Recoil Reducing Rail maximizes scope lifespan with 99.9% recoil compensation
*Scope is unmounted.
This gun is loaded with features that make it much more pleasant to shoot your Gamo Whisper Fusion PRO air rifle for longer periods of time...less noise, less felt recoil, a trigger you can personalize to your needs and the option to use open sights instead of a scope.
|Max Velocity||1000 fps|
|Cocking Effort||41 lbs.|
|Front Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Rear Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
|Trigger Pull||3.74 lbs|
Things I liked: 21 FPE with Crosman Premier HP 14.3 grain pellets at an average of 820 FPS.
Things I would have changed: The hollow cavity in the butt stock. A weaver rail. The scope does not hold its zero. Forearm is too wide for a day of comfortable field carry.
What others should know: Gamo claims up to 1000 FPS. The best I could get over my chronograph was an average of 820 FPS, which produced a respectable 21 FPE at the muzzle. More than enough energy for small game out to 50 yards. With the harsh forward/reverse recoil, the dove tail rail does not offer enough surface tension or mechanical stops to hold the scope mounts securely, which causes the scope to loose zero after about 30 shots. The hollow cavity in the butt stock is like having your football helmet on and the couch hits it with his keys to get your attention. It really rings your ear when the shot releases while holding a good cheek weld. This rifle is anything but quiet. I got an average of 103 DB. My 22 long rifle shooting CB shorts, is only 99DB and that is without any suppression. Gamo has no truth in advertising. If you live in the city and want this rifle for plinking in your back yard, be prepared to see the police. Accuracy is acceptable for field hunting, not punching bragging sized groups.
Things I liked: Power it lacks not
Things I would have changed: Accuracy at distance
What others should know: Not accurate will not hold a group cannot site it in accurately
Things I liked: nothing worth mentioning
Things I would have changed: i wouldn't advertise that this gun is quiet, as it is loud. Trigger pull is heavy. Cocking stroke is very long and hard. scope will not hold a zero for long. The scope will go to the neighbor kids to look at the moon. Save your money for a quality rifle. Pyramyd sells many much higher quality rifles. lastly talk to Pyramyd sales staff, they know their products exceptionally well.
What others should know: Don't buy into the Gamo advertising BS about this gun being quiet. It is NOT. Quieter than a short barreled .357 revolver? Save your money and buy something else of quality.
what bipod will mount to the barrel of this? Thank you.
Gamo Airgun Bipod is said to fit all gamo barrels.
Does this gun have the 33mm power plant?
While the Fusion Pro does have a 33mm cylinder, it is a spring piston air rifle, and does not have the new Mach 1 IGT (quieter) power plant. I wrote to Gamo directly to get this clearly understood, as one of the video reviews I watched on youtube incorrectly stated that the Whisper Fusion Pro was an IGT model. It is NOT. According to Gamo - "The Pro models are Spring . The Fusion IGT is 1300 FPS . The Fusion Pro (louder model) is 1400 FPS . The faster the FPS the louder the rifle". So, if you're looking for the new Gamo 33mm Mach 1 IGT power plant, this is not it. This is a 33mm spring cylinder model. If you're looking for the 33mm Mach 1 IGT power plant, you will find it in the Gamo Mach 1 Pigman Edition Air Rifle.
Yes it does have the 33mm cylinder.
What scope can resist with this rifle?
|Max Velocity||1000 fps|