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Written on: 25/04/2009
The UHC .357 Barrel Revolver is a cool gun that doesent shoot far but is good for when you run out of ammo… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/04/2008
Its a great cheap airsoft gun to use coz i got it but it is creapy sometimes. Its hard to hold for a long time… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/04/2008
You should buy it if you like to display guns and not to use it in an airsoft battle… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/09/2007 by axeman25 (1 review written)
You should buy this gun and is worth your money like other Uhc revolvers. I have another uhc revolver that is better… Read Full Review
Written on: 21/12/2005 by McMadkat (1 review written)
The UHC .357 Barrel Revolver is a cheap revolver and is not made to compete with the likes of the Tanaka ones, but for its price range it is excellent! Using a hidden spring and piston in the handle, the air is piped to the chambers where each holds a hollow cartridge with a BB (6mm 0.2g) in the end.
The gun is fired by pulling back the hammer, which cocks the spring in the handle, and then pulling the trigger. Pulling the trigger without cocking the guns rotates the chamber without firing… Read Full Review
Written on: 08/02/2004 by Arizona Kid (7 reviews written)
The Barrel revolver is a great looking gun with a great feel. But there are some problems in this gun. It is not the most reliable gun, it broke within a wek of owning it. And it has a very slow velocity. Only 215 feet per second. But, it is also a kind of unique gun. It is not spring, gas, or electric. It is air powered just like an airgun. Therefore making it kind of unique. And UHC didn't make this for very long. UHC doesn't make this gun anymore but you can probably still find it somewhere… Read Full Review