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  • Gamo Silent Stalker Air Rifle with IGT, Whisper Technology, 3-9X40 Scope and PBA Platinum Pellets .177 Caliber
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Gamo Silent Stalker Whisper IGT Air Rifle air rifle

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List Price: $373.79
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  • Warranty: One year limited warranty
  • Gas Spring, ND52, 3-9x40 Scope

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Gamo Silent Stalker Whisper IGT Air Rifle air rifle + Crosman Destroyer .177 Cal, 7.9 Grains, Pointed, 250ct
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Product Description

Gamo Silent Stalker Whisper IGT (inert gas technology) gas-piston Breakbarrel Single-shot 2-stage adjustable Smooth Action Trigger (SAT) ND52 noise dampener reduces the noise by 52%! Fiber optic front & rear sights (fully adj. rear) Tactical, all-weather stock Ambidextrous thumbhole stock Dual raised cheekpieces Shock Wave Absorber (SWA) recoil pad absorbs up to 74% more recoil Manual safety Incl. 3-9x40 scope & mount Here are the benefits of a gas spring: Smoother cocking Smoother shooting No spring torque No spring fatigue, even if you leave it cocked for hours Functions perfectly in cold weather Lasts longer than a metal spring ... ...

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (186 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #44,348 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

The sights are so good that we may not even mount the scope.
Hello, I decided to take the plunge and order a Gamo Silent Stalker IGT .22 cal Air Rifle and I must confess I am really impressed.
James E Gillam
I can hit most anything within 100 feet, and my groupings are about an inch or so out to about 50 feet.
W. Ballard

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

134 of 141 people found the following review helpful By R. Ashe on July 14, 2012
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I already have the Gamo .177 Whisper but I kept having problems with needing repeat shots to drop my targets, so I started looking into Gamo's .22 cal Whisper rifles. The Silent Cat seemed to have a lot of bad reviews so I waited a few years. Along came the Silent Stalker Whisper IGT .22 and I decided to try it.

I will never know if the first one I received was defective. Using two different scopes it shot all over the board and out of the box shot almost 7" too far to the left at 5yds. I had to crank on the windage knob so much that it got to the point to where it wouldnt' turn anymore, so I sent back the gun and Amazon's customer service was great.

The replacement showed up and I was still disappointed. At 5yds I was shooting 3" groupings, totally unacceptable. A little research online told me I needed to try changing the ammo, and possibly the scope, so I did both. I went from Crossman ammo to "H&N Field Target Trophy .22 Cal, 14.66 Grains" ammo, and I ditched the Rws 4X12X50C scope (horrible scope by the way) that I had bought for it and went with the Leapers 5th Gen 3-9x40 AO Mil-Dot Rifle Scope.

The difference was incredible, I am making shots that I didn't think were possible with a pellet gun, I managed to shoot the stalk of a small plant in half at close to 30 yards. One of the shots I made was near dusk directly facing the sun, 15yds away and another 10yds up, nothing but maybe a dime sized part of the silhouette of my target showing through the trees and branches; dropped it with a single shot. One of my hobbies now is shooting from 10yds away through a chainlink fence to targets 15yrds away on the other side.

This gun is actually quieter than my .177 cal Gamo Whisper. One of the reasons I took so long to try the .
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76 of 82 people found the following review helpful By J Han on May 9, 2013
Size Name: 0.22 cal.Gamo Silent Stalker Whisper, 3-9x40 s... Verified Purchase
I have been shooting all my life, having shot 200,400,& 600 yard NRA matches. This review is intended to offer a slightly different perspective. While I have owned CO2 pellet guns, this was my first high powered pellet gun. The gun arrived in a brown box. The outside box was a non-descript over-pack of the original box. This was completely adequate shipping protection for this style of gun. No issues whatsoever. I shot the gun with open sights a couple times and it was apparent that the open sights needed minor adjustment. The following day, I went ahead and mounted the scope...a very straightforward process. Only one issue was that my bore-sight device that I use to set up all scopes would not work on this gun as the silencer bore diameter is larger than .22 caliber rifle bore. Without being able to first bore-sight the gun, I went ahead and did it the old fashioned way.... by shooting-in the gun from a bench rest. As far as the feel of the gun, I am not a big fan of thumb hole stocks. My hands are large and the thumb hole does not align well with my hand. On the other hand, the stock feels too thick if I try to grip around the thumb big deal either way though. The scope mount seems appropriate in height and the rifle was overall very comfortable to shoot. The first shot at 25 yards was 3 inches high and 3 inches to the right of the bulls-eye. The sound of the shot was very quiet. I adjusted the scope down and to the left 5 click. The second shot had improved to 2 inches right of center however the height above center had grown to 5 inches. The second shot was louder than the first and similar to a .22 rifle...the neighbors dogs were now barking! I again adjusted the scope down 5 more clicks and to the left 5 more clicks.Read more ›
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66 of 75 people found the following review helpful By DG on October 27, 2011
I went through about 12 different pellet types to narrow down the best. By far, the H&N FTT are the most accurate with the flattest trajectory. Tied for second, is the Crosman Premier (Box only), the JSB Exact Jumbo HEAVY, and the Predator Polymag. With the H&N FTT, I have been able to get dime sized groups at 30 yards. The scope I received was defective. Gamo took the return for a new one, but I bought a Leapers 3-9x40 AO scope from Amazon for $65 and it is miles ahead of the stock Gamo. Even if the first one was not defective, I did not care for the non-AO. Image focus was not good over large range. The defect was that the scope's POA was 48 minutes out, and required that I shim the front of the scope. The new Leapers dropped right in, and no shimming needed. It was all dime groups at 30 yds with H&N at that point. The scope rail stop hole seems to get beat up pretty good, so I am thinking about a replacement on the scope mount also. Be sure to check that ALL stop screws, and all others for that matter, are nice and tight before use. This gun is a mount-muncher. I'm really happy with the gun now, with the new scope, and having found the right pellets. Next, is an upgrade on the trigger, using the GRT-4G from CharlieDaTuna. Very accurate gun. Does require some getting used to a proper hold technique (artillery hold)
Let's be honest, the advertised 975 fps, for the 0.22, is a little over estimated. Recent review, including my finding with the 14.8 gr H&N is that muzzle velocity is more typically around 670 fps. But don't worry about that so much, because it is still very accurate and 670 fps on a 14.8 H&N still gives you 11.5 ft-lbs of stopping energy at 30 yards. Plenty for varmints.
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