You know those BB guns that look like Dewalts?


December 19, 2003, 11:43 AM
I may be getting one!

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December 19, 2003, 11:44 AM
Let us know how it shoots. My daughter might need one in a few years :D

I'll have to get it now so I can break it in...


December 19, 2003, 11:46 AM
They are on Sale at CDNN in the latest downloadable catalog. :)

They sound really cool...Put put put put put put put put!!! too bad it doesnt go PING!!!

Harry Tuttle
December 19, 2003, 11:54 AM
thats a baikal!:

The first time we saw this CO2 powered, select fire BB gun we were amazed! We said to ourselves that the Baikal factory had better be ready to make a lot of these. The DROZD is powered by a standard CO2 cartridge and four (AAA) batteries to give you the ultimate BB gun. There are three switches on the Drozd :
* The first powers up the electrical firing mechanism
* The second is for the selection of fire (1 = single shot, 2 = three round burst, 3 = six rounds burst)
* The third switch controls cycle speed ( 300 rds/m, 450 rds/m, 600 rds/m). The pistol style magazine holds 30 BBs at a time and the CO2 cartridge.

theres a review in this month NRA AR

Harry Tuttle
December 19, 2003, 11:58 AM
found some videos!:

December 19, 2003, 01:13 PM
How much?

December 19, 2003, 01:59 PM
Last time I looked, it went for about $200.00 .
Price might have dropped by now.
I know it's a BB gun and all, but for that price I could get an SKS and ammo. Or a Saiga in 7.62x39 and extra magazines.
Or a Ruger 10/22, etc.
Looks like it's fun though.

December 19, 2003, 02:18 PM
Shucks! It would look great if you could get it in yellow.:p

December 19, 2003, 03:24 PM
Hey, I can't shoot an SKS inside the apartment - at least not more than once...

December 19, 2003, 03:34 PM
Spraying fire is fun to do if you've never done it.
Problem is, BB guns aren't real accurate or powerful, even as far as airguns are concerned.
And airgun makers and hobbyists have tried for a long, long time to build a system that would allow machine-gun style firing with pellets instead of BB's, and nobody's ever been able to do it very well. The best they can do is to use revolver-type cylinders that only hold 15-20 shots at the most.
I have often though that relaxing laws to allow owning full-auto 22LR guns easier and cheaper would take a lot of pressure off of people wanting full-auto guns in centerfire calibers--and a 22LR full-auto isn't real tactically useful anyway because the barrel starts to lead up after about 100 or so rapid-fire shots (as any teenager with a normal 10/22 and a few 30-round mags knows!).

December 19, 2003, 03:58 PM
As far as I know, it only comes in yellow......
Bogie, range report...

December 19, 2003, 04:04 PM
Guys - some of you folks are WAY too serious.

It's about FUN.

If I want a loud buzzgun, I'll go do the paperwork, and buy one.

December 19, 2003, 04:17 PM
Own a Full Auto BB Gun... plus all the extras!

Click images to enlarge...

Stock up on CO2 Cartridges, BBs and
an Extra Mag for more shooting fun.

Easy-load CO2
Cartridges are good
for around 60 shots!
Load her up and let her rip 360 F.P.S. This CO2 powered BB Gun has 3 cycle rates... 300, 450 and 600 rounds per minute... for sure shootin' fun. Plus a selector switch allows you to fire single shots, 3-rd. bursts or 6-rd. bursts. Electronic trigger powered by 6AA batteries (not included). Mag is detachable, holds 30 BBs (offered below). One Mag included, extra Mags available below. Easy-to-use BB Mag Loader included. On / off switch. Removable butt stock, fully adjustable sights, 10" rifled steel barrel. Body is made from a high-strength polymer material. 13 3/4" long without stock, 19 1/2" long overall. Weighs 3 1/2 lbs. CO2 cartridges offered below.
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Please Note: Buttstock on gun is all black, not black and yellow as pictured above.

December 19, 2003, 05:09 PM
It'd be hooked up to a pure energy 20oz with a palmer's stabilizer.

December 19, 2003, 05:48 PM
Does anyone know what PSI the CO2 cartridges run at?

Was talking to one of the fellows at work, and we don't think it'd be too hard to make an adapter for it to run on an air compressor, if we can push enough gas...

George Hill
December 19, 2003, 06:15 PM
Okay, that is about the coolest BB gun I have ever seen.

Harry Tuttle
December 19, 2003, 06:36 PM
IIRC CO2 carts are 450 psi

to constant air it its gonna need a bigger hopper than stock

the dood on the russian site above has modded his to 900rpm

How powerfull it shoots?
The power of all CO2 guns highly depended by the temperature of propellant. With T=20C drozd pumps out BB’s with initial speed 165-170m\s (approx 500fps). If it isn’t sound for you, just imagine: it enough for devastate glass bottles at distances up to 25 meters, easy penetrate through aluminum cans and one side of plastic bottles, remain heavy dings on solid metal objects and produce BIG yellow sparks in contact with concrete! In fact, drozd has firepower higher, than average CO2 BB gun.

December 19, 2003, 07:54 PM
I guarantee you'd need more than an air compressor to run it unless it has an internal reg and I doubt that.

December 19, 2003, 08:47 PM
Okay, that is about the coolest BB gun I have ever seen.

Yeah, it's pretty cool, but after looking at this page, ( you'll have to admit the Drozd isn't the coolest. :D

Harold Mayo
December 20, 2003, 12:27 AM
One poster mentioned that a BB gun can't have much power...

Well, this one does. The owner of a local gun store was shooting a steel 55 gallon drum with one as a demonstration and the BBs were leaving DEEP dimples in the steel. I have no doubt that you could shoot through the wall of the drum if you could place several shots in a small enough area. Pretty cool. I wouldn't be shooting at a pet with one if you want the pet to live.:what:

December 20, 2003, 12:56 AM
heeeere kitty kitty kitty :evil: sudenly, the solution to "in the city limits" small annoying game, ie; coons, cats, dogs, possums, squirel, ect... , is now very clear...

December 20, 2003, 01:13 PM
CDNN has them for $169.

I wonder how difficult it would be to adapt a 3.5oz CO2 tank or HPA tank. It would give many more consistant shot per fill.

December 21, 2003, 01:53 AM
The CO2 holder is also the BB magazine. It would probably be tricky to do the mod to a different CO2 cartridge type without also reworking the magazine. That would be pretty difficult, IMO.

December 21, 2003, 10:59 AM
FWIW: I had a Crosman CO2 BB pistol for a while, model now forgotten. Looked kinda space-age, with form-fitting grips, and the CO2 went in the front, under the barrel. If you remove the right hand grip and trigger assembly cover, the 2nd or 3rd piece you come to is rectangular with a small square extension on top. Turn this piece over to put the square bit from the top right to the top left, and re-assemble the gun. It now shoots full auto at about 600 rpm. One cartredge is good for about 45 shots, and the magazine holds 30, so 2 or 3 short bursts, reload, and 1 or 2 more / cartredge.
I believe the gun retails for <$50 NIB.

Puts the fear of God into stray dogs checking out your trash cans at 200 ft.


IIRC, one of my friends contacted Daisy corp about the pressure, and was told that the cartredges have 900 psi gas over liquid CO2 at room temp. The paintball folks have a 1 pint (approx) tank that hangs on your belt.

December 21, 2003, 02:51 PM
Cooper-t products has a lot of stuff for making air systems, including a dummy 12 gram adaptor IIRC.

They have a website, i'm just too lazy to search for it.

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