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Gamo coyote

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by Zachariah, Aug 27, 2014.

  1. Zachariah

    Zachariah Engaging Member

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    If anybody has ine of these can they give me some advice? They are I believe pcp and can be either recharged at a gun shop or by a stirrup pump. Would the later be very strenous to do? I know you can use a air tank but that would be out of my budget. I like the idea of multi shot and not having to cock the rifle due to shoulder problem. Any advice would be great.
     
  2. stalkerbarricade.22

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    Hi zach
    All I can say is buyer beware!!! And I am talking from expirence mate I have one of the lastest gamo springers and have found it is seriously under power and the trigger system they use are pants and I made the mistake of not researching it before I spent all my budget on it so I am fonna tune it and I am not the only one on here that will advise against a gamo gun there better out there for the money however a minority of people rate gamo hope this helps
     
  3. terry1001

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    If you have shoulder problems then a pump could cause more problems. A bottle will be more expensive but not by a huge amount. I don't use a pump but I understand they're easier if you've got plenty of weight to put behind it.
    Likewise I have no experience of Gamo guns, I think that there are better rifles about and if you have a bit of patience you could well pick up a complete kit ready to go. One lightweight rifle that seems very popular is the Air Arms S200, it's made as a single shot but multi shot conversions are available and quite common. Air Arms pcp rifles are well made and are easy and cheap to work on yourself.
    Have a look through the sales threads to see what's about and how much they go for.
     
  4. RichieRich

    RichieRich Ping!

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    Aren't these just a re-worked BSA Ultra? They are built by BSA are they not? And use the BSA mags, so surely they would be a decent quality? No point in knocking the Coyote just cos it's badged Gamo?

    To the OP, i would try one in the shop and compare it to the BSA offerings to see what they are like qualitywise, if you like it, it might be worth taking a punt.

    Another to add to your list, is the Air Arms S200, these are light and can be converted to Multi-shot if required. They also have a slightly larger shot count than the Coyote (on specifications).
     
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  5. rkr

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    They are built by BSA but they use the infamous gamo trigger unit. There are also some other differences to the BSA PCP line. Gamo Dynamax was BSA Sportsman HV with synthetic stock and excellent value for money, sadly they are all gone now.
     
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    if they use the bsa magazine system that wont be a good thing either there pants
     
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    Mines at had at least 3000 pellets through it in 2 years and has been faultless. There are some bad ones about but there must have been a few thousand produced.
     

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