If hunting is your thing, then the Gamo Whisper VH combo is the ideal package
for you. It's packed with all the power and accuracy of the traditional Whisper
but equipped with a unique thumbhole stock that has dual cheekpieces for truly
ambidextrous use! It has Gamo's completely legal, non-removable noise dampener
(reduces noise by 52%) on the polymer fluted bull barrel and front & rear fiberoptic
sights (rear is fully adjustable). The 2-stage trigger is adjustable, and the
safety is manually set. An all-weather synthetic stock holds it all together
and ensures that you won't have to worry about handling in the field. A 3-9x40
scope has a laser and flashlight riding on it (all are unmounted in box) and
a 1-piece scope mount and dual mount for the other two items are included.
- Caliber- .177
- Velocity: 1000 FPS (1200 FPS wil PBA Ammo)
- Repeater: Single Shot
- Weight: 5.8 lbs
- Length: 46’’
- Barrel Length: 18"
- Spring piston break barrel air rifle
- Trigger Pull: 3.79 lbs
- Cocking effort:38 lbs
- Break Barrel: Single Cocking System, Spring piston
- Automatic Cocking Safety system
- Trigger Safety: Manual
- Barrel: Fluted Polymer Bull barrel
- Non-removable noise dampener (with up to 52% reduction)
- Cocking Effort: 30 lbs
- Trigger: Second Stage adjustable
- Manual Safety
- Stock: Tough all-weather synthetic stock
- Cheekpiece: Twin cheek pads (confortable for ambidextrous shooting)
- Butt Plate: Ventilated rubber pad for recoil absorption
- Fiber optic front and rear sights
- Grooved receiver to accomodate airgun scope
- Scope Ramp: Raised Rail
- Includes 3-9x40 Scope, Laser, Flashlight & 1-Piece Mount (all are unmounted)
- Caliber0.177 cal
- Velocity1200 fps
- Ammo TypePellets
- Barrel StyleRifled- Break Barrel
- Cocking Effort38 lbs
- Fire ModeSingle Shot
- Gun Weight5.28 lbs
- Overall Length46"
- Barrel Length18"
- LoudnessLow Medium
- Magazine Capacity1
- MechanismSpring piston
- UsePest Control / Plinking /Target Shooting
- Warranty1 Year Limited
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