Gamo Outdoor USA Unveils the “Accu177” Air Rifle

Gamo Outdoor USA Unveils the "Accu177" Air Rifle
Gamo Outdoor USA Unveils the “Accu177” Air Rifle : http://tiny.cc/225p3x
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Fort Lauderdale, FL -(AmmoLand.com)- Gamo Outdoor USA, is releasing the Accu177 air rifle. The new air rifle includes many of the top features from Gamo’s premium air rifles – the SAT (Smooth Action Trigger), and the SWA (Shockwave Absorber) rubber recoil pad.

This .177 Cal Air Rifle is capable of boosting pellets at 1250 FPS (with Platinum Pellets). Key features of this quality air rifle includes an under lever barrel and rotary pellet loading system, designed for convenience and comfort, delivering excellent performance for hunting and target shooting at long and short distances; making it a must-have for any serious varmint hunter.

The new Gamo ACCU177 Air Rifle ( tiny.cc/225p3x )  is also equipped with a 4×32 air rifle scope which ensures precision and accuracy at the shooting range or in the field.

Accu177 Specs:

  • 1,250 fps with PBA Platinum pellets
  • Under lever barrel
  • Single shot with rotary breech loading system
  • All-weather black color synthetic stock
  • Front and rear fiber optics sights
  • Rubberized grip and rubber inserts in forearm
  • Precision rifled steel barrel
  • SAT Smooth Action Trigger
  • SWA (Shock Wave Absorber), with up to 74% recoil absorption
  • 4×32 rifle scope
  • MSRP: $259.95 ( Less $$ on Amazon : http://tiny.cc/225p3x )

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Gamo Outdoor USA is a leading consumer products company that designs, manufactures and markets a diverse portfolio of outdoor sporting goods products under such world class brands as GAMO, BSA Optics, Laser Genetics, Aftermath, and is the exclusive distributor of BSA Guns and Joker Knives.

For more information visit: www.GamoOutdoorUSA.com.

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nobody
nobody
4 years ago

Is the scope the same old 4×32 that won’t keep zero? Were the rear sights improved so they don’t shift left-to-right by about an eighth of an inch from shot vibration?

I like my Gamo air rifle well enough, but I believe if a scope is included, it needs to be at least of reasonable quality. And those rear sights need a bit of work. I have to push mine to the same side every time, or the shots are all over the place.