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New Gamo air rifle perfect for bagging squirrels, crows

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Opening day of small game and early goose seasons was a bit unseasonably warm, but I had no trouble finding squirrels and crows. Unfortunately, none of my goose cornfields had been cut, so I’ll have to do a little searching to find some green grass fields where they were feeding and I have permission to hunt. I’m sure sometime before the 25-day early season ends, I’ll get a little wing shooting in and have a ...

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Woodrow
September 13, 2012
3:15 p.m.

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Ed, thanks for the account of your hunt with the Gamo. I'm going to look into that. I've got a Chinese-made gun that is kind of crudely made, but works well. It fires .177 also at approx. 1,100 fps.

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