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Gamo Big Cat 1250

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From the all-weather synthetic stock to the bull barrel, these rifles are bound to please any shooter who aims to take game. For more precise shooting and to get the most accuracy from the gun, our Big Cat comes with an upgraded 3-9x40 scope and mount.

The Monte Carlo buttstock has a raised cheekpiece on each side, making this gun ideal for right- or left-handed shooters. It also has the Shock Wave Absorber (SWA) to reduce felt recoil. Shoot either lead pellets or PBA ammo to attain your hunting goals. Of course, you don't have to hunt with the Big Cat. These are fun plinkers and will give you hours of shooting pleasure.

Gamo Big Cat 1250 Features:
  • .22 Caliber Bull Barrel
  • Monte Carlo Buttstock
  • Ventilated Rubber Buttbad
  • Ambidextrous Dual Raised Cheeckpiece
  • All Weather Proof Stock
  • (SWA) Shock Wave Absorber
  • Low Recoil Airgun
  • Two-Stage Adjustable Trigger
  • Manual Trigger Safety
  • Good for Target Shooting or Dispatching Pests
  • Includes:Rifle, 3-9x40mm Scope & Rings
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  • ManufacturerGamo
  • Caliber0.22 cal
  • Velocity950 fps
  • ConditionNew
  • Ammo TypePellets
  • ActionBreak barrel
  • Barrel StyleRifled
  • Cocking Effort30
  • Fire ModeSingle-shot
  • Gun Weight6.1
  • Overall Length43.3
  • Barrel Length18
  • Loudness4-Medium-High
  • MechanismSpring piston
  • RailDovetail Mount
  • SafetyManual
  • Trigger AdjustabilityTwo-stage adjustable
  • Trigger Pull3.74
  • UsePest Control / Plinking /Target Shooting
  • Warranty1 Year Limited
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Gamo Big Cat 1250
37 Reviews
70% (26)
22% (8)
3% (1)
0% (0)
5% (2)
70% Recommend this product (26 of 37 responses)
By unknown
san jose, ca
the beast
January 15, 2012
Got to love the gamo big cat lots of stopping power. I've had mine for about a year now and the body list keeps getting bigger.I've dropped tons of english sparrows , piegions , grounds squirels and lots more. Its the most accurate pellet gun I've got .I also own a beeman rs2 very strong but the gamo big cat has given me more trophies then the beeman so that's why I prefer the big cat 1200.
ProsThe power is amazing its pretty light not hard to brake barrel accurate affortable dependable. Hope this helped out anyone thinking about getting this animal man handling beast.
ConsThe gamo scope it came with had a defect to it I would set the elevation and windage to the max and it did not even move the crosshair a bit other then that hands down great gun thank gamo.
By Dylan m.
Nice for starters
October 30, 2019
Ive had this spring rifle for about 2 years and ive taken a lot of small game dove , squirrels, starlings and rabbit this gun preforms pretty good out of the box for a while but as usual with a break barrel accuracy falls off after a while . HARD the barrel is 100% plastic on the outside so expect it to droop really bad overtime or the opposite and shoot high I literally bent mine back as i noticed the point of aim had changed drastically. The scope is okay too just had to take the eye piece off and glue the reticle ring to make it stop moving out of place .
ProsLight weight , super cheap , affordable pellets
ConsBarrel droop develops Scope could be more quality Accuracy isnt great
Best UsesSmall game hunt (if you can be accurate ) Plinking
By robert
ontario california
great gun for birds at close range (about 90 yards) but you do need to be a good shot to kill anything after
February 25, 2019
i got the gun then bought some premier hollow point pellets and after I zeroed the scope at about 25 yards I got FOUR headshots FOUR! back to back all around 50 yards away, it is dead on target, the scope is a bit funky but great due to it being included with the gun but I do recommend a bipod because the gun does tire your arm out after 30 shots then it gets harder to stay still, very powerfull it completely blew the heads off the birds like the head is completely torn off, 9/10 for its price, I am very happy with this .22
Prospower, sounds amazing, scope is pretty ok, kinda heavy ish (my preference). over all such a badass gun
Consyou have to screw the scope down good but after 90 shots the scope will move, nothing crazy jut the cross tilts.
Best Usesbirds even crows, rats, lizards (bit over kill ) any pests tbh
By Jeff
Geneva, AL
Incredible value (Fun Factor)
November 26, 2018
I shoot crows, squirrels, candles, playing cards on edge. This is a fun gun.
It's powerful enough to take out squirrels and crows in my back yard from my deck...most shots are 40 yards or shorter.
It's accurate enough at 30 yards to "WOW" my buddies with shots where I extinguish candles or split paying cards on edge.
A great little gun for the price.
ProsGreat Value. Incredible Fun Factor
ConsI tried to get it to wash my dishes but it just stood there.
By Elon P.
October 9, 2018
It's awesome was able to sight in in fairly quick. took it outside was able to hit the same hole at times. I don't know why people say the scope is bad :(. Will change to a five star if it works good for hunting this week.
ProsComes with scope, fast, powerful was able to get it through metal
ConsNo iron sights, loud, hard to pump
By david
Gamo Big Cat Scope Combo,22 cal
December 2, 2017
Gun arrive in great condition. Removed from box and cleaned the barrel not very dirty at all. mounted and sighted in scope 3x9x40 zeroed in after about 100 shots very accurate out to 35 yards. Scope not bad for the range you'll be using this gun for. Have shot at targets out to 60yards get 2.5" grouping and at 35 yards .75 inch groups. Decent power chrony at 740' fps using Crossman premier hollow pts 14.3 gr. Got this gun mainly for plinking. But will also do some hunting. Very light weight and very easy to cock. Was a little loud but after about 300 shots much quieter. Great gun for the price.
ProsLight weight good accuracy very easy to cock scope not bad, Good price
By Edwin
, Kentucky
April 3, 2017
Once I set the scope this thing is awesome. Very accurate and powerful for the price. I would recommend this to anyone....The gun even makes my daughter look good.
ProsPowerful Gun
ConsWhen u cock the gun you can begin to form a blister after awhile.
By Anthony B.
Nice and quiet
March 26, 2017
Great for squirrels possums one shot and done. Great garage gun.
By Charles S.
New Jersey
Power plant
February 5, 2017
Does this rifle have a spring power piston or a gas powere system ? Thanks Chuck
By Gary f.
southern iowa
gamo big cat 22
September 1, 2016
Pigeons are nuisance here on farm. Eight year old grandson can load and shoot by himself. Scope mounted fine and zeroed with 4-5 shots. Bye-bye pigeons.
ProsVery good price-very accurate-powerful enough for our needs-40 # grandson can load and shoot (we hunt deer and turkey here so he is experienced in handling other firearms with adult supervision)
ConsSmall grandson needs to shoot from rest as gun is plenty big for someone that small. Really not an issue.
Leo, Indiana
July 28, 2016
By JustaBigKid
Good gun for the money bad scope
November 9, 2015
Had this gun for about a month, first thing I did was replace the scope. I put a UTG 3x9 Hunter on it. At first my shots weren't consistent, but after awhile they grouped better. I cleaned the barrel after around 75 pellets and it made a big difference. The following group was at 20 yds and is five shots with Crossman Premier HP .22 pellets. They shoot about 710 fps average and were more accurate than the H&N Barracuda Hunter extremes which average around 600 fps because of the added weight. I don't know how long the gun will hold up but so far no problems and shooting tight groups. I used it to get rid of some squirrels that were causing problems in the neighborhood.
ProsCheap, shoots cheap pellets well and not too loud.
ConsScopes from gamo suck they really need to get better scopes.
By Steven
Bridgeman, michigan
Great small game hunting gun.
October 2, 2015
I just got this gun last week and I've only put about 4-5 hundred rounds through it so its still on the verge of breaking in but I can tell you right out of the box it was hitting 1-2 inch groups at 20-30 yards and that's with the stock scope! I've seen people saying the stock scope sucks and can't be sighted in but believe it or not right when I put it on it was pretty much sighted in. I was so surprised I've never had that happen with an air gun before. It shoots hard and is very accurate even out of the box with the right pellets. I put my 3x9-40mm scope on it and it only got better. Took a few squirrels down out to 45 yards. One shot kills. This thing is very nice for the price. If you are iffy about getting it then don't worry it is def worth every penny + more.
ProsPower. Accuracy. Noise. Trigger(better than my other crossman rifles)
ConsPlastic material. No iron sights.
By Michael
Great rifle
December 29, 2014
Got my Gamo Big Cat and love it . The accuracy is unbelievable. Love to shoot my Gamo.
ConsTrigger pull is too long, fixed with trigger kit.
By John
Massapequa , NY
Great combo for the price
December 21, 2014
Gun is light,accurate,easy to cock scope isnt best but not bad would recommend for price
ProsLightweight , ease of use, price
By Reggie
Looks and works great
November 29, 2014
Everything that I ask for in an air rifle.
ProsVery accurate. Good power and range.
ConsNeeds some adjusting first
By Vicente B.
Barranquilla, Colombia.
Nice rifle for the price.
August 10, 2014
Well, I have this rifle for 3 months now and some 700 pellets fired. First of all it has a good stock, easy to work with. Very ligth weigth at 6.1 pounds, so is easy to carry and to shoot. Cocking effort is low maybe some 28 pounds. Power is not the best, I measure 4 types of pellets brand when new and just now; I asked another owners for his experience about this topic but has only one answer. In my chrony it is as follow: Gamo Promagnun 15.43 gr. 647 FPS; Crosman Premier 14.3 gr. 680 FPS; Beeman Silver Bear 12.65 gr. 725 FPS and Gamo PBA Platinum 9.7 gr. 830 FPS. Best combination of energy and accuracy is from the Beeman, so it is OK for small animals hunting, for the shooting range I use the Crosman. The trigger is the worst part, heavy and with a long travel, affect accuracy a lot, you must control even respiration to obtain good shots. The scope with fixed power 4X32, is of the chinese low end but I can obtain good use of it, many user throw it away, but if you buy this rifle you do not want spend much money. The only think I would like in this rifle must be a bit more of power, maybe some 18 FPE instead of the 14-15 FPE it has. If I want a better scope I could buy it with extra money but until now it is OK. By the way, the scope must be mounted with the screw stop correctly in place and the ring screws very tigth helped with a drop of Loctite in the screw nouse. I learned this when the scope moved backward into the rings and lost the zero with the first 40 pellets. After this work all run easy, however after every shooting session I measure with a calliper the distances between rings, rings and control knobs center and rear ring to rear end in the receiver, so I am sure everything is fine. With more money of course I will have another gun, for example a Webley Valuemax, a Hatsan 95 or a Diana RWS 34, BUT all has higher price tag. My conclusion is that this rifle is OK for the price and I recomend it.
ProsWeight, stock.
ConsTrigger, power mus be a bit high, maybe some 17 FPE instead the 15 FPE it has.
By Jim
Greenville, SC
Exchanged Stoger X20S for Big Cat .22
May 22, 2014
Bought the Stoger X20S, but the gun just didn't fit me. I'm 5'7, 165lbs. The gun is heavy and the scope mount didn't let me get close enough to the eye piece. I called customer service and they arranged to exchange it for the Big Cat 22.

The Big Cat fits me perfect and is much lighter. It doesn't have the silencer, but I really can't tell that much difference. I lot of people complain about the 4x32 Gamo scope and the trigger. Since the effective range of a pellet gun is 20-40 yards the scope works just fine. The trigger is smooth and predictable and I am shooting 1/2" groups at 20 yards. I really don't think I can improve much on that by getting a better scope and trigger!

I did shoot about 20-30 rounds through the Stoeger and its not even close to the Gamo in accuracy. Maybe it would like another pellet better. Thanks to Airgun Depot I have a gun I really like!
By Jia
Riverside, CA
Great rifle for the price and it does everything!
April 1, 2014
Didn't buy this on this site. Had this rifle for years it was my first .22 air rifle. People read reviews for specific reasons so I will say that it does not shoot very well with the regular crosman pellets.

RWS superdome 14.5gr is the king, it even shoots well in my Chinese B3-1 .22 underlever rifle which was $60 shipped on amazon and shoots like crap

The scope include is mil dot and you can't ask for more from a scope that came with it. The glass is mediocre and the settings are sub par but what do you expect from a free scope? Yes I say free because for $129.99 Gamo big cat is a hell of a deal for a very accurate rifle.

It is hold sensitive like all spring rifles but that is up to the shooter to learn how to hold the rifle. It is no longer an issue when the shooter learns what to do to shoot this accurately and continue to do it. A lot of people complain a lot about the hold but it's simple muscle memory like everything else.

If you are looking for a .22 rifle to plink, or hunt and want performance with out the guilt of spending too much then you should get this rifle.

The barrel locks up very well after cocking and loading and shoots very accurately. I haven't touched this in 3 years and i shot it with the wrong hold and no warm up and I still got a sub MOA group in 20 yards. With practice the shots start to touch each other (no pun intended :)
Prosmuch too under priced for the product Shot consistency due to great lock of the barrel quiet reliable well made parts longevity smooth everything except for trigger perfect for teens and up decent accuracy
ConsTrigger is so heavy! scope is sub par (so if you really like this rifle, invest in a better scope) very hold sensitive (like all springers, even nitro pistons guns are hold sensitive) like most air gun stocks they neglect lefty shooters
By Bernie
Shiloh, IL
Sleek and Beautiful
February 19, 2014
When I opened the box and saw my Big Cat with the black stock, I thought about black jungle cats, so I'm telling everyone I got the Jungle Cat version in the Gamo Big Cat series. I like this gun, and while I've not yet had it long enough to shoot more than just a few rounds, I'm impressed with the power it delivers. It's my first .22 cal air rifle. I can't wait to get it sighted-in and start sharpening my shooting skills.
ProsGreat looking gun with a good scope all for a very reasonable price!
ConsTrigger could be better.
By W S.
November 8, 2013
Nice for punching paper, expect to buy a new scope.
Prosnot made in china.
Cons950 with PBA ,
By Harold S.
California, USA
Nice Gun
October 18, 2013
This gun is a nice gun, feels a little cheap but has okay power.
I bought it for small game hunting but it felt more like a target gun.
ProsDurable Good power not to heavy
ConsScope sucked
By Samuel
Asheville North Carolina
scope is not so great. Other than that AWESOME!!!
March 22, 2013
This is a great gun! I spent half of an hour trying to scope it in, with little hope. I went inside and put on a crosman scope I had purchased for $50 and sighted it in within 10 minutes. It shot straight through the wood I was using as a backdrop for the target!!! Very powerful. While sighting it in I dropped a crow!
ProsPower and noise.
Consscope, just replace
By Evan
Lynn, Indiana
Awesome Rifle!
February 11, 2013
When I first got this pellet rifle on my birthday, I was really excited! The next day I went out and shot the rifle at a target. I was just high about four inches. I took it down five clicks. I shot again and was still about an inch too high. So I took it down two clicks. I shot and the pellet was about three inches off. But, the reason it did that was because the wind had blown hard. The wind stopped and I shot again. Boom, I was right on target. I took it out hunting. Plus, it comes with platinum ammo and use that because it is accurate. I used master point pellets to sight in the rifle. I shot a crow with it and killed it. I love this rifle. It is not that expensive for the quality and it has and the power. If you would rather hunt squirrels, rabbits, and ground hogs with a pellet rifle, this would be one of the ones you would want. I really enjoy this rifle. If you are looking for a nice pellet rifle, this would be the one you want for its quality, power, accuracy, and price. It is a very nice pellet rifle, and GAMO shows that.
ProsI love its quality, killing power, accuracy, and price.
ConsIts scope is okay, but not the best. It's barrel is hard to cock at first.
By Roger L.
Santa Inez CA
Gamo big cat .22 caliber excellent rifle
February 8, 2013
I love this rifle. It is very powerful, accurate and it hits hard.
ProsPower Accuracy
ConsStock design Scope
By Stever
Camp Verde, AZ
Not up to ratings
February 6, 2013
I have tested this air rifle with my crony F1 with 15.43 gr Gamo Match pellets avg-600 FPS=12.33 ft pounds, and with 9.4 gr Gamo Platinum pellets avg -875 FPS=15.98 ft pounds. Accuracy is good with the heavy Match pellets but very poor with the lightweight platinum pellets. The lighter pellets will also loss energy very quickly, I bought this rifle to hunt rabbits and smaller game. I am very disappointed with the misleading claims on speed made by Gamo. I will not use this rifle for hunting which is what I bought it for, due to it being underpowered for my intended purpose. I won't chance wounding game due to lack of either power or accuracy. If you are looking for a plinker to practice with, it doe's shoot well with the heaver Match ammo. If you are looking for a rifle to hunt with look elsewhere.
ProsAccurate with match ammo.
ConsUnderpowered for hunting Poor accuracy with light fast ammo
By Danny C.
Pocono Mountains, PA
2 for 2
December 13, 2012
Got the Big Cat delivered by FedEx (earlier than expected, nice job!) in the evening. Dialed in the scope the next morning. Bagged two squirrels before lunch. Both went down on the first shot, so my accuracy rate thus far is 100% on game and 100% on targets as well. After about 50 rounds put through it and playing around with the rifle, I do believe it'll stay that way for some time, if not very close to it.

This rifle is extremely accurate when properly sighted in, provided the shooter does his/her part when firing.

If you're looking for something to hunt small game wtih, this is definitely a solid choice. As others have said, the stopping power is amazing. The first shot I took after sighting it in, I slammed a pellet right into a squirrel's lung and you could literally hear the pop from 35 yards out, when it impacted. I was aiming for the neck on that shot, so I adjusted one click and it's been dead on since. My freezer is gonna be full in no time.
ProsLook, feel, and construction. Stopping power. Ease of use. Perfect for small game.
ConsLack of iron sights - not a deal breaker in any way, though.
Southern California
One amazing rifle!
March 5, 2012
I am not to much of a small game hunter, and I usually use lower FPS air pistols. The Gamo big cat is great for a higher powered target rifle, with the .22 caliber it is extremely accurate with the right rounds. Buyers should definitely consider getting the tin rounds to help with accuracy, and to get the maximum power out of the rifle.
the one downside to the rifle is it is very loud, but it is so worth the trouble.
ProsGood kick easy to operate. very nice scope for the rifle. smooth trigger action.
Consfairly loud rifle.
By John
salem, or
Gamo Big Cat .22 Cal Air Rifle
November 26, 2011
Very nice rifle ,but it does have a lot of polymer parts that aren't going to break but it sort of feels cheap. It has a lot of stopping power.
By jblu40
Gamo Big Cat .22
March 20, 2011
WOW! This air rifle flat out shoots!! First day of shooting I shot multiple 1 hole groups.
By dylan h.
volture hunter!
March 12, 2011
i was thinkin about getting the gamo silent cat .22 cal and i decided to get this and this is just the same thing as the gamo silent same fps comes with the same scope only thig that is differnt is the design and in pellet guns id take the cheepest that does the same and i have a fence in my back yard i say is 1/2 the size of a 2/4 and it shot threw

1 and a half of the fence! i used high volicity pellets to do this and normal lead pellets go threw the 1 wood of my fence and 1/4 of the other and i shot a volture today and it was from about 40-50 yards and i got a head shot! 1 shot 1 kill is all it take for this rifle so get it and u wont regret it
By Devlin
Gamo Big Cat
January 26, 2011
I got a Beretta elite 2 and that was alright, however, this was the main "package" and I couldn't be happier about it. The gun has a satisfying crisp pop when it shoots. The gun itself looks nice..... enough pleasantries... The range is pretty good considering how cheap it it. The glass bottle menace never stood a chance. This thing will not doubt eat a squirrel for breakfast. I got some hollow point 22's and I'm semi-scared of this thing. My last bb rifle (.117) shot at point blank gave me a wussy blood bruise. This thing would really hurt. I feel for the small game behind this barrel once the snow stops and I hit the forests. This gun was easily worth it considering the price.

My only complaint was lack of iron sights. I am slightly po'd it didn't have them, the scope is mediocre (what did you expect?) but it does the job.

If your looking for a cheap (in price) pellet gun to have a good time with, this would be it. Totally recommend this gun considering price and performance. I've had a blast with it and I will continue to do so. Also, this site has great prices (I cross referenced), so this is where to buy it.

Awesome gun. Can't verify the speed, but it goes through a glass bottle at 50 yards and then travels through a 1/3 inch wooden backstop... gonna need a new one hehe.

Very worth it.
By ethan
December 31, 2010
this is a great gun...easy to work i still havent read the instructions, i have bought a few guns guns from this website and this is my favorite especially for its surprisingly low price i sujest this gun to all who enjoy target shooting or hunting small animals
By Machewl
September 12, 2010
I went browsing around for the best price/performance squirrel killing gun, and this is my ultimatum. I wanted the stopping power, I wanted the penetration, and I wanted the ease of use. The scope has been tricky to sight, but I got it really close. It took a long while, but everything's turned out completely fine. The gun is soooo strong. It kicks a lot, and you legitimately feel the power in your hands. The friction from the pellets being shot at such high speeds causes legitimate smoke. I've deduced that the oil on the pellets cause this. Great shooter overall, I feel like the price is right, and the power is really great.
July 3, 2010
Holy frick
I really underestimated this gun. While trying to sight it in the gun was able to kick back and cut my eye brow. I was holding the gun loosely and I was 2" back. I have never known a pellet gun to kick and wouldn't have believed that a pellet gun could if you told me. Still need to fine tune the sight but this is easily the most powerful pellet gun I have ever seen. This is the first week and will edit after a few months with the gun.
By Robert F.
Nice Gun, Great Price
June 29, 2010
In short. Well Worth $140.
Very plastic feel to stock, but other than that, it feels very sturdy.
Surprisingly easy to cock.
No significant kick either, as I understand others with these velocities tend to have.
I had heard the .177 version is fairly loud, and was surprised that this is quieter than my CO2 BB pistol.
Scope is more than sufficient for < 50 yards which based upon what I see is effective range of .22 pellets.
By awesomeo 3.
its a cool gun not gone a lie
June 27, 2010
great gun you should get it ive been killing squirrls birds other small animals i love it
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By chris from new york on December 12, 2011
how far can this gun hit a bottom of a soda can ? consitently ?
By Staff on December 29, 2011

about 40 yards depending on the shooter, conditions, and pellets.

By joseph from Victoria BC on August 15, 2012
its a BB gun right?

By Staff on August 16, 2012

This is actually a pellet gun. It uses .22 cal pellets. BB's are .177 caliber. BB's will fit in .177 cal pellet guns. The bb's will mess up the rifling in the barrel of pellet guns.

By Smittyd from Augusta, GA on December 3, 2011
Is this a good squirrel gun?
By nate from pa on December 6, 2011

yeah the .22 is a factor to when it comes to small game hunting because the pellet can just go through anything
By evan from Va on December 15, 2011

it goes right through the squirell and kills them istantly because of the .22 cal. rounds.
By Conor from Sunnyside, WA on February 10, 2012

Yep. Perfect.

By yuri from Vernal, UT on May 13, 2012
I'm interested in buying a Gamo Big Cat,but im not sure whether to get the .177cal or .22cal. im going to use this gun to kill skunks that come in eat my chick eggs and quails etc.. also i was wondering which caliber is able to kill a fox
By Staff on May 16, 2012

you will want a .22 if you are going to be trying to kill anything.
It hits so much harder.

By Daniel V. from Vassalboro,Maine on December 21, 2011
In the desc. it says "Single shot" does that mean the loading capacity is one? (Holds one bb/pellet) then you have to open the barrel and reaload by hand? Or does it have a clip with it or something?

Let me know thx,dan
By Staff on January 7, 2012

Yes break barrel rifles are all single shot. You put one pellet in at a time.
By Conor from Sunnyside, WA on February 10, 2012

Yes, exactly how you described it.....that's how it is done.

By turtle555 from texas,houston on December 23, 2011
what is better for hunting the gamo bigcat .22 or the gamo bgcat .177

Also, what is the biggest thing this could take down a turkey fox racoon coyote?

By Staff on January 7, 2012

The big cat .22 is better. It has a lot more knockdown power. We always recommend .22 cal and up for hunting anything bigger than birds, rats etc. for smaller pests .177 cal works just fine.

By mike from pa on January 9, 2012

well both are great I have both and once you shoot them you can see that its realy up to you one has better speed 177 and penatrates deeper the other is slower 22 but has more energy leaves bigger hole but if shot placment is good you will be amazed at what it will take down wild hog and down for 22 and coyote and down for the177. thats not saying the 177 wont kill a hog just have not tried it yet. hope this was helpful
By Conor from Sunnyside, WA on February 10, 2012

Go for the .22, but don't take a coyote with it....use something a lot bigger.

By Austin from Baton Rouge, Louisana on January 11, 2012
How does the scope that comes with the gamo big cat work I want to know so I won't have to buy a scope for it
By Conor from Sunnyside, WA on January 31, 2012

Adjust the dials till they coincide with the POI.

By Fred Oneal from Maryland on April 30, 2012
I bought thie big cat gamo 22cal & purchased a leapers 5th gen 9x40 scope. I really like the scope, but cannot get it zero in.. I get it real close and put it away for the night and go to shoot it the next day and it is off again. Sometimes it will work for days with out fail and try to dial it in and the whole thing goes back to square one! I am shooting from about 25' and can not hit the middle unless, I compansate with the mil dots. Will this scope work for this gun??
By Staff on May 3, 2012

That scope should work fine, so you may have a defective scope. I would recommend returning or exchanging your scope (As long as you are still in warranty coverage) and trying another to see if you have the same problem.

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