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Gamo Swarm Whisper

Available in .22, .177, Multi-Shot Break Barrel w/ Sound-Dampening
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  • Code: AGD-47919549 · $179.99 · .22 · 975 fps
Estimated in stock date is 11-08-20
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This is the ultimate budget-friendly, plinker, pest-control air rifle available. Utilizing Gamo's Whisper sound-dampening technology, IGT gas piston power plant and 10X Quick-Shot System, the Swarm Whisper break-barrel air rifle delivers consistent shots after shots, while at the same time being quiet enough to discretely use in your backyard. Gamo's Swarm Whisper gas piston air rifle offers plenty of value in a less than $200 package that's ready to hit the range, bag nuisance animals or harvest small game right out of the box.

Gamo Swarm Whisper Features:
  • Break barrel
  • IGT gas piston power plant
  • Automotive-grade, glass-filled nylon, all-weather stock
  • 10-shot repeater
  • Patented polymer jacketed steel barrel
  • 2-stage adjustable Smooth Action Trigger (SAT)
  • Whisper sound-dampening technology
  • 10X Quick Shot System
  • Manual safety
  • Gamo Standard Trigger
  • Gamo scope rail
  • 4x32 scope included
  • Rubber recoil pad
  • 1300 FPS (.177), 975 FPS (.22)
  • 1-year limited warranty
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  • ManufacturerGamo
  • Caliber.22
  • Velocity975 fps
  • ConditionNew
  • Ammo TypePellets
  • ActionBreak barrel
  • Barrel StyleRifled
  • Fire ModeRepeater
  • Gun Weight5.43
  • Overall Length44.50
  • Barrel Length19.10
  • Loudness3-Medium
  • Magazine Capacity10
  • MechanismGas-piston
  • Rail11mm dovetail
  • 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 AndrewMay 1, 2020

We got this locally a few months back. This is the first higher powered air rifle we've owned and got it mostly for yard varmints in town. It is no louder than a ten pump with a 600fps-ish speed in .177. The higher velocity .22 will go through a 5/8 inch particle board with no problem at about a hundred feet. It's a bit hard for my wife to cock, but is fine for me. Seems accurate enough for small game at a hundred feet, but haven't used it farther out. The varmints must've been watching. Haven't seen any since I bought it.

Powerful. Quiet.

Scope is very high, you need a cheek pad.

By EdwardUSAMarch 14, 2020

I have had both this gun, and the Swarm Maxxim.... the Maxxim was the worst of them all! I returned it, and kept this one. In my experience the quality or Gamo is hit and miss..... it took three of these guns before I got one that was "right"......and that was the Whisper. The three star review is mainly due to the crappy guns I received, and having to return them. IF you happen to be lucky enough to get "a good one", you will be impressed. However, I'm assuming that only 1 out of every 3-4 guns will be a "good one" based on my experience, you will be thrilled. At this point, I am strongly considering just stepping up to the SIG ASP 20, and skipping any more "cheap" guns. I have made a couple of mods that have improved the gun..... 1. Fabricated an adjustable kydex cheek piece/comb I can actually get my cheek bone on the stock to shoot. 2. Filled the hollow stock with expanding foam...... surprisingly is quiets the gun even more than it already is.

In my experience Quality is hit and miss with Gamo guns, but when you get a "good one" is a GOOD ONE!

I went through 3 of these guns before finding one that actually works well and holds up. I really liked the idea of the having the 10 shot mags, which is why I persisted. The first two guns got returned because the loading mechanisms failed, plus, one's barrel locking system froze closed, and I was unable to cock/break the barrel......... and they both had TERRIBLE fit and finish, and HORRIBLE accuracy, even after "break in" of 500+ round. The third one was a total 180! The fit and finish were noticeably WAY better than the first two, and after break in, it holds less than 1/2" groups (that's 10 shot groups) at 20 yrds. NOTE: this gun has both allen and torx head screws.....WHY??? Just pick one! The screws are also of VERY low quality..... when removing the butt pad, I stripped the heads of the torx screws....forcing me to replace them.

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can a 22 be fired from the 177?

asked anthony from USA


Mark from USA

one cock is enough for 10 shots?

asked ZheugJun from USA

No .It is a magazine fed single shot system. A cock per shot.

Mark from USA

how do recharge the gas

asked Rob from USA

The gas piston is a sealed unit. It is like the strut that holds up the hatch back on a car. It operates like the spring in an airgun. It should be good for 30,000 rounds at least.

Mark from USA

Can .177 be fired from the 22?

asked James from USA


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