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Old 11-08-2018, 02:29 PM   #1
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Thumbs up Gamo Airguns

Just got a Gamo Whisper Fusion Elite. 22 and shot it this morning. Holy crap they have come a LONG ways since the 10 pump pellet gun I shot as a kid.

This thing FLIES, 975fps is hauling! I mean shoot, a regular .22LR is around 1200fps with a 40gr bullet.

What all have yall shot with these things? I know it will take squirrels out with no problem!
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Old 11-08-2018, 02:31 PM   #2
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How quiet is it?
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Old 11-08-2018, 02:32 PM   #3
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good thread. i have a gamo that won't do anything at the moment. anyone in the Austin area know anything about these guns that can fix it?
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Old 11-08-2018, 02:36 PM   #4
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Killed a jackrabbit once with the original Gamo Whisper in .177 caliber.

What ALL have I killed with a pellet gun?......I'd crash this forum if I even knew the answer to that question.

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Old 11-08-2018, 02:37 PM   #5
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I'm curious about the maxxim i think it is called. Saw them squirrel hunting on a show with it. 10 shot repeater. You just keep cocking the barrel. Academy has them for $199. I need a semi urban squirrel gun.

I had a gamo hunter 890 when I was in junior high and on. It shot .177 at 1000 fps and I did a lot of killing with that thing out to 60 yards. It was a big upgrade from my powerline 880.
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Old 11-08-2018, 02:49 PM   #6
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How quiet is it?
Um I mean its not like a regular .22 but I thought it would be a little more quiet. I guess it has to makes some noise to sling the pellet that dang fast.

I will try to video it next time I play with it.
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Old 11-08-2018, 02:50 PM   #7
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Old 11-08-2018, 02:57 PM   #8
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Don't limit your thinking to small game. Popped this dude a couple of years ago with my Benjamin 22 cal air rifle. He was facing me and I put it through his eye and into the 'think tank'.
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Old 11-08-2018, 03:01 PM   #9
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I've got one just like the one in the pic, it's pretty quiet but not quiet enough for me to take to the deer stand with me. I've shot birds and rabbits with mine. The first time I shot it, the pellet went through my 3/8" sheet of plywood and my wood fence! I had to get thicker boards for target practice.
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Old 11-08-2018, 03:02 PM   #10
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Awesome shot!!

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Old 11-08-2018, 03:46 PM   #11
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Don't limit your thinking to small game. Popped this dude a couple of years ago with my Benjamin 22 cal air rifle. He was facing me and I put it through his eye and into the 'think tank'.
Heck yeah, I will try to eye or ear hole a pig for sure!!!!!!!!

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I've got one just like the one in the pic, it's pretty quiet but not quiet enough for me to take to the deer stand with me. I've shot birds and rabbits with mine. The first time I shot it, the pellet went through my 3/8" sheet of plywood and my wood fence! I had to get thicker boards for target practice.
Oh I believe it!
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Old 11-08-2018, 04:11 PM   #13
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I've had a gamo whisper for about 8 years that I customized with a feather trigger, gas piston (instead of spring), nice scope set up, and sling. Research the best hunting pellets, I found a good pellet makes a difference. Only regret is that I got the .177 caliber, wish I would have gotten the .22.
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I've had a gamo whisper for about 8 years that I customized with a feather trigger, gas piston (instead of spring), nice scope set up, and sling. Research the best hunting pellets, I found a good pellet makes a difference. Only regret is that I got the .177 caliber, wish I would have gotten the .22.
Why do you regret that? Think the heavier pellet is just better? I always leaned towards the .177 penetrating better due to it's smaller hole. I have no first hand experience with a .22 caliber pellet gun.
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Old 11-08-2018, 04:34 PM   #15
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I have the Whisper also, it is alot of fun around camp. The kids liek to run around with it too, gives them good shooting practice. I had the .22 and the .177 I like the .177 more because it is much faster and IMO more accurate.

I have just killed the usual suspects, birds, rabbits, squirrels. I shot a opossum but it ran off.
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Old 11-08-2018, 06:18 PM   #16
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MidwayUSA has a Youth Model for $34.44

Gamo G-Force Tactical Break Barrel Air Rifle 177 Caliber Pellet Black Synthetic Stock Matte Barrel on sale for

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Old 11-08-2018, 06:47 PM   #17
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Why do you regret that? Think the heavier pellet is just better? I always leaned towards the .177 penetrating better due to it's smaller hole. I have no first hand experience with a .22 caliber pellet gun.
I think the heavier pellet is better for penetration and the size of game you can take. I also have noticed the accuracy can be a little better with the .22 caliber. I bought the .177 because I liked the idea of a pellet shooting as fast as a .22 and the crack it would make by going over sound barrier with light pellets. However, the .177 wasn't good for more than squirrels in my opinion. Shot two raccoons at my feeder (one multiple times) that I was not able to recover with the .177.
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Old 11-08-2018, 08:57 PM   #18
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I have a Gamo hornet that has the highest number of kills out of all my guns. Squirrels and rabbits be scared...
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Old 11-08-2018, 09:41 PM   #19
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I have had a couple of different gamo's over the years. The one I have now is the .177 silent cat. I have killed the usual small game with it and also a handful of gray fox, coons, and a nutria rat with it. The fox have all dropped stone dead with a pellet between the eyes. Fun little rifles for sure. My next air rifle will be a 22 caliber

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Old 11-09-2018, 10:55 AM   #20
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Don't limit your thinking to small game. Popped this dude a couple of years ago with my Benjamin 22 cal air rifle. He was facing me and I put it through his eye and into the 'think tank'.
How far was this shot, forgot to ask that yesterday?
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Old 11-09-2018, 11:16 AM   #21
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Shot on pig was 20 yards.
You should PM SaltwaterSlick - great guy and air gun expert. He is very helpful.
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Old 11-09-2018, 11:20 AM   #22
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With the selection of pellets that's out there you can do awesome stuff, can't go into detail on everything shot with mine but I've taken up to coon size critters with no problem, I use a lead pellet with a small bb in the nose for bigger, tougher critters, I think it's made by game don't have the package around to get info from.
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With the selection of pellets that's out there you can do awesome stuff, can't go into detail on everything shot with mine but I've taken up to coon size critters with no problem, I use a lead pellet with a small bb in the nose for bigger, tougher critters, I think it's made by game don't have the package around to get info from.
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Shot on pig was 20 yards.
You should PM SaltwaterSlick - great guy and air gun expert. He is very helpful.
ok, cool, thanks!
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Old 11-09-2018, 11:35 AM   #25
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I dropped a nutria in its tracks at 60 yards.
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Old 11-09-2018, 12:10 PM   #26
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How loud are these "toys" you speak of? I live in the city and hate squirrels, but I need to be subtle at the same time.
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Old 11-09-2018, 12:19 PM   #27
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Um I mean its not like a regular .22 but I thought it would be a little more quiet. I guess it has to makes some noise to sling the pellet that dang fast.

I will try to video it next time I play with it.
sub sonic pellets are much quieter.

I have a gamo whisperquiet, its a squirrel killing machine.

They have come a long ways.

The pellet selection available is diverse, lots of options.
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How loud are these "toys" you speak of? I live in the city and hate squirrels, but I need to be subtle at the same time.
I would compare it to like a nail gun going off. Its not super loud.

Get one!!!!!!
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I've shot coons, skunks and a possum.

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I would compare it to like a nail gun going off. Its not super loud.

Get one!!!!!!
I have been eyeing them for a while, sounds like its time.
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I have been eyeing them for a while, sounds like its time.
You around Houston?
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https://pelletgage.com/

This is a good friend of mines company. I don't have one yet, but as I shoot more I will get one for .22 and .177.
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Old 11-10-2018, 08:58 AM   #33
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I think the heavier pellet is better for penetration and the size of game you can take. I also have noticed the accuracy can be a little better with the .22 caliber. I bought the .177 because I liked the idea of a pellet shooting as fast as a .22 and the crack it would make by going over sound barrier with light pellets. However, the .177 wasn't good for more than squirrels in my opinion. Shot two raccoons at my feeder (one multiple times) that I was not able to recover with the .177.


I shot at a rabbit four times once with my 177. Couldnít believe I was missing and he wasnít running off. Last shot to the head tumbled him. Skinned him to find the other three holes were pass throughs in the chest cavity. I guess they fly through so fast with such little damage if you donít hit a vital...Would love to trade it for a 22.


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Old 11-10-2018, 09:06 AM   #34
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You around Houston?
No, Arlington Metromess area.

BTW, Nice Taco. 2011 DC TRD OR 4x4 on 33"
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How accurate is it? I opted for a PCP because my experience even with expensive RWS breakbarrels was that accuracy to 40-50 yards was not sufficient to kill squirrels consistently. Can you shoot dimes at 30 yards?

Regarding hunting, I am leaving Sunday to go hunt and I plant to take a pic with my .25 Marauder PCP.
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How loud are these "toys" you speak of? I live in the city and hate squirrels, but I need to be subtle at the same time.
Don't even try, no matter how many squirrels you kill they just keep coming back.
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No, Arlington Metromess area.

BTW, Nice Taco. 2011 DC TRD OR 4x4 on 33"
Dang, was going to tell you to use mine for a bit see how you like it.

Thanks, I love it. 2010 6" lift on 35s
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Old 11-10-2018, 10:59 AM   #38
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Just finished shooting one this morning. I bought it for the kids. Really like the Gamo models.
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Old 11-10-2018, 12:27 PM   #39
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I bought the Whisper Quiet model a couple years ago after staring at them every time I went to Walmart. It is anything but quiet but it does pack a good little punch. It will kill coons if you hit them right as well as squirrels and whatever else is in that size range. Tried to kill a piglet with it but didn't do the job. It's a fun little shooter and way better than a bb gun. The scope that comes with it doesn't stay true however so mine has to be adjusted from time to time.
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I bought the Whisper Quiet model a couple years ago after staring at them every time I went to Walmart. It is anything but quiet but it does pack a good little punch. It will kill coons if you hit them right as well as squirrels and whatever else is in that size range. Tried to kill a piglet with it but didn't do the job. It's a fun little shooter and way better than a bb gun. The scope that comes with it doesn't stay true however so mine has to be adjusted from time to time.
I know mine is way louder with the pba pellets. My rifle seems to like the hollow point pellets in the 500 count can accuracy wise and those made it pretty darn quiet .

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How accurate is it? I opted for a PCP because my experience even with expensive RWS breakbarrels was that accuracy to 40-50 yards was not sufficient to kill squirrels consistently. Can you shoot dimes at 30 yards?

Regarding hunting, I am leaving Sunday to go hunt and I plant to take a pic with my .25 Marauder PCP.


I have the same rifle. Itís awesome!



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Old 11-11-2018, 01:55 PM   #42
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My older one dropped yotes at 80 yards on the ol thumper.
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So I was shooting these on Saturday from a lead sled to sight it in and was not getting consistent grouping at all at 25yards.

Most likely the pellet?
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So I was shooting these on Saturday from a lead sled to sight it in and was not getting consistent grouping at all at 25yards.

Most likely the pellet?
Yeah, probably the pellet. I have never got any of the pointed pellets to shoot good. I moved to pcp's but I've had good luck with the JSB pellets in pcp and springers.
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So I was shooting these on Saturday from a lead sled to sight it in and was not getting consistent grouping at all at 25yards.

Most likely the pellet?


Get you some JSBís or Polymags. My WoodWalker pcp likes H&Nís 18.3 grain and groups about the size of a nickel at 25 yards. Thatís not bad for a pistol.
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Old 11-12-2018, 10:17 AM   #46
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I use these pellets in my Gamo Whisper Quiet. Red Polymer tip so they fly straight and act like a hollow point when they hit.
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MidwayUSA has a Youth Model for $34.44

Gamo G-Force Tactical Break Barrel Air Rifle 177 Caliber Pellet Black Synthetic Stock Matte Barrel on sale for

https://www.midwayusa.com/product/98...k-matte-barrel
I grabbed one a few weeks ago for my nephew. Dang good deal. $100 everywhere else. Gamo quality.
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Yeah, probably the pellet. I have never got any of the pointed pellets to shoot good. I moved to pcp's but I've had good luck with the JSB pellets in pcp and springers.
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Get you some JSBís or Polymags. My WoodWalker pcp likes H&Nís 18.3 grain and groups about the size of a nickel at 25 yards. Thatís not bad for a pistol.
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I use these pellets in my Gamo Whisper Quiet. Red Polymer tip so they fly straight and act like a hollow point when they hit.
I figured it was the pellet, I will try one of these. Thanks!
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I just bought these, will also try the poly tip ones next.
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Mine is picky about pellets accuracy wise.
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