What is the difference between this rifle at $159.99 and the Bone Collector at $ 209.99? The features and specifications are the same except for a MINIMUN difference in weight.
Tyler, you have excellent eyes. I did not see it. And from some posts the CAT & RRR does not make their supossed work properly.
Looks like the stocks are the only real difference.
How much quieter is it than the Crosman Shockwave?
What is the best (under $100) scope to mount for this rifle to replace the original one. Im looking for one that is durable and easy to zero in. Thank you.
Leapers UTG 3-9x40 AO True... and you can use the mount that comes with the gun for this scope.
Could I use this at competitive shooting competitions and which caliber would be better
That depends on what kind of competition and what the rules allow.
The 1st stage screw fell out the trigger and im having trouble getting it to screw back in. Its going in the trigger but not going in the hole to screw in. Is there a certain way to get this donr
Can you kill a turkey with the .22 verision
You can kill a turkey with a .177 or a .22 but always shoot them in the head.
Can the .22 kill a turkey
Wouldn't recommend it for Turkey
What are some good pellet choices as far as accuracy is concerned?
How long does the rifle diesel out of the box?
How does this gun compare to the Benjamin trail NP 2 in loudness
It is a bit quieter than the NP2
Can you put a sling on it?
The only workable sling would be the Gamo Gunbuddy sling Gamo Gun Buddy Rifle Sling,...
Does anyone have noise information on this yet, does the 'maxxim' sound reduction compare to the Benjamin Trail NP2?
In .22, it is quieter than the Trail NP2 series.
How well does the Gamo hornet in .22 caliber shoot? Go ahead and buy it or save my money?
Check out the video see for yourself: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Age3WOLXufQ
I currently own a Gamo Hornet in .177 caliber, I am pretty happy with it except for the trigger. Will this be a significant improvement, trigger-wise?
Yes..The Gamo CAT trigger is one of the better triggers on a stock rifle. You can adjust the first and 2nd stage. Crisp, light and predictable. You can even fine tune it by changing out the 2nd stage screw (Sear adjustment) (M2.5-.45 x10MM) I would not recommend doing this unless you have experience. But I have 5 Gamo rifles and I have either replaced or modified all my triggers. They all break less than 2lbs. But again the CAT trigger is one of the better ones right out of the box.