Very popular in the Old West times, the Schofield revolver, variant of the Smith & Wesson N°3, was used by the US Army during the indian wars, but also by Jesse James, Pat Garett, Theodore Roosevelt or Billy The Kid.
A.S.G proposes here an airgun version, very realistic, with a Schofield marking, full metal, and able to shoot both BBs and pellets, depending on the (dummy) cartridge used.
It is available in 2 finish : Aged black with wooden style handle, or Steel grey, with ivory style handle.
Required documents :
Following your order, you can send us the documents by email(firstname.lastname@example.org) or regular mail (VAD System - BP43 - 62101 Calais cedex).
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Manufactured betwween 1875 and 1877, the Schofiled model (from the name of the major George Schofield), is a modified Smith & Wesson N°3, to make iot easier for a cavalryman to reload while riding. ue to its reduced power and recoil compared to the Colt .45, it was easier to shoot accurately, yet still retained effective stopping power on the battlefield.
To be as close as possible to the reality, this revolver is full metal, and has a unique serial number.
The handle cover is made of synthetic, very resistant, wonnde-style or ivory-style finish, depending on the model.
It has natural sights : a round blade for front sight, and a V groove on the barrel release button for rear sight.
It also has a manual safety system, that bloks the trigger and the hammer, with a button located at the rear of the revolver.
It works thanks to a 12g CO2 cartridge, and can shoot both ammos pellets or spherical BBs.
The revolver ASG Schofield is available in 2 version :
The revolver is delivered with
- 6 cartridges for BBs (grey point) with the Steel grey model (B669G)
- 6 cartridges for pellets with the Aged black model (B669)