Airgun bores require relatively minimal cleaning, in sharp contrast to firearm bores. Cleaning Rod Set comes with:.17 cal three-piece rod, barrel brush, jag stud and a vinyl carrying case. All components are expressly designed to eliminate the possibility of damage to the relatively shallow rifling of airguns.
- Caliber0.177 cal
- Velocity1600 fps
- Airgun MechanismSpring-piston
- Ammo TypePellets
- Magazine CapacitySingle
- Airgun UsePest Control
- Airgun RailDovetail Mount
- Barrel Length18"
- Barrel StyleRifled
- Fire ModeSingle Shot
- Cocking Effort58 lbs
- Gun Weight9 lbs
- Mounts1 inch- One Piece Dovetail High
- Product ConditionRefurbished
- Warranty30 Day Limited
Gamo Hunter Extreme Air Rifle .177 (Refurbished) 1600 FPS w/3-9x50 IR A/O Scope
I would recommend this item to a friend.
August 11, 2012
This gun shoots like a dream! You will be giggling like a school girl when you see a beeman kodiak break the sound barrier... sell your gym membership; cocking this gun is a real workout!!!
Pros:Power, speed, accuracy, weight, size
By john Webster from new zealand on June 19, 2012
By Staff on June 19, 2012
Answer:45 yards is a bit far for this air rifle and for knockdown power, I would suggest no less than a .22 pellet rifle.
By Raul from Edinburg,Texas on June 23, 2012
By Primo from Mayaguez, Puerto Rico on July 5, 2012
Answer:I have the Gamo Socom Extreme in caliber .177. It's the same rifle as the Hunter extreme, mine says made in Spain. The gun is very powerful ,as to precision, you have practice a lot. The trigger is very heavy. My opinion is that the guns are made in Spain or England, the power plant is the same ,and you'll have to deal with Gamo USA for service. Both rifles are not as easy to take apart or get parts for as the RWS line. Gamo only sells replacement parts to certified gunsmiths, which is a bummer. The Hunter extreme is a heavy rifle, more than 10 pounds with a scope. They're good rifles but a bit hyped up in the commercials, hunting hogs etc. As for power, they come in a little below the RWS magnums. If I could turn the clock back I'd stick with RWS even at a higher price because of the maintainance issue with Gamo.
By giorgos from greece on June 6, 2012
By Staff on June 6, 2012
Answer:Refurbished guns are as good as new but at cheaper price because they were refurbished.
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