by Tom Gaylord
Writing as B.B. Pelletier
This report covers:
- From Yogi
- From Will S.
- El Gamo 300
- Collectable Gamos?
- Beeman Precision Airguns
- Gamo 126 10-meter target rifle
- El Gamo triggers
- What about the interim rifles?
- So — what’s the verdict?
Today I am writing about Gamo. Here is how it came about. On Tuesday we received these comments to my post about the Gamo Swarm Fusion 10X Gen2 repeater.
“Well, Gamo knows how to make airguns and I’m rooting for this one to deliver on all that it promises.”
My only experience with Gamo was a piece of junk, and the pellets re not much better. What is the greatest Gamo of all time?
Maybe a Friday blog about it?
What is the best gun they have ever made? Anything worth collecting?
From Will S.
On some rifles, not all, Gamo uses an all-polymer breech block and the pivot bolt is GLUED IN so you can’t adjust it when the barrel has side-to-side wobble. If you can’t adjust such an important part of the rifle, then the rifle will permanently lose its accuracy and will no longer be interesting to use. No more Gamo springers with polymer in place of steel for me.