Gamo Introduces Bone Collector .22 Caliber Airgun Pellet

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posted on April 10, 2012
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Available in .177 and .22 calibers, the Bone Collector® pellet has high ballistic coefficients: it has more terminal penetration than standard lead pellets and a stable flight trajectory due to the 7.56 gr (.177) and 15.43gr (.22) weights (150 pellets per tin in .177 and 100 pellets per tin in .22). MSRP is $8.95.

Gamo is a world leader in the production of top quality, accurate airgun ammunition. Nowadays Gamo holds a huge pellet range for every kind of shooter, from training pellets, target shooting pellets, to high performance pellets for hunting.

Gamo Outdoor USA is a leading consumer products company that designs, manufactures and markets a diverse portfolio of outdoor sporting goods products under such world class brands as GAMO®, BSA Optics®, Laser Genetics®, Aftermath®, Stunt Studios® and is the exclusive distributor of BSA Guns™. Gamo Outdoor USA products are sold at Cabela's, Bass Pro Shops, Midway USA, Academy Sports + Outdoor, Dick's Sporting Goods, Big 5 Sporting Goods, Gander Mountain, Dunham Sports, Mills Fleet, Sports Authority, Scheels, on Amazon.com and other fine retail outdoor and sporting goods stores. For more information, visit www.gamooutdoorusa.com; Facebook.com/GamoOutdoorUSA; Twitter.com/GamoOutdoor; and YouTube.com/GamoOutdoor.

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