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Question With realistic revolvers arriving what seems like every month what next.

Discussion in 'Air Pistols' started by husky, Jun 7, 2015.

  1. husky

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    First we had the Dan Wesson's then some variations on a theam close but not quite replicas. Then the Nagant very nice and very close to the real gun next arrived the Webly mk 6 again so close to the real thing as you can legally own. Now the Colt signal action army All three are available in diferant finishes and load and fire like the real guns. I am becoming a bit of a revolver lover got the first two and saving like mad for the colt but my question to all out there is what revolver would you like to see I would like to see a Smith And Wesson 38special with a 2 and 4 inch barrel over to you peeps.
     
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    S&W .44 Russian. .... look it up.

    Pete.
     
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    still think someone should of release the lee enfield rifle , would of been best seller
     
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    There was some made during TAC Day's - Very nice - Shot one -

    BOB/R
     
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    gasman Up a bit,,,,,,,

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    Was just going to say that, yer very nice, I shot a mk2 lee Enfield the other night :D
     
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    Love to see an Enfield No.2, bloody awful by all accounts but would make a cracking airgun. Like a scaled down Webley Mk.6.

    [​IMG]
     
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    I know the op was about revolvers. I have only recently got interested in all this, and was initially more interested in revolvers. I got a Colt Python 357 and a Colt 1911. I would have liked to get a S&W, but they seem a bit pricey, and I would have preferred one with a chamber and dummy bullets rather than the mag.
    But then I got interested in rifles, more for collecting as replicas, rather than shooting. I got an AK47 which I consider to be THE iconic gun of the 20th Century. As a result I got interested in Russian WW2 weapons, and would like to get a PPSh-41. There are airsoft AEG versions of this, but I am not ukara registered, so I can't buy one of those. I don't understand why the sale of airsoft weapons are restricted but you only need to be 18 to buy an airgun, but there you go. I would love to get an airgun version of the PPSh-41, but will probably end up getting a deactivated gun which are on sale from around £250 upwards in UK. They can be bought for half that in Germany and France, but would not meet UK deactivation legal requirements.
     
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  9. whitevanman574

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    tac ??? tac nail ? wish people here spoke british , or are we all googling what tac today stands for ?????
     
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    ahhh after google ................. just for anyone else , air cartridge one brocock made years back , now since banned , but if you have one you can keep it on an firearms certificate ....
     
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    gasman Up a bit,,,,,,,

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    tandum air cartridge
     
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    There is a guy on Facebook that's made a Enfield co2 rifle, used a real Enfield and fitted a qb78 inside of it
    [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]
     
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    The Webley mk IV 38, got the mk VI.
     
  14. Fallschirmwomble

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    It looks like real Lee Enfield No4 wooden furniture, sling swivel bands and rear sight but with scratch built metalwork inside. Can't see the muzzle clearly enough to ID if it's just a real foresight protector with a piece of tubing (no bayonet lugs). You can see the intended cutting line drawn near the rear sight pin.

    The first thing to hit me was the "falling out" magazine. Then the trigger guard and the chunky small of the butt. No safety catch. Even so, a good effort on something I'd have never attempted.
    :up:

    That said, a good resin cast of the breech might have solved these tells. Getting hold of even a deact No4 would help in engineering this project.

    The old Saxby Palmer conversion (circa 1986 - before they were bought by Brocock), I think, was 100%, real steel.
     
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