Date: 17/8/2018 3:21
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Customers Q&A on Gamo Coyote SE PCP Air Rifle

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  • scott from USA asked:

    Do you know if there is a conversion kit or modification to replace the fill probe system with a foster quick connect nipple? If no kits, do you know of anyone doing their own conversion? thanks.

    • Tyler from USA:

      I have not seen one yet

  • L. khang from USA asked:

    How much this gun really weights? It says 6 1/2 lb but some mentioned that is around 8 lb.

    • Pezhman from USA asked:

      The picture shows Gamo Coyote Whisper model. Is it Gamo Coyote Whisper?

      • Tyler from USA:

        Yes

    • sengsackda from Laos asked:

      How many PSI if I want to fill the air to my Gamo coyote PCP?

      • Tyler from USA:

        The max fill pressure is 3,365 psi

    • Richard from USA asked:

      Any way to get rid on that twang sound the coyote makes when fired

      • Matthew from USA:

        You will need to get a depinger

    • sengsackda from Laos asked:

      And how to make more power with Gamo Coyote S410?

      • sengsackda from Laos asked:

        Hi Sir I have a problem with my Gamo Coyote S410 the screw in the bolt handle it's broke so I need your help thanks

        • Glen from USA asked:

          BSA Bucaneer SE is 2 lbs heavier than the Coyote yet they're the same gun? And the BSA doesn't have the pickle on the end. I think the Coyote is heavier?

          • Stanley from USA:

            The Coyote is the lighter of the two and yes it has the same pickle? Gamo does own BSA so they are very similar . With BSA the price of admission is higher over a( hundred dead presidents) .

        • Salvador from USA asked:

          I'm looking for a bipod for this rifle which one should I buy?

          • Stanley from USA:

            First you will need to install these #PY-A-5158 GrovTec wood srews & swivel studs in the forearm and the rear. Then any bipod that attaches to a swivel stud will work.

        • Salvador from USA asked:

          I used a regular ol wire hanger to remove a pellet that got stuck, could I have damaged the barrel?

          • pcp4me from USA:

            Btw, an Aluminum cleaning rod is softer than the steel barrel, and thus won't damage it under normal circumstances! These things are expensive! Be wise, don't abuse them!

          • pcp4me from USA:

            Why the heck would you do that? Use a .177 cleaning rod to remove stuck pellets!

          • Stanley from USA:

            These are hammer forged barrels according to Gamo/BSA so its possible not much damage was done. You could use a flashlight to look at the barrel ?

        • Fernando from USA asked:

          I have this rifle since 1 year ago, but doesnt came with the silencer, can i buy it separate?

          • Stanley from USA:

            Yes they are available .

        • Chris from USA asked:

          Why was the .25 caliber version pulled off the shelves infavor of the silenced .22?

          • Stanley from USA:

            My understanding is that Gamo is discontinuing the 25 caliber but i see that this website has some available . Get one while you can.

        • Mr Q from USA asked:

          Can a Charlie Tuna trigger replace the CAT trigger in the Gamo Coyote SE?

          • Stanley from USA:

            If you visit Charlie Da Tunas website it only list replacement triggers for springers ? None for PCP' s . I have a BSA Scorpion 1200 SE and the trigger is highly adjustable since Gamo owns BSA the Coyote should be just as adjustable . Probably very similar ? Just my guess ?

        • John from USA asked:

          Has Gamo announced WHEN the .25 cal version will be available for sale???

          • Stanley from USA:

            See above ?

        • half from USA asked:

          Has anyone payed attention to any change, + or - , that comes from a decent period of break in? Haven't shot my .177 enough to call it " broken in " yet (at least I don't think so ) but I'm getting pretty good performance from the gitgo. Can I expect even better?

          • Sal from USA asked:

            Does the Gamo Coyote use Walther barrel?

            • Stanley from USA:

              No it uses whats called a ( hammer forged barrel ) from its Gamo / BSA roots . Just as good.

          • ming sum from USA asked:

            Is there are any regulator for this gun (with in your company ).

            • Tyler from USA:

              It's not regulated

            • Stanley from USA:

              Description states ( self regulated valve ) ? Who's right ?

            • Barry Harmon from USA:

              From reviews no, this gun is not regulated.

            • Stanley from USA:

              Included ?

          • ming sum from USA asked:

            is it this gun has a ragulator system?

            • Tyler from USA:

              It does not have a regulator.

            • half from USA:

              Haven't taken my .177 apart but I have chronographed it with a number of pellets and there simply is no "curve" when I plot a graph of 60 shots or so.Very consistent shot to shot velocities. If it doesn't have a regulator it doesn't need one !!

            • Barry Harmon from USA:

              From reviews no, this gun is not regulated.

            • Stanley from USA:

              Unsure , call pyramid air and inquire at 888-262-4867. I believe all Gamo/BSA PCP's are regulated . Gamo does own BSA as well .

          • Danny from USA asked:

            Does the magazine except h&n baracuda pellets?

            • pcp4me from USA:

              The magazine is an inert object and cannot have exceptations! BUT it will ACCEPT the barracuda pellets!

            • Val from USA:

              yes

          • Nicholas from USA asked:

            How long are the dove tail grooves?

            • Stanley from USA:

              6 3/4 inches.

          • Jason from USA asked:

            How loud would you rate this gun?

            • half from USA:

              I rate my .177 as "Silent". All I hear outside is the hammer spring unloading. My wife tells me that when shot in my basement, at the top of the stairs it sounds like a silencer on TV (pffft) only as if shot from a considerable distance away.

            • Stanley from USA:

              3 medium.

          • hegshen@yahoo.com from USA asked:

            Does this gun have the same "strike fast valve" system as the scorpion se platform?

            • Barry Harmon from USA:

              From the AirgunWebTV review, yes, this does have the fast valve system.

          • james from USA asked:

            Dont know which one to get the marauder 22 ,gamo coyote whisper 22 or hatsan at44 tactical 22

            • William from USA:

              I can see how you are confused. They can all be found for under $500 and each have their own positives and negatives, but all are in the same entry level PCP category, and are fine guns in their own right. I would say that most shooters would choose the Benjamin. I have never owned the Marauder, but do have the Coyote in all three offered calibers, and have the Hatsan AT44-10 Long in .25 cal. with wood stock. I like the Coyote because of it's BSA connection, and better accuracy over the others you mentioned. It is also a shorter gun, and has nice wood, which I prefer over synthetic stocks. .22 caliber is a good choice as it is a good all around caliber for targets, plinking, hunting, and the ammo is widely available in many shapes and sizes at value cost.

          • james from USA asked:

            How many fps with jsb 18.1 grain

            • james from USA asked:

              Trying to decide which pcp air rifle to get the hatsan at44 qe tactical 22. Or gamo coyote whisper 22.

              • William from USA:

                I would go with the Gamo. It is shorter, lighter, and more accurate. Price is about the same.

            • Bob from USA asked:

              Is the "Silentium" option available?

              • Stanley from USA:

                Its included.

            • Wesley from USA asked:

              If I were to purchase this air rifle, will the pump to fill the cylinder come with the gun, or will I need to purchase one separately? Also, if I do need to purchase a pump separately, which do you recommend?

              • pcp4me from USA:

                From my experience, skip the pump and get an 88 cu ft carbon fiber tank! Unless you are a body builder, or glutton for punishment, the pump is not a good choice! Trust me, I KNOW! Started with a pump! Never again!

              • Skinnymitch from USA:

                You're going to choose to use a hand pump I would definitely make sure it's one that has a desiccator or water trap

              • half from USA:

                I got a combo that came with an Air Venturi G6 pump. I'm 61 yrs and 200 lbs and have "suffered the ravages of a life of excess" as they say, but I can still pump up my Coyote with just medium effort with it . It is very smooth and plenty fast once you accept that it works better if you go slower, i.e., 1 second pause at the top and bottom of each stroke and stiffen your arms and bend your knees on the down stroke so you are letting gravity apply as much of your body weight to the pump handle as possible. There are videos that demonstrate this.

              • William from USA:

                A pump is an accessory and unless specifically stated as being part of a combo package when you buy your gun, you will have to order it as a seperate item and pay extra. The choice of which pump to purchase will be up to you. Each brand of pump has it's pros and cons. Do the research and good luck in choosing the right one for your requirements.

            • Steve L. from USA asked:

              Is the bolt reversible for left handed cocking?

              • William from USA:

                The bolt handle can simply, and easily, be reversed for left handed users.

            • Mike from USA asked:

              Same horrible trigger as all the other gamos?

              • Michael from USA:

                No it is smooth like the SAT but fully adjustable.

            • Bruce from USA asked:

              Is the air tank removable like the Hatsan? Is a sound suppressor available?

              • pcp4me from USA:

                Ummnn...you all DO know this gun is silenced already, right? I mean, short of doing covert ops in your driveway, what else do you need/want?

              • Stanley from USA:

                Air tank is not removable . Any silencer that is 1/2 inch unf will fit.

              • david from United Kingdom:

                Any silencer with 1/2 inch unf will fit on it, David UK

            • Hector from USA asked:

              Can you install a barrel break/compensation by TKO REDUCED REPORT for this rifle.

              • Val from USA:

                It already comes in with a built in sound suppressor.

            • Fernando from USA asked:

              What do i need to fill this rifle with a scuba tank?

              • Val from USA:

                Click on the PCP Hookup tab and choose SCUBA tank as the source of air. This web site will show you what you need to buy to connect.

              • Barry Harmon from USA:

                To use a scuba tank you will need an adapter valve and fill line with proper fitting.

              • micheal from USA:

                you can, but you can fill with a pump that has 3000 psi or 4500 psi.

            • Joseph from USA asked:

              How long is the barrel? What is the size of the air tube?

              • Fernando from USA:

                Barrell lenght is 18.5" and the cylinder capacity is 153cc.

            • Y from USA asked:

              What is the muzzle threading size, 1/2-28?

              • Steve L. from USA:

                No. It's 1/2-20 UNF.

            • David from USA asked:

              There is a mention of 25 caliber. When?

              • William from USA:

                The .25 cal. version is now on the market.

              • Val from USA:

                later in the year, they said...

            • Jeff from USA asked:

              Is the fill fitting the same as the one on the Benjamin Marauder? I'd like to use the same pump for both.

              • Val from USA:

                You will need an adapter. Click on the PCP Hookup tab and choose the pump you have, the web site will guide you to the right adapter if you need one

            • Rafique from Norway asked:

              Fps with led pellets?

              • pcp4me from USA:

                Last I looked, there are NO led pellets. Led's are lights! They DO make lead and alloy pellets. Though a led pellet MIGHT be a great advantage! It would "light up the night" so to speak! :-)

              • half from USA:

                In .177 Gamo Tomahawk from 3200 psi to 1650 psi =56 shots above 1000 fps avg 1035 fps. Crosman Premier Ultra Magnum from 2800 psi to 1700 psi ( Sweet spot on my gun)= 35 shots at avg of 890 fps. H&N Sniper Magnum from 3200 psi to 1500 psi =58 shots at avg of 750 fps. these are all lead pellets of increasing weights. Hope this helps.

              • Fernando from USA:

                901.01 FPS average muzzle velocity with a 14.3 gr pellet (Crosman Premier HP) And 25.83 Ft/Lbs of average muzzle energy

              • Geno from USA:

                Hes asking what the FPS with lead pellets is. Not asking if the stated FPS is with leads. But i dont think anyone really knows yet. Seems decently knew

              • Val from USA:

                No, with alloy

            • Terry from USA asked:

              how many mags?

              • pcp4me from USA:

                Last I looked a few minutes ago, all magazines for this are $49.99 each!

              • William from USA:

                As I write this, .177 cal. and .22 cal. magazines sell for about $18 each. The .25 cal. magazine, however, sells for about $70 each! That is a significant difference! Everyone wants extra mags, so if cost is a factor, give this some serious consideration.

              • himanshu from USA:

                It comes with one magazine

            • Rod from USA asked:

              How many shots off one fill?

              • pcp4me from USA:

                Twenty five in .22 cal? More than enough to kill a whole bunch of rabbits, squirrels, possums or coons! Sounds good to me!

              • half from USA:

                In .177 Gamo Tomahawk from 3200 psi to 1650 psi =56 shots above 1000 fps avg 1035 fps. Crosman Premier Ultra Magnum from 2800 psi to 1700 psi ( Sweet spot on my gun)= 35 shots at avg of 890 fps. H&N Sniper Magnum from 3200 psi to 1500 psi =58 shots at avg of 750 fps. these are all lead pellets of increasing weights. Hope this helps.

              • Barry Harmon from USA:

                Just watched Rick Eustler's and Cecil Bay's review and after break in they were getting 80 in .177 and 40 in .22

              • Fernando from USA:

                Around 50 shoots in .177 cal, and 25 shoots in .22 cal.

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