Despite the success of its multishots models equipped with 10X Quick-Shot technology, the Spanish brand GAMO has not rested on its laurels, and has further improved its innovation by lightening and compacting the reloading module (barrel holder), and above all by positioning it horizontally, rather than vertically, thus allowing the use of the natural sight (with the naked eye, without a scope).
The ROADSTER 10X GEN2 rifle integrates this new system, as well as all the best GAMO technologies, for even more comfort and pleasure !
It is available in 2 versions: alone or with 4x32 scope.
Required documents :
Following your order, you can send us the documents by email(firstname.lastname@example.org) or regular mail (VAD System - BP43 - 62101 Calais cedex).
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The Gamo Roadster rifle is a true concentrate of technology, which integrates :
The GAMO Roadster IGT 10X Gen2 is a 4.5mm calibre rifle, which fires diabolo pellets. The energy is supplied by a gas piston, which propels the pellets at a speed of 280 m/s, representing a power of 19.9 Joules.
Its armament is carried out by breaking the barrel. This arming is necessary with each shot, the cylinder only allowing not to reinsert a lead each time.
The synthetic, ambidextrous and ergonomic stock with its pistol grip, anti-slip surfaces and wide rubber coating plate. It is black in colour with a small blue border.
It is equipped with a manually operated safety lever which can be used to deactivate the trigger and thus prevent uncontrolled firing.
With the new flat barrel system, the Roadster therefore has natural, rear and front sights, allowing it to be aimed with the naked eye.
The rear sight is adjustable up and down, and the front sight is protected by a tunnel. Both are made of green and red luminous fibre optics.
It also has a sighting rail on which a scope or red dot sight can be fitted.
With its Quick Shot 10X system, the Roadster rifle has a 10-shot barrel, which will avoid having to reload a pellet with each shot. But you still have to rearm the rifle each time.
The rifle is ready, all that remains is to aim, remove the safety (with the tip of the index finger), and fire!