I encountered was when I used Crosman wad cutters. For some reason I found some of the wad cutters were a little loose in the cylinder and occasionally slipped through the cylinder and got caught on the barrel housing when cocking the pistol. Crosman round nose all fit snugly and worked very well. With these pellets, I consistently shot 10 round groups dead on the quarter size bulls eye of my paper target at 20 feet. I experience a little CO2 leakage with each new CO2 canister until I fired off a couple of shots to release a little pressure. Following that, each fresh canister averaged 50 strong shots. The sixth cylinder seldom got past the 5th pellet before the pistol lacked enough power to send a pellet down the barrel. The overall quality of the S&W 586 CO2 pistol appears to be of high quality and should last a very long time with proper care. A bit pricey compared to the Crosman's Model 357 and either of these pellet revolver's are quite enjoyable to target practice with. I'm not yet convinced the price difference is worth it for simple plinking but the obvious difference in the quality of materials and workmanship speaks for itself and may make the difference for discriminating buyers.

Pros
This revolver appears to be made by skilled craftsmen using quality materials.

Cons
I've never had a CO2 pistol or revolver leak gas when the gas canister is initially set and locked in the pistol/revolver. That is until a couple of shots are fired to release a little pressure. I not very pleased with this unique reaction to a fresh canister.

5.0
By JamesAugust 27, 2012

Coolest pellet gun ever. Shot over 1,000 rounds. Feels a lot like my 686, 357 mag. Really well made. I bought the 3 extra clips (it comes with two clips.) Don't shoot more than about 65 rounds on a CO2. Shoots hard, pretty accurate. Shot in the backyard for a fraction of the cost of going to the range. No buyers remorse.

5.0
By DavidUSAMarch 7, 2012

Great buy! Quick shipping from Airgundepot. Gun feels perfect in my hand. Great practice piece in the house so you don't have to make the trip to the range.

Pros
great feel and quality construction

Cons
Only get about 80 shots per co2.

5.0
By Bradda R.April 10, 2010

When this gun arrived I had to shoot this. After I sighted it in I wanted to see how many rounds I could shoot before running out of co2. I shot at least 50 rounds before losing power. You have to make sure that the pellets are tight in the magazine and are flushed. If they fall below the hole, the gun will jam. If you keep the pellets flushed you should have no problems shooting. I recommend buying this gun and buying extra magazines.I bought the extra three pack and keep shooting. You will be impressed with the weight and all metal parts.

5.0
By tom w.November 3, 2009

I just got this gun today and I see what all the high reviews are about. FIrst of all you can't tell it apart from a real .357. The quality is amazing for the money spent. The single action is as smooth as it gets.. I have yet to zero in as far as accuracy goes but I'm sure that will come. .....the magazine loads easily......it's just a fantastic gun.

5.0
By Les D.February 6, 2007

This gun is an extremely high quality replica of the 357. Quality is not only in the looks, but the feel, and smoothness of the action and it is extremely accurate. It tends to lose accuracy a bit beyond 25' with the 4" barrel. I would recommend the 6" barrel for shooting between 25' and the 33' range. A great gun.

5.0
By Thomas S.February 1, 2007

This gun is a high quality imitation firearm and is so close to the real thing it is not even funny ( no pun intended).

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Are you guys shipping to Poland?

asked Dominik

Dominik, Please contact our International Shipping Department at [email protected] They can answer any questions you might have. Sincerely, The Airgun Depot Customer Care Team

Scott from USA

Does this gun have a front sight, if not does it dramatically affect accuracy?

asked john

Yes, it has a blade front sight that you align in the square cutout in the rear sight.

James D from USA

Looking for something with a decent double action trigger, how does this one compare?

asked Carl Harper

Probably the best trigger out there, on a replica pistol. I also own berreta PX storm ("dirty" travel in doubleaction due to mag rotation) and browning buckmark (single acion only, somewhat stiff)

Ugljesa from USA

The double action trigger pull certainly cannot compare to a real S&W 586 but for a pellet gun, this revolver is really not bad at all. I found it relatively smooth and lite, providing there were no pellets interfering with the rotation of the cylinder. Free standing rapid fire in double action held easily within a three inch group at 20 feet. Single action was very crisp, quick, and clean (my shooting preference). The only problem I encountered was when I used Crosman wad cutters. For some reason I found some of the wad cutters were a little loose in the cylinder and occasionally slipped through the cylinder and got caught on the barrel housing when cocking the pistol. Crosman round nose all fit snugly and worked very well. With these pellets, I consistently shot 10 round groups dead on the quarter size bulls eye of my paper target at 20 feet. I experience a little CO2 leakage with each new CO2 canister until I fired off a couple of shots to release a little pressure. Following that, each fresh canister averaged 50 strong shots. The sixth cylinder seldom got past the 5th pellet before the pistol lacked enough power to send a pellet down the barrel. General overall quality of the S&W 586 CO2 pistol appears to be of high quality and should last a very long time with proper care. A bit pricey compared to the Crosman's Model 357 and either of these pellet revolver's are quite enjoyable to target practice with. I'm not yet convinced the price difference is worth it for simple plinking but the obvious difference in the quality of materials and workmanship speaks for itself and may make the difference for discriminating buyers.

John from USA

were are you location ?

asked wyatt from USA

Hello Wyatt, Our warehouse is located in Draper, Utah. Sincerely, The Airgun Depot Customer Care Team

Steve from USA

Can't decide whats the real difference between the 4 or 6 inch barrel ? Thanks

asked Nelson

Some people report better accuracy with the 6 inch barrel, beyond that nothing.

Steve from USA
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