Date: 14/8/2020 10:24

Customers Q&A on Gamo Swarm Whisper Multi-shot Air Rifle

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  • Tyler from USA asked:

    Whats the fpe?

    • Mark from USA:

      .177 cal 20 FTLB 22 ca, 28 FTLB

  • Florin from USA asked:

    How noisy is this gun, can it be shot in the backyard without the neighbors complaining ? How many decibels ? And are the quietest gas piston in .22 caliber ?

    • Mark from USA:

      The Swarm is fairly standard in noise level. Beyond 30-35 feet you won't here much of anything.

  • Shawn from USA asked:

    What is the best pellet to shot with this gun

    • David from USA:

      Others have seen success with H&N FTT Power, Predator GTO Domed, and RWS Super H Point. Of course, your mileage may vary.

    • Mark from USA:

      Pellet selection is by trial ande error.

  • Jeff from USA asked:

    Where is this made?

    • Mark from USA:


  • Deter from USA asked:

    Any real fps specs someone would like to share?

    • Cass from USA:

      Obviously weight and BC will affect the "specs" but I tested 11 different pellets ranging from 10gr FTT Green (H&N) at an average velocity of 920.8 fps and 18.9 ft-lb of muzzle energy all the way to a 21.1gr H&N Barracuda Match with a disappointing 15.2 ft-lbs of muzzle energy. Average muzzle energy for the entire test was 15.9 ft-lbs with an average velocity of 685 fps. All testing was done with 10 shot groups.

  • Bengiovan from USA asked:

    Would a 12.7 inch scope fit on this rifle?

    • Mike from USA asked:

      what is the difference between the Whisper and the Maxxim???? Thats with the GAMO swarm.........

      • Val from USA:

        Scope and trigger...

    • Rick from USA asked:

      Is this the same product as the gamo swarm maxxim? what's the difference?

      • Val from USA:

        Scope and trigger...

    • Tunde from USA asked:

      Just out of curiosity, what distinguishes this model from the Gamo Swarm Maxxim ? I ask because they look identical, and have identical performance specs.

      • Val from USA:

        Scope (4x32 vs. 3-9x40), and trigger - CAT vs. SAT.

      • Val from USA:

        Scope (4x32 vs. 3-9x40), and trigger - CAT vs. SAT.