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Gamo Wildcat Whisper

Available in .177, Features the Inert Gas Technology (IGT) piston
Only $139.99
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  • Code: AGD-39847610 · $139.99 · .177 · 1300 fps
Estimated in stock date is 11-22-21
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The Gamo Wildcat Whisper Air Rifle uses Gamo's IGT (Inert Gas Technology) gas piston to launch pellets for faster, more consistent shots. Gas piston pellet guns are smooth cocking, function in cold weather, and last longer than metal spring powered guns. Shooting a .177 PBA Platinum alloy pellet at 1350 fps makes this an ideal pellet gun for hunting small game and pest control. A 4x32mm airgun scope allows you to pick-off small, hard-to-see targets. Gamo's noise-muting Whisper Technology, with a double integrated noise dampener, makes the Wildcat ultra quiet, reducing the risk of spooking animals and increasing your opportunities of hitting multiple pesky targets. The Gamo Wildcat Whisper Air Rifle combines maximum performance with all-weather durability featuring a tough all-weather synthetic stock.

Gamo Wildcat Whisper Air Rifle Features
  • Inert Gas Technology (IGT) gas piston
  • Breakbarrel
  • Single-shot
  • Shoots a .177 pellet at 1350 fps, .22 = 975 fps
  • Whisper noise suppressing Technology reduces noise by 52%
  • All-weather synthetic Monte Carlo stock
  • Ventilated buttpad
  • Manual trigger safety
  • Steel jacketed, rifled barrel
  • Includes 4x32mm scope

Benefits of the IGT over a metal mainspring
  • Smoother cocking
  • Smoother shooting
  • No spring torque
  • No spring fatigue, even if you leave it cocked for hours
  • Functions perfectly in cold weather
  • Lasts longer than a metal spring
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  • ManufacturerGamo
  • Caliber.177
  • Velocity1300 fps
  • ConditionNew
  • Ammo TypePellets
  • ActionBreak barrel
  • Barrel StyleRifled
  • Fire ModeSingle-shot
  • Gun Weight5.64
  • Overall Length44.50
  • Barrel Length19.10
  • Loudness3-Medium
  • Magazine Capacity1
  • MechanismGas-piston
  • RailYes
  • SafetyManual
  • Front Sights0
  • Rear Sights0
  • Shots per Fill0
  • Trigger Adjustability0
  • Trigger Action0
  • UseSmall game hunting/plinking
  • Warranty1-year limited warranty
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By JimDecember 31, 2020

Bought this not really knowing much about Gammo. Had a Diana RWS 48 for decades that was spot on. The Gammo is of course lighter which I like, and have no problems any of the gun's mechanisms. Little on the loud side but that's ok. Better results with RWS 8.4 gr pellets than Crossman 7.9. Scope is ok for the price but takes time to adjust or zero in. Scoped at twenty yards and is accurate over 40. Overall pleased with knocking squirrels out of trees in my yard.

Better grade scope which of course increases cost of the rifle.

By Ignacio September 7, 2020

I have now owned this gun for a few years and I can say this Gun is a tack driver and hits hard But I would only recommend it for plank shooting unless you a good shot and take head shots only. My biggest suggestion with this gun would be to buy a new scope because the gamo scope will not hold a zero and will eventually break after a outing or two! Gamo will replace under warranty but after two breaking from sheer kick alone it wasn’t worth going back a third time.

Scope needs to be replaced with a better one because the gamo scopes are as bad as they come

By GSFDecember 11, 2019 Verified Purchase

Break action is a little slow for shooting vermin in your yard but powerful and accurate to do the job in one shot if you are skilled and not rushed. A challenge for junior shooters to cock, seniors no problem, setting up the scope takes a lot of time and patience. Open sites would be a nice addition to the scope.

By Jefferson B.August 13, 2018

Still cannot sight scope in any closer than a 4 in. group at 25 yrds. Gun Is great and unlike some of the other reviewers I knew it would be as loud as a 22lr when moving at 1300 fps. Looking for a much better scope.


Weight and scope.

By Dave S.July 26, 2018

Great air rifle. This is my first air rifle so I can't really compare it to others. Not as quiet as I thought it would be but still relatively noiseless compared to the firearms I own. I bought it to hit critters and scare the turkeys that have been terrorizing my land. Hit a turkey from over 50 yards yesterday without even having sighted in the scope. Scared it and its friends. Very happy with my purchase.

By DerrickJuly 11, 2018

I’ve had the luxury of shooting the varmiter and the wildcat whisper both are great air rifles sighted in 15 min tops with scopes that came with them decent although they were timid at first but once I hit the mark they are both tack drivers at 40 to 50 yards with a 7.9 gr pellets I couldn’t believe the accuracy. Wow!!!!

For the money one of the best on the market

None now

By GenoJuly 9, 2018

It’s loud anything but a whisper Powerful at 985 fps Light weight Scope is worthless

Powerful and light


By scottMarch 16, 2018

got the .177 about a month ago shot a few hundred lead pellets and accurate...then i got the pba platinum and at a measured 50 yards dime size groups and yes the pba platinums are loud and i love it!!! plan to use it for squirrels with lead pellets it likes the gamo bullet & pointed 7.1 grain the are almost silent.. now then the scope..welllll its a scope..gonna upgrade soon whole lot of fun for $120.. i guess i got lucky with this gamo what i have read on the web most people hate them...try the pba platinums



By JohnJanuary 29, 2018

Former Marine not easily impressed . But after 1 hour with this gun I'm impressed. Haven't messed with a pellet gun since I was a kid with the old pump up crosman ( boy what a differents in 30 years) . Bought this Gamo after reading the reviews at my local farm store. Wanted something to take out a few squirrels in my yard. Pulled it out of the box and slapped on the scope. 1st shot off hand at 10 yards at a milk jug top on a chuck of log was 5 inches to the right . so I shot again to make sure it just wasn't me and it hit same area . made a scope adjustment and 3rd shot was dead on . put another cap at 20 yards . next 2 shots where a little right . was shooting gamo 7.9 gr. lead so I changed to a heavier gamo 10.5 gr. started smoking the cap . looks like it likes the heavier pellets . Going to try some other pellets and see what happens. Will update after trying some other pellets and dropping a few squirrels. for 120 bucks this thing rocks .

price , power , performance

don't have any yet .

By Robert M.January 2, 2018

received my order with in a weak I mounted scope had zeroed very quick this gun is very accurate .After reading reviews I knew scope was knot top line but works very good for me at 60ft.



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Best bi-pod for gamo wildcat whisper .177 rifle

asked DONALD from USA

Can this gun work with slugs

asked Nathan from USA

Does it come with Dovetail rails? Weaver?

asked James from USA

What are the most accurate pellets for the .22

asked Nik from USA

OK, the scope is terrible. Who has suggestions on a quality and affordable scope for this gun?

asked Heath from USA

I got an inexpensive utg 4 x 32, but that did not solve the accuracy problem until getting a scope mounting kit with alignment and lapping bars. Now after mounting everything to torque, I'm finally doing a quarter-size group at 20 yards. It took a several shots once I had it mounted and following all procedures for it to stabilize.

Duff from USA

Look at the Leapers/UTG line of scopes.

Mark from USA

What is the max grain of pellet for this rifle? E

asked E. Sepulveda

What is oft gas piston

asked Leau Hall

Hi all :), I'm looking to buy a pellet gun to use mostly for hunting. I'm going to mostly be using it to kill rabbits, wild pigs, birds, and kangaroos. The guns I'm looking at to kill these animals are the Camo Big Cat 1250, Gamo Whisper Silent Cat, 177 cal and the Gamo Wildcat Whisper. Which one of these would have the most power, accuracy and being able to shoot far distances? Please only comment if you know what you're talking about because I really only want an expert opinion as these are a pest to me making a living as I live on a farm. Thanks Sam

asked Sam

What pellet does it have best accuracy with at about 50yrs or so?

asked Brandon Bennett

What sized groups are you getting with the .22

asked Bennett

What is the best ammo for this rifle in .177 caliber. And what is the max kill yardage for squirrels

asked Matthew Carter

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asked Levi Berg
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