900 feet per second (fps) using Alloy Pellets
10X Quick Shot Technology, Multi-shot
Pre-Charged Pneumatic (PCP), Straight-Loading System
Metal jacketed rifled steel barrel
Two stage independently adjustable CAT (Custom Action Trigger)
Automotive grade glass filled nylon all-weather
Non-Slip texture design on grip and forearm
Fiber optics sights, Not included
11mm dovetail grooves
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Any .22 Cal. Pellet
The Arrow PCP .22 features the quietest noise suppression technology from GAMO, the Whisper Fusion. This air rifle is a 60 shot straight-loading PCP air rifle. The Arrow is a highly efficient PCP air rifle capable of firing up to 60 pellets without reload. Its ambidextrous, straight loading handle system ensures a fast and satisfying shooting experience for users of all skill levels. It shoots up to 900 feet per second in .22. Cal. and uses the 10X Quick-Shot .22 Cal. Magazine.
The Arrow PCP .22 features 10X rotary magazine that holds 10 pellets, and the Straight Charging Handle System for ergonomic and ambidextrous reloading. This new PCP rifle from GAMO features a 128cc air tank that provides up to 60 shots of autonomy. Its highly efficient inner mechanism extends the gun’s sweet spot, so you get superb accuracy longer. The fully integrated pressure gauge precisely shows the gun’s inner air pressure.
In addition to the best in velocity and accuracy, the new Arrow PCP .22 airgun is also quieter than you think. GAMO’s Whisper Fusion technology incorporates a double-integrated sound moderator so the pellet travels through two different chambers to compress the sound and prevent the noise expansion.
The ARROW PCP .22 rifle looks as good as it shoots. It is built to last and engineered to perform.
- Caliber: .22
- Velocity: 900 fps
- Action: Multi-Shot 10-Round Magazine 10X
- Dampener: Whisper Fusion Noise Dampening Technology
- Power: PCP
- Trigger: CAT (Custom Action Trigger) 2 Stage
- Scope: Open Sights
- Rail: Dovetail
- Weight: 5lbs
- Shot Count: +/- 60 Shots
- Cylinder Capacity: 125cc
- Connector: Quick Fill “Foster” Connector
- Pressure Gauge: On-Board Pressure Gauge
- Stock: Automotive-Grade Glass-Filled Nylon All Weather
- Checkering: Non-Slip Texture Design on Grip and Forearm
- Barrel: Metal-Jacketed Steel Rifled
WHISPER FUSION NOISE REDUCTION
Gamo’s patented Whisper technology leads the air rifle industry in sound suppression. This technology is categorized into three tiers—Whisper, Whisper Maxxim and Whisper Fusion—for quiet, quieter, and quietest performance. However, “noise reduction” does not mean “silence,” as sound levels will vary depending upon pellet choice. A lighter, faster and smaller caliber pellet, for instance, will produce a louder sound than a heavier, slower and higher caliber pellet. To further assist with your purchasing decision, please refer to the chart above.
The Whisper® Fusion® technology incorporates a double integrated sound moderator making it the quietest Gamo air rifle. The pellet travels through two different chambers, compressing and preventing the noise expansion.
ABOUT THE 10x QUICK-SHOT MAGAZINE .22 CAL
This 10-shot magazine is rotor numbered, it has a smooth indexing, and is made of a high impact polymer base.
CUSTOM ACTION TRIGGER
The revolutionary C.A.T. (Custom Action Trigger) enables Gamo air rifle owners to independently adjust the 1st and 2nd stages of their trigger to tailor the trigger pull and crispness to their personal preference. Simply loosen the 1st stage adjustment screw and the trigger travel increases. If a shorter travel length is desired just tighten the same screw to decrease the 1st Stage travel length. The 2nd Stage Adjustment is made just as easily —unscrew the adjustment setting to increase the 2nd Stage travel length or decrease it by screwing in the same adjustment point.
PCP guns use compressed air to fire pellets. The air is in the gun’s air tank and is compressed to 2700-3000 psi, by using a high pressure hand pump, scuba tank, electric compressor or our new Straight Handle Charging System (You can find out more about PCP filling options here) Once the rifle’s tank is filled to the desired pressure level, the gun is ready. When the trigger is pulled a valve opens and a quick burst of compressed air is released to push the pellet. Every time the rifle is shot, the level of pressure and air in the tank is slightly reduced.