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Gamo Raptor Whisper IGT SAT

Available in .22, .177, IGT Gas Piston, Includes SAT Trigger
Only $149.99
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  • Code: AGD-39977637 · $149.99 · .22 · 975 fps
Estimated in stock date is 10-26-20
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The Gamo Raptor Whisper air rifle is full of features that add up to an awesome hunting, target shooting and plinking gun. The Whisper Technology makes this gun really quiet, and you'll appreciate the reduced recoil thanks to the buttpad equipped with the Shock Wave Absorber (SWA). The single shot Raptor Whisper delivers all-weather durability and is a great choice for small game hunting, target shooting and dispatching pests. The Raptor Whisper incorporates Inert Gas Technology (IGT) into the powerplant by using an inert gas cylinder. You get smoother cocking and shooting, no spring torque, no spring fatigue, no issues shooting in cold weather, and a much longer life than a traditional spring.

Gamo Raptor Whisper IGT SAT Air Rifle Features
  • IGT gas piston (IGT=Inert Gas Technology)
  • Breakbarrel
  • Single-shot
  • 11mm optics dovetail
  • No open sights
  • Whisper noise dampener reduces noise by 52%
  • Rifled steel barrel with fluted polymer jacket
  • All-weather synthetic stock with black rubber inserts
  • Dual raised cheekpieces (ambidextrous)
  • Textured pistol grip and forearm
  • Shock Wave Absorber (SWA) recoil pad absorbs up to 74% more recoil
  • Manual safety
  • 2-stage adjustable Smooth Action Trigger (SAT)
  • Shock Wave Absorber (SWA) recoil pad absorbs up to 74% more recoil
  • Includes 4x32 scope & mount

Benefits of the IGT over a metal mainspring
  • Smoother cocking
  • Smoother shooting
  • No spring torque
  • No spring fatigue, even if you leave it cocked for hours
  • Functions perfectly in cold weather
  • Lasts longer than a metal spring
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  • ManufacturerGamo
  • Caliber.22
  • Velocity975 fps
  • ConditionNew
  • Ammo TypePellets
  • ActionBreak barrel
  • Barrel StyleRifled
  • Fire ModeSingle-shot
  • Gun Weight5.64
  • Overall Length44.50
  • Barrel Length19.10
  • Loudness3-Medium
  • Magazine Capacity1
  • MechanismGas-piston
  • RailYes
  • SafetyManual
  • Front Sightsnone
  • Rear Sightsnone
  • Shots per Fill0
  • Trigger Adjustability0
  • Trigger Action0
  • UseSmall game hunting/plinking
  • Warranty1-year limited warranty
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By HalJune 2, 2019

As others have already stated, the scope is trash. That being said, any good scope won't help with the accuracy. It doesn't exist, just like Gamo customer service. You won't find any negative customer reviews on Gamo's web site either. They won't publish them. Buy anything but a Gamo. You'll be glad you did.

not quiet, not accurate.

By PaulDecember 17, 2017

This is the third spring piston airgun I have owned, and the conclusion is that these guns are not designed for scope mounting. The impact recoil of the spring hitting the end of the cylinder is too much for the scope mounts to handle. I have spent literally hundreds of dollars on mounts and rings trying to solve this problem. I bought class five stainless set screws only to have the scope walk and bend them in half. I have tripled up the mount rings, I have tried 4 screw base mounts, in the end they all walk. I went as far as to have the scope mounts welded to the gun and this cause the scope to actually bend the mounting rings backwards. I finally mounted open sights to the gun and problem solved. I was way more acculturate with my Crosman 760 as a kid. Don't buy any of these rifles in you are wanting to mount a scope. Go with pump or CO2.

Price, decent power

Not that quiet nor accurate. Cannot keep scope from walking. Too much recoil

By WillieNovember 15, 2017

When I first got this rifle I couldn't get a solid group with scope that came with it. After slapping on another scope it worked alright and the new scope didn't stay on very long after about 10 shots it would drift. Put the stock scope back on it and tightened it down as hard as I could to find out the top rings were loose to begin with. Now I'm hitting groups at 25 yards within a inch spread. Also spend a little extra on pellets the cheap daisy pellets aren't worth it. They are loose in the chamber and just generally are not worth it. I use gamo red fire and I paid 10 bucks for 125 pack. Now I'm hitting headshots on every raccoon and beaver I come across with a clean kill shot. BUY THIS RIFLE IF YOU HAVEN'T YET!

Comes with accurate scope. Very quite, I can shoot in my backyard without disturbing nieghbors.

It's not really a con but you have to be careful with this gun. It'll shoot straight through your wood fence. I have a field behind my house so I don't mind putting up paper on my fence to sight it in. Little rubber things in the stock could possibly fall out. Mine haven't but I noticed they're a little loose. It's nothing if you lose one.

By James J.July 18, 2017

This gun is capable of everything that I am but the scope is junk. Review after review will tell you the same thing. Do not think that you will be immune to the junk scope because it is junk. After 100 Rds. the scope will no longer hold zero. After 5 or 6 super impressive shots you are suddenly 2 inches off target. Why 5 stars then for the gun? Even with the cost of a new scope figured in this gun is a very impressive shooter for the price. At 15 Yds. I am able to shoot the tacks off that hold my target on and the strings that hold up the hanging targets.(I get bored punching paper) I have this chambered in .22 and I have put on a UTG hunter 3X 9 scope. I am shooting 2" groups at 60 Yds. and don't have the gun fully broken in yet. I have about three hundred rounds through it and could not be more satisfied with it's performance.

Highly accurate and fairly quiet. Easy to pump and comortable to shoot

Scope is worthless

By LuisSeptember 21, 2016

So far I'm happy with my rifle. It's quiet to shoot which is great since I have neighbors on both sides I won't disturb with my backyard plinking. I previously bought a Kodiak dual caliber from my local Walmart but I took it back because it was just too loud. The noise suppression of this Gamo is nothing short of amazing! Using Crossman lead 14.3 grain pellets I got a three shot average of 747 fps using my F1 chrony. Good enough for shooting cans and paper targets since I don't hunt with it. The scope was on target when I put it on but the zero didn't last long. After a few shots I had to re zero it which was disappointing. I plant to upgrade the scope later but the scope it came with should stay true since the recoil is not that strong.

Quiet, powerful, great price, accurate.

Scope zeroing did not last long.

By AnthonyUSAMay 10, 2016

I have the .22 version of this Gamo. I've shot about 100 pellets with it. It seems very accurate out of the box. It has good balance and feel in my hands. I was surprised at the quality of the scope, which is very nice. The scope optics are clear, and it's easy to adjust, keeping in mind it is a bundled scope and not of the quality of those costing a lot more. Cocking has got to be in the 30-35 pounds range, and it is very firm immediately after taping the barrel all the way until full stroke. I hope it lightens after several hundred shots. The one thing that bothers me a bit is that when approaching full stroke in cocking, the mechanism rubs on the fore stock. I'm not willing to trim it yet because if I have to return the gun for other reasons (very doubtful), it will look like I altered it in some way. Right now, I can live with it. It has a great trigger, also nice out of the box. It's very powerful, and has a kick to it. All in all, a very nice rifle.

Good looking gun, powerful, good scope, nice trigger, about 7 pounds +, quality rifle overall, good price.

Mechanism rubs on stock at full stroke; very firm cocking, probably 30 pounds or so.

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How many decibels with lead pellets? What weight pellets and location in relation to the gun when it was measured. Sound Meter app shows the max db. I am looking for shooting iguanas in the backyard and don't want to bother the neighbors.

asked Florin from USA
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