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Gamo Tomahawk .177 Cal, 7.8 gr - 750 ct

Gamo Tomahawk .177 Cal, 7.8 gr - 750 ct

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  • Code: 6322544CP54 · 0.177 cal · 7.8 gr · 750 ct
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Gamo is the leading producer of precision lead ammunition for air rifles. The New Pointed Hollow Point has been specifically designed to give maximum shock and expansion while having the accuracy of a Match pellet. The PHP forms a perfect “mushroom” shape that will flatten out on impact, distributing all of it’s energy into the target at short range.
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Specs
  • ManufacturerGamo
  • Caliber0.177 cal
  • ConditionNew
  • Ammo TypePellets
  • Ammo Weight7.8 gr
  • Pellet ShapeHollowpoint
  • Pellet Quantity750
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Summary
Gamo Tomahawk .177 Cal, 7.8 gr - 750 ct   $8.99
4.3
21 Reviews
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62% Recommend this product (13 of 21 responses)
By Al
Ct
August 7, 2017
Gamo tomahawk
These are great pellets for the my hornet. The hornet really loves these pellets out of all the pellets I tried these are the most accurate. It is a great pellet for squirrels.
ProsAll the pellets are in good shape no deformed skirts
ConsThe see thru plastic top will some times come loose from the band
By Andrew
Kentucky
November 15, 2015
Tried these in my Gamo Hornet
They were great for barrel break-in, but that was about it. They did hit hard but the accuracy was a major issue.
ProsLots of ammo for a little money
ConsJust would not perform in my rifle.
By Jaren
Utah
September 8, 2015
Great little pellet
These pellets hit hard for , 177 and do do quite some damage. I would highly reccomended trying them. They are a cheap and effective pellet.
By Dan
South Haven, MI
September 7, 2015
Great pellets
Great pellets and can't beat the price.
By Mike
Ny
July 14, 2015
Most destructive out there
I've tried tons of different hollow points, but these are easily the most effective pellets I've ever used. Any headshots I've gotten leave barely anything left but maybe an eye hanging, and I've blown out quarter sized cavities with body shots in small game
ProsTotal destruction and no accuracy issues out of my 30+ year old Diana Mod 48
ConsHaven't found any yet
By Denny
Golden Valley AZ
June 2, 2015
Great Accuracy and Price!!!
I Love these Gamo Tomahawk Pellets!!! GREAT CONSISTANT GROUPS and Goes Through 7/16 Chip Board and 5 gallon buckets doubled up inside each other at 25 YDS!!!! Best Pellet for my 2 Gamo .177 Bone Collectors Bull Whisper Refurbished Air Rifles I bought from AGD!!!
ProsPenetration and Accuracy with Tight Groups at 25 & 50 YDS with same ZERO at 25 YDS!!!!!!!!!!!
ConsNONE as these are the best Pellet for Me for the Price for 750 RDS for ENDLESS Shooting!!!!!!!!!!!!!
By James
middletown, MO
June 12, 2014
Not what was hoped for
Based on reading here and elsewhere I bought these pellets to go with my Gamo Bull Whisper BC as raters said they were getting the best accuracy with these. Otherwise I'd have left the gimmicky silly pointed HP things alone. They just don't deliver as expected getting 2 1/4 inch groups at 25 yards. these were the first pellets tried and zeroed with them and fired 2 or 3 hundred to give a little break in before my real accuracy testing. There are several that group far better and four (check my other reviews) that give sub one inch.
Prosa lot in the tin decent pricing, seem to load and chamber consistently, good pricing large quantity in tin. They do seem to work OK on large rodents plaguing my garden.
Conspoor accuracy, sloppy lidded screw tin with weak plastic center on lid
By lorin
fort walton beach, florida
January 28, 2014
Good price for qty.
Fairly good accuracy. Great amount for the price.
By michael
tallahassee, FL
January 10, 2014
tomahawk
this is a good economy priced pellet . uniformity is not very consistent but 750 pellets for 8 bucks you can expect that. pick out the bad ones. they are a good break-in pellet for a new gun considering most low end air guns have to be fired 150 to 200 times before they settle down and also you getting used to firing it. they mushroom well upon impact and group pretty well out to 50 feet.
Prosdecent pellet for the price
Consinconsistent quality control
By John
Red Creek, New York
November 20, 2013
Good accuracy and Hard hitting.
I have tried several types of pellets through my Ruger Air Magnum pellet gun. So far the Gamo Tomahawk .177 cal. is the most accurate, I literally shot dime size groups at 20 yards with a pursuit 3-9x40mm scope. I did have a few fliers but that is to be expected with any batch made ammo. These pellets hit fairly hard too. I shot with complete pass through, 1" pine boards at 15 yards. I also shot some .22 rim fire targets with these and was able to make them move quite a bit. The pellet expands considerably when it hits hard objects such as bone. I successfully harvested a couple of squirrels with this combination gun and ammo, although I had complete pass through at 15 yards and was not able to locate the pellet I can assure you from the wound channel that these pellets did exactly what they are designed to do. I have had out of 1500 pellets about 10 that wouldn't load into the chamber due to the skirt being a little deformed.
ProsGood to Exceptional accuracy, Hard hitting, Great Buy at the $7.99 tag.
ConsNONE that I can find.
By Ian
Haddonfield, NJ
January 15, 2013
Mixed results with my Gamo Big Cat
Compared to other Gamo pellets, the tolerances in these pellets seem to be quite loose. I would say about 10% of them fit loosely in the barrel, most are a tight fit of varying degrees. I even found some that fell all the way through. Thankfully I noticed and didn't dry fire. When they fit well, they are good. I just throw away the ones that are loose. There are other better Gamo pellets out there (red fire, for one are excellent).
ProsAccurate when fit tightly in the barrel.
ConsToo many poor fitting pellets.
By Furman
Rutherfordton, NC
January 11, 2013
First pellets ever used
These seem to be fairly consistent, when looking at them in your hand. I have only seen a few with manufacturing flaws. They are fairly accurate at 30 yards ( - 1.5").
By Nathan
San Diego, CA
November 1, 2012
Accurate
Do what they advertise, mushroom on impact.
ProsMushroom effect
Consnothing
By Max smith
Dallas Texas
April 8, 2012
Amazing pellet
I love this pellet! It is amazing I take grackles for pest control along with squirrels and rabbits that eat my garden. If you put them in the right place they will take out any thing.the upper body and head will almost always end it with no suffering.
ProsEverything How it will take out thicker skinned animals and thin skinned animals
ConsNothing
By Andrew
Henderson, NV
January 7, 2012
Great for all uses
I love these pellets especially for the price, but mostly because you can use them for a variety of things like: hunting, plinking, and target shooting. They are great and I have always used them in all of my air rifles
ProsThey are good for hunting Accurate
By SEN9LIBRAA
August 21, 2009
Damaging pellet
at first i didn't like these little guys but i kept shooting and the more i shot the better my groupings got, the burrs on the side were troublesome but they add to the POA mines did very well in a kl-3b took many sparrows- startlings-chimpmunks all one shot kills,pellets really dig into prey something awful. All the birds i shot were head shots and the pellet took out most there headmatter which was all over the ground or tree buy these pellets for pest control and you won't go wrong.
By Greg
September 13, 2008
100 yd. kill
Must agree you must shave a lil extra lead off the end. Shot these from my Crosman Storm that I've outfitted with a diff scope, cracked a squirrel at 100 yds, bout 30 ft. up. Took it a few to die but dropped none the less. Good pellet.
By Ralph
June 27, 2008
nice pellets
nice pellets for a rifle but not for a crosman 1088 pistol. maybe only 2 out of 8 pellets actually fire from it. havent had a problem with them yet with the rifle tho. pretty good range
By Scotty
June 15, 2008
Made Cheap take the burs off the back side
I Shot these rounds with my Ruger Air Hawk, and my Crosman Quest 1000x .177 cal. Found them to be good up to 50 yards, and then some, tumble and hit the target side ways, at 10yards they do go through a 1/4 inch peice of ply. wood. close range hunting or plunking they're ok. but like i said Made Cheap, take the burs off the back side. and they do just fine
By mrk396ss
November 30, -0001
Good quality at a good price
I tried this pellet in my new Crossman Venom Dusk. I was able to make 15 shot groups that averaged 3/4 inch at 20 yds.
By Marc
November 30, -0001
Great performer
Short version: these pellets performed very well on the range. I did a controlled test of these pellets along with several others over the weekend. The rifle was a Crossman Storm XT air rifle with a RWS 3-9X44 Night Pro Air Rifle Scope with Illuminated Reticle, both available on this site. It is rated at 1000 fps - which I haven't verified. The rifle was rested on sandbags under the handgrip and stock, with nothing touching the barrel. With a break barrel, obviously I had to reset and aim the rifle for each shot. The weather was 60 degrees, 50% humidity, no wind. In short, these pellets performed much better than any other. They were the best performer of the 10 pellets I shot at 13 yards, 25 yards, and 50 yards. The most reliable data was at 13 yards - everything else was similar, but the groups got larger in pretty much a linear way (as you would expect from a light pellet). In general, doubling the distance increased CEP by double - except for the Gamo Rocket which performed the same at 25 yards, and only about 20% larger CEP at 50 yards. The Hypermax extreme missed a 10" target entirely 50% of the time at 50 yards. Best performer - Gamo Rocket. I ranked them in order of the Circular Error Probable- that is, the circle in which 50% of the pellets hit. I also listed the maximum miss distance of each pellet. In order: 1 - Gamo Rocket 2- RWS Meisterkugeln Pellet Professional Line 3 - Gamo Tomahawk 4 - Gamo Red Fire 5 - Gamo Match 6 - Avanti Diable Match 7 - Gamo Hunter 8 - Gamo Magnum 9 - Gamo Masterpoint 10 - Hypermax Extreme Results are below: Pellet | CEP (50% Of pellets) | max. dispersion 1 .25" .5" 2 .27" .75" 3 .28" .75" 4 .35" .80" 5 .40" 4" 6 .45" 3" 7 .45" 4" 8 .50 2" 9 .60 3" 10 1.125" 2.75"
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