Screenshots for Revolver
Description for Revolver
You like guns? Then you'll like of the Revolver Simulator. You have information and illustration of the Revolver and you can simulate shooting on your cell.
You can simulate Revolver clicking on the weapon. If you run out of bullets is just click on the charger that charges the Revolver again.
1. You can see an animation of how Revolver works.
2. You can consult the information of the Revolver.
3. You can simulate shooting on your cell.
5. You phone vibrates when shooting.
6. You can touch the screen to shoot.
7. Great quality of the sound of gunfire.
8. Revolver Magnum 44.
9. Revolver Magnum 357.
10. Revolver 38.
Pistol information as quoted from Wikipedia:
A revolver or six-shooter (as most revolvers have a maximum capacity of six rounds) is a repeating firearm that has a cylinder containing multiple chambers and at least one barrel for firing. The first true revolver—a flintlock—was made by Elisha Collier in 1814. The percussion cap revolver was invented by Samuel Colt in 1836. This weapon became known as the Colt Paterson. The first cartridge revolvers were produced around 1856 by Smith and Wesson. Though the original name was "revolving gun", the short-form "revolver" is universally used.
As the user cocks the hammer, the cylinder revolves to align the next chamber and round with the hammer and barrel, which gives this type of firearm its name. The hammer-cocking happens either directly (via the shooter pulling it back) or indirectly (via the first portion of the trigger pull in double-action revolvers.) In modern revolvers, the revolving cylinder typically chambers five or six rounds, but some models hold ten rounds or more. Revolvers are most often handguns, but other weapons may also have a revolving chamber. These include some models of grenade launchers, shotguns, and some rifles.
Revolvers have been largely replaced by semi-automatic pistols in military and law enforcement applications. Their lower ammunition capacities and relatively longer reload times compared to autoloading pistols are the main reasons for the switchover, which occurred over the first half of the 20th century for military applications, and in the 1980s and 1990s for police forces. Additionally, the flat profile of semi-automatics make them more suitable for concealed carry. Revolvers still remain popular in the role of back-up and off-duty guns among American law enforcement officers and security guards.
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