The Bull Whisper Extreme .177 air rifle has a new noise and muzzle blast reducer integrated into a bull barrel. The Gamo Bull Whisper Extreme is packed with even more power and accuracy than the traditional Whisper with the same quiet power.
- Caliber- .177
- Velocity: 1400 FPS (w/PBA)
- Weight: 6.61 lbs
- Barrel Length:19.20"
- Overall Length: 45.90"
- Capacity: 1 Round
- Cocking Effort: 41 lbs.
- Barrel: Rifled
- Front/ Rear Sight: None
- Scopeable: 11mm Dovetail
- Trigger.: Two-Stage Adjustable\
- Trigger Pull: 3.74 lbs
- Buttpad: Soft Rubber Recoil Pad
- Action: Break Barrel
- Powerplant: Spring Piston
- Safety: Manual
- Repeater: Single Shot
- Scope: 3-9x40mm Adjustable Objective
- Fluted polymer-jacketed rifled steel barrel
- Stock: Tough all-weather synthetic stock
- Twin Cheek Pads for ambidextrous shooting
- Butt Plate: SWA (Shock Wave Absorber) Recoil pad with up to 74% recoil absorption
- Bull Whisper noise dampener for stealthy shooting
- Gamo Standard Reticle
- Non-Slip Material on all Gripping Parts
- SAT (Smooth Action Trigger) 2-stage adjustable trigger
- Dual raised cheekpieces
- Includes: .177 Caliber Bull Whisper Extreme Air Rifle, 3-9x40mm AO Scope, Two Piece Mount and 50 Rounds of PBA Ammo
- Caliber0.177 cal
- Velocity1400 fps
- Ammo TypePellets
- ActionBreak barrel
- Barrel StyleRifled
- Cocking Effort41 lbs
- Fire ModeSingle-shot
- Gun Weight6.61
- Hop UpNo
- Overall Length45.90"
- Barrel Length19.2"
- Magazine Capacity1
- Mounts1 inch- Two Piece Dovetail Medium
- OpticsVariable / 1 inch Tube
- RailDovetail Mount
- Front SightsNone
- Rear SightsNone
- Trigger AdjustabilityTwo-stage adjustable
- Trigger Pull3.74
- UseTarget Shooting/ Pest Control
- Warranty1 Year Limited
Gamo Bull Whisper Extreme (SAT) .177 Caliber Air Rifle With 3-9x40mm Scope
I would recommend this item to a friend.
1400 FPS? No. Awesome Airgun? Yes!
April 2, 2014
I've been shooting this Bull Whisper Extreme most of a year now. It has been interesting and enjoyable. I refer to it as the Bull. It is spring powered, and the cocking effort is pretty stiff, 30 lbs or - . I LOVE the look and feel of the stock, after I cleaned it up a bit with a file. In the first week I really thought it was terrible because I couldn't get it to stay on target. Then the crosshairs started turning by increments with each shot. The scope looks awesome, and it probably is if you switch it to a lower power gun, but this gun has some serious shock. It doesn't kick hard, but I have a collection of four broken scopes. I have learned not to shoot heavy pellets with this gun. The shock from them is what breaks the scopes. I have settled down with GAMO Tomahawk 7.9gr. pointed hollowpoints. Cheap and accurate. The rings had to be replaced with medium NC Star rings and I removed the riser rail. Some reviewer on other sites complain that the "Whisper" is too loud. I say the noise dampening barrel works great, if you are shooting out in the open spaces. If you shoot by buildings the shock wave will clap off the walls. I filed off the molding lines in the plastic to give it a smoother feel. I think I voided the warranty, but I don't care. It's mine and I'm keeping it. It has a very balanced feel and is not too heavy. The S.A.T. trigger is nice. If you use lightweight lead or alloy pellets there will be a loud report from the sonic book of the pellet.
Pros:The stock is very nice looking and feeling. It is powerful and accurate. The cocking is very smooth. The "Bull Barrel" noise suppressor does a nice job of reducing noise. Made in Spain. Hecho en Espana.
Cons:The 'Extreme' shock will break a scope or two or 4. It might not be easy enough to cock if you weigh less than 150 lbs. But my 12 year old son has been working it for a year. You must buy a shockproof scope.
I would recommend this item to a friend.
March 24, 2013
I have used many air rifles and this one is a nice unit. As advertised, it is powerful. With these high speed .177's, you can generate .22 cal energy with hunting pellets. I chronographed the CPHP at 1057 fps and the Gamo PBA Coppers at 1161 fps and they pop! I suspect the 1400 might be attainable maybe with PBA raptors but these are good hunting velocities. The build of this gun is good, the barrel shroud does dampen the noise as this gun is much quieter than my Browning Air Magnum. The shroud is a little cheap in my opinion but seem functional and will not miss the ugly fake silencer on the whispers. The SAT trigger is great for this save the chalie da tuna trigger purchase. Gamo seems to have listened but they lack one thing that Benjamin has and that is a sling. For these hunting power guns, you want slings for carry purposes. I also really liked the cocking motion on this gun, it is stout but very smooth for a springer. It may be premature for 5 stars but she sighted in pretty quick and the scope is very adequate and nice. Lock down your screws and shoot away. This is a keeper.
Pros:Light weight for this kind of power Reasonable cost Good power and action
Cons:shroud could be better made needs sling