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Gamo ACCU air rifle, Premium Combo
Exclusive to Pyramyd Air, the Gamo ACCU Premium Combo arrives equipped with an upgraded optics package featuring a 3-9x40mm scope with adjustable objective. This enhancement is a useful step-up from a fixed focus optic and helps you line up your target with better accuracy.
The Gamo ACCU Air Rifle utilizes a spring-piston under lever, single shot action with a rotary breech loading system. The ACCU shoots at up to 1200 fps (.177 cal.), making it an ideal pellet gun for small game hunting and pest control.
A Gamo exclusive 2-stage adjustable Smooth Action Trigger (SAT), rifled steel barrel, and 3-9x40 AO scope provide precision accuracy for nailing small, hard-to-see targets. The fiber optic front and rear sights back up the scope and are preferred by some users in low light conditions.
This air rifle combines maximum performance with durability and features a tough, all-weather synthetic stock. The ACCU has an automatic cocking safety system, manual trigger safety and with its Gamo SWA (Shock Wave Absorber), 74% of the recoil is absorbed making for comfortable shooting.
|Max Velocity||1200 fps|
|Cocking Effort||30 lbs.|
|Front Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage & elevation|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
|Max Shots per Fill||1|
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Things I liked: I like the scope that is comes with. I like how accurate the rifle becomes after its break in period. I do like the easy cocking underlever and fixed barrel which contributes to the gun's accuracy.
Things I would have changed: So far, nothing I would change. The engineering production of this gun appears to be secure.
What others should know: I needed to fire about 400 pellets through this rifle before it finally broke in and stopped dieseling. After that, every shot has been a consistent FPS. The best pellet this gun seems to like for the best accuracy at 30 meters is a Crossman round nose hollow point, 7.9 grain.
Things I liked: It would be clearly my favorite gun if it was not so loud, I like my guns quiet. It is a touch more accurate than my Beeman R9 but the R9 is heavy for me to manage and Im not used to the trigger It is lots easier to load than the TX200. I love the light weight 6.6#s. This gun has lots to like. Mine is in .22 caliber
Things I would have changed: Clearer scope and charge more Make it quieter and charge more Change the rod to be less harsh on your hand when cocking
What others should know: I highly recommend buying this rifle
Things I liked: This is a fine gun with great sights. I needed a scope because my eyes can't focus on the rear/front/sights and target. I carefully removed the sights and mounted the scope. I am shooting 1/2" groups at 50 feet with the scope. I just started using it and have to try other distances. I did find that the "Gamo Match Diabolo" pellet gave me the best groups so far (.7.71gr. flat nose). Still experimenting with what works best for me, and I am pleased with this purchase. I did buy the "10 shots for $10" just to have the gun checked out before having it shipped to me. Velocity ranged around 975 ft/sec. brand new. Probably is faster now that it is broken in a bit.
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Would this in a .177 be a good choice for someone who is interested in getting into field target?
I suppose if you didn't want to spend a lot, yes, this would be a solid choice. But if you can afford to spend a bit more, I'd recommend taking a good look at RWS/Diana or Walther spring/gas ram rifles as they are better quality.
Does the GAMO ACCU177 Fixed Barrel Underlever Air Rifle include their newer IGT (Inert Gas Technology) Pneumatic Gas Cylinder Technology? If not currently, does GAMO plan to release one in the near future? Thanks in advance for any information.
It is a steel spring. Haven't heard of any plans for an IGT version
What happened to the Accu .22? Rumor has it is that they stopped selling them? If so, I simply dont understand why they would stop making the .22 version. I use my Accu .22 to take longer shots at game then I do with my more powerful, but far more hold sensitive springer/air pistons. Woodchucks and Oppossums out to 63 yards. Simply because the gun is incredibly accurate and puts the pellet where you aim. Gamo needs to know their is a good percentage of people that understand the physics of having hard kicking air piston and getting sick of overpowered kickers in different wrappers. And enjoy shooting more accurate but still perfectly able 15fpe airguns. The marketing ploy "magnum" is a turn off to many long time springer/air piston shooters.
Yes probably a possible replacement the Gamo 22 magnum with a the 10 round mag and the IGT power plant rated 1300 fps , although Gamo always says fps is more than the actual results. Your mileage may vary.
|Max Velocity||1200 fps|