AirgunWebTV Episode 12

AirgunWebTV 2016 Episode 5 – Gamo Bone Collector Break Barrels getting the job done plinking AND hunting

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Did you know that Gamo sells more breakbarrel rifles than any other airgun company in the USA?  Their new line up of Gamo Bone Collector Break Barrels for 2016 certainly shows why that’s the case.  In this episode we look at the Gamo Bone Collector Maxxim .177 and the .22 caliber Bone Collector Hunter, a wonderful return to a traditional wood stock.  We also talk about the new Gamo Pro Shot ID System that helps new shooters match the right airgun to the task at hand and also the ammo that will perform for that purpose.   This is a packed episode, so after some time in the studio we take these out for some chrony tests, target practice, and yes, some hunting to.  So grab a bag of popcorn, sit back, relax, and get ready to enjoy this next episode of AirgunWebTV.

AirgunWebTV where we’re gonna test em, we’re gonna shoot em, and we’re gonna tell you all about em.  It’s a great time to be an airgunner!

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Gamo Bone Collector Break Barrels
Gamo Bone Collector Break Barrels
Gamo Bone Collector Break Barrels
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