New From GAMO Outdoor USA

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posted on May 4, 2013
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Gamo Outdoor USA had three of its newest airguns on display at the 142nd NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits in the Little Cat, Whisper Fusion and Whisper Fusion Pro.

The Little Cat is a precision airgun that's designed to help involve youths into the shooting sports. It features a wood stock that's designed for young shooters, and can reach up to 750 fps with PBA Platinum pellets.

The company's Whisper Fusion is one of its biggest new ticket items, and features dual noise dampening technology. It can reach 1,300 fps, and comes equipped with a 3-9 x40 scope, an all-weather black stock and a fluted polymer jacketed rifled steel barrel.

Also available is the Whisper Fusion Pro, which is an addition to the Whisper family.

For more information, check out the video below or go to GamoOutdoorUSA.com.

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