The most anticipated range of revolvers for years, the new ASG Dan Wesson 715 models are finally here!
Building on the reliability and performance of the standard Dan Wesson range, the 715 is heavier, beefier and more accurate than previous models.
This is the 6" barrel model, which has a great squared-off look and phenomenal steel grey finish.
".357 MAGNUM" laser engraved markings on the right side of the barrel.
An exceptionally heavy piece, coming in at 1.2kg!
The cylinder release latch is now located forward of the cylinder for quick operation.
Red and white dots on the right side of the frame indicate the two modes of safe and not safe.
Plastic grips are done away with and replaced with higher quality and more ergonomic rubberised Hogue grips.
To insert a CO2 cartridge, simply pull the left side of the grip away from the right side, exposing the CO2 chamber.
Using the integrated allen key located inside the removed half of the grip, undo the allen screw at the bottom of the chamber enough so that you can insert a 12g CO2 cartridge. Tighten the screw to break the seal and reinstall the grip. The pistol is then ready to shoot.
The revolver ships with six full-sized metal shells which are completely removable. Each shell holds a single BB.
Pulling the trigger cycles the cylinder counter-clockwise, with CO2 forcing the BB down the barrel.
These new 715 models now come with an adjustable hop-up rubber. Simply insert the included allen key into the small screw located on the top of the revolver to adjust backspin.
Each trigger pull cycles the hammer and produces a loud satisfying "phat" noise with each shot. The 715s are notably louder than previous models!
Includes six shells as well as a six shot speed loader for the shells.
Additional shells are available here, speed loaders here, speed loader pouches here and holsters here. Proprietary rail system available soon.
A fantastic pistol for the collectors and players alike.
A note on power: These "1 joule" versions of the Dan Wessons have factory-modified shells to reduce their power output. As a result, the pistols produce a relatively low 180-200fps giving comparatively poorer range than more powerful semi-automatics. The restricter in the shells can be modified to increase the power closer to one joule, however power becomes inconsistent and we could not guarantee sub 1 joule power output. Altering shells or using more powerful shells is done entirely at your own risk and is not recommended from a legal standpoint. We view these pistols in their "1 joule" form as more for collectors and plinkers than for proper long range skirmishing.