In the rest of the world Gamo sells the Coyote (wood stock) & Jackal (black polymer stock), both based on the BSA Buccaneer. However, in the US the Jackal is marketed as the, Urban .22. Why? Because most Americans don't know what the hell a jackal is, apart from maybe an old movie reference. And, honestly, this is one of the few rifles that is as quiet, if not quieter, than advertised so "urban" use shouln't be an issue. Purists in the PCP world (that's the gun, not the horse tranquilizer) hate the big plastic silencer. Well, it works so best leave it alone. It also has the CAT trigger adjustable for pull weight.
With 2-7x32 Leupold VX-2 Wind-plex
It comes with a single 9 round magazine. Unlike most competitors extra mags are ridiculously overprices at $45-$50 each! Guy the took a page from the printer cartridge ripoff playbook.
I give it 7 of 10 stars. Deduct two for - it's hard to tell if you have a positive, fully locked bolt (and it takes a lot of effort) which leads to double loading, which again, competitors have fixed. Both issues go back to the design of the BSA rifle. Rock solid but, not updated by Gamo when renaming the Buccaneer for their own branding. Deduct another for the overpriced extra mags.
Last Edit: Jul 3, 2018 10:59:06 GMT -7 by desertguns