Gamo's Whisper G2

posted on April 27, 2014
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Introduced at the SHOT Show 2014, Gamo's Whisper G2 air rifle features the newest Gamo technology. The turbo stabilizing system is an adapter inside the action that controls aggressive recoil for a smoother shot and better accuracy. The Whisper G2 also includes the Whisper technology, a smooth action (SAT) trigger and shock wave absorber (SWA). The Whisper G2 includes an adjustable cheek rest and comes with a 4x32 riflescope. Available at an MSRP of $269.95, the air rifle comes in .177 and .22 cal. versions.

: 8.00 lbs
Length: 46"
Ammunition: Any .22 Pellet
Caliber: .22
Trigger Pull: 3.74 lbs
Barrel Length: 18"
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