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.177 Caliber Hunter Sport Air Rifle 3-9x40mm Scope Breakbarrel 2-Stage Trigger Beech Hardwood Stock Warranty

Gamo USA
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Specifications and features:
.177 caliber
Shoots pellets ONLY
Breakbarrel cocking mechanism
Automatic cocking safety system
30 lbs. cocking effort
Rifled steel, flutted bull barrel
1200 fps w/PBA pellets
1000 fps w/lead pellets
Manual safety
2-stage adjustable trigger
Beech hardwood stock
Ventilated rubber buttplate
Raised comb cheekpiece
Grooved receiver
3-9x40mm scope
Integral scope mount
43.25" overall length
3.79 lbs. trigger-pull
7 lbs.
Limited lifetime warranty

For warranty issues, contact:
Gamo USA
3911 SW 47th Ave., Suite 914
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33314
fax 954-581-3165
Total number of Reviews: 6

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4.0 5
"I recently purchased this air rifle and found some pro's and con's. This air rifle is definitly very strong and is deadly on pretty much any small game at about 45 yards. I did notice that it is almost impossible to zero the scope because it is mounted on the spring loaded section of the rifle and gets out of wack after about twenty shots so i upgraded my scope to a shock proof bsa model scope and found a major improvement in accuracy. another thing that i noticed is the dramatic change in bullet trajectory when useing the P.B.A ammo in comparison to the standard lead or hollow point pellets so i recommend that the user adjust his scope to a specific load at about 30 yards for ultimate performance. overall i am very satisfied with the rifle it is extremley powerfull and even though it is not capable of shooting very tight groups it is more than adacuate for small game hunting or pest control. I would definitley recomend this rifle and am 100% satisfied with my buy i just wished that GAMO would install a better scope on the rifle but for a small price here at cheaper than dirt you could get a great scope and solve the problem!"
5.0 5
"this gun is state of the art! its both powerful,and accurate. once you set the scope on your target,they will never know what hit them!!!!!!!"
5.0 5
"I bought this rifle cause I moved from Phoenix out to the country and wanted some thing to shoot in my back yard aside from my Bowtech. Ive shot this thing WELL over 500 times and then it broke... No power nothing, could not even break a mayo jar! Called Gamo, sent it in and presto, THEY SENT ME A NEW RIFLE!!! GREAT COMPANY GREAT WARRANTY, I REALLY PUNISHED MY RIFLE THOUGH SO ASIDE FROM THE O-RING ISSUE DONT BEAT IT AROUND LIKE ME."
5.0 5
"i have owned this gamo for three or four years with no problems what so ever.however there are a few things you need to know.first,clean it,i use a bore snake and it works very well.projectile diameter is very small so it must be kept clean.accuracy will stay in step with a clean barrel.a proper scope for a air gun is a must,recoil is different from a firearm and a regular rifle scope will not last,also i recommend a scope mount stop to keep scope in place on rail.the last step is to sight in with premium ammo and to stick with it,when i buy pellets i buy in quanity and at the same time,pellet consistancy will generally stay the same.well i have talked enough so i hope this helps,remember this is a very powerful rifle so make sure of your backstop and stay safe.semper fi"
4.0 5
"This is a great pellet gun for taking care of the neighborhood strays. Shoots straight and hard, but only with PBA pellets. The only problem with this air rifle was it was difficult to sight in and the recoil causes the bolts to loosen on the scope mount and the rifle. I had to take off the scope and re-mount it to get it zeroed in. I also secured the bolts with a drop of nail polish to solve that problem. Ever since, I have been reducing the pet population from my front porch."
1.0 5
"I bought this gun and I had to keep sighting it in every few shots. I made sure everything was tight, and changed the scope. Nothing worked. I finally got an e-mail back from Gamo, but I didn't have the reciept. If you spend that much money on something you would think that it would shoot good. I liked my Daisy Powerline much better."