Transcript from Steve's Video:
This is the Champion line of blank pistols. Champions are a large frame. They have wooden grips. It's mid-priced pistol for us. It comes in three different calibers. We have it in a .22, a .32, and a .209.
The thing you have to know about these, they hold up pretty well and they are large-frame, easy to hold in the hand. It's also our mid-price as far as with the .209 and with the .32.
The complaint that we get on these is that the cylinder spins. It is not a locking cylinder. So that's something you have to be prepared for.
It's a double-action pistol, so you can cock it. you can also pull the trigger to fire it. But you do have to watch your cylinders. If they get out of line you are going to pull the trigger and nothing is going to happen.
I generally do not recommend these for the track and field folks. From a dog training standpoint they are fine. If you get a little bit out of line, usually, if you'll squeeze the trigger again it gets right back where it's supposed to be. But it's one of those things where if you are starting an event, it's not a good idea.
Swing-out cylinder. All come with ejectors. Just a good comfortable pistol in a medium price range. All the Champion pistols have a one year warranty. Covers parts and labor.