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Gamo 6110017154 Varmint Air Rifle .177 Cal
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- .177 Cal pellet single cocking break barrel
- The Varmint features a long lasting spring piston able to deliver 1250 fps of muzzle velocity with Gamo PBA Platinum pellets .177 Cal
- Fluted polymer jacketed rifled steel barrel
- 4 x 32 Shockproof Scope. Gamo trigger with adjustable second stage. It has a synthetic ambidextrous all-weather stock with a rubber recoil pad. Lightweight design
- 1 YEAR WARRANTY. Made In Spain
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Gamo Varmint Air Rifle
The Gamo Varmint Air Rifle shoots a .177 PBA Platinum alloy pellet at 1250 fps, making it an ideal pellet gun for hunting small game , pest control, and target practice. A 4x32mm scope allows you to pick-off small, hard-to-see targets. Combined with its performance features, the Varmint comes with an all weather molded synthetic stock with non-slip texturing on the pistol grip and forearm. A Monte Carlo cheek pad aligns your eye with the scope sight and a rubber recoil pad keeps the butt stock firmly planted on the shoulder. The Gamo Varmint Air Rifle functions with a break barrel, spring-powered cocking system, and has an automatic manual safety.
-Velocity: 1250 feet per second (fps) with PBA.
-Magazine Capacity Single Shot.
-Break Barrel: Single Cocking System.
-Trigger: Two stage adjustable.
-Manual Trigger Safety.
-Scope: 4x32 air rifle scope.
One Of The Best Selling Airgun Brands
For over 120 years Gamo has been in the air gun industry, designing and producing high quality and high powered air rifles, air pistols and airgun ammunition for small game hunting and pest control.
Today, Gamo is one of the largest manufacturers of airgun pellets in the world, and one of the most recognized air gun manufacturers in Europe. Competing successfully worldwide, Gamo air guns can be found in more than fifty countries and used daily by hunters and outdoor enthusiasts.
- .177 Caliber Pellets
- Spring Powered
- 4X32 Air Rifle Scope
- Trigger Len: 14.2 in.
- Trigger Pull: 3.53 lbs.
- Weight: 5.47 pounds
- Total Length: 43.3 in.
- Barrel Length: 17.8 in.
- Cocking Effort: 30 lbs.
- 1 Year Waranty
- Made in Spain
Gamo Proshot ID System
The Right Air Gun > The Right Ammo > The perfect Combination
At Gamo, we manufacture many different air guns to fit the needs of versatile shooters everywhere. With such a variety of choices, we've created the Gamo Proshot ID System to help you better aligns your shooting needs with the performance attributes of each model. From Hunting to Pest Control & Recreation to Target & Competition, all Gamo air gun and ammunition packages are clearly labeled and color coordinated to designate their recommended primary usage so you can easily pair the right air gun every time.
Tough All Weather Ambidextrous Stock
The synthetic stocks from Gamo are glass filled nylon stocks from the suppliers who provide those materials to high end European car manufacturers. Our stocks are carefully designed to fit the shooter and to align perfectly with the scope. They are all-weather, tough, and lightweight.
Gamo 4X32 Scope Included
The Gamo Varmint comes with the 4X32 scope that is shockproof. This scope makes smaller targets easy to spot.
Green Manufacturing Facility
Gamo recycles and reclaims 96% of the water used in the plant for our bluing operation. We only lose what is evaporated from the operation. Gamo emits zero debris particles from our wood stock operation and we reclaim the sawdust and waste to press them in to wood pellets that fuel our heating system.
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|The easiest and fastest way to remove dirt and lead residue from your airgun barrel||Built-in Rifle Stand and Cleaning Accessories||Keep the external and internal parts of your air gun in good condition||The recommended oil for your Gamo airgun||Extreme accuracy, penetration & velocity|
The Gamo Varmint Air Rifle is a .177 Cal pellet break barrel able to shoot up to 1250 fps using PBA Platinum pellets. This air rifle is ideal for pest control: nuisance animals such as mice, rats, birds and snakes. Also perfect for recreational shooting and other everyday uses. Features: Single cocking Break Barrel, Automatic cocking safety system, Manual trigger safety, Fluted polymer jacketed steel barrel, Standard trigger with adjustable second stage, and a 4x32 shockproof scope with mounts. Weight 5.74 pounds. 1-year warranty. Made in Spain. ITEM 6110017154.
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I disassembled the rifle and discovered the problem. The piston spring has broken about 3 inches from the rear end. It then rotated and screwed itself forward into the coils of the larger part of the spring and climbed over the coils blocking the sear from engaging the piston. It is a shame that I can't get parts from Gamo, because this is by far the easiest air rifle I have ever worked on. I could replace the spring in less than 5 minutes if I could get one. They have no interest in sending me one. Sad. I own 3 Gamo's. They are great when they work. They make great tent stakes when they don't. I will never buy another one.
Mine no longer works. The sear doesn't not engage the piston, it can't be cocked. Gamo has not responded in any way for assistance in getting it fixed. I own and maintain over 30 air rifles and am quite capable of fixing this if I can get the parts. It seems I can't. I have had great service from several other air rifle manufactures and distributers. It makes more sense to send a qualified owner a $5 part than to expect them to pay $40 to ship the entire rifle back and forth. I can fix the rifle faster than I can package it and mail it but only if I can get the parts.
I recently purchased a 32 year old RWS Diana model 45. I has caused me to rerate all my break action air rifles.
This rifle just keeps getting better with use. I have now shot close to 1,000 pellets thru it. Several styles of pellets that it shot just O.K. when new, it now shoots them very, very good. I have a large quantity of daisy wad cutters that I bought for less than 1/2 cents each on clearance at local farm supply stores. 177 Cal. Flathead Pellets 500 ct None of my other 177 cal. guns, rifles or pistols shoot them worth a darn. In my Hatsan 125 and Edge magnum springers Hatsan 125TH Air Rifle Combo, Camo Stock air rifle Hatsan Edge Air Rifle, Vortex Piston, Black air rifle these pellets are only useful for the considerable exercise I get cocking the rifle. Now that the Gamo Varmint is broken in, it now shoots the Daisy pellets almost as well as the high quality H&N match rifle pellets. This makes for very economical plinking. Unlike the Magnum springers This rifle is so easy to cock that you get little exercise doing it
I set up the crono to see why another New rifle of mine was behaving badly, (velocity about half of what it should be) and as long as I had it set up I ran a few rifles thru it to see what they would do. My Gamo Varmint is pushing 8.18 grain H&N wad cutter lead pellets at a consistent 910 feet per second. EXCELENT results.
I have found a pellet that this rifle has fallen in love with. H&N Match Rifle wad cutter pellets, 8.18 grain. H&N Match Rifle, .177 Cal, 4.49mm, 8.18 Grains, Wadcutter, 500ct This pellet makes this rifle think it is a PCP. It just puts them exactly where you point the gun. This target was shot at 10 meters from a bag rest by a 68 year old guy who doesn't see all that well. Shots #1 and #2 Were scope adjustment shots dialing in the point of impact for the new pellets. This is great performance from such a moderately priced gun with a non AO scope. This rifle shoots many pellets moderately well. It has a very nice trigger, making it easy to shoot accurately. The safety that does not reset itself is a feature I really like especially when target shooting. I like this almost as much as my gas piston Benjamin Prowler. This is probably the easiest to shoot spring powered rifle that I own. The recoil and torque are very moderate.
I have a lot of air rifles. This one is in the top half of its class. It is usably accurate and the supplied scope is very nice. The parallax is set to air rifle range, making 10 meter target shooting relatively easy. The gun has very moderate cocking effort and a decent trigger. The rifle is lightweight making it easy to carry for hunting or plinking. The recoil is moderate and the spring torque is minimal, aiding its accuracy. Shooting off a bag rest, punching holes in paper It does not posses the pin point accuracy of some of my rifles but for off hand plinking and hunting it is just fine. I am the limiting factor when doing those activities. I have not yet found a rifle that can compensate for my lack of stability. I have discovered that taping a 3 cell Maglite to the end of the barrel when hunting coons, helps a lot! The considerable weight calms things down a bit.
So far it is just a nice rifle, I have only put 2 or 3 hundred pellets thru it. It may get a little better with more use. If it does I will update my review.
This will put a pellet clear through a 1/2" thick fence at 150 feet. It's more than capable of handling invasive animals.
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