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Things I liked: The flashlight is pretty darn bright for how little it is. The scope isn't all that bad, basically a cheap Gamo 4x32 scope
Things I would have changed: The laser should be adjustable considering at no point is the laser even visible in my scope
What others should know: The laser is not something you should use as an aiming reticle with this scope mount. The laser is high and to the side (depending on which side you have it), so it's basically useless. The flashlight on the other hand, that does work, and it works well. I could see around 30 yards away with it. The scope is a basic 4x32 scope from Gamo, which isn't a bad thing, Gamo makes decent scopes.
Things I liked: Very easy to adjust and once it is it is VERY accurate.I nailed a coon from 100 yards away with no problem.
Things I would have changed: NOTHING!
What others should know: BUY THIS SCOPE!
Things I liked: I like the way both the laser and flashlight are mounted on the same bracket. I also like the idea of mounting both momentary switches on the stock parallel with the pistol grip. That way with my thumb is in the thumbhole and I can click the laser swithch. My pointer finger is on the trigger and my middle finger is wrapped around the pistol grip, making it easy initiate the flashlight switch. Gun shoots great and the suppression works wonderful. It took a bit more than I expected to set the laser and sights, but it set up fine.
Things I would have changed: I had a problem with the flashlight. almost immediately it started acting intermittent with the momentary switch. After a couple of times it just went dead. I inspected the leads and found the red lead had detached from the rear flashlight cap...I looked closer and realised that their was no strain relief or exterior potting to reinforce the exit area and prevent tne wire from pulling out. So, I thouight I'd just resolder it...well,its pins are kinda potted and not user friendly. So, I went back to the push button cap swich which worked for a few days and the light also went out. Afterchecking everything, the bulb had burned out. A very disappointing experience that although they are accessories, it seriously impacts on the gun performance when hunting at night
What others should know: I would highly recommend that you get some kind of silicone sealant and put a glop on the endcaps where the momentary switch leads exit. Furthermore, dress your leads so that there is the least amontt of strain on the ends. Also I couldn't get a parts list number for the bulb. Just for fun I checked the price for the momentary switch...about $8 from Gamo but the minimum shipping to Hawaii was abou $35 NOT A GOOD DEAL!! You could send it USPS mail at a fraction of the cost. Anyway, I wrote to GAMO and want to see if they will cover this under their warranty and make me a happy customer. Then I'd rate it higher (literary blackmail? No, customer satisfaction when dealing with GAMO and a corresponding review of what the total package performance would have been if the gun and its accessories were working as intended. I'll keep you posted on GAMO's reply....I bought the Whisper VH on 11/19/2009 and its only been a little over 2 months.
Is there a replacement flashlight with just an on/off switch? My front cover kept coming off and eventually the wires in the back came out.
Kit Gamo Varmint Hunter, Rifle Scope 4x32, Laser et lampe de poche,its good for pistol Desert Eagle CO2 Pistol
Will this fit on the Crosman s32pc?
What type of scope base is on your gun? What type of mount do you need? Weaver, Picatinny, 3/8″ or 11mm? Do you need 2-pc mounts or a 1-pc mount? 30mm or 1″? Scope mounts intro (Airgun Academy class)