Caliber: .22" (5.5mm), Stock: Synthetic, Handle: Ambi, Gamo Swarm Maxxim air rifle, 3-9x40 scope
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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||975 fps|
|Cocking Effort||30 lbs|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
|Trigger Pull||3.2 lbs|
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Things I liked: Berry well built. Price point good. All the feathers make it nice to shoot
Things I would have changed: The scope.it works till you get a good one
What others should know: Grate for praying planking and pest removal. The mag is a grate ad on if you are having trouble with hitting Ware uaim use heavy pellets takes down squarls and rabbits no problem I have the .177
Things I liked: This thing felt great it was lightweight came up quick, clean and shouldered really well. the magazines are relatively easy to load and their user-friendly can't put it in any way but one.
Things I would have changed: Everything about the brand! I'm a loyal Turkish fan now at 6, yes six Spanish failures! I've given those guys over $1,200 for their weapons that are now in the trash! I've got the receipts to back it up and I've got the pictures of beautiful fully functioning hatsan weapons to prove I'm not a clown or an idiot! I don't think it's humanly possible that I could get 6 lemons and if anything now that I've grown more in the sport I'm even rougher on my hatsans then I was on my beginning Gamos.
What others should know: Be careful with the red 22 magazines they tend to leak pellets out and not really work very well. Some when their new, some when they get older every single one I've encountered ended up in the dumpster! However the blue one, my 177 is my only surviving functioning Gamo weapon out of 6 purchased!! Be careful with this brand, read the reviews, look for older reviews, look for updated reviews.
Things I liked: 10 shot
Things I would have changed: Better scope and different magazine location
What others should know: Love this gun for the quick reloads
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How do I remove the mutishot system from the Gamo Swarm?
We do not work on Gamo guns. We have never taken one apart.
Hello I have a Maxxim Swarm .177 pellet rifles. So far it had been functioning wonderfully until today! I just sat down to shoot it only to have it malfunction several times! When I cock the gun it loads a pellet from the 10 round magazine just fine but when I pull the trigger it just bottoms out like the gun isn't cocked. Then I just happened to touch the loading mechanism that holds the magazine & the rifle went off! But that doesn't make it fire every time! Sometimes I have to remove the magazine & cock it a few times before it finally fires! It won't fire after I cock the gun until I pressed the loading mechanism up off of the barrel but that doesn't makeitfire everytime it's malfunctioning! I take very good care of my guns & it stays put up in a hard gun case inside a safe when I'm not shooting it so there's no way that there was any kind of impact or anything to cause the gun to malfunction! Please help!
Will destroyer .177 pellets feed smoothly in the swarm fusion mags or will it fall out or not feed?
They should feed in the magazine. We have not tested them.
|Max Velocity||975 fps|