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Average Customer Review4.5 (19 reviews)
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Things I liked:like all shotguns, this is an "up close and personal" gun. The option to use a .22cal pellet is a big plus when hunting a groundhog. But, you gotta get "up close and personal". That's not so easy when the varmint is wary of your presence. It however can be done and the gun is quite accurate. The shotgun shells are novel, but far from deadly unless the target is a rat or squirrel.
Things I would have changed:use a bit larger shot in the shells, make the shells reloadable.
What others should know:a fine gun as expected from gamo. so far I haven't had any repair or performance issues other than it shoots to the left with a vintage panzerfaust 2 weapon sight on it. It's best without a sight.
Things I liked: Its light , easy to cock , points to target very well. A decent 10 yard pattern, very accurate. If you want to shoot 22cal Pellets you just drop in a guide ( that it includes!!) and of you go!!
Things I would have changed:In theory more power would let it be able to use more shot in each shell, Gamo could defiantly incress the power plant!
What others should know:Good all around fun gun! I think scopeing it would be a waste its accurate has a smooth bore but don't expect one hole groups!!
Things I liked:Sturdy, Powerful, Deadly
Things I would have changed:The trigger is a little tough but its not really a bother
What others should know:Well the first day i got this gun it was the first week of squirrel season and i dropped one about 25 yards up in a tree with the shotshell. Everybody gripes about them but if you compact the shot more with a pen or something they throw a much better pattern for longer distance. The sights are a little different from a real shotgun. because it is a pellet gun there is a little raised black bidge type deal that makes you aim higher, with a little practice it is very easy to be accurate. I absolutely LOVE the .22 cal pellets. i hit a squirrel at about 30 yards and he was knocked backwards out of the tree. My neighbors HAD a skunk problem with their chickens and i offered to come and dispatch the pesky varmits. The chickens rest easy with this gun around