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The Gamo Hunter Extreme SE air rifle delivers a very powerful punch that makes it a hunter's dream gun! The scope's illuminated red dot reticle lets you see your aim point better. The laser-engraved checkering helps you get a grip in any condition.

If you hunt you need this air rifle.

Gamo Hunter Extreme SE Air Rifle
  • Spring-piston
  • Breakbarrel
  • Bull barrel with metal jacket
  • Beech stock with twin raised cheekpieces (ambidextrous)
  • Checkered forearm and pistol grip
  • 11mm optics dovetail (no open sights)
  • Manual safety
  • 58 lbs. cocking effort
  • 2-stage adjustable trigger
  • 4.5 lbs. trigger-pull
  • SWA (Shock Wave Absorber) recoil pad reduces felt recoil by up to 74%/li>
  • Includes mount- 3-9x50 scope with illuminated dot reticle (scroll down for scope specs)

Scope specs:
  • 3-9x magnification
  • 50mm objective lens
  • 1" tube
  • Duplex reticle with illuminated red dot*
  • Glass-etched reticle
  • 34 ft to 11.6 ft field of view @ 100 yds
  • 3.8" eye relief
  • 16.6mm to 5.5mm exit pupil
  • 12.25 to 21.21 twighlight factor
  • 2/+2 diopter compensation
  • 30 ft/30 ft max elevation/windage adjustment @ 100 yds
  • Fully multi-coated reticle
  • 1.55 lbs. (including mount)
  • 12.6" long

*If you turn off the illumination- the dot is black.

This Gamo scope has an etched-glass reticle- which is superior to a wire reticle because it's etched by a laser and is much more precise. That lets you get even more accuracy from your gun. Another way that etched-glass reticles are superior to wire reticles is when they're illuminated. The etched ones show the illumination only on the reticle. It looks like the reticle is floating. Wire reticles often have a reflection of the illumination in the objective lens which can be distracting when shooting.
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Gamo Hunter Extreme SE
4.5 Stars based on 6 Review(s)
Elberton ga.
4 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

The hunter extreme 25
July 12, 2016
Gamo hunter extreme is made as good as any of the highest priced German guns I have gotten 1in groups out of the box
Very accurate, well built, lightweight compared to other in its power class. I have had know problems with any of my gamos. I don't understand why they don't get more press about gamos accurate performance, then they do . They can only be that they exaggerate the speed.
The trigger is the only thing that anyone that is a shooter could complain about. Bundle scopes not expected to be all that.

Doc Holiday
So Cal
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Comfortable Accurate Hunter
June 3, 2016
Fit and finish: nice wood stock and checkering is deep providing nice grip and feel. All stock bolts were loose so you definitely want to check and tighten, even fresh dab some lock-tite. I replaced the fore grip washers with a metal flat and thin lock washer, the wavy type not the cut type. The wavy type is thinner and does the job well. Highly recommend cleaning the barrel before shooting any new air rifle. The stock scope is a 3-9 x 50 IR and has a Red/Blue dot at the center of an etched fixed reticle and worked fine but for hunting I recommend an adjustable objective. I swapped out scope and had a BSA Essential AR 3-12 X44 AO to mount on the stock 3 bolt integral mount set up. The BSA Scope is specifically designed for the heavy recoil of magnum air riffle as indicated by the AR designation and is very clear and captures much light, good for night or dusk application. Not IR and reticle is not a mil dot consider that when you choose replacement. I have two Leapers 4-16 x 50 IR AO mil dot and two Center Point 4-16 x 40 IR AO mil dot, the older and the newer. I have three Hawke 3-9 x 32 mil dot AO as well. All are good scopes, had to send back one of the Leapers as turret adjust knob came off my NP XL, but that gun has a very harsh but fast recoil, easy to master but hard on scopes, also the other has lock ring adjuster that locks up but so far is not a performance issue. Both Center Points in the 4-16 x 40 are very good and I have one on a Mach 1 Pigman in .22 and the newer CP is on the Hatsan 135 Vortex and both performing flawlessly. To compare and contrast I own the Trail NP XL 725, the Hatsan 135 Vortex, and the Hunter Extreme in .25 Caliber Break Barrel design. These are the main choices when considering .25 Break Barrel. The gun is very accurate, out to 25 yard’s. That is a very safe range to dispatch game humanely. Now if you are a wiz at calcs or have spent a lot of time getting to know pellet and drop at incremental distance you may be able to push this with the Hunter Extreme SE but if there is any wind you must have your input values dialed or at least spent a lot of time gauging range for given pellet, if you are shooting much beyond this distance with .25 Break Barrels. Work on shot placement always before you go hunting and dispatch game humanely other wise you do the sport harm and give the anti hunter crowd reason to beef. Trigger: The gun comes with a two stage trigger, and is decent but not on the level of the Quatro on the Hatsan but definitely better then the Trail NP XL. Spend time with it and you will be fine, it works well just not as slick as the Quatro but very predictable. Side note I have a GTX on the trail NP and it is better but needs to be constantly adjusted every 10 shots or so keep your Allen wrench handy if you are going that route. Going to try the GRT III on the Trail NP next to see if it does any better. I found the H&N Barracuda to be the most accurate pellet but the H&N Hunter Extreme and Hunter are also good as well as Cro Mag and Benjamin Disco, depending on range. With heavy pellets you are looking at FPS in the low to mid 600 range although I have not yet chronographed the Hunter Ex SE. My Trail NP is in the 630-40 range and the Vortex is the hottest of the three but that was after sending the gun back as it was in the 500’s out of the box. Hatsan said it was a bad Vortex piston seal and they replaced the bad seal and the gun is a beast and accurate as well but more recoil than the HEX SE. The HEX SE is very quiet and recoil is modest, over all, the gun is very comfortable and due to great accuracy very fun to shoot. I shoot off sticks and find that finding the balance point and shooting as level as possible will give best results although inclines up to 10-15 degrees are doable just adjust for drop. Most readers should already be doing the 5 yrd increment shot tests to gauge drop as this will help you with accuracy. Conclusion: This gun is a True Hunter, fun to shoot and very accurate. If you place your shots in vital regions you will be very pleased with this gun. Instant lights out on small to medium size game It should hold up well and is well constructed. The 135 is the Heaviest but also shoots the fastest but harder to master then the HEX SE and at 25 yrds HEX SE is a better pure shooter. At farther distance the 135 is going to be the go to and is just as accurate just a bigger heavier rifle that takes some getting used to. The Trail NP XL, if you get a good one, is right there on power and accuracy once you master the hold and is probably the second hottest of the three. I shoot off mono pod or tri-pod shooting stix when in the field, on long hunts I tend to use mono-pod as walking stick, snake pinner etc. and prefer the lighter less cumbersome mono-pod shooting stick. A good gun if properly set up, make sure you tighten bolts, clean gun, select right pellet and you will have a blast with this gun!!! Very fun to shoot.
Good looking, well made, accurate. A very fun gun to shoot, as a total package probably most enjoyable gun to shoot of the three.
Spring vs Gas don't cock and load and wait for you game to show. You find target, cock and load vs the being able to cary a loaded, cocked gun and get off a quick shot. Also the most expensive of the three but it is the also the most satisfying to shoot so can't really call that a con...

mike b
n caralina
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

oh my GOD
July 10, 2015
well I got it put diamondback scope on it I got to were it was perfect was shooting lemons at 50 yards this gun is insane I test a lot of guns for friends and myself but this gun shoots like a pc air gun im telling you its insane stupid fast,,, ive shot breath mints at 50 yrds I have a lot of guns this is one killer grab and go gun,,buy it THIS IS THE ONE .............
killer power can probly take a deer if in the right spot behind ear or through eye or lung
very hard to cock you need to get use to it I sots 200 rds and my arm killed me for 2 days now I switch back and fourth theres nothing else to down play this gun

afton, NY
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

accurate and powerful
May 4, 2015
gamo hunter extreme .22 wow this thing is a powerhouse shot thru 55 gallon steel drum with gamo rocket pellets and at 25 yards out groupings are tight with crossman pellets
power , accuracy nice stock , not as loud as i thought it would be

East Helena, Mt
2 Stars

Cheap Parts
November 19, 2014
The gun felt good, looked good and shot awesome... I bought this gun from another company first... It broke... The spring would not lock and the barrel would spring back... They took it back and returned my money... I loved the gun so as soon as Gun Depot had one in stock I bought another one... Same damn thing... After only one week of use the spring did not lock again (about 3 of ten time cocking)... I returned it...
nice looking... shoots great...
Cheap Parts... Trigger sucks

Christopher Becker
Baton Rouge, Louisiana
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Best Hunting Air Rifle I've Own
October 23, 2014
I own many single break air guns. This one is by far the most acurate and has the power of a fire arm. The scope stays in focus and only needs small ajustments from time to time, As an avid marksman i enjoy the challange of shooting air verses gun power. The cost of shooting this gun is minimal compared to any other type of match shooting. I can't say enough on how pleased i am with this gun. Rabbits and other small game at 30 yards is no problem. The abbility to shoot this gun at home with the proper back stop is unmatched. Thank You Gamo!
Ajustible two stage trigger is match grade, accuracy is unsurpassed. Quailty is overall at the highest with this powerful of an air gun.
Alloy and light wieght pelets are not as acurrate as as match grade peletts. Because of the high veliosity a little more weight is needed in a pellett to go 30+yds.

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Gamo Hunter Extreme SE
  • 0.22
    Caliber 0.22 Cal
    Velocity 1300 fps
    Loudness 4-Medium-High
  • 0.25
    Caliber 0.25 Cal
    Velocity 730 fps
    Loudness 4-Medium-High
  • 0.177
    Caliber 0.177 Cal
    Velocity 1650 fps
    Loudness 4-Medium-High
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