Gamo GX40 Package
- Thoroughly inspected & Tested rifle
- Choice of filling equipment
- Quality soft slip or Hard Case
- Tin of Air Arms Diabolo Field pellets
- Pack of 100 targets
- Scope of your choice with mounts
- Free door to door delivery to England and Wales
Gamo's GX-40 is a compact and accurate air rifle which features a last generation precharged pneumatic air system. Gamo’s last generation PCP system provides a smooth, powerful and accurate shooting due to its sophisticated compression system, which supplies a constant air feed that efficiently boosts pellets of all calibres. This state of the art technology consists on a strengthened steel air cylinder which is able to deliver high power levels by using a mechanic opening valve. This outstanding airgun is composed of a precise and reliable cold hammer forged barrel and a brand new ergonomic polymer stock, which guarantees a perfect sight to target alignment.
With the rifle comes everything you need to get going with PCP air rifle shooting including the choice to add a 300bar hand pump or 4l 300bar air cylinder for refilling the rifle. The cylinder comes full of air and both come with all filling connectors so this package can provide everything you need to pick-up-and-play. It also comes with a choice of Hawke scopes complete with mounts. The kit also comes with either a soft rifle slip or hard case for carrying the rifle around, a tin of Air Arms pellets and targets.
Firstly, what great service from Range and Country. Told what day and time slot. Peter delivered my Rifle package bang on time.
Secondly, my purchase. Oh what an Air Rifle this GAMO GX40 is. I am totally new to this sport. However after adding a Bipod to my pride and joy, I am virtually putting pellet on pellet at 25 yards outdoors. Now I know I'm new, but surely this grouping isn't the norm for an entry level PCP rifle. I am sure there are better rifles out there, certainly there are much more expensive ones out there, but how can they be any better than this little beauty?
Jonathan Herbert | Leicstershire | October 2021created_date-year]