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Written on: 02/10/2014 by JohnCarter885 (1 review written)
I got one of these for teaching my son due to it's weight and size. He hasn't even seen it yet ! I set up the standard sights on my 10 m range and I am impressed . I have yet to miss a 2 inch spinner at 10 and 15 m, and have hit 3 out of five at twenty. Its groupings are consistent from day 1, and I honestly can say its superb. I have had a variety of rifles for years, and all have been good in one way or another. Every Airgunner should buy one of these for fun plinking. I tried it with… Read Full Review
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: 11/05/2011
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: 10/02/2011 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: 30/01/2011
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: 03/04/2010 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: 17/04/2009
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: 10/12/2008 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
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