BGT weapons are made of plastic. Personnally, I think plastic weapons have 2 advantages : you can weather them easely and their weight won't disturb the pose of your figure. However, in my opininon - I'm talking about old weapons of 18th century and before here - plastic revolvers look like toys to me. I purchased a BGT Army Colt when I was making my Civil War bash. It looked accurately done, but when I had it for real I found it less effective on the figure. But Maybe with some weathering, the toy look would disappear. But it is just my opininon here, just personnal taste on this detail.Saber said:Looks like a very cool item for the 1/6th armoury.
Is that metal/diecast of plastic?
Looks to me like the cylinder with rounds(drum?) is inserted reversed.
Removeable parts? That's very good indeed! I should get one to try how it would look in real. Thanks for the infopukingdog said:I asked Auggie, and he's going to fix those pics. His 1873 Colt has moving parts, including a removeable cylinder pin. The cylinder just needs to be reversed. It looks good, and I'm looking forward to getting my mitts on some.