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Gamo Hunter Extreme SE Air Rifle

PY-3236-6265

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$459.99

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Gamo Hunter Extreme SE air rifle

  • Spring-piston
  • Breakbarrel
  • Bull barrel with metal jacket
  • Beech stock with twin raised cheekpieces (ambidextrous)
  • Checkered forearm and pistol grip
  • 11mm optics dovetail (no open sights)
  • Manual safety
  • 58 lbs. cocking effort
  • 2-stage adjustable trigger
  • 4.5 lbs. trigger-pull
  • SWA (Shock Wave Absorber) recoil pad reduces felt recoil by up to 74%
  • Includes mount, 3-9x50 scope with illuminated dot reticle (scroll down for scope specs)


Scope specs:

 

  • 3-9x magnification
  • 50mm objective lens
  • 1" tube
  • Duplex reticle with illuminated red dot*
  • Glass-etched reticle
  • 34 ft to 11.6 ft field of view @ 100 yds
  • 3.8" eye relief
  • 16.6mm to 5.5mm exit pupil
  • 12.25 to 21.21 twighlight factor
  • 2/+2 diopter compensation
  • 30 ft/30 ft max elevation/windage adjustment @ 100 yds
  • Fully multi-coated reticle
  • 1.55 lbs. (including mount)
  • 12.6" long


*If you turn off the illumination, the dot is black.

This Gamo scope has an etched-glass reticle, which is superior to a wire reticle because it's etched by a laser and is much more precise. That lets you get even more accuracy from your gun. Another way that etched-glass reticles are superior to wire reticles is when they're illuminated. The etched ones show the illumination only on the reticle. It looks like the reticle is floating. Wire reticles often have a reflection of the illumination in the objective lens, which can be distracting when shooting.

 



If you need to get rid of garden pests such as squirrels, gophers, possums, rabbits and birds, the Gamo Hunter Extreme SE air gun will take care of eradicating all of them. Its powerful velocity delivers a hit from which pests cannot recover.

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Caliber0.177" (4.5mm)
Max Velocity1650 fps
Muzzle Energy26.6 ft/lbs
Loudness4-Medium-High
Barrel Length17.8"
Overall Length45.6"
Shot Capacity1
Cocking Effort41 lbs.
BarrelRifled
Front SightNone
Rear SightNone
Scopeable11mm dovetail
TriggerTwo-stage adjustable
ButtplateRubber
Suggested forSmall game hunting/plinking
Trigger Pull4.2 lbs
ActionBreakbarrel
SafetyManual
PowerplantSpring-piston
FunctionSingle-shot
Body TypeRifle
Fixed/adj. powerFixed
Weight8.83 lbs
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By Kris from USA on 2015-09-08
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Things I liked: It can be tamed to shoot well.

Things I would have changed: Stop making this in .177 caliber and put on open sights. There are too few .177 pellets that will handle this power level from a springer. Open sights are the only way to determine if the scope is broken when you get shotgun level groupings from this gun.

What others should know: Don't use the recommended ultralight pellets in this rifle. The .177 Gamo Raptors (just over 5 grains) go supersonic and you will get a very loud CRACK. Sounds about the same as a .22lr, and will eventually ruin the rifle or scope or both. At the LEAST use a 10.5gr lead pellet. I got the best groups with the JSB Monsters (about 13.5 gr). There was no supersonic crack, no keyholing, and no wide pattern of shots at 20 yards. Velocity was about 840fps at the muzzle with the Monsters. The best I could manage was 1.5" at 30 yards with the JSB pellets. The extra weight of this rifle helps with the recoil, but it is terrible to carry around. Also the cocking effort is not worth the gains in velocity. For most airgun activities, the Diana M34 in .22 will fill the bill at the same price with better accuracy and a more pleasant shooting experience.

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By Daniel Paul from USA on 2015-07-27
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Things I liked: out of the box tack driver, at 15 yards I was able put one pellet right next to another

Things I would have changed: even the .25 pellet is greatly affected by wind, it seems like even the slightest breeze affects accuracy

What others should know: great buy BUT you will need to understand its limitations

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By pete from USA on 2015-04-12
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Things I liked: the power N the long range, groundhog still hate me at 80 plus yards and can't beat having your own air source

Things I would have changed: the cocking is brutal but I guess that's the price you have to pay for power and long range,this guy is heavy and long and its trigger pull is heavy,thinking of replacing the trigger

What others should know: the scope is crap but so is All other air gun scopes, this guy can get frustrating trying to break him in I'm finding the heavier pellet like a 20 plus grain is having the best consistent accuracy but still doing further tests .the gun is sensitive to its holder so be patient with it and don't concentrate too hard I have it in 22 caliber and though I say my 357 Benjamin Bulldog is my favorite this guy gets more action out of me so is my main. every other day its either dropping a pigeon or ground squirrel

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  • mostafa from Iceland asked:

    hello,why this air rifle is made in england?not spain?

    • Stanley from USA:

      Earlier versions where made in england like mine that i have owned since 2009. According to the manual they are now made in spain?

  • sai from USA asked:

    What is the muzzle velocity of this rifile

    • Stanley from USA:

      25 caliber claims 730fps with a 19 grain pellet . 177 caliber claims 1650 fps with PBA ammo . 22 caliber claims 1300 with PBA ammo and 950 with lead ammo . But your mileage may vary and keep in mind that these are only the manufactures figures and take them for what there worth . Different pellets and weights can give you much different results , if you have access to a chrony , test them for yourself and see how close you can get to those numbers. My hunter extreme in .177 shoots a high of 879fps and low of 848fps with crosman 10.5 grain ammo .

  • sai from USA asked:

    Can we take down a hog with this rifile

    • Stanley from USA:

      Videos on Gamos website show a .177 caliber doing exactly that?

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Item Description

GA-6110041254 [PY-3236-6265]
Serious knockdown power! Includes 3-9x50 scope with illuminated red dot reticle
Included:3-9x50 IR scope
Caliber0.177" (4.5mm)
Max Velocity1650 fps
Muzzle Energy26.6 ft/lbs
StockBeech
GripAmbi
ColorBrown

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