- Product Dimensions: 48 x 2.6 x 6.1 inches ; 6.6 pounds
- Shipping Weight: 7.9 pounds
- ASIN: B004MYU2L2
- Item model number: 611004925554
- Average Customer Review: 158 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #335,415 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
Gamo 611004925554 Silent Stalker Whisper .22 Caliber Air Rifle with Scope
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- .22 Caliber
- 975 FPS with PBA Platinum
- 3-9X40WR Gamo Scope
- All-weather tactical thumbhole stock
- Whisper ND52 Technology
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GAMO Silent Stalker offers all-weather durability combined with maximum performance. Light weight synthetic stock, match grade fluted barrel, and 1300 fps with PBA make the Silent Stalker Whisper perfect for small game hunting, targets, and pest control. The IGT (Inert Gas Technology) is a new advanced technology from Gamo for Adult Break-Barrel Air Rifles. This innovative technology allows shooting pellet ammunition by use of a pneumatic inert gas cylinder instead of conventional spring technology. Pellets not included.
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Previously bought the Benjamin Trail NP in .177. Returned it after having a few issues. This rifle was on sale at about the same cost so I figured I'd give it a try. First impression out of the box was that it felt cheaper & less solid than the Trail. But on paper, I was impressed. Using the same 10.5 gr pellets I bought for the Trail, I was grouping under 1" at 20 yards with most shots within a dime-sized group. The open sights worked very well, holding dime-sized groups at about 10 yards. Shooting cheap rifles all these years has apparently improved my shooting technique because this rifle is almost boring -- I just know I'm going to hit my target.
Cons with this rifle are definitely the scope & the stock. The scope is not always in focus. At 20 yards & at 9-power, the cross-hairs are out of focus (no adjustable objective). The lack of mil-dots will also limit some long-range fun. With the stock, since I have larger hands, I have to wedge my hand into the thumb hole area. It's not a deal-breaker but I did like the Trail stock better than this one.
Pros are accuracy, weight & noise. The rifle groups very well & I like having open sights as well as a scope. I wish Gamo had used regular hex screws instead of the torx for the scope mount so that it can be easily adjusted in the field. As it stands, I'll probably have to tape the torx key to the stock somewhere so that I can remove the scope in the field if it gets bumped off-zero and use the open sights. This rifle was not nearly as hold-sensitive & could do fine with shooters not using the artillery hold. Overall, very forgiving. It was noticeably more quiet than the trail. Shooting PBA pellets, which produce a sonic crack, was only slightly louder than shooting heavy pellets out of the Trail. Since I plan to use heavy pellets anyway, I'm confident that I can shoot this just about anywhere without drawing attention.
I wouldn't say this is the perfect rifle by any stretch. But for the price, this is a great setup & way above its competitors in both features and performance.
October 2015 Update: I have had this gun for sometime now and it is performing really well...no issues at all!