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Gamo Silent Stalker IGT .22 Cal Air Rifle w/4X32 Scope

Gamo Silent Stalker IGT .22 Cal Air Rifle w/4X32 Scope

Was $145.99
  • MSRP $259.99
  • Code: 611006545554 · 0.22 cal · 1300 fps
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The Gamo Silent Stalker will serve you well for years to come. The IGT (Inert Gas Technology) gas piston replaces the metal mainspring usually found in spring-piston air rifles. A gas spring is better than a metal spring because it requires no maintenance! Whether you hunt small game or just shoot garden pests off your porch, the Gamo Silent Stalker is perfect for the job. We predict it'll become your go-to gun whenever you need to dispatch a pest or hunt quarry.

Specifications:

  • Caliber: .22
  • Velocity: 975 FPS
  • Weight: 7.15 lbs
  • Barrel Length:18.00"
  • Overall Length: 43.00"
  • Capacity: 1 round
  • Cocking Effort:30 lbs
  • Barrel: Rifled
  • Front Sight: None
  • Rear Sight: None
  • Scopeable: 11mm dovetail
  • Trigger adj.: Two-stage adjustable
  • Apprx. Trigger Pull: 3.74 lbs
  • Buttpad: Rubber
  • Suggested for: Small game hunting/plinking
  • Action: Break barrel
  • Powerplant: Gas piston
  • Safety: Automatic
  • Repeater: Single-shot

Features:

  • IGT (inert gas technology) gas spring
  • Smooth Cocking
  • 2-stage adjustable trigger
  • All-weather ambidextrous stock
  • Dual raised cheekpieces
  • Fluted polymer barrel jacket
  • Rubber buttpad
  • No Spring Torque or Spring Fatigue (even if cocked for hours)
  • Incl. PBA Platinum pellets, 4x32 scope & mount (no open sights)
  • Functions perfectly in cold weather
  • Lasts longer than a metal spring
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Specs
  • ManufacturerGamo
  • Caliber0.22 cal
  • Velocity1300 fps
  • Airgun MechanismGas piston
  • Ammo TypePellets
  • Magazine Capacity1
  • Airgun RailDovetail Mount
  • Overall Length43"
  • Barrel StyleRifled
  • Fire ModeSingle Shot
  • Gun Weight7.15 lbs
  • Product ConditionNew
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Reviews
Gamo Silent Stalker IGT .22 Cal Air Rifle w/4X32 Scope
4.5 Stars based on 7 Review(s)
Keith
Anniston, AL
3 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

5 stars for the gun, 3 stars after deducting for the scope
April 1, 2013
This gun has plenty of power for my squirrel problem. However, I cannot keep the scope sighted in. The windage moves with every shot. I'm going to throw away the scope and try a different brand. I wish it had iron sights but so few of the modern airguns do.
Pros:
Powerful enough for pest control Quiet enough that it won't concern the neighbors
Cons:
Bad scope

KRay
San Angelo, Tx
3 Stars

Powerful but not quiet
March 5, 2013
I based my purchase on reviews that said this is a quiet air gun. It is not quiet, it is as loud as my .22. It is powerful and fun to shoot but I am very disappointed in the noise level.
Pros:
Powerful
Cons:
Too loud to use to shoot squirels in town.

Lautoua
Long Beach, CA
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Great air rifle
February 28, 2013
This air rifle is very nice. I love the synthetic stock. The wood stock on my other rifles are nice but it makes the gun heavy and it's not fun carrying it through the woods when hunting small game. The gamo is fairly quiet and packs a punch. I recommend replacing the stock gamo scope and upgrading to a nice scope - this will take your frustration away. I wasn't able to hit anything pass 30 yards until I upgraded the scope and now the gun shoots extremely accurate. We were hitting clay pigeons 60-75 yards away with pin point accuracy. The price of 145.99 is pretty hard to pass up so it was definitely a great buy.
Pros:
Very strong Accurate It's a gamo
Cons:
Stock scope isn't the best, but will do the job under 25 yards.

lucas
alaska
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

solid gun!!!
February 22, 2013
I just got this pellet rifle in the mail a couple days ago and I have to say, wow. What a solid, powerful, and accurate pellet rifle. I took it out to the range and put at least 300 rounds through it. It took me less than 5 minutes to sight in this rifle with the scope that came with it. I am not sure why everyone says that the factory gamo scope and mounts are junk. I tightened it all down and I was tearing apart the bulls eyes in the targets at 50 yards. At first, I was really skeptical about getting a pellet rifle, period. However, this gamo rifle is a great inexpensive rifle that is powerful and very accurate. I will be looking to get more into this and spend some real money on pellet rifles. I know my review may be premature in the sense that I have only had it for a few days. I will defiantly put it to good use this summer and report back. As for the cons on this rifle, the barrel looks pretty hoakey. Gamo didn't take the time to do any fine touches I guess. I had to take some 600 grit sand paper and smooth all the molding lines in the plastic out. I know it would have been more weight but a full metal barrel would be nice and probably better accuracy. That is really all I have found so far that I don't like.
Pros:
Accuracy Weight Scope Trigger Stock (plain but comfortable)
Cons:
Plastic coating around the barrel Needs a real steel barrel

Tyler Britt
Lynchburg VA
4 Stars

began with trouble but ended with success
January 13, 2013
I had received this gun as a Christmas present and couldn't wait to get it sighted in so I could try some squirrel hunting with it. I shot the included pba platinum pellets and they shot okay. I had some Crosman premiers that I was sure would do better. To my surprise the gun shot a terrible 5-6 inch pattern at only about 30 yards. I changed from the Gamo scope to an old Tasco 3-9x 32mm with little improvement. This ticked me off to the point that I was about to send the gun back. However, I then thought I would try some other pellets first before I made that decision. I bought the Benjamin discovery hunting pellet variety pack, and finally had success with the domed pellets. It was still shooting about a 3 inch group, but my pattern then seemed to drift around the target suggesting my scope might be getting jolted too much by the kick of the gun. Next I bought a center point 3-9x 32mm red/green illuminated reticle scope. It was then I got my patterns down to about 1-2 inches. That still was not good enough for me. I have just ordered some jsb exact diablo 18 grain pellets in hopes of getting better patterns. Just today I figured out that the tighter the fit the pellet is in the barrel, the further to the left the pellet lands, and vice versa. It is the same type of deal with the way you hold the gun. If you hold it tight it shoots low, if you hold it loose, it shoots high. Another thing that helps accuracy, is making sure the pellets are firmly seated in the breech of the gun. That was one of my main problems. If I had owned a break barrel gun before and knew what to expect from this gun, I would have rated this gun 41/2 stars. The only thing keeping it from being 5 stars is the crappy scope that is included. I have that one on my .22 lr and it does fine on that gun. I have selected not to recommend this to a friend, but it really depends on the friend. It is a good gun but it is best in my opinion that you know a bit about pellet guns before you try this one out. If you are looking for a good mid range pellet gun, this is defiantly one to consider.
Pros:
Accurate, relativity quiet, shoots hard, heavy weight, and it came with pellets are awesome.
Cons:
Scope is junk, lots of recoil resulting in your scope being beat to death and it sliding around on its mounts. It is also a picky eater.

Daniel
Nichols, South Carolina
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Nice rifle
August 24, 2012
I've had this .22 pellet gun for about two days and have fired 500 rounds through it. It is totally addictive and my trigger finger/reloading finger hurts. I found that using a wooden chopstick will firmly place the pellet skirt into the break barrel and will increase accuracy and not hurt your finger. I've seen great power with this rifle and after seasoning the barrel and dialing in the scope, it can be accurate if shot accurately. I've been attempting shots as far as 200 yards out with success. I've even seen barrel smoke after shooting. Great deal at the same price as .177 caliber. The included target is fun, but I've already had to use JB Weld to put it back together. But anything you shoot that much, what would one expect? As for the nitro piston great concept, but only time will tell. So far I highly recommend, and the only thing that worries me is that with my strength, I may eventually bend the barrel pumping it and destroy the accuracy. If I had designed the rifle I would have devised a way to not put so much stress on the barrel. The scope just takes a lot of time to get adjusted correctly.
Pros:
Power, price, fun, and free target. Totally addictive. Quiet yet ultra powerful. Heavy lead. Smoking barrel.
Cons:
No optional iron site. Long break in period.

Todd Crews
Tx
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Nice gun, crappy scope
August 4, 2012
Great gun, threw away the scope and put on a BSA 3-9x40. Getting nickel sized groups at about 30 yards, vey accurate, good price.
Pros:
Hard hitting .22 cal stops pests where they stand. Nice synthetic stock.
Cons:
scope, never could get it zeroed.



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Q&A
By Thomas from Moorefield W.V. on July 2, 2012
Does this gun shoot the standerd .177 cal. / 4.5mm pellet?
By Staff on July 2, 2012

Answer:
Thomas,
The Gamo Silent Stalker IGT is a .22 Cal Air Rifle, therefore, .22 caliber pellets are used when firing.

Sincerely,
The Air Gun Depot Customer Care Team
By Conor from Sunnyside, Washington on August 25, 2012

Answer:
No, it shoots the .22 5.0 mm pellets.

By tony from madison, WI on November 12, 2011
Is it quiet?
By Staff on November 14, 2011

Answer:
This air rifle uses a gas piston rather than a spring so it is quieter than a normal break barrel spring rifle. However this is not the Whisper model which has the suppressor on it.

http://www.airgundepot.com/gamo-silent-stalker-whisper-igt--22-cal-air-rifle-w-4x32-scope---pba-platinum.html

The whisper IGT is really quiet.

Thanks
By Conor from Sunnyside, WA on February 8, 2012

Answer:
Fairly quiet....there is a reason it is called the "Silent Stalker"! ;)

By Patrick from Massachusetts on July 26, 2012
Can this gun break the sound barrier with Gamo Raptors?
By Conor from Sunnyside, Washington on August 25, 2012

Answer:
No, It might on the first shot, but you'll ruin the piston seal (rendering you gun useless and inaccurate) if you do.

By Ken india from India on April 20, 2012
What if i use a gamo rocket,crossman destroyer,or the other one falcon predetor.,can this gun deliver 950 fps for these pellets
By Staff on April 20, 2012

Answer:
Those pellets are very fast pellets. The rockets are supposed to INCREASE the FPS of the gun. SO yes, you could get 950 FPS with these pellets.

By tyler from brimfield,massachusetts on July 9, 2012
Is this gun worth the price?
By Conor from Sunnyside, Washington on August 25, 2012

Answer:
IDK, for the price, a nitro-piston is good, so it might be...

By Paul from ireland on May 10, 2012
wat kinda pellets does this gun shoot and how much are they
By Staff on May 11, 2012

Answer:
Here is a link to a page of pellets that would work for this gun, prices are listed.

http://www.airgundepot.com/22-hunting-pellets.html

By Patrick from Massachusetts on August 3, 2012
How do you shoot it? I ordered this gun from this store and got it just today, pulled it out of the box, and loaded a pellet. I squeezed the trigger and nothing happened. I made sure the pellet was in correctly, a Gamo Match Pellet, and made sure that the safety was off. Pulled the trigger and nothing happened. I have not adjusted anything. How do I set it up? I could not find anything on the internet that mentioned it. I read the manual and can not figure this out. How do I shoot it for the first time? Is there a problem with the Inert Gas Technology? Please respond ASAP.
By Conor from Sunnyside, Washington on August 25, 2012

Answer:
When you tap the barrel open, you have to get a firm grip and pull it down toward the floor, until you hear it click then slowly let go and the barrel should stay down. Then load a pellet, and close the barrel by hand and you are ready to go.

By ghulam hussain from pakistan quetta on June 7, 2012
Hi I am Ghulam Hussain I want to buy this air rifle, please tell the way to buy it in Pakistan?
By Staff on June 7, 2012

Answer:
Ghulam Hussain,
Unfortunately we are currently unable to ship to Pakistan. Sorry for any inconvenience that this might cause.

Sincerely,
The Airgun Customer Service Team

By cody-mingoen from suriname on December 8, 2011
could the nitro piston be replace

By jesster from bay area, california on December 24, 2011

Answer:
yes, if it need to be replaced. there are places that will repair or replace parts for your air guns.
By Conor from Sunnyside, WA on February 8, 2012

Answer:
Yes, the NP can be replaced, call some gunsmiths or airgun stores near you and ask if they could replace it.
By Carter from Washington on February 14, 2012

Answer:
Yes, it can be replaced once worn out.

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