Game Face GF600 8 Shot Revolver Airsoft Gun – Black
Make sure you have a dependable sidearm during your next airsoft battle, and carry a Game Face® GF600 8 shot revolver. With a heavyweight metal and polymer build, the GF600 has a lifelike feel to it, in addition to its ergonomic finger molded grip. C02 powered and capable of firing .12g BBs up to 425 fps, the Game Face® GF600 8 shot revolver features fixed front sights / adjustable rear sights, and is an excellent back up weapon.
- GF600 8 Shot Revolver Airsoft Gun – Black
- 8-shot C02 powered airsoft pistol
- Heavyweight metal and polymer construction for lifelike feel
- Ergonomic, finger molded, textured grip
- Life-like swing out cylinder and 8 round magazine
- Detachable grip panel allows for easy C02 replacement
- Fixed front sight and fully adjustable rear sight
- Velocity: 425 fps
- Weight: 2 lbs
- Caliber: 6.0mm
- Barrel Type: Smooth Bore
- Powerplant: C02
- Country of Origin : Imported
- DSG Pro Tips
- Brand : Gameface
- Web ID: 16GFCUGF600RVLVRXSAG
- SKU: 16080588
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