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Written on: 29/07/2009 by DerekBebbington (2 reviews written)
I totally disagree with guest's review!
I have owned a gamo maxima for about a year now,and find it a great gun.It was very easy to sight in,and the balance is perfect.I have bagged game on my permission without problem,and even shot a noisy animal high up in a tree which was giving my position away.Are we talking about the same gun?
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Written on: 03/05/2009
After 3000 + rounds in this Gamo Hunter Maxima gun with scope on and off, IT WILL NOT SIGHT IN !
Piece of JUNK.. Looks nice but Not worth the metal it's made from… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/12/2008 by joshthekilner (1 review written)
very good air rifle good for its money and very powerful and very accurate for a breakbarrel air rifle. Only problem is that its not the best looking air rifle in the world… Read Full Review
Written on: 22/10/2007 by oliecurtis (1 review written)
Overall the Gamo Hunter Maxima is a very powerful accurate gun… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/02/2006 by JAMEZ (2 reviews written)
I bought the Gamo Hunter Maxima 2 days ago and am very happy
This gun is not for the faint hunter, I have shot a crow in mid flight and it droped straight out of the sky. I also had a pheasant at about 40 yards got the head shot and it dropped.
they say that the (silencer on the end) is a silencer but reaLly it's a breaking handle which makes it easier to cock the gun and does not have any silencing capabilities as the gun is spring shot and cannot be silenced.
Watch the sight on the… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/08/2005 by munsie (1 review written)
I purchased the Gamo Maxima Combo from Cabelas. This model has the 4-12 x 40mm AO scope and a laser that mounts to the underside of the muzzle. I was going to go with the Shadow line, but once you see and feel the Hunter series, if you have the money, it's the logical choice. But realize all of the Gamo guns that shoot 1000fps probably have similar internal features so you're basically just paying more for design, wood stock, scope, etc.
Clean the gun before you shoot it! I took the time to… Read Full Review