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Gamo Bone Collector Bull Whisper, .22 cal

Gamo Bone Collector Bull Whisper, .22 cal

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  • Code: 6110067155W54 · 0.22 cal · 975 fps ·
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The "Bone Collector" is designed in collaboration with Michael Waddell and Travis "T Bone" Turner of the "Bone Collector" TV series. The gun is built on a special hunter forest green composite stock with dark grey rubber grip inserts. The "Bone Collector" logo is prominently shown on the synthetic high-grade stock. The Gamo Bone Collector Bull Whisper .22 Cal Air Rifle now features the more quiet and smoother shooting power of Gas Piston! With the quiet bull barrel we all loved on the Whisper, you can be accurate with every shot.

  • ND52 noise dampener reduces report by up to 52%
  • Breakbarrel
  • Gas Piston
  • Single-shot
  • Steel Barrel has a Composite Jacket
  • Two-Stage Adjustable Trigger
  • Textured forearm & grip inserts
  • Dual Raised Cheekpieces
  • Ambidextrous Synthetic Stock
  • Includes: .22 Caliber Air Rifle, 4x32mm scope (unmounted)+ Dovetail Mount
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  • ManufacturerGamo
  • Caliber0.22 cal
  • Velocity975 fps
  • ConditionNew
  • Ammo TypePellets
  • ActionBreak barrel
  • Barrel StyleRifled
  • Cocking Effort30 lbs
  • Fire ModeSingle-shot
  • Gun Weight5.95 lbs
  • Overall Length43.75"
  • Barrel Length19.13"
  • Magazine Capacity1
  • MechanismGas piston
  • RailDovetail Mount
  • UseSmall Game Hunting / Target Shooting
  • Warranty1 Year Limited
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Gamo Bone Collector Bull Whisper, .22 cal Reviews
4 Stars based on 17 Review(s)
Priest River, ID
4 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Purchased April 2013 and still performing well
September 21, 2016
I've read the reviews and issues for giving a low rating. My rating of 4 is simple. Everything, including the scope most people trash, works according to the manufacturers specs except one. They advertise up to 975 fps using PBA ammo. I used 9.9 grain PBA Platinum and 3 years later it still can't shoot over 935 fps. Now let's see why it's a 4 star beginning with the scope. I'm ex military and a marksman on ranges with multiple pop up targets from 10 - 50 yards. 40 shots, 40 kills, NO scope, open sights only. The 4x32 scope provided is more than adequate for seeing much smaller targets at those distances. The cocking effort is easy for me and the trigger pull has not been changed since I bought it. Pellets! Ah pellets. Many say you have to find the right pellet for your air gun. This is true. However, it's not entirely accurate. Using a Pro Chronograph, Chairgun Pro and a dozen different pellet types and weights, I have found 4 pellets so far that will shoot a 1 inch group from 5-30 yards consistently in this gun without changing my 25 yard zero range. They are (1) H&N hollow point 12.65 gr (2) Gamo Rocket 14.3 gr (3) Skenco Ultramag 18.2 gr (4) H&N Baracuda Match 21.3 gr. All 4 pellets still retain over 12 ft-lbs of energy at 25 yards. There are more pellets to test so I'm sure I will find a few more that will work just as well. If you buy this gun, try the scope first and don't forget the blue Loctite for all the scope mount screws. Remember, before scopes, open sights were King. A master of Old School methods doesn't need a sniper scope to kill a rat, just practice and good form.

Meltingballs, AZ
4 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Best Gamo Yet - Bone Collector Bull Whisper IGT .22 CAT trigger & RRR scope rail
February 29, 2016
I'm not a Gamo fanboy & not a fan of their plastic guns & exaggerated advertising, HOWEVER, they are as close to the mark with this rifle as they've ever been. Time will tell how this rifle holds up but first impression is they have a winner here. Good Stuff next - 1. Custom Action Trigger (CAT) - One of the best non-German triggers yet. Independently adjust first & second stage pull length. While not adjustable, the pull weight on mine is just under 3 lbs. Similar in feel to Crosman's CBT, but breaks at a much lighter weight. Also it's a true hunting rifle - no automatic safety, which I view as a plus in the field. The Crosman style manual safety lever in front of the trigger is just right. 2. Recoil Reducing Rail (RRR) - Alert! The scope ring cap screws & rail screws are TORX head, not Allen. A torx wrench for these is included with the rifle. I think the reviews should be broken down by pre & post addition of the 11mm dovetail scope RRR. The thing works as advertised. I have Weaver/Picatinny rails on other gas ram & magnum rifles so was skeptical about the setup. So far, it works. 3. Bull Whisper barrel - No stock air rifle have an actual bull barrel, but the term has stuck. Unlike most airgun "silencers" this system also works well. It's almost as quiet as a Benjamin Steel Eagle NP2, which is the quietest rifle I have & go-to hunting rifle. 4. Shooting - In a word, it's pleasant to shoot. It is not particularly hold sensitive, light arming at about 30 lbs, minimal recoil. I ran about 100 rounds of 14.6gr Crosman .22 Premier Ultramags thru it. Was shocked that after the scope was sighted in, it shot quarter size groups at 18 yrds. Yes, even with the typically horrible stock scope. It will get an upgrade after break-in, which won't be very long. Will post crony results later. 5. Pellets .22 cal. - Very pellet picky. So far it likes 14.6gr Crosman .22 Premier Ultramags (round nose), with Crosman Premier Hollow Points & 14gr flat nose RWS Meisterkugelen Pro Line yielding nickel & dime size groups @18 yards. 16.9 gr Ruger Superpoints yielded about a 2" group. 11.9gr RWS Hobbys & 16.7gr Crosman Red Flight Penetrators are horrible in the rifle. Interestingly, the 15.43 Gamo lead ball ammo does about 1 1/2" groups @ 18 yards as did the & Crosman Destroyers. Both those tear up what they hit. Of note, the Crosman & Gamo ball are tight in the chamber. The Rugers & RWS, not so much. More later. Have another 3 or 4 types to try. Update - MORE PELLET INFO - The photo is the target used for these tests at 25 yards. Top Left, H&N Baracuda Copper Plate. Very bad but at 21 gr might just be too heavy for this rifle. Top Right, JSB Exact Diabolo 18.13 grshot the best of any so far. The one flyer was me, not the ammo or gun. Lower Left, Crosman Hollow Points 14.3gr. One high flyer was me, the other was ammo. Lower Right, Crosman Pointed Hunting pellets. Very inconsistent batch with some very tight & other almost loose. This is reflected in the results. I really wanted to use these pellets so I tried them in a Benjamin Nitro Venom (center target) with similar results.
Light, Accurate, not very hold sensitive
Bad Stuff - This will be a good hunter but disappointed that for the money it doesn't come with sling swivels. Stock screws are nicely covered but not meant to be accessible. Not sure after the rubber insert is removed how to reattach. Will figure something out. No clear click when charging so never quite sure when the piston is fully compressed. Not a big deal but is annoying. Yeah, scope it junk but these reviews should be about the rifle, not the scope. But, why do these guys use a plastic trigger & safety on an otherwise good weapon. Compared to a Benjamin Steel Eagle, which is probably the closest comparison at the same price point, all the Gamo plastic disappoints. Only continued good performance may make up for that. Hoping this rifle holds up over time. I like it.

Brighton, CO
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Great Gun, Great Deal
March 17, 2014
Excellent rifle for the money. Airgun Depot delivered incredibly fast with no issues. As has been mentioned before, takes about 50 shots before it starts to quiet down, and the scope requires shimming to zero because initial shots were too low to just dial in. This process is simple enough. You can use the wrench provided to loosen the rear mount and place some paper or card stock under the scope before tightening again. To goal is just to raise the rear of the scope slightly. Once zeroed, accuracy is very good for a break barrel rifle. If you need something better than prairie Dog @ 50 yrd accuracy then you don't want a break barrel. Get something with a fixed barrel and spend $600 instead of $200. For this price, I think this rifle will be hard to beat. One note: Airgun Depot threw in a slingshot, pellet trap, and 100 targets. Trap and targets are awesome, but the trap is not really suited for .22s... First round bent the deflector in the back, and every following round added to the damage. After about 200 pellets the trap is really just a target holder. That being said, the trap was still a great added bonus and made for some great fun in the basement while it lasted!
- Great Rifle - Great Price - Good accuracy for a break barrel - Pellet trap was fun
- Scope required shimming - Pellet trap doesn't last long against a .22

3 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Good gun
November 28, 2013
the stock is very nice and it shoots alright
Very quiet
The scope broke

Philip Hudson
Middleburg, Florida
1 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Barrel droop piece of junk
October 25, 2013
I read the reviews and thought it was bad shooters. Well, it's not! I maxed out the left wind age adjustment to get it bore sighted. Then maxed out the up adjustment. Thought it was the Gamo scope and threw a Tasco on it. Same adjustments. Tried a centerpoint and 3 sets of rings. Same issues. All in all, I tried 4 scopes, 3 sets of rings including a one piece base. On the last try, I barely touched the barrel and the bore sight laser was all over the place. I really wanted this rifle to work. I like the weight, power and style but it's not accurate enough to make humane kills on squirrels. If you want to blow a squirrels leg off when you're aiming at the head, buy this fancy hunk of crap. I'm a 40 year old retired (21 years) Navy Chief that qualified Expert on rifle and pistol my entire career. I have been shooting since I could walk. I'd take a red rider over this paperweight. It's not my first but will definitely be my last break barrel pellet gun!!!!!!
Powerful will quiet down after 40-50 shots. Nice stock. Airgun depot made the purchase easy and shipping was faster than promised.
Can't consistently hit the same spot. Barrel doesn't mate up securely. Dovetail grooves make finding decent rings difficult. Scope and rings that came with it are throw a ways. Trigger is not consistent (it will surprise you frequently). Barrel droop causes you to adjust scope to max up. I threw away the box too soon, now I'm afraid I'm stuck with this hunk.

longmont, CO
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

September 17, 2013
That nitro piston rules. Never could I achieve a quarter 3 shot group at 100 yards, with a springer break barrel. Squeeze the trigger for a mellow blast of true power. Had to replace the stock scope and adapted a Leapers 3-16x40mm a/o.
all is good except the scope
The nitros have scope creep also, the dove tail just won't do the job! Springer or nitro, the first thing I have to do is buy an adapter for weaver type mount. I truely believe all high powered pellet rifles need more than a dove mount. Why don't they just start putting weaver mounts on all of them to rid the scope creep from the ring mounts. This would add to the quality of the pellet guns that we pay dearly for.

5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

great springer air gun
July 9, 2013
This is an impressive little gun. It is reminiscent of a 22. Powerful airgun! I was used to the old pump up guns that I carried as part of my right arm when I was a kid. You remember the ones that you would sight in at 8-10 yards. They were good starters, but this is in a whole different category. Making one shot kills on game as large as fox, racoon, and even short range coyote is not only possible, but what the Varmint hunter hp is made for. This little gun really reaches out with authority and whacks them. I've witnessed complete penetration through a squirrel at over 30 yards resulting in a one shot kill and considerable tissue damage that you may expect to see from a 22, and that's with a lead pellet out of a 177. This ain't your granny's air gun. It also may be a good deal more dangerous for young kids, due to its ability to reach 50 yards or more. It's the a great varmint and small game hunter that is worth the money.
Many great things about this neat little gun.
Perhaps the scope is not as good as one would hope, but this is easily correctable.

NW Ohio
4 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

good shootin'
May 1, 2013
Ok..I've had this rifle in. 22 cal. for over 8 weeks now. Finally sighted in very well with JSB Diabolo 14.3 gram ammo after testing multiple brands & weights of 22 ammo. To accomplish the 1/2"; 5-shot grp. at 25 yds. I replaced trigger with CDT-III as gun was a 2012 model. (mfg. info inside stock). The stock scope held up tight grouping for maybe 20-25 shots and needed to be re-sighted. I suspect scope movement..or questionable quality of scope. As I write this review a Leapers 3-9x32 w/offset 1-piece mount is on the way to me. Did some homework on GTA and saw other owners had good results with same package. Can't wait to try it out! Back to the gun..I took other purchasers advice and cleaned the bore out. Ran 6 patches before it came out clean w/NO dieseling. Gun is light-weight package...yet has solid feeling. Could not find any metal or plastic filings inside any cracks or crevices. Breech/barrel opening clean also. Will update this rating after mounting the Leapers scope &mount.
Cocks easier than I expected. Light-weight package. Very good benchrest rifle. IGT expected to be long-lasting mechanism-10,000+ shots. Butt-pad very soft..little to no recoil. Would be a great seller to offer stock in gray, black, or cammo. Great speed for. 22 cal. Reaches out across the river out back to knock out blackbirds, starlings @125'-150'.
A little noisier than I expected..but perhaps it'll calm down a little after firing a few hundred more rounds thru it. Still -I'm happy with it.

Atlanta, Ga
4 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Great Value
February 17, 2013
Okay, let's address the main issue everyone has with all pellet guns, the scope. The factory scope on this air rifle is perfectly fine. Had it sighted in after 5 shots. I did notice that after a couple shots, I had to re-sight it. As an experienced shot, I knew it was not the scope and had to be the mounts. I was right. I went to a gun shop and bought a Remington mount that was much higher quality and this thing is perfect now. After 50 shots, I have only had minor tweaks. All shots within a quarter distance at 30 yards. So for the scope issues, just buy a better mount. As for the sound, it all depends on what type of ammo. Make sure if you want quiet shots to use a heavy pellet and not high velocity. This makes a big difference. The ammo it comes with breaks the sound barrier, letting out a loud crack. I used gamo pellets that had a copper ball in the cap and they shoot wonderful and very quiet for a pellet gun. Defiantly a bone collector though. Squirrel is what's for dinner!
Price for what you get Power and accuracy Sound volume
Scope mounts

Long Island
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

January 14, 2013
Gamo Bone collector .177 with Gold PBA rounds chronied at 1531-fps and 1468-fps, also at 15 yds grouped 8 shots within the diameter of quarter see pics. Insane penetration power with good ammo, lethal.
The gamo ammo had a lot to do with chrony results. I could tell pellets manufactured perfectly would light up chrony and others, slightly bent or conical slight damaged poor performance. Gamo make your ammo more consistent.

Dale K
Libertyville, Illinois
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Gamo Bone Collector
January 12, 2013
This gun is bit loud for the first thirty or so shots. After that, it quiets down to a fairly low volume. It is easier to cock than I thought it would be and my arm holds up for about twenty shots before I need to take a break. I expect this will improve as I shoot more. It is a powerful gun. I was shooting at, medium size, soup cans and thought I was missing them but actually the pellets were going through both sides without moving the can. I think the gun is well made and should last a good while.
It is a powerful gun without being too hard to cock. It is easy to load and the safety is solid and easy to engage.

Greeneville, TN
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

A lot of rifle for the money...
November 12, 2012
I will have to say, I was not expecting this rifle to be of high quality when I ordered it. I haven't done any shooting in years and wanted a economical rifle to get back into the sport. Boy was I wrong! This baby is made extremely similar to a modern rim fire rifle. I can't believe the power and accuracy right out of the box. If I ever need another rifle, I will definitely give Gamo a look first!
Very good quality and high power.
Scope mounting was a little tricky, however this was the first scope I have ever mounted so I attribute that to my lack of knowledge.

5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

gamo air rifles
October 8, 2012
This, in my opinion, is one of the finest break barrel rifles on the market it's easy to use and has a very realistic feel to it. If you are looking to hunt, this is a great gun or if you. If you're just looking to shoot targets it is also a great choice just throw on a scope and you will be taken out critters in no time.
I love the sat trigger and the not to bad cocking effort of 30 to 35 pounds. By the way, sat is smooth action trigger.
It is a little heavy

chet kukuk
big rock IL
1 Stars

worst gun I own
September 21, 2012
I have pumped 300 rounds of all different kinds through this thing. I even put a great scope on it. It will shoot straight on one shot, then the next is 5 inches out. I have spent hours trying to sight it in and spent $50 on different pellets. I don't understand how a guy can collect bones with this junk weapon.
Good trigger
Scope is junk, no matter the pellet, it's all over the map.

Bennington, NE
3 Stars

Constant resighting
July 13, 2012
The stock scope is ok, but the mounts are really bad. They are a sandwich style mount instead of the more popular encircling mounts. The mounts can't handle the recoil of this more powerful pellet gun. Gamo lead pellets fired the best out of the three different brands I tried but even with the use of sandbags I could barely get 2 shots to hit within an inch of eachother at 20 yards after sending 200 pellets through the barrel. I made sure the gun was able to recoil properly while on the sandbags; clamping rifle racks impair air rifle's recoil and cause inaccurate shots. The gun itself fires very smoothly and cocks equally as smooth. It gives quite a bit of kick and even though it has the "bull whisper" it's still got a good bang for a air rifle. I returned my gun and am going with a RWS air rifle instead.
Lightweight, smooth cocking, comfortable grips and stock,
horrible scope and mounts, very inaccurate, break barrel

5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Gamo Bone Collector Bull Whisper .22
June 6, 2012
Great Air Rifle. The trigger is fantastic, and it shoots hard with great accuracy. I found the cheap pointed Crosman pellets to be the most accurate. I mounted a leapers 3-9X50 scope on this rifle, so I did not use the included scope. I also really love the light weight of the rifle and the composite stock. I would buy again. Fast ship from Air Gun Depot. It's fairly quiet and smooth.
Trigger!!! Great! Light Weight Accuracy Hard Hitting .22 cal.
All Good

Central PA
4 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Nice gun, So-So scope, Lousy pellets
April 30, 2012
Do your self a favor and give or throw away the included Gamo pellets, they stink. One note on the gun, the rubber grip pads are not solidly mounted to the stock, esecially the foregrip pads which move around a little bit when holding the rifle. They have little buttons molded on the back that are pressed thru holes in the stock, nice design -poor execution. It's the first .22 cal air rifle I've had and it hits pretty hard. Oh, one other note, while using the Game pellets I pulled .177 cal from the can while sighting in! So much for quality control there. Like I saaid, don't waste your time with the Gamo pellets except maybe to break in the gun!
Nice design, stock fits good, not silent but fairly quiet, reasonable price from Airgun Depot.
Scope quality only fair, Gamo pellets suck, rubber foregrips need work.

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By Dale Shaw from Niagara Falls Ontario on July 24, 2012
Is this the best gun to shoot starlings in my back yard?
By Conor from Sunnyside, Washington on August 21, 2012

If you like it, then yes. I've heard good and bad about the accuracy and durability of them, but have not had any first-hand experience with it.

By Anonymous from Caledonia Ontario on August 20, 2012
Does the scope dial in when you twist the knobs, or is it a the type with the screws? I have had 4 scopes with the screws and it gets annoying sighting them.

By Staff on August 21, 2012

This scope requires a quarter or a flat head screw driver to adjust the windage and elevation.

By marcelo from bs as argentina on June 17, 2012
hello,you send to argentina ,tankyou

By Staff on June 18, 2012

Yes, we are able to ship to Argentina.

The Airgun Depot Customer Care Team

By jim from Tulsa, Oklahoma on May 13, 2012
I have a .177 that I use for squirrels that are eating up electrical lines around my place. They don't always stay down unless it's a head shot. I got one shot through the body and the darn squirrel fell, but got back up and was back at work the next day! Will the .22 be more deadly, distance about 35 yds. Jim
By Staff on May 16, 2012

.22 WILL be more deadly. it hits much harder.

By Oscar from Atlanta Ga on June 27, 2012
How many pumps to shoot a varmit at 15 yards? Tell me something about a 2 stage trigger? Positive and Negative evaluation. Do you recommed a different air gun to shoot the varmits that rampage our gardens and green house? It must be extremely accurate and have an scope that can be zeroed in at 15 yds. Often times I can only see a head or a rear quarter to shoot at. My standard .22 rifle with scope will do the job but I have a problem with my wife when I shoot it.
By Rocketman from Colorado on July 28, 2012

This air rifle will do the trick for you... How many pumps? Uhm, zero... This isn't a pump air rifle like you had when you were a kid... It's a break barrel. Push the barrel down past 90 degrees and it charges the nitro piston. So if you think of that as a pump, then one I guess. Two stage trigger: A normal single-stage trigger has the same tension throughout the pull to release. A two-stage trigger has two defined stages that are often adjustable. think of it as a trigger that you can take up the slack very easily before that final stage where the hammer is released. That final stage only take a small amount of pressure before the pellet is fired.

This air rifle will easily take care of your garden pests at 15 yards... 975 f.p.s. Is crazy powerful for a ..22 caliber pellet gun.

By Samuel from India on July 20, 2012
i want to buy this gun in india so is it possible for me to buy this gun and by what time will it be delivered to me

pls do reply me on my Email id
By Staff on July 20, 2012

We are unable to ship to India at this time. I apologize for the inconvenience.

The Airgun Depot Customer Care Team

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