- Caliber0.25 cal
- Ammo TypePellets
- Ammo Weight14.4 gr
- Pellet ShapeDomed
- Pellet Quantity50
Well fellow shooters. I've made my share of money, by taking the same expensive PBA ammo they're shooting and putting 5 PBA pellets through the same hole at 150 yards. Of cause they say it's because I have a better scope. I tell them if you wish to shoot my Gamo Whisper CFR, (that is recommended by Gamo to use only PBA pellets), as I always have and will, and as I did with your own PBA pellets, then your more the welcome too. After they do they are amazed at how accurate those same pellets are coming out of my weapon. I've gone as far as removing my scope and sighting it on their weapon. I can't even come close to grouping 5 shots in a 1 to 2 inch group at 50 or 75 yards with their weapon. They ask me what they need to do to have their weapon shoot like my own. I inform them that their barrel is no long true. It needs to be sent back to the manufacture to see if it can be made whole again. That is not cheap... All this could have been prevented had they just read that manual.
Shooters s that don't take the time out to read the information that was provided & shipped to you by the manufacturer with the product you purchased are always the one's to complain the loudest and blame everything on anything, except your actions, or lack there of.... That manual that came with the weapon tells you not only the do's and do not's of how to keeps that weapon clear and free from dirt in the firing mechanism and barrel, but what cleaning solvents & oil's to use or not to use with that weapon because if you do, it is going to affect the performance of that weapon in a negative way.
The weapon must be maintained and kept clean in order for it to function as the manufacture intended for it too. It also informs you that you either need to use "only PBA pellets", or that you can fire any and all brands of pellet's out on the market. Once you start using ammo not designed for that weapon, your going to affect the accuracy by scaring the barrel or leaving lead deposit inside the barrel. Once that deposit is in there your going to have to remove it by using a solvent and a brass brush, which in turn is going to scar the barrel and affect the accuracy of your weapon.
Same goes for the scope. READ THOSE MANUALS...