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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: Fabulous shipping and customer service along with the best $200 under lever Air Rifle. Love the air rifle with the bundled, crystal clear, Gamo scope.
Things I would have changed: Bundle in a pellet assortment
What others should know: This sure isn't the old pump Crossman I had as a kid. :-)
Things I liked: Outstanding accuracy! Nice trigger. I have a Hatsan 95 that I really like but the Gamo ACCU 177 fixed barrel is my new favorite rifle
Things I would have changed: Nothing
What others should know: Buy this rifle
Things I liked: I liked almost everything, but here is the list: 1) I like the fact that it has underlever cocking. I pick this action over all others. 2) The finish and fit is excellen is t. ) The scope that came with the gun turned out to be very good, and is still on the gun (no problems at all). 4) Usually with a new air rifle there is a 500 round break in period before you start getting any real accuracy, but this wasn't the case here. It started giving me "tack driver accuracy" in less than 100 rounds (and was never really less than "very good"). I had a stroke about a year ago, and coming back has been tough. For a while, I thought I would never get this kind of accuracy again. Being able to shoot this well again has been a real boost.
Things I would have changed: About the only thing is that the rotating chamber was very stiff and tight right out of the box, but loosened up some when I added a little more lube (chamber oil). Given the choice of a little to tight a seal and a seal that is too loose, I'll take the tight seal every time.
What others should know: This is a personal preference, but be sure to do a thorough cleaning and lubrication of the gun before you shoot it (a good practice). The gun came out of the box extremely clean, and was properly lubricated (as it turned out), but this is always a good idea. Lastly, put a little extra "chamber oil" on the rotary chamber after you clean the gun.
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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.
A call to Gamousa customer service today vefified that the underlever Gamos will no longer be available. They have been discontinued.
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|