Umarex Introduces a Revolver Named the Brodax

Umarex Brodax
Umarex Brodax
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Fort Smith, AR -(AmmoLand.com)- Umarex USA is excited to announce the introduction of a revolver called the Umarex Brodax.

This new air-powered BB slinger will start shipping as soon as February of this year. The Brodax is a modern-day revolver that is stylish and attractive.

It may remind you of a gun you might see in a video game or science fiction movie. Vented ports are positioned atop the barrel housing with a Picatinny rail positioned at top-rear making it ready for a dot sight. Located below the barrel another Picatinny rail is ready for a laser or flashlight.

The Brodax has a lightweight polymer frame with internal metal parts including the trigger and hammer. The material make-up combined with its external sleek lines give the Brodax great balance.

Like other recent introductions from Umarex the CO2 capsule is concealed in the frame of the grip and a hex tool for tightening the capsule is integrated into the grip plate to prevent misplacing it. There's a safety, but it is also cleverly placed at top of the grip behind the hammer, with a low profile so that it does not distract from the revolver's appearance.

Loading this handgun is easy—a circular clip slides out from behind the stationary cylinder and holds 10 steel BBs. You can expect the Brodax revolver to shoot in the neighborhood of 375 feet per second and to cost about $44.95 at retail.

“Its name is going to be one of the most talked about things. It will likely be pronounced a number of ways,” said Umarex USA's Director of Marketing, Justin Biddle. “To set the record straight, Umarex is pronounced ‘oo-muh-recks' and ‘Brodax' is ‘broad-ux.' It's a very economical air-powered handgun to buy and to operate. A lot of shooters are going to enjoy this one.”

Learn more about the Umarex Brodax BB revolver: UmarexUSA.com/SHOTShow.

Shop Umarex Air Guns online at http://goo.gl/Xdd0w9

About Umarex USA:

Umarex USA is one of North America’s fastest growing sport and recreation companies. Umarex USA develops and markets products under brands licensed by its parent company, Umarex Sportwaffen GmbH & Co. KG. Such brands include Beretta, Browning, Colt, Elite Force, Hammerli, Heckler & Koch, Hornady, IWI, Ruger, RWS, Smith & Wesson, Walther and others. Follow and subscribe to Umarex USA online: Facebook.com/UmarexUSA, Twitter.com/UmarexAir, and YouTube.com/UmarexAir.

For additional information regarding Umarex USA visit www.UmarexUSA.com.

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    Bill
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    Bill

    He was probably just a crossing guard, because he clearly knows very little about the law.

    Jack
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    Jack

    Those most opposed to private gun ownership usually know little about them.
    LEO? I doubt it.

    AK Guy
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    AK Guy

    Orange tipped barrels are only required on airsoft guns and replicas. This is a functional CO2 powered airgun, and no orange tip is required by Federal law. You’d think as an LEO, you would know the law.

    Mikial
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    Mikial

    That is one Bad A$$ revolver!

    KSM
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    KSM

    The first half of you’re statement I did not get !!!
    But there are no red tips on bb or pellet pistols only air soft and other guns of that type that shoot plastic pellets .

    Vanns40
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    Vanns40

    Right up front I’ll state that I’m against rank stupidity but I also realize we’re way past that phase in our society. With that in mind and speaking as a former LEO I ask, where’s the orange tip?