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Written on: 14/02/2009
Gamo Hunter .177 is so powerful that it is difficult to believe. I can shoot - with Gamo Master Point pellets - right through a 1.5 cm thick piece of wood. It is powerful, and dangerous, and NOT a toy! Hard to break, and a little heavy. No other comments. You have to try it to make your own opinion… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/02/2008 by theshootist (92 reviews written)
Excellent all around pellet. Best Gamo pellet available… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/11/2006 by amurrayx (48 reviews written)
I think what Gamo has hit on here is the best of two worlds - the synergy between the short-distance accuracy of a wadcutter, and the long-distance accuracy and Kinetic energy retention of a domed pellet. Besides the excellent internal and external ballistics of this pellet, the terminal ballistics are far superior to a domed pellet for hunting purposes.
At subsonic velocities the wound channel created by a domed pellet is narrower than that of a wadcutter. So, if you can create a pellet that… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/12/2005 by shoot2kill (6 reviews written)
Like the other reviews, I have used CPs, Klugens, Kodiaks and more. But nothing outperformed the Gamo Hunter in my S1K. There were some as good up to 40 yards but none were clearly better. My proof came from repeated target shootings, and then comparing the groupings on the paper targets. Over several days of shooting various pellets, in different orders I was convinced to save my money. I use Gamo Hunters exclusively.
As for the quarry, they have nothing to say anymore… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/11/2005 by brucemg51 (4 reviews written)
After trying dozens of different brands and weights of pellets in my Gamo Hunter 220 in .177 caliber, I have concluded that the Gamo Hunter pellets are the best. Flat-headed match pellets, and any sort of pointed pellets do not provide good accuracy in a magnum air rifle (1000 fps) such as the Gamo 220. I have dispatched many gray squirrels from my bird feeder, which is 20 yards from my living room window… Read Full Review
Written on: 21/08/2005 by leonidus (7 reviews written)
Gamo Hunter are the right pellets for the price, good accuracy up to 30-40 meters (yards), best accuracy with muzzle velocities up to 700-750 fps (220-230ms), hence not very suitable for magnum air rifles with 1000fps (300 ms) velocities. Hunting is best done within 30 meters (yards) range, as the pellet is soft and doesn't have the best penetration… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/06/2005 by TrevMaster (5 reviews written)
I found that Gamo Hunter .177 to be very good pellets for taking birds down at far distances. There are better pellets out there but they might cost you more… Read Full Review
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