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Gamo Swarm Maxxim Air Rifle
Benefits of IGT over Spring Piston:
Breakbarrels are among the most popular airguns purchased by shooters who are getting serious about airgunning. They're powerful, accurate and consistent right out of the box - but repeating shots? Forget it! Over the years there have been many failed attempts. The last time anyone made a successful go at it was over 10 years ago with the Diana 300R Air Rifle.
The Swarm “breaks” (see what we did there?) into the market with an elegant solution, never before achieved by airgun manufacturers - a breakbarrel with a 10 shot rotary magazine that slaps a round into the chamber every time you cock the barrel. Did we mention this gun is fast? With a mere 30lb cocking effort you’ll quickly find the ability to fire repeating shots without a single shot reload can be pretty addicting! You’ll wonder how you ever managed to keep sane loading one pellet at a time!
The Swarm Maxxim maintains a consistent velocity of 1300 fps in .177 and 975 fps in .22 caliber (yes, yes, using the lead-free light ammo). As a gas-piston, this gun is easier to cock, operates in cold weather and has less recoil - a feature enhanced by the Shock Wave Absorber recoil pad. A 3-9x40 scope is included and mounts onto Gamo's Recoil Reducing Rail (RRR) 11mm Dovetail, built to reduce recoil stress on your new optics. These features combined with the all-weather synthetic stock and Whisper Maxxim sound reduction system, make this airgun ideal for small game hunters and those who want more target practice and less reload time - especially if you grab an extra magazine.
Is a quiet breakbarrel that spits out 10 shots as fast as you can cock it “just another breakbarrel”? You be the judge!
|Max Velocity||1300 fps|
|Cocking Effort||30 lbs.|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
|Trigger Pull||3.2 lbs|
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Things I liked: Excellent gun and accurate. Love to shoot without loading each pellet separately. Deadly on Red Squirrels.
Things I would have changed: Supply a couple of mags with the gun.
Things I liked: Fast shipping.....lot inventory.....excellent prices....
What others should know: Excellent place to buy items for hunting.....
Things I liked: This is my first break barrel air rifle. In the past, I have always used a slow, single shot, CO2 or a "Pump Up" rifle. What first attracted me to the Swarm was the pellet feeding magazine. At first, (Being a Carbine Guy), I was a little overwhelmed by the rifles overall length. Now, after handling it for a while, I like it's light weight and balance. It's easy to cock and as accurate as any of my other air rifles.
Things I would have changed: For hunting, this rifle needs someplace to attach a sling ferrule on the forearm. Attaching anything to the barrel that may place a strain on it bothers me.
What others should know: As with any Rifle, Air, or other wise, You will find that testing with various brands and types of pellets is a must for greater accuracy.
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Is it a bad idea to use wd-40 to lube my 10shot swarm .177
Depends on where you want to lubricate. If you're talking about the internals, WD40 would be a very bad idea. Use something like Crosman Silicone Chamber Oil or RWS Spring cylinder oil.
Will H N Pile driver fit in the 10 shot Magazine, of the Gamo IGT Elite Wood .177 ? (Same as swarm .177)
What pellets should i use for the gamo maxxim swarm .22? I tried the crosman hollow points and they werent very accurate please help.
Believe or not my .177 caliber likes the cheapie pellets made by daisy/winchester the domes and the pointed ones ( who knew )? Its just a matter of trying several different brands? Start with JSB or H&N.
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|Max Velocity||1300 fps|