The Schofield was introduced too United States Army in 1870, it was also used by lawmen and outlaws alike such as Jesse James and Billy the Kid. Using the original features that Major George W. Schofield patented this model, it has the original feel and weight of the revolver.
This Aged Black Schofield is manufactured from all metal, with wood effect grips, the rotating cylinder holds six shells, when the revolver is broken (for loading), the shells raise in the cylinder, which looks fantastic, the pellets are easy pushed into the rear of the raised shells.
A 12g CO2 capsule are housed within the pistol grip, the included tools allows the fitting and removal.
Bristol Airguns opinion, takes me back to my childhood, playing Outlaws, this is a great alternative (or addition) to the Umarex Peacemaker, appeared in “The Last Train To Yuma”.