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Gamo Swarm Maxxim 10X GEN 2

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The Gamo Swarm Maxxim 10X GEN 2 gives you an efficient and light repeater with key upgrades over the older model that won't break the bank. With speeds (using alloy pellets) up to 1300 fps in .177 and 1000 fps in .22, you get a breakbarrel air rifle that's great for pesting, small game hunting, or plinking.

The improved 10X GEN 2 Quick-Shot magazine attaches to the stock in a horizontal position and lays flat against the gun's body, so you get a compact profile for easy aiming and shooting. Plus, the grip features space for an extra magazine when the bottom cover is removed, and the Shock Wave Absorber buttpad means you'll feel over 74% less recoil.

The air rifle has a 2 stage CAT trigger that lets you adjust both stages for travel independently to get the break you want. It's also powered by an IGT inert gas piston, which gives you the advantages of less vibration, improved cold weather performance, smoother and quieter cocking and shooting, longer life due to the lack of spring fatigue, and the ability to leave it cocked for longer.

The stock is made of all weather nylon filled with automotive grade glass, and it has a textured rubber forearm and grip so your hold doesn't slip. So that you get quiet shots, this airgun uses Whisper Maxxim noise suppression technology and a jacketed polymer barrel.

To give you a combo with everything you need for accurate shooting, Gamo included a 3-9x40 scope that's waterproof, fogproof, and shockproof, and a mount. The 11mm dovetail also features Recoil Reducing Rail technology to keep your optics working for longer by almost completely canceling out recoil for scopes.

If you want an affordable repeating breakbarrel air rifle with upgraded features that gives you fast follow up shots, get a Gamo Swarm Maxxim 10X GEN 2 now at Airgun Depot.



Gamo Swarm Maxxim 10X GEN 2 Features:

  • Breakbarrel
  • Repeater
  • Max velocity*: 1300 fps (.177), 1000 fps (.22)
  • IGT Inert Gas Technology gas piston
  • Automotive grade glass filled nylon all weather stock
  • Horizontal magazine orientation
  • 2 stage independently adjustable Custom Action Trigger
  • Whisper Maxxim sound suppression system
  • Textured grip with magazine storage inside
  • Textured forearm
  • 11mm dovetail Recoil Reducing Rail
  • Shock Wave Absorber recoil pad
  • Length of pull: 14.4"
  • Barrel length: 19.9"
  • Overall length: 45.3"
  • Weight: 5.64 lbs.
  • 3 year warranty

*Max velocity with alloy pellets.

Scope Features:

  • 3-9x magnification
  • 40mm objective lens
  • 1" tube
  • 40' to 12' field of view
  • 3.5" eye relief
  • 30/30 reticle with fine crosshairs to facilitate target acquisition
  • Fogproof
  • Shockproof
  • Waterproof
  • 21.6 oz
  • 13.5" long
  • Includes lens caps
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Specs
  • ManufacturerGamo
  • Caliber .177
  • Velocity 1300 fps
  • Condition New
  • Ammo Type Pellets
  • Action Break barrel
  • Barrel Style Rifled
  • Fire Mode Repeater
  • Gun Weight 5.65
  • Overall Length 45.30
  • Barrel Length 19.90
  • Loudness 3-Medium
  • Magazine Capacity 10
  • Mechanism Gas-piston
  • Rail 11mm dovetail
  • Safety Manual
  • Front Sights none
  • Rear Sights none
  • Shots per Fill 0
  • Trigger Adjustability Two-stage adjustable
  • Trigger Action 0
  • Use Small game hunting/plinking
  • Warranty 3-year limited warranty
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Reviews
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4.514 Reviews
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1.0
By toddApril 11, 2022

no customer service at all gave me a fake email address

Pros
no pros here

Cons
gun doesn't load right either crushes the pellet or they just fall out,

5.0
By Earle March 29, 2022

Wish I had bought this one sooner

Pros
I have the .177 cal which is powerful Yet quiet. I had a squirrel problem to the point they gained access into our home. Thanks to this rifle I no longer have that issue, and the neighbors never complained

Cons
None

5.0
By BernardUSAOctober 24, 2021 Verified Purchase

It's wise to try all different pellets to see which one your gun likes. Work on your hold, trigger pull and follow through to give you better accuracy. Clean your barrel, a bit hard with this gun but there is some online videos that will help you.

Pros
Nice smooth operation, the pellets feed without a problem. The gun is very accurate with the right pellet. I'm finding the .22 cal Polymag short seems to work the best in my airgun. Each gun barrel may like others. The trigger is great.

Cons
It would be nice if Gamo would have sent two mags.

4.0
By adnanSeptember 1, 2021

Pros
hits really hard, clean kills on adult speckled pigeons from 50/60 yards 50 yards . scope is a good fit but can be upgraded for longer range shots.

Cons
magazine needs to be easier to refill, or more like having a 20 round Mag also having an extra mag as it has a slot on the gun but its empty.

5.0
By JamesUSAJune 18, 2021 Verified Purchase

Pros
This gun hits hard, it makes clean kills on small varmints & rodents.

Cons
None so far.

5.0
By DonaldUSAMay 28, 2021

I forgot the photo

Pros
I bought my Gamo Swam Gen2 Maxxim .177 10X yesterday morning. It was my intention to spend the afternoon sighting in the scope and having fun shooting my paper targets. Fun? Four shots and my scope was sighted in. Fun? After sighting in the scope, I put up a new target with plans of spending the afternoon shooting my new rifle. Take a look at the target after the first six shots were fired. I am 70-years-old, how do you have fun with a rifle that hits the bull’s eye every single time the trigger is pulled from 20 yards away?

Cons
Nothing

5.0
By GeraldUSAApril 3, 2021 Verified Purchase

Pros
All around great rifle! Hits hard, accurate!! The fact that you don’t have to reload after every shot is a plus!!! Waiting for the Magnum to get restocked!!

Cons
None

4.0
By DavidFebruary 28, 2021 Verified Purchase

I mounted the scope, set up a zeroing target and within 5 shots had the scope zeroed. Have cleanly hit 5 birds since opening box 3 days ago, out of 7 shots. Accurate for intended capabilites of .22 caliber and small varmints & rodents. Lotsa fun...

Pros
Price, accuracy, ease to break action, 10 shot magazine

Cons
The 3-9x scope is CRAP. Sharp edges around all stock cutouts, LOP is too long.

4.0
By garyUSAFebruary 18, 2021 Verified Purchase

I use my pellet rifles for rodent clearing... its powerful enough to 65 yards and accurate...

Pros
Shoots Great , magazine easy to load, Scope mounts easy , dialed with 4 shots, Lite and comfortable I have a gen1 swarm maxim as well but the loader malfunctioned, been waiting a month for the warranty replacement loader. except for the cons mentioned the Swarm Maxim Gen2 is very very nice pellet rifle...

Cons
sharp corners on the stock in front, trigger housing sharp corners as well, I guess a little sand paper will solve that.. been nice if they supplies two magazines instead of one...

4.0
By JasonUSAFebruary 16, 2021

Great rifle for the price! In .22 it packs a heck of a punch, is uber accurate and I am completely happy with my purchase. I was considering the Fusion Swarm version for the different stock and open sights, but for the price - this had it.. Watch videos and find out who has used what brand pellets, how it shot, also realize it gets better after a hundred or so down it.. Within the first 30 rds I was grouping in a dime at 30 yds (Gamo Red Fire) - Gamo PBA jammed a few times and didn't always load (not giving up yet, it shot great when it flew).. 1. Watch vids and make sure this is for you - the Gen2 10 pellet loader is nice, but not perfect.. 2. Buy the rifle and a few different pellet brands, don't go cheap.. I found a 15-16gr pellet to be best for me for accuracy. 3. Watch how to deal with jams, double load potentials, and how to deal with it - videos online are wonderful...

Pros
I was surprised by the light weight, how durable it looked out of the box, and overall look and feel. This is my first adult air rifle since my old Pumpmaster 760 when I was a kid (20+ years ago). I knew Gamo had been around but had not had the chance to shoot one but had watched plenty of videos online. I wanted the 30lb pull - especially after a day of shooting, I was very happy that this was not a Magnum. I think the trade-off in my case for the lighter cocking pull vs. the extra couple hundred FPS was the best call. This also keeps my .22 ammo sub-sonic which was a second factor (noise). This has a slight crack on a dry fire (to be expected), this dropped depending on the pellet I shot and I think I heard more from the action of the rifle while shooting than someone at a distance. The scope is adequate - a parallax adjustment would be awesome, it's a must as there are no open sites. Gamo rail is nice too! It packs a punch, I can punch a dime hole at 30 yds. 50-80 were spot on!

Cons
- It's a inexpensive scope (but works great) - parallax adjustment please. - Availability of the .22 Gen2 Magazines at the time of this review is poor, using only the one in the package. Make sure you get the ones for GEN2, white background/green numbers and not the first gen with a red(wine) background/white numbers. - Loading some pellets is a problem or can cause dry fires or jams - solution is to search the web and find ones that work then try.. - Double loading of pellets - if a pellet is loaded and the gun is charged, the rifle can be cocked a second time which tries to load the second pellet into the back of the first (already loaded).

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Where do I find the serial number

asked Frederick & Stephanie from USA

DO I NEED TO GET EXTRA AIR PISTONS FOR THE GAMO SWARM MAXXIM ?

asked MIKE from USA

How difficult to mount the scope

asked Phantom from USA

Its pretty easy, I even did it. take your time and you tube as others have said

Frederick & Stephanie from USA

Is this a green band gun? picture has green band in one pic and red in another....thank you.

asked Leroy from USA

xes tu mieux en .22 0u en .177

asked steven from Canada

qu elle est la meilleur palette pour la chasse pour ce model

asked steven from Canada

Can this Gun use this Magazin Gamo Swarm Magazine Available in .177, .22

asked BINH from USA

How many pounds to cock the barrel?

asked Malcolm K from USA

What is the diameter of the scope mounts?

asked Zak from USA

Does the Moderator at the barrels end unscrew? It appears to be seperate.

asked Henry from USA

I got a swarm 10 gen 2 and bought a cheap laser scope sighter to site in the scope but the barrel insert is not long enough due to the muzzle...is there a different option?

asked Don from USA

I would like to add iron sights to my Gamo swarm 22 caliber Maxxim Gen2 can anyone help with how to and what sights to use

asked Slick from USA

I am also curious about how to do this.

Reagan from USA

is it possible to ship here in the Philippines? Is it free to shipping fees?

asked Miguel from Philippines

pouquoi on paye les frais de douanne ces pas ecrit sur la facture veiller l ecrire a l avenir sur la facture donc pas de surprise a la livraison mercie

steven from Canada

Were can I find magazine for it????

asked Max from USA

Got mine on Gamo's website .

Stanley from USA

How well do the H&N Slug HP, .218 Cal., 21 Grains, Hollowpoint perform through this gun?

asked zachory from USA

What's the return policy ?

asked Atif from USA

How many pounds of effort to cock action?

asked Jerome from USA

Closer to 50 pounds of effort .

Stanley from USA

30 pounds

Jeff from USA

I'll to. Buy a magazine for gamo swarm maxxim gen 2 22. Can't find any. Can you please send me a link. Thank you

asked Max from USA

How difficult is it to mount the scope? I am not tech savvy. That is the only thing keeping me from purchasing. All scopes I have have been pre-mounted. Thanks

asked Phantom from USA

pretty simple even for me

Frederick & Stephanie from USA

You tube it, that's what I did

Don from USA

It's not hard..you can do it..just take your time

Max from USA

This is not a Picatinny rail?

asked Dale from USA

11mm dovetail Recoil Reducing Rail

Roger from USA

what poundage is the brake action.

asked Barton from USA

The break on the barrel takes 30 pounds to cock it. And the clip when u load it make sure it is lined up if a pellet is in a little off it does throw the clip off a little

Jeff from USA
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