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Gamo Prescision 4-Pack .177 Cal - 1000 ct

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  • Code: GAM632092454 · $17.99 · .177 · 0 · 1000 ct
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This is a great way to sample some of Gamo's most popular and accurate pellets for less than you would pay purchasing them separately. GAMO .177 caliber combo pack includes: 1 Match 1 Hunter 1 Magnum 1 Master Point Each tin contains 250 pellets.
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  • ManufacturerGamo
  • Caliber.177
  • Ammo TypePellets
  • Ammo Weight0
  • Pellet Quantity1000 ct
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By Fil -.December 13, 2016

Every air gun may have different preferences when it comes down to pellets. This assortment provides you with sizeable quantities of four different .177 pellets to try out. At a reasonable price, you will be able to hone in your pellet selection w/o breaking the bank and - who knows? the ones that are not great for your gun today may be the ones your next gun (and you) will love.

Good quantities and good assortment.

None so far.

By RickSeptember 13, 2016

All seem to work good.

By STEPHENUSAJanuary 19, 2016

This is a great deal but I don't shoot .177 alone. Why not offer this package in 22 & 25 cal.? Just adjust the price and offer the same type variety in 1000 pack.

By timothyUSADecember 19, 2014

A variety of pellet types to determine what works best in my rifle.

By CharlesUSASeptember 9, 2014

I purchase 2 gamo 4 pack pellet combo pack and I am more than pleased not only with the pellets but the price, I use to buy pellets at the gun shop and I paid far more than I paid for these at air gun depot the gamo pellets are far better than any other I tried including crossmas I recomend these and give them a 5 star rateing. charles Lind

By DavidUSASeptember 4, 2014

Not bad for this money. Try different pellets, 4 kinds. Check which is better for your rifle. For mine is the "Hunter".

By JamesUSAJune 12, 2014

convenient way to try a variety in a new gun. These certainly varied wildly in my gun as far as accuracy goes. My gun a Gamo Bull Whisper BC has a strong preference for the Hunter (shame AGD doesn't seem to offer them separately) grouping at a half inch or slightly less at 25 yds. These will likely be my pellet of choice for this gun because the others it likes as well are MUCH more expensive. as for the other varieties the Match gave 1 3/8 groups, The magnum strung sideways 3 1/2 inch groups, and the Master Point gave 2 1/2 inch groups.

convenient selection for testing, Seem well enough made, and are in nifty little metal screw tins. The Hunter pellets gave me EXCELLENT accuracy.

Little dirty but nothing I can't deal with. disappointing that three of the 4 did not give me the accuracy in my gun that I needed.

By Will C.February 14, 2014

I bought these pellets about two months ago and they are terribly made with lead shavings that have not been cut off and this has been wrecking my benjamin titan barrel.

By Garrett USAAugust 13, 2012

My only complaint about these pellets is that they are soft. When i shoot at glass targets they bounce off and Flatten the point of the pellet. But other than that, great purchase!

Made of softer medal and unable to penetrate certain targets like I would have hoped.

By DavidUSAJune 21, 2012

These pellets are good for some cheap shooting. Some of the pellets end up bent. Instead of paying 10 bucks for PBA platinum pellets for 80 or so this is a good alternative to shoot all day long.

Cheap Shoot longer

flimsy gets your fingers filthy

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im new to getting a pellet gun and i have hunted and shot one plenty of times... im just wondering if these would work out good for a varmit hunter??

asked Rocco from USA

depending on the FPS of your pellet gun, I see no reason why the wouldn't work out great, depending on what your shooting at I would recommend anything under 40-50 yards to use the round or wadcutter pellets..anything over to use the magnum or hunter pellets...although I have been taking out pigeons w/ the wadcutters at about 60 yards :-) hope this helps!

Nicole from USA
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