Webley Mark VI Black Co2 Revolver
The British manufacturer Webley has designed an identical replica of the Mark VI revolver, the auxiliary weapon used by the Commonwealth between 1887 and 1967. This revolver is made of Full Metal , so its weight of 1100 grams is similar to the original. The Mark VI has a black finish.
An important feature of this revolver is that it has a rotary charger with 6 BBS , which rotates the drum with each shot. > In addition, it has a loading and firing mechanism with an incredible realism . It has a trigger system of simple and double action to adapt to the conditions of the shooter.
As for the handle, you can incorporate a bottle of Co2 of 12 grams to give the shot greater power and precision, so it reaches a power less than 3 Joules . The revolver Mark VI has a speed of 130 m/s , ideal for sport shooting activities.
The Mark VI , a revolver used in World War I, has an ergonomic structure to reduce shot fatigue and a handle made of thermo-fiber plastic to reduce the possibility of a weapon fracture. As for optics, it incorporates fixed sights to better target the target.Technical specifications
- Available in Caliber: 4.5 mm
- Speed ??in 4.5 mm: 130 m/s
- Charger capacity: 6 BBs
- Total length: 28.6 cm
- Cannon length: 15 cm
- Log: Fix
- Weight: 1100 gr
- Color: black