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List Price $229.99, Orig.Price $219.99 Save $40.00 (18%)
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Things I liked:Ease of use. This gun is easy to break over, and the trigger is good enough to do the job. Consistently accurate with multiple types of ammo including PBA Platinum (which, for such a light round, is very surprising). Fairly quiet with lead, but much louder with lead free.
Things I would have changed:The scope is pretty subpar. But there are plenty of relatively inexpensive scopes on this website that will be a fun upgrade. The suppressor on the end could be scaled down a bit, just visually looks like overkill.
What others should know:Great pellet rifle for the price. I've put well over 1000 rounds through it without a hitch. It's fun, consistent, and powerful. Enjoy this one if you get it.
Things I liked:Great gun. Very accurate at 20 yards with Benjamin hollow point pellets.[.177]
Things I would have changed:Front sight broke very easily. Definitely recommend getting a nice scope.
What others should know:Very easy cocking. Very light. Great for hunting squirrels [.177]
Things I liked:I bought this from Pyramyd after looking at one in the Gamo booth at the Indianapolis NRA show and just received it this past weekend. I was looking for something I could shoot cheaper than my tactical 10/22, and this fits the bill perfectly. The stock and grip are very comfortable and the whole gun is well made with great attention to detail. I have shot Gamo Red Flame, Gamo Match, and Gamo PBA Raptor through it so far. Once I had the rifle sighted in, it shot a ragged hole right in the red circle from 10 yards with the Red Flame, a 2 inch group from 25 yards, and even at 50 yards was consistently 4 inches low in a tight group. Very fun air rifle. The PBA is fun to shoot, with the crack of passing the sound barrier, and I could see only a little difference in repeatability.
Things I would have changed:The Gamo scope is the only disappointment. The scope is functional for up to 50 yards and allows you to shoot pretty consistently. It just doesn't really ever seem to be in focus, and the eye relief takes effort every time. I think my first accessory is going to be a decent scope.
What others should know:It's a blast to shoot and the tactical look, long barrel with futuristic sound damper, and light pipe sights gather lots of comments at the local range. Highly recommended for anyone who likes to target shoot, but doesn't want to burn hard to find, expensive 22 ammo. I'm hooked and can't wait to see how it does when completely broke in.