The "BONE COLLECTOR" .22 air rifle is designed in collaboration with Michael Waddell and Travis “T Bone” Turner of the "BONE COLLECTOR" TV series. The gun is built on a special hunter forest green composite stock with dark grey rubber grip inserts.
The "Bone Collector" logo is prominently shown on both sides of the synthetic high-grade stock. It utilizes the advanced Gamo G1000 spring piston power plant which drives the new .22 cal. Platinum Ballistic Alloy PBA hunting rounds at up to 950 fps.
- Velocity: 950 feet per second (fps) with PBA Platinum, 850 fps with Lead
- Single Shot
- Break Barrel: Single Cocking System
- Automatic Cocking Safety system
- Manual Trigger Safety
- Barrel: Fluted Polymer Jacketed Rifled Steel
- Trigger: Second Stage Adjustable
- Stock: Durable All-Weather Green Synthetic with Black Rubber grips
- Twin Cheek Pads for ambidextrous shooting
- Butt Plate: Thick ventilated rubber pad for recoil absorption
SIGHTS & OPTICS:
- Fiber Optic
- Scope: 3-9X40 Air Rifle Scope
- Gamo Standard Reticle
- Ammunition: Any .22 Caliber Pellet
- Caliber: .22
- Length: 46.0
- Barrel Length: 18 in
- Trigger Pull: 3.74 lbs
- Cocking Effort: 30 lbs
- Weight: 5.28 lbs
- Grip: Dark Grey Rubber
- Caliber0.22 cal
- Velocity950 fps
- Airgun MechanismSpring-piston
- Ammo TypePellets
- Magazine Capacity1
- Airgun UseSmall Game Hunting / Target Shooting
- Airgun RailDovetail Mount
- Overall Length46
- Barrel Length18
- Barrel StyleRifled- Break Barrel
- Fire ModeSingle Shot
- Cocking Effort30
- Gun Weight5.28
- OpticsVariable / 1 inch Tube
- Product ConditionNew
- Warranty1 Year Limited
San Diego, Ca
I would recommend this item to a friend.
Awesome .22 Rifle
August 14, 2012
My experience with this gun has been all positive. I had one of those Gas Pistons installed in it and that really improved its shooting. I use the Gamo Copper Pellets and once the gun was sighted in with them. Every shot counts as a hit. The trigger in my gun is fine with minor adjustment and works GREAT! I think the bullet speed picked up with the Nitro Cylinder! :^)
Pros:With a, few adjustments everything works well. I used Blue Loctite on everything and nothing has loosened up yet and the scope stays right on target! I was thinking at first it was kind of a weird gun with the name "Bone Collector" but now i know why the name!!!
Cons:That i can't use it more often often. :^)
I would recommend this item to a friend.
.22 Bone Collector
January 4, 2012
Easy to set up w/ scope. Accurate to about 50 yards. My son enjoys the ease of use.
Pros:Easy to set up and accurate.
Cons:A bit tough to break barrel for my son.
Gamo Bone Collector
March 10, 2011
A well made, slightly heavy pellet rifle. The trigger is not the smoothest, but it hasn't affected the accuracy of this rifle. I am still trying different pellets to find the best grouping for my rifle. I haven't grouped 3/4" at 70 feet yet! The scope seems sharp and clear and , so far, consistent. You could do much worse for a light hunting/pest control pellet rifle.
Gamo Bone Collector .22
August 22, 2010
Bone Collector shoots fine once you discover the ammo it prefers. The RWS Superpoint Extra pellets were the best in my rifle. 3/4 inch groups at 70 feet. The BC didn't like any of the Gamo ammo. It may just be my particular rifle only so try many different kinds of ammo. The BC looks nice and feels nice. Two problems- trigger can not be removed and replaced. Spring assembly can not be removed or replaced. So if you, like me, were thinking you would get this nice rifle and then upgrade the trigger and spring, forget about it!
Best large caliber in it's class
August 12, 2010
the bone collector comes in 2 calibers. i chose the .22 because i wanted a little more kill power for pest's and rodents. it is extremely accurate, very quiet, and very powerful. it is the best pellet gun i have ever owned.
By ivan from malaysia on March 30, 2012
By Staff on March 30, 2012
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By Chris from Haysi,va. on February 12, 2012
By Shane from Zanesville, Ohio on February 21, 2012
Answer:Yes, this is a very good gun for small game. Even though the .177 version shoots faster than the .22, the .22 has much more knockdown power to kill small game. It's a great gun!
By John from PA on December 10, 2011
By Staff on December 29, 2011
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