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    Manufacturer: Gamo

    GAMO DOUG KOENG K1 AIR PISTOL

    R 1 690,00
    The K1 Doug Koenig pistol is sponsored by one of the best shooters of all time, Doug Koenig. This pistol is a restyling of the PT-80 and incorporates a tactical rail and a striking color design. The Gamo PT80 is a semi-automatic CO2 air pistol. Coming in at just under 550g with a rifled steel barrel that is 11cm long. This pistol is capable of firing accurately and delivering a remarkable 8 shots in under 1.5 seconds although you might need to be Doug Koenig to shoot that fast. Designed to fire as either a semi-automatic or single shot it remains a favorite of the enthusiast and is ideal for plinking
    SKU: BK0084
    Availability: Available on order. Expected Delivery Time is (5-10 days).

     

    SPECIFICATIONS.

    • Lenght: 11 cm (12,20 in)
    • Weight: 550gr (1,94 lb)
    • Velocity: 120 m/s (394 fps)
    • Energy Source: 12gr C02
    • Capacity: 8

    A pellet is a non-spherical projectile designed to be fired from an air gun. Air gun pellets differ from bullets and shot used in firearms because of the pressures encountered: airguns operate at pressures as low as 50 atmospheres while firearms operate at thousands of atmospheres. Airguns generally use a slightly undersized projectile that is designed to obturate upon shooting so as to seal the bore and engage the riflingfirearms to have sufficient pressure to force a slightly oversized bullet to fit the bore in order to form a tight seal. Since pellets may be shot through a smoothbore barrel, they are often designed to be inherently stable, much like the Foster slugs used in smoothbore shotguns

     

    SPECIFICATIONS.

    • Lenght: 11 cm (12,20 in)
    • Weight: 550gr (1,94 lb)
    • Velocity: 120 m/s (394 fps)
    • Energy Source: 12gr C02
    • Capacity: 8

    A pellet is a non-spherical projectile designed to be fired from an air gun. Air gun pellets differ from bullets and shot used in firearms because of the pressures encountered: airguns operate at pressures as low as 50 atmospheres while firearms operate at thousands of atmospheres. Airguns generally use a slightly undersized projectile that is designed to obturate upon shooting so as to seal the bore and engage the riflingfirearms to have sufficient pressure to force a slightly oversized bullet to fit the bore in order to form a tight seal. Since pellets may be shot through a smoothbore barrel, they are often designed to be inherently stable, much like the Foster slugs used in smoothbore shotguns

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