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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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  • ManufacturerGamo
  • Caliber .177
  • Ammo Type Pellets
  • Ammo Weight 7.8 grains
  • Pellet Shape Pointed
  • Pellet Quantity 150 ct
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By BlaineMarch 29, 2022

I bought these thinking that the penetration and expansion would be devastating at 1300 fps on squirrels. I am sure it is but if you want to find them you will still need a well-placed head shot. And, maybe a second shot to finish the job. They are very accurate and are consistent.

I wish they would offer this pellet in a heavier grain.

By DAVIDJuly 13, 2021

Always adjust your scope and sights to accurize your gun when using this pellet. It flies a bit different then most. Very deadly within 25 yards. I have not had a chance to shoot over that length. I need to share a picture.

Great accuracy. Very lethal. Excellent at killing small rodents, rats, squirrels, gophers, etc. At only 7.8 gr this is a little light but makes up by being a faster pellet. Every time I hit a squirrel or rat, it dies almost instantly due to the fact that the polymer tip disengages from the lead base and spins around inside of the rodent chewing up the innards. The lead base mushrooms out and does it job by busting through bone on impact then does more inertia damage. I have not done a head shot yet as there is no need to. Aiming just behind or beside the front shoulder will kill the rodent almost instantly. If the aim is off and you still hit the rodent it stops it immediately and you can squeeze another kill shot in seconds.

I was hoping for a 10gr pellet. This one is still light. A heavier pellet will cause greater impact and damage. The .22 version is a solid 15.4 gr with a big impact completely demolishing a small rodent up.

By PeteJune 27, 2020

Tried them in my Sig mcx. It hated them. Too long for the belt mag, and narrow diameter meant jamming, misfires...I would only suggest them for bb/pellet 1860 lever action loves them.

Look cool. Not for belt/rotary mags!

Small size, a few fell out of the belt. Tend to jam.

By PhilipUSAMarch 19, 2019

I'am shooting them out of a hatsan supercharger vortex at about 700fps,their accurate but don't have the penetration like the ones with a metal point. shot at 3/4" plywood they bounce off the metal tipped ones stick in it.


lack penetration

By John DUSASeptember 10, 2018

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.

By JaredUSAAugust 15, 2018

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.

Accuracy Expansion

Price Per Shot Penetration

By MichaelUSAMay 4, 2018


By SpikeApril 23, 2018

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

Excellent damage close range Very accurate Look cool

Not good for long distance Kind of expensive

By EdwardUSAMarch 2, 2018

Great product. Unbelievable accuracy. Worth every penny. Highly recommend.

Perfect Accuracy

By SkeeterMarch 1, 2018

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.

-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

-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).

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Are they better than crossman destroyers

asked Dewain coil

Have a gamo bone collector air rifle .177, Is the gamo pellet red fire 7.8 gr good for squirrel hunting. Just bought them ,and at what range is to far w these pellets to kill rabbits, squirrel ect.

asked Todd Blackburn

Would these pellets fit into the magazine of the average C02 pistol? If not, would a special mag just for these be able to be purchased and still fit into the same average pistol??

asked Kyle

There are several reports of these not fitting in average cartridges. They did not fit in my IZH-61 rifle magazine so I would be wary of buying these for that use

Erik from USA

The diameter of the "red fire" pellets is of course the same so no problem there. Also the length is no greater than any of the pellets in my inventory (about a dozen, 3 brands) so there should be no problem fitting these in your average mag.

Thomas from USA

Do they shoot good out of a remington vantage 1200 and do the crossman destroyer pellets shoot well out of the same rifle?

asked Percy

Yes they should shoot well. You might have to sight in the scope again.

Nicole from USA
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