Weight 7.66 lbs



1,250 feet per second (fps) with PBA Platinum


Single cocking system.

Noise dampening:



Spring piston.


Fluted polymer jacketed rifled steel barrel.


Adjustable Trigger.


Automotive grade glass filled nylon all-weather.


Non-Slip texture on grip and forearm.

Recoil Pad:

Ventilated rubber.


Manual safety and automatic cocking safety system.


GAMO 4×32 scope with rings (shockproof, fogproof)


Grooved cylinder.


1 Year.


5.47 lbs.


43.3 in.

Length of Pull:

14.2 in


Any .177 Cal. Pellet.

Trigger Pull:

3.53 lbs.

Barrel Length:

17.8 in.

Cocking Effort:

30 lbs.

The GAMO Varmint Air Rifle shoots a .177 PBA Platinum alloy pellet at 1250 fps, making it an ideal pellet gun for hunting small game, pest control and target practice. A 4x32mm scope allows you to pick-off small, hard-to-see targets. Combined with its performance features, the Varmint comes with an all weather molded synthetic stock with non-slip texturing on the pistol grip and forearm. A Monte Carlo cheek pad aligns your eye with the scope and a rubber recoil pad keeps the butt stock firmly planted on the shoulder. The Gamo Varmint Air Rifle functions with a break barrel, spring-powered cocking system and has an automatic cocking safety system.

1 review for Varmint .177 caliber break barrel air rifle

  1. Thomas Parson (verified owner)

    This is my second time purchasing a GAMO VARMINT .177 cal rifle and if this one lasts as long as my first one I will be more than pleased. I bought my first one used and I am sure it was shot a bunch before I put many more pellets down range with it myself. I bought it to mainly shoot squirrels and deter trash pandas (aka coons) from getting into my garbage receptacles. The rifle packed a bigger punch down range than i had imagined. The best shooting pellets, to my experience, are the flat nosed match grade pellets. Those pellets cut holes of prior shots at most ranges inside 30 yards for me and when they hit a squirrel, he’s coming out of that tree and most of the time its from being knocked out by force of the impact. The only draw back was the scope. it was rattling right out of the box. I couldn’t quite run it down as to what it was but i assumed it was a loose lens inside. No biggy, as i had a scope on the other rifle that gave up the ghost on me after several years of absolute enjoyment. If you are a hunter and enjoy squirrel hunting or you are a deer hunter and want to bust those pestering narks that keep barking at you, this gun is perfect!

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