Written on: 12/12/2012 by jcrider1947 (1 review written)
I recently set up a portion of my backyard for target shooting with pellet guns. The Gamo Cadet Delta Is perfect for this. I like the sites, accuracy, and it has descent enough power. It's light and dependable. I have another pellet gun that shoots 1000fps. It am concerned about the neighbors becoming concerned about this, and the possibility that a pellet might go into their property and damage something. The gamo cadet is a little under 600fps and is relatively quiet yet has enough… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/05/2011
This is a great starter for a new shooter in the back yard between the ages of 6years to 8 or 9 years. My son 8 can load it himself and shoot very accurate in our small back yard. He shoots hi .22 long rifle any time we are in the woods. We are having fun plinking with his friends. I think older children will grow tired of the 525 fps. The rating given is for the younger age group would have scored it much lower for older shooters. If you are an adult get a real gun and for the sake of… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/04/2011
I have a Gamo 22 Delta Air rifle and used it several times. It was very accurate and did do some damage to the targets. It is the best first gun for one to start with target practice and then go for higher versions. I would recomend this to young teensto as it will not do much harm to others.
David Muller,Sri Lanka… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/02/2011 by AlmostArctic (2 reviews written)
The Gamo Delta Cadet was my second air rifle, but I treat it like my first since the real first rifle was a Chinese army model that only gave me a taste for something more serious.
I truly enjoyed the light weight, easy handling and excellent accuracy, even at medium ranges, but the reason I cannot, whole heartedly, give this otherwise wonderful rifle a perfect overall score is it's very poor performance at long range target practicing. This rifle is simply too weak for targets over 30 meters… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/01/2011
Handles like a toy but i can hit anything that i aim at.
needs more power but that would compromise the "toy" handling, cocking etc...
great first airgun shoots all regular gamo lead with ease.
shoots pba and heavy rounds lie doo doo though
easy one shot kills with doves and sparrows but pigeons, well this thing needs more balls
overall great plinker, ok for bird blasting… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/09/2010
Bought a Cadet Delta in a secondhandshop. $ 10,-. I Think it's an old one; Methal and wood. Serialnumber: 2029331. Has some users "left over in the wood" But it shoots fine.... i guest, that the norm is set with what you already shoot. Uzi, Fall, Browning and .50 Mag! Overall, its just'fun!… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/08/2010
This gun is a great first gun for garden target shooting.
Its lightweight and has a very comfortable rubber stock plate.
No recoil and a lot of rails and mounts for bi-pods and scopes.
Over all good first gun.
BUT don't attempt to hunt with this gun it wont kill it will injure it and lead to slow and painfull death accept for rats.
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Written on: 12/06/2010
I've had this rifle for a while now and overall, it is an excellent first gun. As for accuracy, I'm not really sure because in all fairness I've only used awful scopes on it that always move around, but it is great for plinking. I also own a RWS model 34 which weights over nine pounds with all my equipment on it and that is a great gun, but it is just fun to see the difference between the handling of these two because the Gamo is so light. After some use the cocking effort also gets very… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/05/2010
It is a very light easy to use weapon with a clever design… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/04/2010 by delica3 (3 reviews written)
good gun for a young age group my mate has owned the gun for four months know and he loves it and he said he reckened young age group could use it because of the weight but you have to get use to the weight or you shake a few mills each way but it is one amazing good gun… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/02/2010
I won my gamo In a du shooting contest but shortly after the fiber optics got broken off but this air rifle is highly accurate and worththe price they have these at anywalmart… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/06/2009
I just got the Gamo Cadet Delta gun at the Italian Sporting goods here in Vancouver,it's a nice gun to shoot , smooth trigger and light weight .The only thing I am not sure about is the plastic parts , on the barrel locking mechanism and the hindges ( I hope it holds )
This one is the de-tuned canadian version (490 fps). Too bad the original 525 fps is not legal here. Can sure use the extra 35 fps . Over-all this is an excellent gun for the money… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/05/2009 by SniperElite (1 review written)
hi all i have gamo cadet delta cal 0.22 but i did'nt find any document about it in gamo site i dont know why
general its a great and accurate gun for short range
we talking about 10 - 20 yards
i shoot about 12 dove on 15 - 20 yards and i hav 10 clean kill… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/04/2009 by Hred (1 review written)
My Gamo Cadet Delta gun is over 15yr old and still great, is intact all parts still fixed properly, and still fires where i want it, works like when new. Is a great gun !… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/04/2009
The Gamo Cadet Delta is a fun childrens gun. accurate,cheap,well built… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/12/2008
This gun is a great all around gun for people that don't have a license for more powerfull guns. This gun is a tank! I have had this air rifle for 2 or 3 years now and have beaten the snot out of it, but it still puts the bullets where i want them and is always there for me when a rodent comes wandering on to my yard! I would really recomend this gun for anybody that wants an all around air gun that will hold up to a lot of wear and tear. This air gun is great for rodent hunting and target… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/12/2008 by garryg072 (2 reviews written)
This was my first rifle and it was good until i grew slightly now i carnt get my eye relief when the scope is fitted… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/12/2008 by garryg072 (2 reviews written)
I would reccomend this rifle to somone who is only starting out but not as there second or third rifle.
This was my first rifle and its was brilliant before i grew and i couldnt use a scope with it… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/12/2008 by Shooter4life (11 reviews written)
its a decent gun but i would prefer it to be a bit bigger but its still hard to get my hand around it as i have very smll hands for the height of a 14 year old. Short decent for a 12 year old great for my 6 year old cousin the 1st rifle ive owned its quite powerfull but not enough to take down the squizzels. It has a terrible sound when it is fired i can't describe what it sounds like but its annoying… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/11/2008
Excellent for Squirell Hunting. The Gamo Cadet delta air rifle is really good. It can hold a .22 BSA scope. I did find that the pellets jam sometimes but nothing too bad… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/11/2008 by Peter Agriopoulos (1 review written)
The short stock really fits the young kid that I bought it for but why does it have to be so wide around the grip area? Come on guys it's suppose to be for a youngster and I have trouble getting my full size hand around it. This rifle is surprisingly accurate out to 15 yards. Groups of .75" are regular occurrence but what I found really annoying was the rear sight can be inadvertently pushed from side to side without much effort and I believe this will get worse with time. The best way I can… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/10/2008 by ekdesign1 (2 reviews written)
I bought this with my son in mind. His first gun, and what a choice I made. He's 6 and new to the sport and I didn't want to ruin his excitement by buying a cheap crosman or daisy product and have him hit the neighbor instead of the target. It took only 5 shots to zero it in. And at 30 feet, this thing puts 9 of 10 shots in a 2 inch circle, without a scope! The trigger pull is great and the strength required to cock it is so minimal, that my son does it easily… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/10/2008 by bruceypoo (5 reviews written)
For those of you who dont think it will take down small game you are wrong. Here in California squirrel season is open and this gun has already taken down at least 10 on my 3 acres. the scope it came with broke after about a month but then I put on a small daisy scope and sighted it in at about 8 yards. man everything I shoot at it hits. Granted it starts to drop at about 35-40 yards. I compared it to my Crosman 760 (since the velocity is close) and it is way quieter. One of the squirrels I… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/09/2008
Great for a younger shooter, i got it for my son. Fantastic gun, even i use it, it's really light weight and very nice to hold… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/07/2008
Great gun a deffo for your childs first gun. My six year old boy loves his wee delta,he loves shooting small game rabbits ect,to him this is his 1st real riffle,he added a lazer to it for accurisey which helps nicely,i have used his gun also great wee plinker… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/05/2008
Nice rifle. Lightweight, accurate, easy to handle… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/05/2008
I love this gun. over the past year i have taken 10 squirrels with this gun with open sights and one rabbit. all head shots. shot one squirrel at over 20 yards. cant understand why so many people say you can only take birds with this or thats it underpowered. a perfect backyard or suburban gun. if you can shoot this is a great little gun for small game. thinking of buying another. i use crosman pointed hunting pellets, cheap but accurate… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/03/2008 by kicknotes (10 reviews written)
This was my first air rifle. I've long since sold it, but it was a fun, cheap way to enter the sport to test the waters. Mine came with a cheap 2x BSA scope that wasn't worth the box it was packed in. At a rated 525 FPS, the rifle does have the power to take very small game. I've taken squirrels and chipmunks with it at 15 yards (using Gamo match pellets, I believe).
The cocking effort was so light, my wife could do it, and even she enjoyed it as a backyard plinker for popping balloons.
As… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/03/2008
I didnt like using the Gamo Cadet Delta, i shot it so many times but just didnt like the feel of it. I prefer something with more power so this wasnt my personal choice… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/02/2008
Very impressive gun for a beginner, the Gamo Cadet Delta rifle is great value for money, always one i would recommend… Read Full Review
Written on: 31/10/2007 by willoliver (2 reviews written)
The Gamo Cadet Delta is a excellent target rifle for a beginner.But if your are looking for something to shoot pests with, i think your would need a more powerful air rifle… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/08/2007 by newgunsmell (1 review written)
The reason I purchased this rifle was to improve my 10 meter air rifle shooting skills and as an introductory rifle for my oldest son. I liked the overall finish and construction of the rifle, but I had to return it due to the 1.25" groups at 10 meters. I also own a Baikal IZH-46M air pistol and it's more than twice as accurate as the Gamo Delta.
I shot at five bulls with 5 shots for each bull. I used Gamo Match (wadcutter) pellets. I'm not sure about the weight or speed of the… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/07/2007 by Biffo1262 (11 reviews written)
Does exactly what it says on the tin. If you want a light, functional first rifle for a lady or youngster, look no further. Invest in a decent scope, treat it well and it will give a lifetime of reliable service… Read Full Review
Written on: 17/06/2007 by DEATH BY PELLET (8 reviews written)
Power: 525fps only suitable for paper punching really, unless your really close to a rat or small quarry.
Accuracy: amazing for a rifle of its power 1/4in at 18yds
Handling: easy cocking good for junior shooters
Overview: an inexpensive at £70 rifle absolute joy to shoot, could do with a little more power, good for a small shooter, amazing target rifle, silent as a whisper, and a another good point is its smooth cocking… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/08/2006 by brett1991 (11 reviews written)
I have had the Gamo 177.cal gun now for roughly 6 months and it has been one of the best gun's I've owned so far due to its lightweight body and it's easy cocking barrel which i find to be an advantage when shooting live targets.
The gun has never broke or malfunctioned and has ran smoothly since i purchased it in February 2006.
I would highly recommend this gun to anyone looking for a starter rifle as it offers many features and is an easy gun to start up with… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/01/2006 by pistolhunter (1 review written)
I had picked one of the Gamo Cadet Deltas up about 6 years ago and I am still amazed with how accurate the thing is. In my point of view it is good but not the best in every single way I have owned it this long and it just keeps getting more and more accurate! But lately it has lost it all it seems at the 4-5 year mark it seems to break down and it seems much weaker the it was. But I would recommend it! I used to get 0.95 groups with it at 50 yards and had 40 yard rabbit killing power (with the… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/12/2005 by stormvoyager (1 review written)
Bought a Gamo Cadet Delta three days ago as Christmas gift to my son. He had problem cocking it so I end up shooting it in our back yard shoot-out. The accuracy was totally unacceptable. At about 15' a tyical 5 shot group is about 3… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/11/2005 by GiroJohn (60 reviews written)
I bought the Gamo Cadet Delta air rifle when getting back into Club Shooting. It is very easy to cock due to lower power and the longer barrel.
This is a good starter rifle for a younger shooter… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/10/2005 by CDNboy (1 review written)
I have had the Gamo Cadet Delta air rifle for about 2 years, and have found it to be very accurate, very easy to cock, has low recoil, and it's good for back-packing because of its light weight. I have used it to kill a lot of rodents and some birds, which it does OK on, but when you get to something a little bigger like a rabbit, your going to have to take more than one shot. I have enjoyed it when having to carry it on my pack, and I don't even notice it's there. Its major draw back is its… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/06/2005 by USsoccer114 (12 reviews written)
I have three different guns: A Remington 77, Benjamin 397, and the Gamo Delta. The delta is my first pick of the three. This .117 cal rifle is accurate and powerful at the same time. It shoots pellets only and with out needing multiple pumps it uses up your pellets pretty fast. My Benjamin shoots 800fps and the delta shoots 525. The benjamin can shoot through a soup can and out the other side. The delta can shoot through the can also. For 525 it has a very hard impact.
I haven't used this gun… Read Full Review
Written on: 26/05/2005 by BuckShot (1 review written)
I would recommend this Gamo Cadet Delta Air Rifle for people who are trying to improve their accuracy on little objects because its easy to handle (keep still) The only down side to this gun is the lack of power but it can be used to kill small game such as dove… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/05/2005 by 02matada (1 review written)
I've found this Gamo Cadet Delta Air Rifle to be very accurate over short distances but the lack of power really shows over long distances, however if you are are new to shooting this is a great gun… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/03/2005 by dmc888 (9 reviews written)
I have had the Gamo Cadet Delta gun a couple years. I have used at least 1000 pellets with it. Mostly gamo pellets. Has been reliable and shoots accurate. It's a pretty light weight gun and is small. Feels like a toy. It would be better with more power. But for 75 bucks and its one pump action it's not bad. Most rifles that price need multiple pumps, very annoying. Also very tiring. It can take down pigeons and small birds short-range with no problems. Never could take down… Read Full Review
Written on: 26/03/2005 by thomas003 (1 review written)
I got this Gamo Cadet Delta gun for a birthday present and I hunt squirrel and and can kill one easily from about 25 yards. It could be stronger and sounds a little weak. It has good accuracy and good enough power to kill small varmits… Read Full Review
Written on: 31/01/2005 by drgonzo2004 (2 reviews written)
I bought the Gamo Cadet Delta rifle a few months ago used. It's an excellent rifle in his category, light, easy to cock and load, accurate, well balanced and low maintenance.
I have a lot of fun shooting it.
The most important thing I find wrong in this rifle is the power, it is low but for the purpose of the rifle is good.
The stock is short for and adult (it is a rifle for kids) but this is not important.
the trigger can be better.
buy it!… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/12/2004 by JackassRastler (1 review written)
Gamo Cadet Delta - I'm new to Air Rifles, but I'm not new to the shooting scene. When I opened the box, this gun was TOTALLY unsighted, but that didn't take long to fix with the easy-to-use sighting mechs. It has a great build, and it's really sturdy. Easy to cock the gun, but not very powerful. I've taken out a squirrel from about 13 yards. I say, for a begginner, it's a great little gun. Very accurate for it's price… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/08/2004 by Jayson (1 review written)
Gamo Cadet Delta - Wonderful gun but it could use a bit more power that's all… Read Full Review