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 Whisper PCP air rifle. Hammer-forged barrels deliver precision downrange. But that's not all. Manufactured in Europe, these guns feature high quality construction and premium features such as Beech wood stock Monte carlo comb, 2 Stage adjustable trigger, as well as the European cold hammer forged barrel. And now that Gamo has integrated their Whisper Fusion Silencer into the gun, you won?t have to worry about disturbing your prey, or your neighbors!
With a 232 B.A.R. fill pressure, self regulated valve, and 10 shot rotary magazine (8 for the .25 cal version) 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 Whisper Air Rifle Features
- Pre-charged pneumatic
- 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 (3,365 psi)
- 2-stage adjustable trigger (CAT=Custom Action Trigger)
- Ventilated rubber buttpad
- Ambidextrous beech stock
- Checkered grip and forearm
- Manual safety
- 5.6 lbs.
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.
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.
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.
0.177Caliber 0.177 CalVelocity 1200 fpsLoudness 3-MediumMag Capacity 10
0.22Caliber 0.22 CalVelocity 1000 fpsLoudness 3-MediumMag Capacity 10
0.25Caliber 0.25 CalVelocity 800 fpsLoudness 2-Low-MediumMag Capacity 8