Gamo PR-776 CO2 Pellet Revolver

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$ 126.16

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This 8-shot pellet repeater has a real revolver mechanism, and single and double action. Powered by a CO2 cartridge, the Gamo PR-776 has a 6" rifled steel barrel. The molded, stippled grips have finger grooves for added control. Extremely realistic.

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  • Uses a 12-gram CO2 cartridge
  • 8rd pellet rotary clip
  • Single- and double-action
  • Fixed front sight
  • Fixed rear sight
  • Stippled grip with finger grooves
  • Includes 2 rotary clips
FPS:400 to 450
Ammo Type:Pellet
Power Source:Co2
Trigger Action:Double/Single
Rear Sight:Fixed
Front Sight:Fixed
Magazine Capacity:8
Barrel Length:5.08 cm (2 Inch)

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Nov 14, 2019

Highly underrated gun.

Trigger pull: fires in both double action (~10 lbs.*) and single action with the hammer cocked back (~ 4 lbs.*), and both feel pretty good. Double action is a long pull as you would expect, but the trigger isn't too heavy. Accuracy: It's winter in Canada so I will have to wait for my pellet trap to arrive to test it myself, however many of those who have reviewed it claim to get ~1" groupings at 10 yards*. It features sights adjustable for windage and elevation, however the package says only windage. Build quality: Excellent, feels solid and weighs in at 2.2 lbs.**, except for the grip. When in its normal position it feels good, finger ridges and little grippy bits really make it nice to hold, but when you open the handle to load a CO2 cartridge, the handle and the rain/hinge its on feels flimsy without the metal frame of the gun behind it. Realism: With full metal construction** and a rotating cylinder the PR-776 is as close as you get without the cartridges that replicate actual shells. While I understand the appeal of the extra realism of the cartridge, but I just can't be bothered to load the shells and then load the shells into the gun. The die-cast 8 round magazines are perfect for me, relatively cheap for extras, and you can load 16 rounds out of the package with the 2 mags included. the safety and cylinder release are identical to many real revolvers. PROS: - great price - all metal construction** - higher fps than the package rating of 400* - feels and looks great in the hand - CO2 and twist tab completely hidden - no loading cartridges to load them into a gun - FULLY adjustable rear sights CONS: - grip could be sturdier & heavier - not a replica of any gun I am aware of - not as realistic as cartridge loaders - some may not like white "PR-776" on the side - no box, comes in cheap looking molded plastic Comments: Since every pellet pistol I can find is essentially a revolver with a slide (using a rotary magazine of some type). The slide wont lock back at the end of a magazine and the blow back is more or less for show. I can only assume this is because lead pellets would deform under the pressure of a spring fed mag, and since I already own the Sig M17 pellet pistol, I decided to look for a revolver. Most guns with magazines are plastic and cheap looking, with "break barrel" access to the mag and no moving cylinder. Every other nice looking pellet revolver had those damn cartridges except the PR-776 I honestly can't believe Mike hasn't done a video or even written a review. Don't take my word for it either. a few quick YouTube & Google searches will back me up. I'm thinking about buying a 2nd for my dad. *according to a reputable competitor who won't be named **packaging info
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