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This "Air Weapon" is awesome, as close to the real thing as you can get, even better than my Dan Wesson 8" pellet Revolver, and its almost all metal, even the mags.Things I would have changed:
Make the mags a little more pellet friendly.What others should know:
The mags require a soft pellet to get fully seated, unless you want a painful thumb, my favourite pistol round(Crosman Premier Super-Points) are hard to seat, so after digging around my .177 pellet selection, I tried some Kovohute Points, w/ excellent results in accuracy, velocity, and seating. I can't wait for spare magazines to hit the market, It takes a little of the fun away w/ only two mags, you're constantly reloading. Alloy rounds are very hard to seat w/out the use of a bic pen cover,etc,., but all in all, a superb purchase that I'm sure will last a long time. Cheeer's, Andy
|By joseph. c from USA on 2016-05-09|
|By Andy from Canada on 2016-02-14|
Likes. . . .Everything from metal weight & balance to accuracy and everything else expected in a revolver. Feature & quality rich revolver.Things I would have changed:
NothingWhat others should know:
Of the 4 similar revolvers I own, this new Gamo 776 is my number 1 choice. This Gamo 776 is a must try. I will update after more use beyond the 100 rounds shot thus far. It is at this point beyond my expectations. PA can get this to you quick & secure along with all other air gun needs imaginable.
WELL MADE,NICE WEIGHT,GRIPS ARE NOT LOOSEThings I would have changed:
REAR SIGHTS,ADJUSTABLE[THEY ARE] NOT PLASTIC BUT METAL[I'LL PAY EXTRA!!]What others should know:
A NEW SLEEPER FROM PA,SOME BLOW BY AT THE CLIPS,MY BE TRUE OF ALL WHEEL REVOLVERS?? I HAVE SO MANY GREAT GUNS FROM PA,IF MY 80 YEAR OLD WIFE KNOW,SHE WOULD LIKELY TRADE ME IN FOR 65 YEAR OLD WALL STREET BROKER!! [THEY MIGHT HAVE MORE THAN I DO].DON'T LIKE THE BB GUNS! MY DAISEY RED RYDER EXCEPTED[ABOUT 71 YEARS YOUNG @STILL HITTING MATCH HEADS @ 10 '
|By frank from USA on 2015-12-16|
Gamo has resurrected their old R77-6 pellet revolver, this time adding a removable 8 shot rotary clip. This gun is actually made in Taiwan by WinGun rather than in Spain by Gamo, but they have retained the swing-out cylinder, the rifled barrel and now provide a fully adjustable rear sight incorporating adjustments for both windage and elevation.Things I would have changed:
Gamo should include one or two WinGun-style Weaver accessory rails for the top and bottom dovetails on the barrel shroud. Regular accessories won't fit on these non-standard mounts. Also, at this price, the gun should come in a real box, not a miserable hard-to-open blister pack.What others should know:
Since this gun is part of the same WinGun SuperSport 700 family as the ASG Dan Wessons, Umarex S&W 327TRR8, Crosman SR357, Ignite BlackOps Exterminator and several others, you can use their supplied accessory rails to mount lasers, flashlights, red-dot sights, etc. to this revolver. Also their cylinders are interchangeable so this gun could be converted from 8 shot rotary clips to 6 shot removable cartridges if desired. All that is required is to loosen the Philips-head screw on the right side above the trigger and remove and replace the crane and cylinder assemblies.
|By John from USA on 2017-08-16|
Reali, accurate for small distance. Hours of fun with the entire familyThings I would have changed:
Add a mout for scope or red dot
heft, gripThings I would have changed:
would like to see it use cartridges, available in shorter barrel length. Time has come to offer versions of classic revolvers. need clipsWhat others should know:
|By michael from USA on 2015-10-16|
Perfect for training son. Have the actual pistol but he was intimidated. The heft and feel of all metal in rifled barrel a super plus. adjustable sights and list goes on.Things I would have changed:
Not a thingWhat others should know:
Read your manual and practice. Be safe. Some backstops bounce back. Be always aware what is behind your target.
It feels good in the hand. It appears to be a well made product with a look and feel of quality. It is an accurate "shooter". We plunk at about 30 to 40 ft and it hits pretty hard--it will make a soda can fly and put the pellet through both sides. If you are willing to use every oz. of CO2 in the CO2 cylinder and can make do with the drop in power, you can easily get 70 or more shots from a co2 cartridge. I bought for my wife (never shot anything before) and without any adjustments to the sights she was hitting soda cans, at 30 ft with regularityThings I would have changed:
So far, I would change nothing!What others should know:
Don't flash this gun around in public--it does not look like a .177 air pistol. It looks authentic-in all ways--so much so that you might find yourself getting into trouble with bystanders, or the law
Feel of the gun to hold as it is full metal (except grips as in all others). It shoots accurately if you use a laser or maybe if you can adjust the rear sight since it is fully adjustable. Also it uses clips which are easy to load instead of shells with complicated pellet loading as in Dan Wesson.Things I would have changed:
The clam-shell packaging. At $100, it is expected to come in a box, not a Walmart style CHEAP package which is a hell to open, and takes away lot of its appeal. I wanted to buy extra clips but they are not available yet. Also it should come with rail adapters to fit accessories as it comes with Dan Wesson and other similar revolvers at almost the same price. The trigger pull is a bit heavy even in single action - about 5.5 lbs.What others should know:
I bought this to replace my Crosman Vigilante which feels very toy-like with its big plastic outer barrel and light weight - this one feels realistic on holding and fits better in the hand than the "Vigilante". The rails below and above fits the standard rail adapters found with Dan Wesson and Black Ops revolvers. Accuracy is great in single action. I used a standard laser attached to the bottom rail and could shoot groups of 1 inch at 15 feet, holding it with both hands unsupported. I think the iron sights are not very sharp to make it too accurate. The double action firing is comparatively not so heavy, as it stacks - the cylinder starts revolving at the starting part of pulling the trigger and the ending part it releases the hammer similar to the single action. Hence by practice you can get good accuracy even with double action.
|By michael from USA on 2015-07-18|
This is a very nice pistol with good accuracy, weight and feel. It is clean and lacks the annoying white lettering of some pistols. It provides around 85 shots per Co2 which is in the grip similar to Dan Wesson. Trigger pull is crisp around 4 pounds and adds to accuracy. It has rear sight windage and elevation adjustments which is nice.Things I would have changed:
Although it comes with 2 rotary magazines I haven't been able to find a place to order additional ones. I would prefer for realistic sake only to have the shell loading feature such as other pistols I own, however the rotary system works flawlessly.What others should know:
I have quite an extensive collection of pistols from PyramydAir and this pistol is a welcome addition. The leather holsters that are available to order from Pyramyd will carry this pistol however they aren't an exact fit such as the fit of the Peacemakers.
Keep in mind that this is the first decent CO2 Pellet pistol I've purchased. It looks and feels great in the hand. Everything functions smoothly. It looks "REAL". The only surface plastic is the hand grips and the barrel shroud (but it looks like metal). It has good balanced weight. The rear adjustable sight (Elev and wind) seem solid and I noticed no wiggle movement when pushing on the rear sight. Out of the box my wife was hitting soda cans at about 30 to 35 ft with consistency and this was the first time she ever shot a gun! I was surprised at its out of the box accuracy and shot count. She put approx 80 pellets through it and the CO2 canister is now getting weak (80 degrees outside).Things I would have changed:
I'm not sure if it was me or not, but it seems to require a bit of finger power to pierce the CO2 canister with the pistol's thumb screw. Maybe a finer pitch of threads(?) would help. I'll put a drop of oil on the threads when I install the next CO2 Canister and see if that helpsWhat others should know:
Don't take anything I wrote too seriously--this is the first CO2 Pistol of any quality that I've owned. As I learn more about it and how it holds up over time; then I'll try to remember to update this posting
|By Anthony from USA on 2015-06-13|
|By Michael from USA on 2015-06-10|
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Quality construction, heft, feel in my hand, cylinder is very smooth, action is very nice, love the magazine -- it's metal. Top quality all around.Things I would have changed:
The scope/red dot mounting rails need to be wider. Either that, or GAMO needs to get a scope out there for this pistol.What others should know:
Worth the money. Pellet pistols are better than BB pistols in my opinion. They hit harder, are easier to handle, and are more accurate. At $90 with the PA discount, this pellet revolver is hard to beat.