Written on: 12/02/2004 by dingo118 (1 review written)
cheap, powerful , attractive, good scope (dealer decides if he wants to include a scope, is not from gamo)
took a while to break in.
Ok... by the sound of some of these bad reviews, it sounds like people dont have any patience. The Gamo 220 Hunter Combo .177 will smooth out after 500 - 1500 shots. This is standard spring air gun stuff. The twang of the spring will get less, the barrel will pull straight and everything will come together. Is this a 1500 dollar match gun. it's a back yard plinker. But even so.. it'll shoot very small groups at 50 yards after you get it worn in.
and to the guys that bought an RWS for less than a 220... all I say is ????? I live in hawaii and still paid $50 less than I can find an rws online. fyi... I paid $150 for my 220 (those are american dollars y'all)