Now in .22 Caliber!
Great great accuracy out of this terrific Gamo fixed barrel rifle for a low
price! The precision rifled barrel is permanently mounted to the receiver yielding
the tightest of groups. Load Raptor ammo (included) through a rotary bolt for
850 fps for an afternoon of hunting, or use Match pellets and the MTS moving
target system to hone your skills.
-Velocity: 850 feet per second (fps) with PBA, 722 fps with Lead
-Single Shot with Rotary Breech Loading System
-Fixed Barrel: Single Cocking System
-Automatic Cocking Safety system
-Cocking Effort: 35 lbs
-Barrel: Precision Rifled Steel
-Trigger: Second Stage adjustable
-Stock: All weather rugged Synthetic
-Stock: Ergonomic Soft Rubber forearm grip
-Butt Plate: Ventilated rubber pad for recoil absorption
-Cheekpiece: Thin cheekpad molded on each side for both Right hand and Left hand shooters
-Checkering: Non-Slip texture design on grip
-Fiber Optics: Contrasting fiber colors in the front and rear sight
-Front sight: 0.40 millimeters in diameter
-Rear sight: 0.60 millimeters in diameter.
-Rear sight: Adjustable micrometric for both Windage and Elevation
-Scope Ramp: Raised Rail
-Laser: Built-in front laser sight adaptation rail (laser sight sold separately)
-Weight: 6.6 lbs
-Ammunition: Any .22 Pellet
-Trigger Pull: 3.95 lbs.
-Barrel Length: 20 in
- Caliber0.22 cal
- Velocity850 fps
- Ammo TypePellets
- Barrel StyleRifled- Fixed Barrel
- Cocking Effort38 lbs
- Fire ModeSingle Shot
- Gun Weight8.20 lbs
- Overall Length44.00"
- Magazine Capacity1
- MechanismSpring piston
- UseSmall Game Hunting / Target Shooting
- Warranty1 Year Limited
Gamo CFX - .22 Caliber - Fixed Barrel Rifle 850 fps w/4x32 Scope - Great Accuracy!
December 29, 2010
Great air rifle with good balance, power, and accuracy. I prefer the CFX because it has a steel rifled barrel, not the plastic jacket metal tube like the other Gamo. I like the CFX so much, I bought both the .177 and .22 caliber versions. For hunting, this rifle may be a little slow or cumbersome to load the pellets. However, this rifle is pretty safe to operate for a fixed barrel gun.
October 30, 2010
I go it in the afternoon. Next day I went to the shooting range to zero in. Gee whiz... first shot at 10 yards was dead on. RWS superdome or RWS superpoint extra gave me 3shots-one hole and dead on at 10 and 20 yards. One of the best rifles I own.
CFX 22 CAL
October 1, 2010
VERY ACCURATE LOVE THE COCKING LEVER WHICH IS WHY I BOUGHT IT SCOPE NOT SO GOOD WISH IT HAS METAL TRIGGER MUZZLE BREAK WAY TO BIG BUT OVERALL I AM VERY HAPPY WITH THIS RIFLE
February 8, 2010
Just got it. It is raining so I tested it in the garage. Only 25 Feet. It wasn't very far off with the scope that came with it. Changed scopes and sighted it in. Put up new target (a paper plate with a 1/4" dot on it. Hit that dot and was amazed that it is so accurate. Shot four more tmes, They all went in the same hole!!!!! What more can I say. I have ordered a GDT111 triger for it. That was the only thing that could be improved.
February 1, 2010
VERY IMPRESSED WITH THE CFX .22 CAL. AIR RIFLE. TARGET PRACTICE PACKING THREE TO FOUR PELLETS IN THE SAME HOLE. ONE SHOT KILLS MAKES A GUY FEEL GREAT. TOSS THE SCOPE AND PUT A REAL SCOPE ON AND YOU ARE READY. I COULD TELL BEFORE I ORDERED IT. THIS WAY YOU CAN PUT WHAT YOU WANT ON IT.
December 13, 2009
I gave this gun 4 stars only because of the scope. At 20 feet, with the elevation maxed out I was still hitting the ground. Frustrated, I finally noticed the scope itself is bent in the middle... So it will be replaced soon - will try to call Gamo and see what they say. Otherwise, this is an awesome gun. At 100 feet, I get good clusters with all the pellets I tried so far. And 14.5 grain RWS super points (at 100 feet as well) embed themselves fully into a 2x4 of pine, and made a really good dent in some oak strips I had. My dad was impressed with the gun as well, as he thought it was, "just a BB gun." He's a retired police officer, and has shot everything under the sun -- even maintains a machine gun license. His only qualm was the trigger -- even after I shortened the pull length, he still wasn't satisfied. "You have to pull it too far, and it's too sensitive." I didn't think it was that big of a deal, and was still able to pull off hitting a bottle cap at 100 feet. I can't wait to knock off some squirrels and rabbits now, haha.
Best .22 for the price
November 25, 2009
This is an incredible rifle for the price. I prefer fixed barrel guns over break barrel because they tend to be more accurate and durable. Usually I have to pay a premium for it, but this CFX .22 cal from Gamo is very well priced. The trigger is a bit stiffer than more expensive guns, but the build quality is there and the lifetime warranty is nice also. There is no reason to keep looking-- you won't find a better gun under $200 period!