Gamo 6110065654 Big Cat 1250 .177 Caliber Air Rifle with Scope
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- 0.177 caliber single shot air rifle with a 4x magnification, 32-millimeter objective rifle scope
- Shoots 1250 feet per second (FPS) with PBA Platinum
- Single cocking system; non-slip checkering on the grip and forearm
- Synthetic stock with polymer over-molded precision rifled steel (fluted) barrel
- One-year limited warranty; not for sale in some specific zip codes
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The Big Cat Air Rifle comes with a 4x32 Rifle Scope with rings.
- Velocity: 1250 feet per second (FPS) with PBA, 1000 FPS with lead
- Single shot
- Break Barrel: single cocking system
- Automatic cocking safety system
- Manual trigger safety
- Barrel: fluted polymer jacketed steel
- Trigger: second stage adjustable
- Stock: tough all weather molded synthetic
- Butt plate: ventilated rubber pad for recoil absorption
- Cheekpiece: twin cheek pads (comfortable for ambidextrous shooting)
- Checkering: non-slip texture design on grip and forearm
- Scope Ramp: grooved receiver
- Magnification: 4x
- Objective Diameter: 32 millimeters
- Scope includes rings
- Weight: 6.1 pounds
- Length: 43.3 inches
- Ammunition: any 0.177 pellet
- Caliber: 0.177
- Trigger Pull: 3.74 pounds
- Cocking Effort: 30 pounds
- Barrel Length: 18 inches
Please Note: Gamo airguns are not toys and are recommended for use by those 16 years of age or older. Adult supervision is required. Misuse or careless use may cause serious injury. Do not brandish or display your airgun in public. It may confuse people and it may be a crime. Police and others may think an airgun is a firearm. Do not change the coloration or markings to make it look more like a firearm. Buyer and user should conform to all laws governing the use and ownership of their airgun. The person handling the airgun and anyone nearby should always wear protective eyewear. Read all instructions before using. Always use care and shoot safely.
Top Customer Reviews
The gun itself feels very solid, and it's reasonably heavy so it doesn't feel like a toy. The stock feels a little cheap, but it is made of all-weather polymer, so it's understandable. The barrel is jacketed in polymer as well. The gun doesn't come with iron sights, which is a bummer, but not the end of the world. Thus, you need a scope, which brings me to my only real complaint.
The scope it comes with is complete garbage. It has only one magnification of 4x, and it has some serious focusing issues. With most scopes I can focus on both the crosshairs and the target, or at least one or the other. With this scope, I can't even get the crosshairs to focus properly. Luckily, I had a very nice BSA scope to use. I didn't even need another scope, so it would be nice if GAMO offered the Big Cat 1250 without making you pay for a crappy scope.
While on the topic of scopes, make sure you mount the scope mounts properly. It is not enough to just adjust the horizontal screws, you also need to have one of the mounts to screw in vertically into the receiver. The mounts the gun comes with has this, so use it. If you don't, your scope will eventually fall off, or at least go off it's zeroing.
Now for the most important factor: how does it shoot? The answer: wonderfully. The strength needed to cock the gun was much less than I expected, but I do have a pretty strong build, so maybe it's just me. Once I got shooting, I had the scope zeroed in at 35 meters with only about 10 shots. Some people complain that this gun is inaccurate, but these people are most likely shooting the gun incorrectly.Read more ›
Now, for a 140$ gun, you can't go wrong buying it. Just do not expect anything better than 1/2" group at 30 ft, and anything good after 100 yards. For the price it's good, but it is not the most accurate out there. Just remember about the right pellet and a clean barrel, and you should be good. Gun is made in Spain too! This thing has best penetration with the pointed pellets, even over PBA. Blasted right through shee t metal, coffee cans, etc.. I expect to be able to hunt up to a raccoon with this rifle.Read more ›
The actual pellet rifle is great. When I first shot it, I used the included PBA ammunition. It was loud. REALLY loud. Like a .22. I did some research and found out that the pellets were actually breaking the sound barrier and creating a sonic boom, much like a whip crack. I started using some crosman hunter lead pellets and it brought the FPS just below 1000. The sonic boom is gone, but occasionally I hear it. The pellets much be like 99% bad.
The scope is garbage. I recommend buying a 11mm to picatinny adapter. It will also act as a scope riser, which you will need. You will also need either a new scope and mounts, or a red dot sight. Everything is high quality. It is the perfect wight and balance. The safety seems to be solid. Believe it or not, it actually kicks and hurts after a while if you set it on your shoulder just right. And I actually have something to compare to after being an avid marksman with .270's and 30-06's. It is not the most accurate thing in the world. Its find for squirrels and small mammals but I'd just switch to real firearms for anything bigger than a raccoon.
You really need to be careful with pellet rifles this powerful. It won't just put out eyes.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
very good gun very powerful I would recommend a better scope,but good enough for pricePublished 6 days ago by luis zelaya
A very good air rifle When I used the Raptor ammo. The scope is not one I would choose but it came with it. Good deal for the money.Published 19 days ago by Amazon Customer
Having trouble with getting the scope to sight in properly. And you can't take the scope off because there aren't any normal sights on the gun to use it without a scope.Published 20 days ago by Amazon Customer
Love it. Dead on after I zeroed in my sights.
Let a friend shoot it, suprise of the power.