I've found some of the Gamo videos to be a bit misleading. To suggest that a Gamo is adequate for wild boar is stretching things a mite. Plus they tend to be gratuitous and, to me, short on hunting ethics. My son's gotten into watching hunting shows on one of the cable channels and I've sampled a few. They looked mighty canned to me with emphasis only on pulling the trigger - no woods and stalking skills nor follow-up.
Maybe the other companies feel they don't have to advertise like this. Their sales and reputations don't seem to be suffering.
What, me worry???