Gamo Viper Express Shotgun Uses Gamo .22 Shotshells or Pellets
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Brand: Gamo USA SKB602
Item: SKB-602
UPC: 793676016986

All gamo airguns offer an all weather synthetic, molded stock with butt pad and cheek piece, breaking barrel, single cocking system, precision smooth bore steel barrel, manual safety, Viper Express Shotgun offers a bull barrel with full vent and smooth bore, bead front sight, 3.74 lb trigger pull, weighs 5.5 lbs, and a 43" length, uses Gamo .22 Shotshells or Pellets for ammunition. Order SKB-608 Shotshells. Order# 25209 Pellets. The Viper Express has a velocity of up to 750 fps with lead pellets GAMO USA produces and inspects each component of their airguns and produce all their own metal parts for the airguns to ensure a perfect shot every time you fire your airgun. High quality wood is used for the stocks, the wood is shaped by fully computerized machinery in order to create a perfectly weighted air rifle. GAMO USA is the world leader in top quality, accurate ammunition and airguns. No Return Allowed Warranty repair handled by Gamo. Call Gamo at 954-581-5822 It is illegal for minors to purchase airsoft guns. You must be 21 or older to purchase this item.

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3.0 Rating viper express - 11/13/2006
Reviewer: bryton
I found the quality of the air gun was good as well as the durability. However the performance was a little sad. The shells for this air gun are very expensive for the weak impact they have. I think this is a revolutionary design that has a long way to go. The marketing people for this air gun were very smart not to include anything to indicate the actual size of this ammo or it's performance of more than 10 yards. Lets face it this gun cant even injure an aluminumn can at 25 yards. This gun does however entertain the younger ones but is far too expensive to shoot. The price to shoot it actually rivals the cost of shooting a 12 gauge and the cost of the gun is right up there.
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5.0 Rating This gun is the best of its kind - 11/21/2006
Reviewer: isaac
The first time i picked up this gun i noticed that it had a metal barrel but a plastic out side.It shoots incredibly well with the single shot i dont even need a scope because of the small grooves in the back that are meant to help you shoot with out a scope. It groups well with the shotshell in it I picked off a crow at 20 yards in mid air. Plus it is a great pest control weapon.
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4.0 Rating Really cool concept... - 11/27/2006
Reviewer: Robert
Really cool concepts on the shot shells. The gun is very well made. It seems a little heavy and bulky for the young shooter. Great for shooting in the backyard. The shot shells are a little weak, but can scare the birds away in a hurry. Great and accurate little shooter... I keep it by the back door when that annoying bird shows up. It was at my door step - shortly after I order it.
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5.0 Rating greatgun - 12/4/2006
Reviewer: stephen
For all of you out there who are rating this gun poorley because the shot shells cant pick off a bird at 30 yards,,,,,, you are not getting the full picture.Why do you think the gun comes with the pellet adapter???If you are truely not a good enough shooter to take out game with both pellets and shot shells ,,,,, you do not need to be rating this gun!!!!
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5.0 Rating Gamo Viper Express Shotgun - 12/19/2006
Reviewer: Jay
Anybody expecting a sniper rifle or a shot blast comparable to even a .410 bore from this gun needs to take their $200 elsewhere to buy a 12 gauge shotgun or at least a rimfire .22. For enthusiasts of small game hunting, clay shooting, bird hunting, air guns, or shotguns (or all of the above, like myself), this gun is worth every dollar. It handles and sights like a real shotgun but is lighter and shorter and therefore more agile. It would probably be great with hand-thrown clays, if you can afford the ammo. Otherwise I would reserve it as a hunter, or a plinker using the less expensive pellets. The last review mentioned this, but I want to reiterate that there is an actual adapter that must be inserted into the breech in order to fire pellets. I was dissapointed to find that out, but the adapter seems to be a quick change with no problem. The pellets advertised above, "SKB-425", are .177 and will not work with this gun. I questioned the accuracy of pellets in a smoothbore barrel, but I took my very first shot out of the gun today with no scope firing a Gamo Hunter .22 pellet at a crow about thirty yards out, and it instantly fell lifeless. I have yet to fire a shotshell round, but I assume that the lethal range is about 10-15 yards maximum. I counted 20 pieces of #9 shot in the shell that I took apart.
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