An afternoon spent with any of the UHC line of double action revolvers will probably end up being the most fun you have had with an airsoft gun for under fifty bucks. These wheel guns function just like the real deal and perform remarkably well for their modest price tags.
These revolvers are very well detailed and look absolutely amazing. Each one features a fully adjustable rear sight and a blaze orange front sight blade which really gets your attention when you level one of these revolvers at a target. They are mainly constructed out of ABS however they do have a nice solid feel to them and feature a metal trigger, hammer and ejector rod.
You can operate one of these revolves just like a real one from loading to firing. Push forward on the cylinder release and the cylinder swings out of the frame so you can load six shells into the chambers. Slap the cylinder shut and you are ready to rock and roll in either double or single action. It should be noted that the action on these guns is extremely smooth and crisp making it possible to easily keep your sights on target even during a long double action trigger squeeze. Also, as a little theatrical bonus, cocking the hammer back makes an awesome sounding series of mechanical clicks.
UHC Model 134 Classic features:
4 inch barrel.
Adjustable rear sight with blaze orange front sight.
Double or single action trigger.
Imitation wood grip.
When you need to reload, swing the cylinder open, tip the gun up and push the ejector rod to eject the shells from the cylinder. Or, you can simply load BBs into the back of the shells as they sit in the cylinder which, with the help of a speed loader, is a very speedy way of reloading these revolvers.
Now, since these revolvers only hold six shots, they probably would not be your best choice for a skirmish sidearm. Although, they are extremely fun to use and if you choose to go Dirty Harry in a skirmish you would probably be revered as an airsoft god for quite some time. So, you have got to ask yourself one question. Do I feel lucky?.... Well, do ya punk?
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