Written on: 16/05/2010
Bought my Game Expo-26 at least 15 years ago and still have it. Only replaced the spring once because I left it one time loaded for a while...
Anyway; light, easy handling and relativly cheap for what you get. Accuracy for this range of airgun not bad. Plenty of power for target shooting 15m and enough if you want to shoot some birds (I admit, also did this when I was younger).
Good gun for fun shooting. If you want serieus targetshooting at club, look for different gun (but know you are paying… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/01/2010
It was my first airgun... more than 25 years ago. I still have it and it still shoots fine. For an adult, there are probabily better options, but it is ideal as a first "real" gun for a child or a teenager… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/01/2010 by Gijs (1 review written)
My expo is from 1977. I woult never buy een other airgun again.
After more then 7500 shots, it is still very accurat. My son, uses this Gamo expo in de club… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/01/2009 by R S Olson (1 review written)
I picked mine up as part of a trade and decided to use it as a basement practice piece during winter months. After cleaning and lubing it I added a $39 4x32 Walther scope. With Meisterkugeln 8.2 g wad cutters It shoots 3/8" groups at 5 meters very consistently and will drop them all in one hole when I'm having a good day. A new trigger should make it a real joy… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/01/2007 by Henkie (2 reviews written)
It's an accurate airgun an not very expensive too.
You can shoot a lot of game with it and it's certainly lethal for all smallgame (even crows and ducks) till 15 meters.
Don't try to shoot canadian geese with it in the chest, they won't come down.
Just like tophunter said: Its a great gun. GET IT… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/12/2006 by rzebrak (24 reviews written)
I don't know which Expo my previous reviewer is describing.
At first I had a lot of problems trying to find anything about that rifle on line.
I sent email with Q to Gamo website - no response. I've seen in one UK catalog Gamo Expo .22 for 150 pounds second hand. I bought my in Sport Authorities as discount b/o it was missing everything else and did not have a box. I got it for $69.
After I tried it without scope and with three different scopes I returned it to store. It consistently missed the… Read Full Review
Written on: 26/06/2005 by top hunter (2 reviews written)
The Gamo Expo is a great gun. Very accurate also. I was getting rid of doves in my barn, and I hit one right in the chest leaving a hole the size of a dime (thats pretty good for a rifle that is only 650 fps).
This is a great gun. GET IT!… Read Full Review