Gamo Big Cat 1250 Air Rifle 177 Caliber Pellet Black Synthetic Stock Blue Barrel with Gamo Airgun Scope 4x 32mm Matte
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The Gamo Big Cat 1250 Air Rifle will go the distance for 1000's of rounds at hunting and target shooting in any weather. This rifle features an upgraded butt plate over the Big Cat 1200. Comes with a package of 50 PBA Platinum pellets.
Caliber: 177 Cal
Weight: 6.1 lbs
Overall Length: 43.3"
Barrel Length: 18.0"
Magazine Capacity: Single Shot
Cocking Effort: 30 lbs
Trigger Pull: 3.74 lbs
Trigger Type: Two-stage adjustable
Max Muzzle Velocity: 1250 fps
Action: Break Barrel
Power Source: Spring Piston
Scope: 4x 32mm
Front Sight: None
Rear Sight: None
Note: Some break barrel action guns may be harder to break then others. It may take added force to break open the barrel for the first couple uses, after several uses, it will become easier. It is recommended to break it open, however not fully cock the gun, 10 times to loosen the barrel and make it easier for future use.