Is Gamo a Spanish company?

Is Gamo a Spanish company?

Gamo Outdoor S.L.U, or simply Gamo, is a Spanish airgun manufacturer based in Barcelona, Spain, and is the largest producer of airguns in Europe and the largest producer of airgun pellets in the world. The company was founded in 1959, as El Gamo, and airgun production first started in 1961.

When was the air rifle made?

The gun was developed in 1768 or 1769 by the Tyrolean watchmaker, mechanic and gunsmith Bartholomäus Girandoni (1744–1799) and is sometimes referred to as the Girandoni air rifle or Girandoni air gun in literature (the name is also spelled “Girandony,” “Giradoni” or “Girardoni”.)

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Who owns Gamo airguns?

Daisy Outdoor Products, a cornerstone business in Rogers, has a new owner. The historic BB gun maker was acquired by Bruckmann, Rosser, Sherrill & Co. (BRS), a private equity firm in New York that also owns Gamo Outdoor, a global manufacturer of airguns and other accessories and archery products.

Is Gamo made by BSA?

Gamo brands first PCP made by BSA for Gamo in Birmingham.

What kind of rifle is the ASI sniper?

177 ASI Sniper micro accuracy, a Spanish air rifle made by El Gamo or Gamo, called the Expo. They were fairly popular in the late 70’s and early 80’s as they were even cheaper than a BSA Meteor or even a Relum.

What kind of air rifle was the Expo?

Rusty old air rifle out of a bin. It was a .177 ASI Sniper micro accuracy, a Spanish air rifle made by El Gamo or Gamo, called the Expo. They were fairly popular in the late 70’s and early 80’s as they were even cheaper than a BSA Meteor or even a Relum. The stamp on the breech lets you know what model Gamo it is.

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How big is an angry angry air rifle?

It’s a small to medium rifle that in it’s day would do around 8-9.5 ft/lb in .177 or upto 10.5 ft/lb in .22 on a good day with the wind behind it. Not a light trigger but apparently surprisingly accurate, and for an air rifle from the 70’s/80’s looks pretty cool in sort of semi-tactical way. Spacious trigger guard.

What’s the best breech seal for an ASI sniper?

A new main spring and rubber O ring breech seal should also improve things some more, but the main spring is the same that fits Relums and Meteors and I have a few of those so it’s just a matter of using the best one for now.