NEW MODEL UMAREX 2018
The Golden Boy of the COLT Single Action Army!
This airgun replica of the famous Peacemaker is now available in a Gold Edition, with golden finish elements, and ivory-style grips.
In caliber .177 pellets, this revolver exists in 2 versions :
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).
Warning: Last items in stock!
Availability date: 07/01/2018
With the great success of the different versions of this historical revolver, with Antique, Blued or Nickel finish, Umarex breaks the codes, offering a revolver with a non standard look : the cylinder, the hammer and the trigger are golden, the grips are ivory-style and the body nickel-plated.
With all the original logos ans markings of the brand.
A brilliant edition that is not lacking in charm!
The Colt SAA .45 Gold Edition is an air revolvolver, in .177 rifled bore, working with a 12g CO2 cartridge.
It is full-metal, entirely made of alloy, except the handle grips that are made of hard plastic.
To help for aiming, the revolver has a groove on the top, and a fixed blade at the end of the barrel, that have to be aligned with the target.
A safety button, located in front of the trigger guard, can disabled the revolver, to avoid any unwanted shooting while handling it for example.
This replica is available with 2 barrel length :
As often for airguns, the CO2 cartridge takes place in the handle of the revolver. Just open the left grip (from the bottom) and remove it. Insert the bottle in this loading port and screw it with the allen key in the grip, to pierce it and put the revolver under pressure.
This replica is intended to be hyper realistic, it thus works with dummy cartridges, that take plkace in the cylinder, and can be removed through a loading gate.
Load the pellets in these cartridges, before putting them back in the cylinder.
Once the revolver loaded with CO2 and pellets, it is ready to work.
The trigger is single action, it is necessary to cock the revolver before each shot, pulling the hammer backward.
Pull then the trigger to make the pellet go out!
Don't forget to remove the safety before shooting.