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Gamo Coyote Whisper, Premium Combo

Includes Air Venturi G6 Hand Pump, Mantis Scope & rings
  • Code: 146454premium · .177 · 1200 fps
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The Coyote PCP is an affordable yet high end PCP that is perfect for the serious air gunner. Features a hardwood stock, cold hammer forged barrel, 10 shot rotary magazine and a regulated valve. The Hammer-forged barrels deliver precision downrange with a higher degree of accuracy. This premium combo includes everything you need, especially if it's your first PCP, includes an Air Venturi G6 Hand Pump and upgraded scope. By buying it as a combo you save! When you consider a pre-charged pneumatic air rifle as your next purchase- what's the No. 1 thing you want? Accuracy! That's what you'll get in your Gamo Coyote PCP air rifle with its hammer-forced barrel delivering precision downrange. But that's not all. Manufactured in Europe, this rifle is shows high quality construction and premium features, such as a Beech wood stock with Monte Carlo comb and 2 Stage adjustable trigger. With a 232 B.A.R. fill pressure, self regulated valve, and 10 shot rotary magazine you'll be putting more consistent shots on target per fill with the Coyote than with its non-regulated competitors. And with this repeater- you'll be pulling it a lot! No need to spend twice as much for an accurate PCP with a fancy European name. If you've been waiting to make the jump to PCP power, Gamo gives you affordability, quality and accuracy all in one with the Coyote pre-charged pneumatic air rifle.

Gamo Coyote Air Rifle Features
  • Pre-charged pneumatic
  • Bolt-action
  • 10 rd removable rotary clip (8 rd clip in .25 caliber)
  • 11mm dovetail grooves (no open sights)
  • BSA hammer-forged rifled steel barrel
  • Built-in manometer (air pressure gauge)
  • Self-regulated valve
  • 232 bar (3365 psi)
  • 2-stage adjustable trigger (CAT=Custom Action Trigger)
  • Ventilated rubber butt-pad
  • Ambidextrous beech stock
  • Checkered grip and forearm
  • Manual safety
  • 6.60 lbs.
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  • ManufacturerGamo
  • Caliber .177
  • Velocity 1200 fps
  • Condition New
  • Ammo Type Pellets
  • Action 0
  • Barrel Style Rifled
  • Fire Mode 0
  • Gun Weight 0.00
  • Overall Length 0.00
  • Barrel Length 0.00
  • Loudness 0
  • Magazine Capacity 0
  • Mechanism 0
  • Rail 11mm dovetail
  • Safety 0
  • Front Sights none
  • Rear Sights none
  • Shots per Fill 0
  • Trigger Adjustability 0
  • Trigger Action 0
  • Use 0
  • Warranty 1-year limited warranty
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By JohnUSADecember 4, 2016

Got the gun combo (.177 version) quick, assembled pump, installed scope, (not much instruction on any of it but I managed) and started pumping with test plug in to see if the pump worked and to gauge the pumping effort. After several pumps juice shot out of my gauge!! The metal bladder inside the gauge had a pin hole in it and it pressurized the glycerin that dampens the needle until it popped out the fill hole plug and blew out the glycerin in a ,let's call it ,impressive, stream. Called AGD and was told that I could return the pump for a replacement. All I needed was a gauge, but they said they wouldn't have a replacement for just that, but they did suggest that I speak to Air Venturi and actually connected me to their line at that time. AV apologized , said they had IDed a bad shipment of gauges, some of which had already shipped to customers, and offered to overnight a gauge to me. This was on the Friday of Memorial Day weekend and most of the employees had already left for the day but she promised to do all she could to get a gauge to me.Then she told me how to use the pump without the gauge in case she wasn't successful. Early next afternoon (Saturday) a new gauge was delivered and I was good to go and am now a HUGH fan of AV's customer service. I tested the gauge and all was well so pumped up the gun and thought I was gonna frickin' die !! I'm old and out of shape and my heart was racin' and I was huffin' and puffin' and ,yeah, even sweatin' a little.And I was only to 1500 psi on what I assumed was another broken gauge. Wasn't broke though, so I took a 25 minute breather and keep going for another 1000 psi or so. Rested some more while I complained to my wife about how hard my new toy was gonna be to play with. Got no Love, so went back to pumping.Finally got her filled and rested 30 minutes to get my pulse down enough to have a chance at accurate shooting. I'm only exaggerating a little as I recount this but it was reeeaally hard to fill. The good news is I was doin' it wrong !! Now I know that you must not pump fast like a bike pump because the air is moving through little holes inside the pump to be pressurized in stages and that movement takes time. So now I pause for a seconds count at the top and bottom of each stroke and this makes sure all the air ends up in the gun. Before, much of the air was just circulating around inside the pump ! The gun actually fills faster if you go slower. As the pumping gets hard you should bend your knees (out to the sides like that Plie' thing ballerinas do) stiffen your arms and let gravity and all those beers you have consumed over the years do the work for you. With this technique pumping is really no Biggy, I swear !! All my other guns are RWS and FWB springers that I bought in the 80s and never could shoot to their potential ('course just recently learned about that whole "artillery hold" thing) so I can't really express how happy I am with this gun and it's accuracy and lack of recoil AND ya can't hear it shoot !! It gives 50 + shots at 1000+ fps with standard weight pellets and only brings the pressure down to 1500-1600 psi so you're not filling from 0 each time you pump up. From an improvised rest (back rest of a fabric camp chair ) I have put 10 Crosman Ultra Magnums into .47 in. ctc at 43 yards. That's about 1/4 the size of the best groups I've ever been able to shoot with my FWB 124 and it just don't jump around like a springer. The scope is great. I'm not ever going to spend more on a scope as long as they make scopes that perform this well for this price.Can't think of a reason to, if this one lasts. Time will tell, of course. When I fire this gun outdoors all I hear is the hammer spring uncoiling then the pellet hitting my backstop. I'm talkin' serious Ninja quiet. This is the best airgun purchase I've ever made and I have blown some dough on guns over many years, so that's sayin' somethin' !! No Mo' springers in my future. Gonna weld the ones I already own into a really cool target holder so I won't be tempted to shoot 'em anymore! (Relax! Just kiddin') Buy one and I'm bettin' you'll love it.

Really quiet.My wife can barely tell I'm shooting in our basement when she's just at the top of the stairs. I shoot it much better than my quality, vintage, German made springers. The shot count makes the pumping effort worthwhile. Not really that hard to pump with the correct technique.( I give you my word,promise!) Looks great,seems well made,and comes with a good pump and as good a scope as most will ever need.

Gun and scope and pump need more informative manuals. Proper pumping technique should be explained in at least on of them. Might save some old fart from an infarction !!

By R DavidUSAOctober 25, 2016

I got the Gamo Coyote rifle, a scope and a pump as combo as my entry into PCP shooting. I will summarize some pros and cons, but let me say overall I am very happy with the rifle and with the support from Airgun Depot. Without their support, this purchase would not have be a pleasurable one. All the pieces arrived on time without damage. Since this was my first PCP, I didn't really know what to expect. I got everything assembled but was missing a special seal (bag was empty). I called Airgun Depot and they replaced it quickly. Assembling all the fill equipment was not clear, lots of pieces, I did need a little help from AGD. After assembly, I couldn't fill the rifle. Turns out you need to pull the cocking mechanism way way out - this was not clear from the manual. I got it working and filled. I only filled it to 2000 psi, this was a lot of work and I could see if I was going to shoot a lot, I needed an air tank. I did get one, got an adapter from AGD and was good to go. When I sighted the rifle in, I could not get it adjusted at any distance. Since there is no manual site, I needed a scope. I called AGD and they exchanged it. The new one sighted in well. I finally got everything working, it is powerful, very quiet and I can get a lot of shooting in with the air tank and magazines. I would recommend it, but I would probably try to get something lighter.

Very accurate 10 shot magazines are nice. Will jam if the pellet isn't clearly in, just do jam it around. extremely quiet and powerful scope is clear and accurate filling with a scuba tank is very fast and easy Excellent customer support from airgun depot

Much heavier then I was expecting, it is difficult to aim without support Initial scope would not site-in, the replacement was fine many parts needed to fill the rifle (washers, gaskets, etc.), easy to lose track of and no real manual

By GaryUSAJuly 20, 2016

Im proven buyer of this Gamo Coyote. 1st one I got the cocking handle or mechanisim was not cocking, that little click your supposed to hear at the end wasnt happening. Airgun Depot sent another one right away. 7-20-16 today went in backyard, cause thats where I do all my Shooting. (Tree Rats) This Coyote is so Unbelievable Quite, Highly accurate, multiple Pellets same hole every time!! Ive only had time to shoot 20 rounds at 30 yards, but Sooo... Happy I got one.

Everything is Nice on about the Coyote. Super Quite, Highly Accurate. Everything is well balanced, not to long, not to heavy. Its a Rifle thats not hard to hold really still because its so well balanced.

Nothing so far. Perfect!

By ScottUSAMay 22, 2015

Had the chance to play with our test rifle from Gamo for a few weeks and I really like the way that this gun is set up. Its very compact in size which is nice for moving around in the field, it is a bit on the heavy side due to the all wood and steel construction but I would say it makes a great small game rifle. The trigger is very similar to Gamos SAT trigger and has much of the same feel, it can be adjusted pretty easily to take some of the first stage out of it but I do wish that it was a little more crisp in its break. The bolt is easily switched for left handed shooters, which is a big plus for me as I am a south paw. The rifle shoots accurately and I would rank it as on par with other entry level PCP's like the M-Rod and the BT65

Wood Stock is really nice Left Handed capability reliable magazine design Trigger adjustability

Kind of heavy, might be a pain for smaller shooters Current model not shrouded

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Review on the . 25 cal coyote, are their any

asked Thomas from USA

Gun was leaking &closing air.It was sent to Gamo 2timesThey stoped leak. But wouldn't switch it 2 left handed.I reversed handle per instructions Now I can't zero scope It won't shoot to point of aim Twice in same place& is all over place IF U have A hole 1 in 2 rt of bull & Move 2 clicks left it moves 3 in left & 4in up No consistency I had 2 scopes on it & they both R the same.1 a WEAVER 6x24& 1 aSunn3x9x50 Maybe Gamo screwed up air regulator orU can't do this & it will be accurate I shot 60 shots at least Sun was on before & was quite accurate.I need exp help on this

asked Jerome from USA

It says this gun shoots at 1200 fps and I've seen people say 1000 fps. Doesn't that mean it would be in the transonic region? 1200 fps is even breaking the sound barrier.. I've read this has a big effect on accuracy. You should also hear a crack, when it breaks the sound barrier. I don't see anyone mentioning this. So, is the gun shooting closer to 900 fps or what is going on?

asked Klaas Van Praet

What kind of reticle does the scope have?

asked Brad
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