Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson was recently presented with a limited edition U.S. Marshals Museum Colt Peacemaker pistol by the U.S. Marshals Museum. The pistol, made by Umarex USA, is a commemorative airgun of the Colt Single Action Army Revolver.
The Colt Single Action Army Revolver is also known as the Colt Peacemaker or “the gun that won the west” and has had many famous users including Buffalo Bill Cody, Bat Masterson, General George Patton, and Teddy Roosevelt.
The museum partnered with Umarex USA to produce 500 limited edition U.S. Marshals Museum Colt Peacemaker pistols that included a U.S. Marshal emblem on its grip. Ten of the 500 limited edition pistols were given to the museum for auction sales.
The commemorative pistol was awarded to Gov. Hutchinson in a ceremony that was attended by Fort Smith’s own State Senator Jack Files and State Representatives George McGill, Justin Boyd, and Mat Pitsch.
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The Umarex USA Legends P.08 Gun Giveaway is now over.
Congratulations to Victoria in Reno, Nevada. She won the Umarex Legends P.08.
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Learn More About the Umarex Legends P.08, an airgun with history:
View the full specs for the Umarex Legends P.08 on the Umarex USA website (opens in a new window).
The P.08 Air Pistol is a replica of the handgun that served as the service pistol of Germany and a number of other nations for slightly less than 50 years. In a sense, its major contribution was as the launching platform for the 9mm parabellum cartridge, which is undeniably the most successfully pistol round in the history of the world. (The 9 mm cartridge was born in 1904). A simulation of the Luger, the firearm variant was associated with the Germany officer corps but many were also issued to enlisted couriers, cannoneers and machine gunners.
The Umarex Legends P.08 is a great historical piece that gets people talking. It’s a live action repeater that’s powered by a single 12 gram CO2 capsule. It has a metal drop free magazine that holds 21 rounds and is constructed mostly of metal parts. This famous German replica fires steel BBs in double action only (DAO) up to 410 feet per second.
The Umarex USA Fuel Giveaway is now over.
The winner of the Umarex Fuel was Felix from Naples, Florida – congratulations Felix!
There were 20 other entrants who won a 20% off coupon for any single order on the Umarex USA web store. The coupon winners will receive the coupon and instructions by email.
Learn More About the Umarex Fuel, a powerhouse airgun:
View the full specs for the Umarex Fuel on its product page (opens in a new window).
1. Do not dry fire spring air guns.
Do not fire your spring-powered air rifle or pistol without a pellet or two felt cleaning pellets in the chamber.
2. Do not over-adjust the trigger.
Over-adjusting could render the air gun inoperable.
3. Clean the bore of your air guns.
Get more spring airgun maintenance tips.
4. Use the correct lubrication on your air guns.
WD40 and 3-in-1 oils are NOT suitable. Use RWS lubes or similar high grade lubricants designed for air guns.
5. Always check for loose screws and parts before, during, and after shooting.
This ensures consistent performance and is a good practice for any mechanical system.
6. Always place one drop of airgun oil on the tip of the CO2 capsule before installing.
Click here to see more tips about using CO2 with airguns.
7. When using Rotary Magazines with Umarex pistols, make sure the pellet is seated properly.
Do not use conical (pointed) pellets. Pellets should not stick out past the rotary magazine’s surface.
8. Hold spring air rifles loosely.
Holding a spring air rifle too tightly will reduce accuracy and could damage the gun.
9. Don’t be forceful when returning cocking levers to their closed position.
Forcing a lever closed will bend the cocking lever. Under- and side-lever air rifles have a release button.