A piece of history, the grandfather of all Magnum revolvers, a classic – the Smith & Wesson M29 has been described in many ways. Thanks to a striking design and high quality, all the models bearing this name have made it onto the silver screen besides being put to their intended use.
The 4.5 mm CO₂-operated version of this icon from 1955 comes in full metal with high-gloss bluing and a choice of two barrel lengths. True to the original, it takes six brass-colored metal shells, each loaded with a pellet. Fired by a single/double action trigger, the pellets leave the barrel with a maximum muzzle energy of three joules. The 8 3/8" version offers the additional advantage of a longer sight line. The rear sight is adjustable in elevation and windage for maximum accuracy. A piercing tool for the 12 g CO₂ cartridge is integrated in the grip for easy access.
|Calibre||4,5 mm (.177) BB|
|Velocity||120 (394 fps) m/s|
|Power Source||1x 12 g CO2|
|Magazine capacity||6 shot(s)|
|Shot capacity||160 shot(s)|
|Trigger||Single- and Double Action|