Gamo Releases MRA Showstopper Air Rifle

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posted on July 8, 2013
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Gamo Outdoor USA has partnered up with Shawn Michaels and Keith Mark of MacMillan River Adventures hunting show on the Outdoor Channel to launch the MRA Showstopper air rifle. The .177 air rifle utilizes premium features and new technology to give the shooter more power and velocity. This new air rifle will be available on Gamo's website and online/offline retailers at an MSRP of $249.95.

MRA Showstopper Specs:
- 1,400 fps with PBA Platinum pellets
- 33 mm cylinder
- New, ergonomic design
- All weather synthetic stock
- SAT™ Smooth Action Trigger™
- SWA™ (Shock Wave Absorber), with up to 74% recoil absorption

For more information, visit GamoUSA.com.

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