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Gamo Whisper Pellet Gun

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Product Information:

The Gamo® Whisper® Pellet Gun will change the way you think about air rifle hunting. Packing an intense 1200 feet per second with PBA or 1000 fps with standard lead, this single shot pellet gun features a 39x40 standard reticle air rifle scope with a one piece solid mount. Features include an innovative, non-removable noise dampener and an all weather, molded, non-slip synthetic stock.
FEATURES:

  • Velocity: 1200 feet per second (fps) with PBA, 1000 fps with lead
  • Single shot
  • Break Barrel: Single cocking system, spring piston
  • Automatic cocking safety system
  • Manual trigger safety
  • Barrel: Fluted polymer bull barrel
  • Non-removable noise dampener (with up to 52% reduction)
  • Trigger: Second stage adjustable
  • Fiber optic front sight with sight guard
  • Fiber optic adjustable rear sight
  • Scope Ramp: Raised rail
  • Scope: 39x40 standard reticle air rifle scope with one piece solid mount
  • Weight: 5.28 lbs.
  • Length: 46.0''
  • Ammunition: Any .177 pellet
  • Caliber: .177
  • Trigger Pull: 3.74 lbs.
  • Cocking Effort: 30 lbs.
  • Barrel Length: 18 in.
  • Model: 611004954
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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: 3982154

Customer Reviews:

Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 59 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Stunning First let me address a couple of the negative comments from other owners of this gun. If you're shooting PBA, the gun is going to be MUCH louder. That's not the gun, that's physics. You're velocity is greater than speed of sound and what you hear is a mini sonic boom. Use straight lead if noise is an issue in your neighborhood. To the other reviewer who got one shot, if you only had the gun a month you should return it to the store not to Gamo. And having the send replacement parts, I can see their "push back" on that issue. They don't want amateurs taking the thing apart which would void the warranty anyway. I bought a "real" gun... a Ruger that would not go into battery reliably. Every manufacturer has the potential to put out a lemon. Don't write off a manufacturer just because the specific On to the review... let me first confess to my age... I'm a ripe old 53 years old looking to get some practice time in without the 25 minute drive to the range and $50 worth of ammo for my .223. I haven't shot a BB/pellet gun since I was perhaps 10 years old. This is not the gun I used some 40 years ago! My first shot was at a target I put on an industrial plastic trash can about 10 yards out. Of course the pellet went right through both sides of the trash can along with a fair amount of trash that was in the can! Live and learn. The "iron sites" on the gun were pretty close and I was jealous of the visibility. I have multi-thousand dollar guns that don't have sites that nice. Easy to see in all lighting conditions, easy to adjust, they're very, very nice. The scope went on easily and is of decent quality. Bright, clear, let's in a lot of light so it's quite usable even in low light situations. As other reviewers have said, it's no where near sighted in but that's no big deal and half the fun of getting a new rifle. Setting it up, dialing it in and making it "your" gun. When you buy a powder gun, you typically send 400-800 rounds down range just to break it in properly so running a 100 pellets through this thing is nothin'. Accuracy at 25 yards out is incredible. Very little drop at that distance but it is a smaller, slower round compared to say, a .308 so windage is more of a factor. It is a rifled barrel so you get a pretty good spin that really helps the accuracy of this bad boy. It appears to be well constructed, takes a bit of muscle when it comes to cocking the gun and the manual is 99% safety information and just a couple sentences on loading, cocking, cleaning, etc. Took me about 30 minutes just to figure out how to fire the darn thing. The Whisper looks great. Shoulders very comfortably, a bit of a heavy trigger but I see there's directions to customize that. Other than the heavy pull, the trigger feels great and is very predictable as to where the fire point is. No CO2 or batteries or kerosene or nuclear fuel rods to buy so as long as you have pellets, you're good to go. Nice feel, very light and easy to carry. Do get a cleaning kit and choose your pellet trap/targets wisely lest you punch holes right through the cheaper ones. So far not one negative in my review. Once I buy my Guilly suit there's going to be a few less "air rats" (Seagulls) on planet Earth! Highly recommend this firearm, teach your children well as this is powerful, dangerous piece of equipment. But so is nail gun, an electric drill or a chain saw. You wouldn't let your kids use any of those tools without proper education. March 12, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Backyard assasin I bought this because a woodchuck took residence under my shed and decided to ruin my garden. I zeroed the scope and took him out with a headshot from about 50 ft. It penetrated the skull and killed him almost instantly. The scope was a little bit of pain, but was accurate once it was zeroed out. October 16, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by excellent, and accurate okay, so far this gun is excellent. I have easily about 1,000 shots through the gun and am able to shoot groups the size of a quarter or smaller consistently at about 25 yards.(most groups are consistently less than .5"). Only had a problem with the scope moving until I put lock-tite on the mounting bolts, problem solved. The only things I may do are the charlie datuna trigger mod, and possibly the nitro piston upgrade...other than that, and those are only things I might prefer in the future..the gun is awesome. Its quiet enough to shoot even at night unless you're using PBA ammo. Definately would recommend this air rifle to anyone. December 25, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Squirrels Nightmare I love this rifle its accurate and hard hitting I gave it 4 stars just because of the trigger pull I think Gamo can and should do better. I picked up the Whisper to deal with the squirrels doing damage around the house without alerting the neighborhood and I'm here to tell ya they don't stand a chance. I tried a few different pellets and found Crosman premier hollow point work well for hunting with this rifle, they are consistently accurate and pack a nasty punch. October 9, 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by good little pellet gun The rifle was accurate with open sights right out of the box. Made a cuple of slight adjustments on rear sight (off a little to the left) and she hit "right on" with lead pellets. The scope is another story. Gamo would probably be better off just eliminating the scope. Mounting was difficult (the scope would not "square up" on the mounting base. The cross hares never got level with the tube. After several shots, I just discarded the scope and used open sights. I have a rat problem and this little baby will put an end to that. Got two the day I brought it home. Overall I like the rifle. Again I say "lose the scope" it's useless. The whisper feature is great. December 18, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by I like it...........but The weapon is a very nice piece of hardware. Accuracy right out of the box was extremely percise. But so far the scope is unacceptable. It takes a lot of turns to move the cross hairs and I still have not got it zeroed. I took it off and have been using the iron sights. This seems to be a consistent problem from my research. I would suggest looking at a scope purchase along with the rifle purchase, eventhough there is one included. I like the integrated silencer. July 30, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Squirrel Sniper After noticing squirrels spending time in our gutters it was clear it was time to thin them out. Living in suberbia and having a neighbor that pops his head over the fence if I fart in the backyard made a good case for something quiet. I bought the gamo .177 rocket and crossman destroyer pellets. With 50 of each run through the gun the gamo rocket pellets proved to shoot a tighter group. (1" group at 30 yards) Also after 100 rounds the noise dampener became more quiet. Removing the screen from the window over the kitchen sink gave me the stealth vantage point to start from. (yes, I might be a redneck) I confidently will get a clean head shot 80% of the time within 35 yards. Over the last two years we have 200+ fewer squirrels in our pecan trees. Quiet, effective and dependable! May 11, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Prep-N-Shoot Been around the web a million times researching this rifle and have seen some of the negative reviews out there. I don think they should stop you! Simply prep your rifle properly, select the right ammo for your needs, and fire away! Reviews that mention a issue of noise: -Check your ammo! The PBA ammo that comes with this rifle is a very light 5.4 grain pellet that goes supersonic and produces a very loud "CRACK". Using a heavier pellet like a 7-8 grain waddcutter will not go supersonic, hence no "CRACK", and will be MUCH quieter. -There is a break-in period. My spring and overall noise levels dropped after firing approximately 400 pellets. -This rifle sounds loud to the shooter due to the spring action, however, noise to the side and down range of the rifle is nothing that should draw attention even in the closest suburban settings. Standing safely off to the side and slightly down range, I couldn't hear much more than the pellet hitting the target. Reviews that deal with accuracy problems: -The single biggest problem with this is the scope not being mounted on this rifle out of the box. I think some buyers don't expect this and are unable to get it mounted properly. This is a main source of accuracy problems. You need to mount and zero the scope correctly, making sure it is tight. Google "how to zero a scope" if you need some pointers. To ensure tightness I added a bit of blue (medium) locktite to the scope mount bolts to keep the spring vibrations from loosening them. -This is a pellet gun, not a high powered rifle. It will not dislocate your shoulder or knock you back. Don't pull it tight into your shoulder with a death grip. Hold it lightly against your shoulder and use an open palm on your non-trigger hand to support the rifle. Stay relaxed. If you grip this thing like a shotgun it will shoot all over the place. Google "artillery hold" for a good read on how to hold and shoot this rifle accurately. -After the two accuracy steps above, I can shoot dimes and pennies at 30 yards consistently. I have had several BB and pellet guns over the years ranging from an old "Red Ryder" to my most recent Crossman 776. This Gamo is by far the nicest and most accurate of the bunch. August 22, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Very Accurate! .177 caliber Buy gamo hunter domed pellets and you'll shoot groups smaller than a dime at 20 yards. Don't waste time/money on other pellets...tried them. Gamo hunter. Accuracy is impressive! July 2, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Just Epic...Straight-up Punishing!!! The GAMO Whisper is an extremely sick piece for the price. It has a great feel & look, the orginal trigger is pretty decent. Once broken in and calibrated correctly its very accurate. Even though its .177 cal. it has remarkable power & range, enough for even medium game, especially if you're a good shooter and know how to place shots. Very quiet with lead pellets, the spring sounds loud to the shooter behind, but thats exactly what the gun is designed for and does...most of the shot recoil and sound is pushed down towards the back of the gun, but from the sides and target its rather quiet for lead pellets at 1000+ fps (sounds like a light thunk similar to real pistols w/siliencer haha). Obviously with alloy pellets shooting 1200+ fps and breaking the sound barrier at about ~1150+ fps, you're going to hear the pellet cracking against the air loudly in addition to the spring & recoil noise. So this is expected... I unmounted and stripped down the optical front & rear sights, upgraded to a better scope, and mounted a 90 Lumen Focus Beam HID Tactical Flashlight at the end of the barrel near the noise dampener (at night its like having a spotlight...seriously even when its completely dark it looks like day-time through the scope, staying bright at unbelievable ranges, thus its game-on 24/7). Now this thing is straight-up nasty for everything! Also the barrel rifling is of good quality but I recommend the Gamo AirGun cleaning kit, cleanout the barrel and oil the gun as recommended, keeping the Whisper on-point...and it'll just countinue to deliver. Sure there are better guns out there but for the pirce and what it offers, the Whisper is Legendary. Nice job GAMO... February 15, 2011
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