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GAMO PHOX .22 - Pictures

Discussion in 'Gun Gallery' started by CLEANSHOT, Jul 17, 2016.

  1. CLEANSHOT

    CLEANSHOT Active Member

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    Hi Everyone,

    I thought I would post some pictures of my Gamo Phox - Awesome Rifle.

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    Cheers
    CLEANSHOT
     
  2. waisted skirt

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    Nice pictures mate, how many shots do you get per fill?.
     
  3. CLEANSHOT

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    Gamo say's around 90 to 100 shots, I use 10 shot magazines I have three, the last time out I had to refill after 88 shots, I could have carried on but the last shot fell short of the target.

    [video]https://youtu.be/Nnvs_6Am5WY[/video]
     
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    looking good buddy. Not seen the Phox before :)
     
  5. CLEANSHOT

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    Hi, Thanks, She is a beauty.
     
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    I saw this last week and wondered what it would shoot like, will bsa mags fit it?
    Ok shot count to, I think I saw a advert selling it as a full kit gun,scope,and pump oh and silencer for £499 not bad!

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  7. CLEANSHOT

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    Hi Lone Wolf

    The Gamo is incredible accurate, zeroing the rifle is easy and once done it's perfect in my eyes.

    Your mag question, I'm afraid I don't know if the BSA mag would fit.

    The package you sore is the package I bought yes £499 all in, but as you can see by the pictures I have added to some extra's Yukon Night Scope, Torch and Laser, Bi-pod and 2 extra 10 shot mags.

    I would rate this air-rifle all day long I love it.

    Cheers
    CLEANSHOT
     
  8. Stevie Darling

    Stevie Darling Sexual tyrannosaurus

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    That's a nice looking rifle:up:
     
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    looks like you have a nice setup there ,hope it serves you well:up:
     
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    looks like a coyote with a synthetic stock and a built in silencer
     
  11. NickHammond121

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    To me it looks like the BSA Ultra XL from the BSS earlier this year

    Sent from my LG-H815 using Tapatalk
     
  12. CLEANSHOT

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    Does a coyote have a synthetic stock, never seen that kind of animal, do you have a picture LOL.
     
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    Looks a smart set up mate :up:
     
  14. CLEANSHOT

    CLEANSHOT Active Member

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    Hi The Robin, Yes it is thanks.
     
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    Yep it's basically a Coyote Tactical with a silencer fitted with some minor differences to the stock shape or the same as an Ultra XL but with a synthetic stock.
     
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    The BSA mag certainly fits the coyote okay (it's the same one, identical, btdt).

    Ref. fitting the bipod. Was there already a suitable stock mounting screw at the location for you to use?
     
  17. CLEANSHOT

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    Hi solwisesteve,

    Fixing the sling and bipod

    Firstly remove the stock, (Two Screws) check inside the stock and you will see exactly were to drill, start with a small drill bit first and work you up in bit sizes until the the sling fixing has a tight fit (They are screw in types) and they need to be a tight fit, then fit the bipod to the sling fixing, fairly straight forward really.

    Good luck
    CLEANSHOT
     
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    Out of interest... would a tube clamp to the air cylinder on the rifle be okay? tbh I'm thinking for a bipod not a sling.
     
  19. CLEANSHOT

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    Hi, I bought a tube clamp type before buying the stock mounted version and NO there's not enough room for a tube clamp, the stock and barrel are almost the same length, I would not recommended the tube mounted bipod my friend.
     
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    Thanks... I just want to get the stock off now to check the amount of plastic/clearance and best location for the swivel.
     

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