I Tested And Reviewed The Gamo Whisper Fusion Mach 1 
The Gamo Whisper Fusion Mach 1 is perfect for target shooting, pest control, and small game hunting. This hands-on review will prove you’ll easily get on target for a shot.
FYI, prices and ratings are accurate as of time of writing.
Gamo Whisper Fusion Mach 1 Air Rifle .22 Caliber with Scope
Top-rated: 1,401 ratings | 190 answered questions
Highlight: Features the quietest noise reduction technology patented by Gamo; equipped with a 3-9x40 scope with RRR (Recoil Reducing Rail) that absorbs the recoil of the rifle (increasing the lifespan of the scope).
Helpful review: "I bought this as my second Gamo air rifle, my first being a spring piston gamo whisper .177 with the standard 3x9x40 scope. It’s the same scope that comes with this .22. Let me first say, I really do enjoy these scopes for air rifles. They are perfect.
Out of the box, it takes me ten minutes to sight in at 40yrds. Both Gamo rifles with the stock scope shot really low at the range. Although I do prefer a mil dot, I'll admit both scopes I received from Gamo have been of good quality.
On this model, the bull barrel feels awkward. It puts a good amount of weight in the barrel but the barrel itself is very solid. The new IGT piston really makes Gamo rifles (that are integrated with this technology) stand out, compared to my old spring piston Gamo.
It's so much fun to shoot. It spits out a nice cloud of that compressed gas stuff with the IGT tech.
This rifle actually has a considerable amount of recoil, which Gamo took into consideration and made the butt stock customisable and very good quality.
I don't care for Gamo's new pro shot ID, and this is just my preference. BUT on this gun the whisper at the end of the barrel has red inserts which I like. However, Gamo put a green hunting pro ID band on the stock, and when you're looking at the rifle it doesn't appeal to my eyes as much as it would if it had a matching red band, or just a solid black stock. Again that's just me. You can take it off, but I don't want to lose it, and I also don't like the open space it creates in your stock that was cut out for the ID band.
All in all, not a lot of negatives about this rifle. If you're in the market for a break barrel air rifle, I recommend any Gamo model that has the IGT piston, and the CAT trigger. I know I didn't talk about it, but I adjusted mine as soon as I opened the box. Don't forget to grab the small allen wrench they stapled to the inside of the box to adjust your trigger. It's an awesome trigger, the best Gamo has ever made. So I really recommend this air rifle, and I think this is one purchase you wouldn't regret making.
Also, I prefer .22 cal but I live in a state where you're not allowed to hunt with air rifles. I just like slinging those good sized pieces of lead, and this thing does that for sure!!" — John Marshall
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