Smith and Wesson 686-6 (Umarex)

Smith & Wesson 686 (.357 magnum)

Umarex, Smith & Wesson 686-6
Replica Of:
Smith & Wesson 686-6 (.357 magnum)
Made In:
177, lead pellets, 10-shot rotary magazine
Air Source:
CO2, 12 g Powerlet
S&W pellets, extra sights, barrel tool, cleaning brush
Recommended Pellet or BB:
H&N Finale Match (Rifle, 8.1 gr)
Weight (lb)/Length (in):
2.8, 11.5
Body Material/Finish/Grips:
metal, nickel, rubber
Barrel Length (in)/Material/Rifled:
6.0, steel, yes
Trigger Action:
Trigger Pull (lbs)/Adjustable:
7.5 (DA), 6.2 (SA), no
Sights (front/rear):
fixed, fully adjustable
Velocity (fps):
Sound Level (dB):
Thickness of Pellet Holder (in): 0.369
Manufactured Dates:
1999 - present
95%, yes, yes
Serial Number:
Comments: This is a very realistic replica that is accurate and fun to shoot. It has a very high quality fit and finish. This is probably the most accurate firearm replica made by Umarex. The smooth operation, great single-action trigger, and excellent accuracy of this pistol make it a very good target gun.

Pyramyd Air Report on S&W 686.
Pyramyd Air Report on S&W 586/686 - Part 1.
Pyramyd Air Report on S&W 586/686 - Part 2.
Pyramyd Air Report on S&W 586/686 - New Part 1.
Pyramyd Air Report on S&W 586/686 - New Part 2.
Pyramyd Air Report on S&W 586/686 - New Part 3.

Performance: Measurements were made on 7/31/06 at a temperature of 82 F and 14' elevation. A ten shot string was fired from a bench rest at 15' using JSB Match Diabolo pellets (8.0 gr). The highest velocity measured was 447 fps, the lowest was 397 fps (average of the 10-shot string was 414 fps). A ten shot string fired with open sights grouped at 0.60". A six shot string fired with open sites using H&N Finale Match (Rifle) pellets (8.1 gr) grouped at 0.15". Click the thumbnails below to see larger images. Click here for a description of the measurement methods.

JSB Match Diabolo (10-shot string, 0.60")

H&N Finale Match (Rifle) (6-shot string, 0.15")

Right Profile:

Front View:

Right Side Markings:

Left Side Markings:

Loading Pellets: Pellets are loaded into a 10-shot metal magazine that swings up into the frame just forward of the fake cylinder.

Loading CO2:




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