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Gamo Coyote

An affordable yet high end PCP with a European hammer-forged barrel.
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  • Code: 147254 · $399.99 · .25 · 900 fps
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Ready to take airgunning to the next level? Have you reached the point where your spring guns just aren?t cutting it anymore? Looking for a way to break into the PCP game without going broke at the same time? The Gamo Coyote line of PCP air rifles was designed with you in mind. When you consider a precharged 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. Hammer-forced barrels deliver precision downrange. But that's not all. Manufactured in Europe, these guns feature high quality construction and premium features such as Beechwood monte carlo stocks, 2 Stage adjustable triggers, as well as the European cold hammer forged barrel. 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
  • Precharged pneumatic
  • Bolt-action
  • 10rd removable rotary clip (8rd 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 buttpad
  • Ambidextrous beech stock
  • Checkered grip and forearm
  • Manual safety
  • Volumetric silencer
  • 6.60 lbs.
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Specs
  • ManufacturerGamo
  • Caliber.25
  • Velocity900 fps
  • ConditionNew
  • Ammo TypePellets
  • ActionBolt-action
  • Barrel StyleRifled
  • Fire ModeRepeater
  • Gun Weight5.60
  • Overall Length42.90
  • Barrel Length24.50
  • Loudness3-Medium
  • Magazine Capacity8
  • MechanismPre-charged pneumatic
  • Rail11mm dovetail
  • SafetyManual
  • Front Sightsnone
  • Rear Sightsnone
  • Shots per Fill0
  • Trigger AdjustabilityTwo-stage adjustable
  • Trigger Action0
  • UseSmall game hunting/plinking
  • Warranty5-year limited warranty
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4.55 Reviews
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5.0
By FarlMay 23, 2017

I was expecting good things. And I wasn't disappointed (at least not so far!). This is, for the money, a beautiful rifle. Solid feel. Nicely assembled. On the heavy side, with its really chunky beech hardwood stock; however, the weight feels GOOD. Nicely balanced. A joy to shoot. Took it out to the shooting range last week. I did not even bother zeroing the TAG CenterPoint Scope that I mounted. Standing and firing, I was putting them in a quarter and half dollar at 25 yards, rattling off shots about as fast as I could pull the bolt. Very accurate gun. If you want to park the rifle and take your time sighting and shooting I think a dime at 25 yards and a nickel at 50 yards is possible. I shot JSB Exact King .25 caliber 25.39 grain and JSB Exact King Heavy Diabolo 33.95 grain.

Pros
Nice hardwood stock with fairly elegant checkering. Hammer forged (BSA) barrel. Manual safety. Regulated. BSA 8-round magazine mounts very securely inside breach housing with magnet lock.

Cons
Plastic trigger. Manometer mounted on the muzzle end of air reservoir (!) Current price for an extra Gamo/BSA 8-round 25 caliber magazine is around $70.00, if you can find it.

4.0
By Torrence PearsonUSAMarch 27, 2017

This is my first Gamo airgun and not a bad little rifle. The finish on it was perfect, no blemishes. So the only pellets it likes Jsb 25 gain. I'm getting around 715 fps with this pellet and 3 quarter's of an inch at 50 yards. The only thing that I can find wrong with it is it's a little loud but that's expected having no moderator. I also don't like the clip also, it doesn't cycle good. I sometimes have to tap with my finger to finish it's cycle. That's getting better the more I shoot the gun.

Pros
Great price, accurate. Awesome finish.

Cons
A little loud.

5.0
By WilliamUSAMarch 22, 2017

I've seen several reviews on this PCP air gun, and almost, to an individual, the only thing that people fault it is style, including the full forestock. I don't believe that the rating of this gun should suffer because of personal preference regarding styling. If you buy something that has features that are, or should be apparent, then you only have yourself to blame if later on you find that you don't like it. I did my homework on this Gamo Coyote, long before I ordered it, and knew that it was most probably very similar to BSA guns of fine internal quality and performance - but at greater cost! Gamo bought BSA and the magazines used by the Gamo Coyote are the same as those used by several BSA models, so that assumption wasn't any stretch of my imagination. I was also aware that this version had no integral noise suppressor, and that it would therefore be on the loud side. This is a wonderful gun of quality and if acquired at a sale price in the vicinity of $400.00 is a fine buy! I like the Gamo Coyote well enough to have now purchased it in three calibers - .177 cal., .22 cal., and .25 cal.! Here's a tip: Want to make your Coyote more accurate, and sexier at the same time? Add a Hatsan air stripper to the threaded barrel end, under the removable muzzle cap!

Pros
I like that the gun does not have the built in suppressor, and the full forestock provides for a steadier grip and hold when shooting offhand. So many guns are pushed out onto the market with black poly stocks, many which are hollow internally, and done so to lessen production costs and weight, but this one has a nicely finished hardwood stock, for traditionalists like me. I've seen several synthetic stocks which were hollow, and that had broken at the thinnest location on the stock, which is usually at the wrist. That won't happen with this Coyote! It might not be what they call "back yard friendly", but it's not that loud either.

Cons
If you're looking for "back yard friendly". buy the suppressed model of this same gun. I wouldn't pay more than $400.00 for it, as there are many companies selling it and sales pop up occasionally which bring the cost to under $400.00. I like to buy refurbished guns whenever possible, and this gun is an early version of the Coyote, so refurbs should be showing up at the larger dealers.

5.0
By GaryJune 3, 2016

This was my first pcp air rifle(in .22 ca.) and is still one of my favorites. I have since purchased a BSA Bucaneer(.25 ca.) same basic rifle with a slightly different stock, a Hatsan AT44 and an Air Arms 510. The build quality of the Gammo Coyote may not be in the same league as the AirArms but is not that far off, and certainly not for less than half the price. It is every bit as accurate with the right pellet and nearly as easy to shoot. The trigger, though not as good as the AirArms, is still a very good trigger and does not effect accuracy. I love this gun and would buy it again as I would with the BSA. Not necessarily true with the Hatsan or AirArms.

Pros
Great value, not made in China, accurate and powerful.

Cons
Forearm on the stock is unnecessarily wide and detracts from what would otherwise be a very attractive rifle.

4.0
By BradleyUSANovember 30, 2015

I've shot about 300 rounds since I got this rifle a few weeks ago. Very accurate, hard hitting rifle. I don't like scopes but the bsa contender that came with mine is outstanding. I put a Bushnell red dot on as I don't shoot out past 50 yds. Also added Hatsan air stripper. I can kill a beer can at 50 yds 99% of the time. Been using 30 grain domed pellets. Plan on using this for rabbit . This is my 1st PCP gun. I use the air Venturi g6 to charge it. 32 shots and I top it off. I'm 60 so it's a good work out for me. 25 pumps, rest ,25 pumps , rest , 25 pumps done. The info said this rifle is 6.6 lbs. Not true. Mine is 8.5 lbs with no optics. I added some studs and a sling. Not so bad. This rifle is loud , so not a good choice for the burbs.

Pros
Hard hitting Accurate Excellent fit and finish Built to last

Cons
A little heavy A little loud

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Is the bolt reversible?

asked Fred from USA

Yes, it can be switched from either left hand or right hand

Scott from USA
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