Gamo Bone Collector Bull Whisper .177 Caliber Pellet Gun

Gamo Bone Collector Bull Whisper .177 Caliber Pellet Gun - Dick's Sporting Goods
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With a unique green composite stock and grey rubber grips, the Gamo® Bone Collector Bull Whisper .177 Caliber BB Gun is ready to take down small game and large pests. This gun was designed in conjunction with two stars of the Bone Collector TV show and features a Bull Whisper noise and muzzle blast reducer integrated into the barrel. IGT technology will propel .177 PBA pellets up to 1300 fps downrange.

  • Designed with Michale Waddell and Travis "T Bone" Turner
  • Single shot, break barrel cocking system with Inert Gas Technology (IGT)
  • IGT allows shooting pellet ammunition with a pneumatic inert gas cylinder
  • All weather molded synthetic stock with rubber grips
  • Fluted polymer jacketed steel barrel construction
  • Bull Whisper noise dampener on barrel for noise reduction
  • Automatic cocking safety system
  • Manual trigger safety
  • Two stand adjustable Smooth Action Trigger (SAT)
  • Twin cheek pads molded on each side for comfortable ambidextrous shooting
  • Dark grey rubber grip for comfort and stability
  • SWA recoil pad absorbs 74% of recoil action
  • Includes 4x32 air rifle scope with Gamo standard reticle
  • Raised rail scope ramp
  • Ammunition: Any .177 Pellet
  • .177 caliber
  • Shoots up to 1300 fps with PBA Platinum
  • Cocking Effort: 32 lbs.
  • Trigger Pull: 3.74 lbs
  • Barrel Length: 19.2''
  • Total Length: 44.6''
  • Weight: 5.28 lbs.
  • Model: 61100671W54
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NOTICE: We recommend the use of protective eyewear whenever using or near the use of this item.
Country of Origin: Spain
Web ID: 12714976

Customer Reviews:

Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 44 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Gamo Bone Collector is a great air rifle I just recently purchased this gun from Dick's (absolute best price!). After reading the complaints about the noise I decided to test it myself. It is not as quiet as the Gamo video leads you to believe. There is a distinct "crack" when discharged. However it is NOT as loud as a .22LR as some would have you believe. I place a sound meter 2 feet away and perpendicular to the muzzle. It measured -86db with a 7.56 gr. pellet. A .22LR measures -137db. Significant noise reduction for hunting but loud enough to alert neighbors if your shooting in the backyard. Excellent trigger, excellent accuracy for a hunter, mediocre scope. November 24, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Needs a better Scope Louder than I expected with Whisper in the name. Shoots well. I would have been happier to pay a little more and get a better scope. Sight through the scope is great but sighting in the scope is tough. My son and I shot 20 times or so and still didn't have the scope zeroed in. June 25, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Does not whisper. Very inaccurate. I've owned many air rifles, some with scopes, some without. I purchased this rifle because they claimed is was 50% quieter. The first time I shot it I was surprised at how loud it is. But, the more rounds I sent down range, the quieter it got....or I just got used to it. But it never got as quiet as I expected. Definitely not 50% quieter than a normal rifle with the same velocity. Almost 100 rounds later and it was still pretty darn loud. Zeroing in - This air rifle has no open sites so you have to use a scope. I chose to use the one that came with it. I set up my shooting bench and cradled the air rifle on it. I set the target up exactly 30 yards from the end of the barrel. I aimed for the bull and the first shot went high and right, about 7 inches from center. I made no corrections to the scope to get an idea how it would group and sent another round down range. That shot was about 7 inches low and left - 14 inches from the first shot!! The 3rd shot was low and right. This gun was all over the place. I started trying to make adjustments to the scope and sent a total of 50 rounds down range at 30 yards. The grouping was terrible. I moved my bench 20 yards from the target and sent another 30 rounds down range. The best group I could get was about 7 inches at 20 yards. This is the most inaccurate air rifle I have ever owned. I took it back to Dick's. October 13, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by alot of money and not pleased Nice looking gun but that's it! The first one I had to take back it kept jamming up in the trigger sometimes it would shoot and sometimes it wouldn't . After the tenth shot it wouldn't do anything . The second one it was never a accurate shot always all over the place and the pin on the cocking arm came out half way . It's up to you . A lot of money in headaches !!! September 10, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Nice air rifle This is a nice airrifle (scoped). They claim it can do 1300 fps with the plantinum rounds, but reading more about air rifles, I have yet to run into a break barrel what can do even 1000 fps, let alone 1300. Most rifles what can produce that kind of velocity are competitive air rifles with a gas chamber. The platinum rounds, which they say to use to achieve 1300 fps (50 come with the rifle) are very inaccurate and in my opinion useless. These rounds do not hit the target (5") at 50 yards. I recomend to use hunting rounds when sighting the scope at 20/25 yrds. All in all a nice air rifle for the price, especially when you use hunting rounds, makes very nice and tight groupings. If you want to kill small game, you will have to get close ~ 25 yrds. When you want to let kids use it, I recommend to stay with them, not only for safety, but also that most likely they won't be able to charge the rifle (need a bit of muscle), which in itself makes a nice safety feature. Speaking of which, the trigger has a manual safety build in as well. July 16, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Rating gun only After a bad experience with a Gamo Whisper I went back and swapped for the Bone Collector edition. It came with a Gamo scope, but I chose to not use it and put an old Golden Antler 4x12x40 I had on one of my deer rifles. I used the rings from Gamo because you pretty much have too. Within 5 shots o was shooting a 1 inch group at 30 yds. I even took a few clothes pins off the clothes line with it. (Something I used to do with my crossman many year ago as a kid.) Great gun just upgrade your optics and you will have a lot of enjoyment. Also, don't let the suppressor fool you. As loud as a .22. January 9, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Powerful- This gun is loud because it breaks the sound barrier, I shot the high speed platinum pellets and it penetrated a plastic highway barrel, both sides went right through it like swiss cheese, very surprised. I shot clean through a 1/2 inch piece of plywood and penetrated another. The high speed rounds really aren't that bad as accuracy, just buy heavier grain ammo and accuracy dramatically increases. I hit a sign 100 yards away about 12 inches big without site-ing gun, with high speed rounds. I would recommend it for sure, this thing is lethal- December 3, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Silencer? Use it for target practice - just to keep up the practice of squeezing the trigger. Trigger is OK. As powerful as expected. Looks nice. Not sure what the big thing on the end of the barrel is for - its just as loud as any other break barrel air gun - too loud for the neighborhood. Scope is pretty cheap. September 9, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great first pellet gun!! Great product but not as quiet as I expected. Whisper is not a word I would use. Accurate and well made. November 18, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Overall nice gun Plenty of power,scope not the greatest but ok at closer range..Fast shipping August 2, 2014
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