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Written on: 12/08/2009
i brought the gamo r77 nrevolver and i think it is worth the money there really nothing bad to say about it only its accuracy is a bit of but easily fixable the good things feels better than a crosman revolver i would buy this more than a crossman… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/05/2009
The Gamo R77 4 is a proper gun and goed quality for ist price… Read Full Review
Written on: 22/03/2009 by Soul Snatcher (1 review written)
The Gamo R77 4 is only for those who want to feel that they are handling a real revolver but not for practice as the power and accuracy are very inconsistent. Its good points are that it's very realistic and fun to shoot. Bad points are that it isn't accurate or powerful… Read Full Review
Written on: 22/04/2008 by thepaladin (49 reviews written)
Nice revolver, fun to shoot, more like a real revolver than the Crosman or Umerex as it uses the entire cylinder. Unfortunatly, it's not very powerful… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/03/2007 by Lonegunman SA TX (1 review written)
On first look, this gun appears to be the real thing. It has the well respected brand name of "GAMO" and what sets it apart is that it is the only revolver with a swing out cylinder. S&W and Crosman use a revolving disc which can be quickly replaced as a magazine, but not a true revolver cylinder. The design of the Gamo adds a measure of realism in function and appearance. One might assume this feature would be useful in training new recruits to load and fire a real handgun. Having said… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/02/2006 by marcel brake (1 review written)
Overall I think that the Gamo R-77 is not meant for target shooting it is really for hunting quarry which I have won two medals for with the Gamo R-77. So if you want a powerful revolver for quarry this is it… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/08/2005 by ted3929 (37 reviews written)
Use this gun to teach new students how to aim and fire revolvers. Unlike others, like the S&W, these Gamo's do not use a removeable cylinder to load the pellets. Instead, the whole cylinder swings to the left for pellet loading. Utilizing both SA and DA, these guns are great for training.
Watch out for the rear adjustable sights. One good whack and they'll be out of true real soon.
I've owned several Gamos for training and all have proved reliable, much more so than some Walthers I've… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/09/2004 by Bill (1 review written)
The Gamo R77 4 is a fun gun to own as it has a realistic double action and an 8 shot capacity. You can shoot lots of pellets quickly with this gun. Practicing double action shooting with the Gamo will no doubt improve your skills on a real DA pistol. It's good enough to teach new shooters the basics of DA.
Accuracy is ok, but the velocity has a pretty large spread even with a new CO2 cylinder.
Not a target gun for sure, but something the whole family could enjoy knocking over cans etc.
My… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/08/2003 by JC. (1 review written)
This gamo co2 revolver is very good choice if you need accurate and powerful co2 gun. It has combat grips made of rubber and they fit on your hand like a dream. Good gun for beginners and for backyard shooting. I have never had any problems with this gun. This gun has many plastic parts but the gun has very good build quality so it wont matter very match. Overall if you are looking for a co2 revolver this would be a good choice… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/05/2003 by gaz gun man. (1 review written)
this gun is plastic, which is typical for Gamo. the sights are the best on any of my air pistols, which makes this a very accurate gun indeed. mine has the combat grips, so its also very comfortable, and because its light, it stays on target very well.
I paid £100 about 2 years ago, I havent really had any probs with it, it still shoots, only now the hammer and trigger mechanism are starting to go, the hammer wobbles around somewhat, which makes the trigger less than effictive. a great… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/03/2003 by Animal Cheng. (1 review written)
I own this Gamo R77 4 pistol in the 6 inch barrel, wood grip variation, and have found it to be a thoroughly enjoyable piece. The balance, accuracy, and aesthetics are top-notch, and the optional scope mount is of good quality. I have outfitted my R-77 M6 with a Crosman 0280 red dot reflex sight, which aids greatly in target acquisition and designation. Overall, an excellent airgun for whatever the owner pleases… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/02/2003 by Nick Castelic. (1 review written)
A great gun for revolver fans. Realistic action, single or double. The thing I like most about this pistol is that unlike most co2 revolver models the whole drum swings out and not just a portion of it. Great fun to shoot, and if you buy the 6" model you can hit targets at quite a fair range. :)… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/12/2002 by Aaron. (1 review written)
The Gamo R77 4" Combat revolver is good quality for its price range. It is good for shooting pepsi cans but it won't go through a tin can (but that is typical of all co2 repeating air pistols). You get about 9 full loaded magazines out of one 12g cartridge (which is 72 shots). Therefore if you are looking for realisim in a C02 revolver, the R77 should be one of your top choices… Read Full Review
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