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Gamo Silent Cat .177 Owners Manual

Gamo Silent Cat .177 Owners Manual

The Gamo Silent Cat .177 is a break barrel air rifle that shoots .177 caliber lead or alloy pellets. It is designed to be quiet, accurate, and powerful, with a velocity of up to 1200 fps. The Gamo Silent Cat .177 features a polymer jacketed rifled steel barrel, an automatic cocking safety, a manual trigger safety, a two-stage adjustable trigger, a synthetic stock with a cheekpiece and a rubber recoil pad, a 4x32 scope, and a noise dampener that reduces the sound by 52%.

This article will provide you with the instructions on how to use, maintain, and troubleshoot your Gamo Silent Cat .177 air rifle. You can also download the official manual from [here].

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How to Use Your Gamo Silent Cat .177 Air Rifle

Before you use your Gamo Silent Cat .177 air rifle, you must read and understand the following safety rules:

  • Always treat your air rifle as if it is loaded and ready to fire.

  • Always point your air rifle in a safe direction. Never point it at people or animals, even if it is not loaded.

  • Always wear eye and ear protection when shooting or handling your air rifle.

  • Always keep your finger off the trigger until you are ready to shoot.

  • Always check the barrel for obstructions before loading and shooting.

  • Always use the correct ammunition for your air rifle. Do not use steel BBs or damaged pellets.

  • Always store your air rifle unloaded, with the safety on, and out of reach of children and unauthorized persons.

  • Always follow the local laws and regulations regarding the use and ownership of air rifles.

To load and shoot your Gamo Silent Cat .177 air rifle, follow these steps:

  • Make sure the safety is on. The safety lever is located on the right side of the receiver, behind the breech. Push it forward to engage the safety (red dot hidden) and pull it back to disengage the safety (red dot visible).

  • Hold the stock firmly with your left hand and tap the barrel near the muzzle with your right hand to break it open. Pull the barrel down until it locks in place.

  • Insert a pellet into the breech, with the skirt facing the stock. Make sure the pellet is flush with the breech and not protruding.

  • Return the barrel to its original position until it locks in place. Do not slam or force the barrel.

  • Aim at a safe target. Disengage the safety by pulling it back. Squeeze the trigger gently to fire.

  • To shoot again, repeat steps 2 to 5.

To mount and sight in your scope, follow these steps: