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Gamo Red Fire .177 Cal, 7.8 gr - 150 ct

Gamo Red Fire .177 Cal, 7.8 gr - 150 ct

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The Gamo Red Fire Pellet, A HUNTING PELLET WITH EXTREME ACCURACY, PENETRATION AND VELOCITY. Exceptional Accuracy, Lethal Penetration, Uniformed Expansion, Experience match grade accuracy, high velocity performance, and hydraulic expansion at point of impact with GAMO's new hunting pellet Red Fire. The diamond shaped hard polymer tip provides a true ballistic trajectory. The force of impact drives the diamond polymer tip into the cylinder jacket material forcing it to expand outwards increasing the diameter of the projectile as it passes through the intended target (mushrooming effect on impact). Pellet Weight: Red Fire 7.8 gr
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Specs
  • ManufacturerGamo
  • Caliber0.177 cal
  • ConditionNew
  • Ammo TypePellets
  • Ammo Weight7.8 gr
  • Pellet ShapeHollowpoint
  • Pellet Quantity150
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Reviews
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69% Recommend this product (27 of 39 responses)
By Kentucky Dan
San Antonio
September 10, 2018
Plinkin' awesome
All of the Gamo Red Fire (and some of their competitors' also) pellets I have shot are as accurate as flat head target pellets and much more hard-hitting. Try 'em, you'll like 'em.
Best UsesHunting or target
By Jared
Chico, CA
August 15, 2018
Great Accuracy and Damage
These pellets are very accurate with dime sized groupings at 15 yards with a Crosman Phantom. These pellets don't penetrate as deep as others but they make up for that in expansion and destruction. They practically destroy themselves once they enter. The red tips penetrate and then destroy the pellet once inside and detach. They are expensive however so I would recommend the Crosman Premier Piranhas as they are cheaper with 400 pellets. They shoot in the same spot as one another with no correction and penetrate deeper. I recommend sighting with the Crosmans and shooting bigger game with the Crosmans if you cant do a head shot. I'd say these Gamos would be best for birds or headshots on rabbits. However if you don't have very good shooting skills yet I would not recommend them as they can cause severe damage and suffering for the game you are trying to kill which I can't call humane. IF you do have your shooting skills down then I'd highly recommend these for hunting. They shoot best with higher FPS guns as the lower FPS range wont cause good enough penetration or expansion. If you are looking for a lower FPS pellet then go with the Crosmans as they will deliver what you need.
ProsAccuracy Expansion
ConsPrice Per Shot Penetration
Best UsesBirds Head Shots Small Game High FPS
By Michael Fitzgerald
California
May 4, 2018
Great item
Great
By Spike
Los Angeles
April 23, 2018
Accurate Pellet
I have a pest problem and have been experimenting with different types of pellets I found that these red tip a little better then the wad cutters. Close range they do maximum damage
ProsExcellent damage close range Very accurate Look cool
ConsNot good for long distance Kind of expensive
Best UsesRed tips are Excellent for hunting at close range 20 25 YD They do nicely in penetrating pest
By Ed
Connecticut
March 2, 2018
Exceptional Product
Great product. Unbelievable accuracy. Worth every penny. Highly recommend.
ProsPerfect Accuracy
By Skeeter
Chicago, Illinois
March 1, 2018
Not bought here
Bought these on a whim while at a local shop, figured id try one "special/novelty" pellet since i only use standard pointed tip pellets. Figured it might help a bit more in ridding the raccoons in our yard. Got home and within 20 minutes of being home, a raccoon decided to tear up our grass in the middle of our backyard while im sitting out there with my p1377 handgun and ammo :) perfect timing. Using this ammo, at 60 feet, i was able to make a head shot. The coon fell over, while reloading just incase, he tried to stand up so i took the second shot. Using these with the p1377 handgun (average 540 fps with standard 7g pellets) it is a deadly and very accurate ammo. Im really currious of the damage if using a rifle over 1000fps.
Pros-GREAT velocity. -GREAT penetration. -Mushroom effect, cant say much, but i dont expect much from a low powered gun -Accuracy seems pretty well. -Cool red tip lol
Cons-Lead (they make a lead free version, but its not specified weather its aluminum or tin). -Red tips can break off (ive only had 1 tip broken on my first tin of these).
By Luke
Virginia
February 3, 2018
Great pellet
I first bought these about 3 years ago. I was a little skeptical, having had less than stellar results from some of these "fancied up" pellets. But i can say right now, that these pellets are some of the best varmint and small game pellets that i have ever used. To date I have used them on Crows, Squirrels, Rabbits, Pigeons, House finches, Starlings and more with great results. The wound trauma that these pellets create is simply amazing! I have used them out of my various airguns, with great results both in speed and accuracy. They will not let you down, BUY!
ProsAccurate, Fast, Quick killer, They just look cool!
ConsNone
By Matt
Kennesaw, GA
September 23, 2017
No complaints
Bought these to shoot out of my gamo bone collector and to Jack up some squirrels. End result is alot of dead squirrels very pleased with these pellets they were very accurate up to about 50 yards.
ProsAccurate Kills squirrels quick
ConsNone.
By BobbyCalifornia
SoCal
March 6, 2017
Very accurate and hard hitting
I shoot varmints on my property with a Gamo Whisper and at 25 yards grouping is very, very tight. I've hit squirrels at 50 yards, but not every time, the stock Gamo scope isn't the greatest and I'm not as steady as I used to be. The light weight means a faster pellet, I have no trouble with penetration. Fit my barrell tight. Love this pellet.
By Ron
Cheyenne, WY
August 1, 2016
Best pellet for hunting
My wife will not use any other she knocks those ground dogs for a loop . They penetrate and kill
ProsVery accurate Penetration the best
ConsNo cons
By Walter
Maryland
June 16, 2016
Remarkable Accuracy!
I bought my first rub of these today and tried them out. I fired them from approximately 25-30 feet from the target, using my Umarex NXG APX (880 fps). These Gamo Red Fire🔥Pellets gave me the tighest shot group I've ever had! I have yet to test them on live pest (allay rats!) I'll update you on the outcome. Well worth the price! I'm sticking with these pellets!
ProsExceptional accuracy!
ConsNone noted at this time.
By terry
logan, ohio
September 15, 2015
great pellets
Most accurate pellets I have used in my ruger blackhawk elite they are very accurate they also have awesome penatratiion on the down side is price and could mushroom a lot better
ProsAccuracy
ConsPrice and needs better mushroom more
By Bruce E Head
South Dakota
July 16, 2015
great
I only used it to set the rifle I haven't hunted with it yet. But it is very accurate ammo.
By Tom
Buffalo ny
July 12, 2015
Yup
These are the pellets you're looking for.. I live in the city and we have a bad rat problem(huge rats), shot these out of a crappy daisy pump and the pellets whip right through your target.
ProsAccurate
Consnone
By john
indianapolis indiana
July 7, 2015
not that great
not very accurate
Proslook cool
Consdont expands well, dont penetrate well
By Chris
Traverse City, Michigan
March 1, 2015
most accurate pellet for my trail NP
These are the most accurate pellets I have found for my Benjamin Trail NP so far. They fit tightly in the breech and just shoot nicely.
ProsAccurate in my rigle
ConsPretty expensive.
By lorin
fort walton beach, florida
January 28, 2014
Lethal!
I really like these. Penetration and consistent.
By DANNY
ROXBORO, NC
November 14, 2013
red fire
these pellets are accurate up to 40 yards
By Derek
Boyd, MN
May 13, 2013
Great hunting pellet
Accurate pellet with good expansion and shock, they really tear stuff up inside. Birds are almost always dead before hitting the ground.
Prosvery nasty on flesh accurate
Consnot exactly cheap
By Me z
idaho falls, Idaho
April 24, 2013
Best pellet I have used period
I have used a lot of different ammo in my nitro piston Benjamin. These guys group the best I have seen. I have killed coyotes, rabbits, squirrel's, mink, muskrats, and beavers with these. I haven't had to put a second shot in a critter yet. I will agree that these wont blast through a critter but that isn't the point. These are highly accurate and create a big hole inside the animal. Nothing mushrooms as well with as good of penetration and accuracy period. This pellet is the only one I have found that balances those three perfectly. I am not saying it will perform well in every pellet gun, but if you have a nitro, these suckers are scary deadly!
ProsPerfect balance of penetration, accuracy, and expansion.
ConsA little spendy but you get what you pay for.
By jeff
Champaign, IL
March 25, 2013
Best overall pellet for my big cat 1250.
I used crosman pointed, hollowpoint, wadcutter, destroyers, and the gamo redfires. The crosman premiere hollowpoints were a tad bit more accurate than these redfires, but they didn't mushroom very well. The redfires were a close 2nd in accuracy, but did tons of damage to the eastern cottontail rabbits invading my yard/garden.
ProsThese pellets are great for rabbits, squirrels, starlings, ETC. They do not pass through an leave a huge entrance wound. by far the most damaging pellet, in my opinion for my gamo big cat 1250.
Consvery expensive.
By J Mathias
WV
December 26, 2012
Gamo Red Fire
The red fire has excellent penetration. It is super accurate and in my personal opinion my favorite for squirrels.
ProsAccurate
ConsPrice
By Kenneth
Lake Wales , Fl.
December 1, 2012
MISFIT
I bought these pellets as part of combo pack with Rocket ,Raptor, and Armour. Beware for future reference, apparently all Gamo .177s are not created equal. If you own or intend to use the P-25 or PT-85 then Red Fire are not for you. They jam the magazines. While the idea of a deadly multi-talented pellet by all these reviews sounds great, until these can be produced with a shorter polymer core, or the 25/85 Mag. extended, these may as well be split-shot at the fishing store. Come on GAMO you can do better. At least give us pistol packers a heads up. Sign me up for advanced preview if you do a retrofit.
ProsThe reviews.
ConsThe reality.
By chris khandjian
Covina, CA
August 29, 2012
just another pellet
not as great as gamo made it sound. They are ok but there not worth the amount you are going to pay for them.
Prosthey look cool but thats it
Cons150 pellets
By Mike Moyer
Bristol, In
August 22, 2012
Awesome Pellets
The pellets did what I needed them to do, good all around use.
ProsGood groups
By corey pulling
Minneapolis, MN
May 13, 2012
great for squirel
these are really good pellets... takes out squirrel with ease, and very accurate with solid penetration and pretty good expansion in ballistic tests that i have done.
Prosaccurate. hit hard. consistent
Consa little bit spendy although here you really get a good deal
By critter
indiana
December 23, 2011
great on small game, not on large
i shoot a lot of animals on my property. I have found that these pellets are accurate and have a lot of power. because of that, I have found the pellet mushrooms and slows down to fast for good penetration on big soft targets. I have hit coons and rabbits in the shoulder at a distance of 30yards and the pellet did tons of damage, but never made it past the joint. which means on some the the game I did recover took multiple shots. It requires a well placed shot to take something as big as a coon in one shot with this ammo. I have had no trouble on squirrels, crow, or rats. I did a ballistics test with pointed pellets and the red fire. they both preform well: even in a phone book. I tried shooting through an apple at 10 yards, the red fire 50% of the time did not even pass through. the muzzle velocity of my air rifle is 1000 fps, and I like the penetrating power of a lead or alloy pointed pellet to ensure a kill on all small game that I hunt.
ProsGreat on squirrels
ConsNot enough penetration for larger animals.
By tc
Tilden, TX
November 19, 2011
geat pellets
These are great for hunting with a lot killing power. I use them on coons ,opossum and rats, but there are not enough pellets in the tin.
Proskilling power
Consnot enough pellets
By Joe B.
Roswell, Georgia
November 14, 2011
Gamo Red Fire .177 Pellets
Very nice...Very nice. Good pellets. I shot a squirrel in the neck with one, and it went down instantly. PWNED! Anyways, if you want to buy these pellets and are unsure if they're good or not, take my advise. They're worth it. (Kinda wish they sold these 250 ct.)
ProsGood penetration and expansion
ConsReally low count of product
By Finchlake
NE Louisiana
November 13, 2011
Gamo 150 ct Red Fire .177 Hunting Pellets w/Polymer Tip
I like these, they grouped very good at 40 yd. out of my Gamo Rocket 1250.
ProsThey had the tightest group of any pellet I tried.
ConsPrice
By Rgross
June 4, 2011
red fire pellets
Rocket pellets are more consistent. Some of the red tips dislodge from lead base in container.
By chris
February 25, 2011
gamo red fire .177 cal pellets
these pellets are very, very, deadly i've shot several squirrles with them! useing a powerline 880 and tghem knock them stright out of the tree every time.
By j boy
February 12, 2011
pellets
ive tried many pellets and these are not accuratce in my big cat 1200...no way...the red tips move in all the pellets..i thought removeing the tips might help but they do not...but at ten yards they seem right on...hate them, the only ammo from gamo that i like and is GOOD is the ROCKETS....sorry but these are not match grade pellets. wish they were cause i would buy them!!!!!!!
By Night Stalker
February 7, 2011
Red Fire .177
This is a great pellet, I haven't tried too many yet but I don't think I'll need to. I can shoot them on top of each other at 35yds. For a ballistic test I shot one into modeling clay at 20 yards and after digging the pellet out found a terrible wound trail that went from .177" diameter at impact to .25" diameter where the pellet stopped (approx. 2" inside clay block). The pellet itself was turned almost inside out and had a hole in the midddle where the red plastic insert pushed through. The pellet was essentially a ring with a .13" inside diameter hole and a .25" outside diameter! My first kill with the pellet was a rabbit at 20yds., head shot. The entry hole was very easy to find and clearly had a large wound channel. The pellet stopped inside its head but the opposite side of the head was pushed outward showing the force of the expanded pellet. This pellet doesn't have the penetration power of say a PBA pellet but it transmits the full power of the shot into it's target resulting in what I would say is equal to a standard .22 round. A PBA pellet would have went right through leaving a .177 hole which probably would have been okay in the head but in the body would have killed the animal very slowly unless put directly through the heart. The Red Fire might not have as deep of penetration as the PBA but you have significant penetration and the knock-down power of a larger caliber. The biggest benefit of the Red Fire is a super clean and humane kill(no suffering).
By John
December 12, 2010
Effective
These are a very effective hunting pellet going by my ballistics tests. They do not increase speed but they have mass which makes them dig deep into a target. they flatten out nice in a glycerin block creating a nice wound track that would no doubt be fatal. I also noticed a curious thing these do. When the tip contacts the target it first pierces the target, then pushes through the back of the pellet creating a blood groove effect enabling the pellet to go farther into the target creating more destruction before it stops. Evidence says these will be a very deadly hunting pellet when spring gets here and a rather destructive groundhog and his family come up above ground to feed.
By .jr
October 9, 2010
pelets
This pelet was very helpful in irradiateing rabbits in my yard ,& helps with aim,kills,& also sport along with the great costs & number.
By happy pellet user
September 16, 2010
awesome pellet!
this pellet is great, when i shot them into a phonebook at 30 feet the main lead pice was 345 pages in, and the red polymer tip was at the 410th page. it was also very accurate and hard hitting for its weight. i have kiled some mice and a squrrel with these pellets, it went right through the squrrels head, and it was dead instantly. the mice were body shots and one got 3 steeps... thats it! i highly reccomend this pellet
By Travis
November 27, 2009
Hard Hitting Pellets with Deep Penetration
These pellets are deadly accurate. They will drop a groundhog at 50 yds.They are great for hunting. The cone shaped polymer tip causes deep penetration. Small Game Beware!
By foneguy
May 20, 2009
Nice for hunting
First thing I noticed about these pellets is how tightly they fit in my Gamo Varmit Hunter. Next thing was how accurate they are, they punched perfectly round holes in my paper targets. I have had great succes with these pellets against skunks. I used the PBA pellets and was not very happy with the accuracy or the power, yes they travel fast but the red tips really seem to hit much harder, they stop skunks dead in their tracks, literally. Bottom line, they are accurate and they hit hard, great for larger critters.
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Q&A
By Percy from Pittsworth qld australia on July 16, 2012
Do they shoot good out of a remington vantage 1200 and do the crossman destroyer pellets shoot well out of the same rifle?

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