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, speed loaders cannot be used. To load BB's in the shells, insert one steel BB 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.
Finally a 7.5" version of the Colt Peacemaker pellet revolver (Single Action Army)!
- 12-gram CO2 cartridge
- 6-rd cylinder
- Fixed front sight
- Notch rear sight
- Synthetic faux wood grip panels
- Single-action only
- Manual safety
- Working ejector rod
- Nickel-plated finish
- 2.35 lbs.
- 7.5" outer barrel length (6.75" inner barrel)
- 13.00" overall length
- Includes 6 shells (each shell is loaded with one pellet)