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Colt Peacemaker SAA Pellet Revolver, Nickel

Available in .177, Replica of the original Colt Peacemaker Single Action Army Revolver
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The highly revered Colt Single Action Army .45-caliber revolver feels and handles like the firearm it looks like. Like the firearm it copies, the cylinder does not swing out. Each shell is loaded separately through a loading gate on the right side of the cylinder. To make the cylinder turn, you have to pull the hammer back to the half-cocked position. Then, rotate the cylinder to either load a full shell or remove an empty one (by pushing on the ejector rod). Since the shells are loaded singly, speedloaders cannot be used. To load pellets in the shells, insert one pellet in the bottom of each. There's an error in the owner's manual. It says you must first put the gun on safe and then pull the hammer to half-cock to load the gun. That is incorrect. Once the safety is applied, the hammer does not move. So, don't put the safety on to load the gun.

Colt Peacemaker Pellet Revolver (Single Action Army) Features
  • 12-gram CO2 cartridge
  • 6-rd cylinder
  • Fixed front sight
  • Notch rear sight
  • Synthetic black grip panels
  • Single-action only
  • Manual safety
  • Working ejector rod
  • Nickel-plated finish
  • 2.10 lbs. (owner's manual incorrectly states a weight of 1.10 lbs.)
  • 5.50" barrel length (owner's manual incorrectly states a 6.87" barrel length)
  • 11" overall length (owner's manual incorrectly states an overall length of 11.50")
  • Includes 6 shells (each shell is loaded with one pellet)
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Specs
  • ManufacturerColt
  • Caliber.177
  • Velocity380 fps
  • ConditionNew
  • Ammo TypePellets
  • ActionRevolver
  • Barrel StyleRifled
  • Fire ModeRepeater
  • Gun Weight2.10
  • Overall Length11.00
  • Barrel Length5.50
  • Loudness4-Medium-High
  • Magazine Capacity6
  • MechanismCO2
  • RailNo
  • SafetyManual
  • Front SightsBlade
  • Rear SightsFixed
  • Shots per Fill100
  • Trigger Adjustability0
  • Trigger ActionSingle-Action
  • UsePlinking/Fun
  • Warranty90-day limited warranty
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Reviews
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4.0
By LukeUSAApril 15, 2021 Verified Purchase

Buy this if you love the old west

Pros
It’s a great gun, it looks beautified and realistic

Cons
I dislike the plastic handles

4.0
By NicklasUSAFebruary 21, 2021 Verified Purchase

Pros
Very fun to use. Good for cowboy action shooting

Cons
Sometimes pellets get stuck in the casing, but this is probably the type of pellets i'm using

5.0
By BenjaminUSAMay 30, 2020 Verified Purchase

This is a great revolver! The action is pretty similar to my Colt Peacemaker. The realism of the cartridges and the loading door makes this a good shooting experience similar to the real thing minus the recoil and noise. I was able to hit targets pretty consistently. I do recommend having several reloads worth of extra cartridges. Setting them up in a reload box makes it super easy to bulk pre=load the pellets.

Pros
Realistic feel. Good weight. Feels solid. Realistic cartridges.

Cons
Cartridges are expensive.

4.0
By Denny D.December 27, 2019 Verified Purchase

Good design and quite heavy for a pellet pistol feels almost like the real thing. Bought this for my grandson for Christmas gift. He really liked it and was surprised.

5.0
By ShaneUSAOctober 22, 2019 Verified Purchase

This is a high quality reproduction and would be great for theatre or re-enactments, except it is too much fun to shoot. Although it states in the description it is for BBs, the gun shows it uses pellets. Very accurate at 10 yds.

Pros
Quality and authentic appearance.

Cons
None

5.0
By BurtSeptember 13, 2019 Verified Purchase

Really superb pellet replica; size and weight are impressive, as is the accuracy, I'm knocking down cans from 50 feet and what a pleasure to fire this weapon! I own a Remington 1875 replica as well and both revolvers are more satisfying and enjoyable to shoot, than I can tell you about. I want ask UMEREX to create a 10 or 12 shoot version, possibly forgoing the cartridges and loading directly into the gate into the cylinder. I hope this gets produced, I'm good for more of these revolvers, in greater than 6 shots...

Pros
Very realistic and satisfying replica revolver. Easy on CO2, probably good for 45-50 strong aimed shots/cartridge. accurate beyond expectations, I love this gun!

Cons
If I think of any I'll let you know...

5.0
By WilliamCanadaMay 14, 2019

Such a sweet gun, smooth action and very accurate. I may have to get another one.

5.0
By Bob S.April 24, 2019

I was very surprised by the weight and authentic appearance of the gun for the price. I own a Colt single action 45, and the similarity is amazing, including the smooth action of chambering a round and advancing the cylinder in the half cocked position. In addition, the gun is quite accurate. I would highly recommend this product.

4.0
By DonSeptember 25, 2018

well built,fun to shoot not all that powerful tho. but all in all a beautiful collector piece

Pros
a must have for a collector

Cons
none,as long as you use it for what it is

5.0
By RandallUSAAugust 28, 2018

I BOUGHT THE PELLET VERSION. VERY ACCURATE, VERY WELL MADE GUN WITH A SMOOTH ACTION. I DON'T SEE HOW THEY CAN MAKE A GUN OF THIS QUALITY FOR SUCH A SMALL PRICE. IF YOU LIKE COWBOY GUNS, YOU NEED TO ADD THIS TO YOUR COLLECTION!

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I just received mine. Is the hammer always away from the back of the gun? mine won’t rest against the rear, just looks odd. Is this normal?

asked Michael from USA

I have a Remington 1875 , and it does the same. If you force it forward (don't do this) it releases co2. It's just a design thing, but is normal to the gun, it's not broken or anything. Mine shoots about inch up and inch to the left, but I can put 12 ( all the loads I have) on paper touching each other at 20 feet.

John from USA

I have a Remington 1875 , and it does the same. If you force it forward (don't do this) it releases co2. It's just a design thing, but is normal to the gun, it's not broken or anything. Mine shoots about inch up and inch to the left, but I can put 12 ( all the loads I have) on paper touching each other at 20 feet.

John from USA

what is the country of Origin?

asked Gary from USA

how do i get a bottom screw as mine fell out. i need it for co2

asked Michael from USA

thinking of getting colt saa pellet revolver its rated for 380fps and was told i could expect 75--100 shots at what point will the velocity drop off and how much,is it ok to expell the remaining co2 w/o damage to the seal

asked Joseph from USA

You can loosen the CO2 cart in the pistol. The CO2 will exhaust.t does not harm the gun. There is no test of how fast the velocity falls off in a fill.

Mark from USA

if you dont use the entire co2 or find the velocity has decreased alot is it ok to expel the remaining gas. and about how many shot can you expect from ea co2.

asked Joseph from USA

You should get 45-55 good shots. You can ,and should ,remove low CO2 carts from the gun.

Mark from USA

What kind of pellets does this revolver use? The "flatnosed" ones, pointed ones, all the above?

asked Westin from USA

Any pellet will fit the shells. We suggest light pellets 8 gr or less. They will shoot best from the low power CO2 guns.

Mark from USA

The name of the product says Pellet, but the ammo description says BBs. Can someone tell me which one is correct?

asked Fer Flowers

Both

Luke from USA

Can you use bb or pellet bullits in this gun

asked Michael Williams

Sorry no bbs will damage the barrel

Luke from USA

Both

Luke from USA

I live in a neighborhood, but I do not have any houses behind mine. Is the gun loud enough to make neighbors mad?

asked Luca Newby

How do you get extra Pellet Cartridges for the Colt peacemaker? How much are they?

asked Robert from USA

does this peacemaker hopdup to the pressure of fireing fanning style?

asked Pat Orr III

Is this pellet revolver strong enough to with stand fanning style fireing?

asked Pat Orr III

i really want to get my grandpa this peacemaker. Hes a huge john Wayne/Western fan. Does it make a good collectible?????

asked Brandon from USA

new to this, what are the best pellets for this gun? will any .177 caliber type pellet work?

asked Betty

Being that this is a .17 caliber pellet gun, is the bore rifled? And will it shoot straight? I understand these tend to shoot high, that's ok, but as long as it shoots straight, that's fine.

asked P.

Do you ship to mexico?

asked Joeymenchaca

can white grips be purchased

asked Darline from USA
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