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Gamo P-25 Blowback .177 Cal Pellet Pistol

Gamo P-25 Blowback .177 Cal Pellet Pistol

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  • List Price $109.95
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  • Code: 611138054 · 0.177 cal · 450 fps ·
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The P25 Blowback CO2 powered air pistol is equipped with the Blowback feature. This innovative technique provides a realistic action and an authentic look and feel utilizing a small portion of air to move the slide backward when firing. A rifled steel barrel and textured grip are also features of this new air pistol that is capable of 450fps with Gamo's PBA® Platinum Pellets.

Note: Only standard-skirt pellets should be used with the P-25 Blowback pistols. To avoid damaging your magazine, never use long-skirt pellets, such as: Red Fire, Blue Flame, Glow Fire, PBA Bullet, or TS-10.


  • Caliber- .177
  • Ammunition: Pellet
  • Velocity: 450 FPS
  • Powerplant: CO2
  • Weight: 1.5 lbs
  • Overall Length: 7.75"
  • Capacity: 16 Rounds (Double-Sided Mag)
  • Barrel: Rifled
  • Front Sight: Blade
  • Rear Sight: Fixed
  • Scopeable: No
  • Trigger: Double and Single-Action
  • Action: Semiautomatic
  • Safety: Manual
  • Repeater: Repeater
  • Blowback: Yes


  • Uses 12-gram CO2 Cartridge
  • 16-Round Double Sided Pellet Magazine
  • Double-/Single-Action Trigger
  • Realistic Feel With Blowback Action
  • Stylized Comfortable Grip
  • Lighweight Synthetic Frame
  • Fixed Sights with Reflective White Dots
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  • ManufacturerGamo
  • Caliber0.177 cal
  • Velocity450 fps
  • ConditionNew
  • Ammo TypePellets
  • Barrel StyleRifled
  • BlowbackYes
  • Fire ModeSemi-Automatic
  • Gun Weight1.5 lbs
  • Overall Length7.75 inches
  • Magazine Capacity16
  • MechanismCO2
  • RailWeaver Mount
  • UsePlinking
  • Warranty1 Year Limited
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Gamo P-25 Blowback .177 Cal Pellet Pistol
5 Stars based on 4 Review(s)
Mayaguez, PR
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Another great pistol !
December 12, 2012
Really nice pistol, it has lots of power compared to other pistols and the blowback feature helps you practice for a real hand gun. Compared to the PT-85 I it feels like it's a little bit more powerful but quite a bit less accurate.
Power, blowback, weight, and the handle.
4 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

April 6, 2012
It feels bulky but fires with realistic feel
Ammunition loadin c storage. Fast and easy hidden canister compartment Cons bulky

5 Stars

Gamo P-25
September 4, 2011
If you're looking for power,feel of a real gun,blowback action,practice practical shooting,and alternative for personal protection don't go further anymore this is it,highly recommended.

5 Stars

June 12, 2011
its a very good and effective gun for pest control at a short distance

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By dylan from arvada colorado on May 21, 2012
Im 13 years old i bought so many guns i cant tell u how many i have bought. have u shot this gun? do u like it? do u get alot of returns with this gun/
By Staff on May 24, 2012

Hello, I personally like the p-25. it's a very good gamo gun. It's pretty durable honestly.

By Christian from Texas on February 25, 2012
CO2 cartridge(s) included?
By Staff on March 1, 2012

Co2 sold separately.

By scott from marietta, GA on February 8, 2012
how many shots per CO2 cartridge?
By Conor from Sunnyside, WA on February 13, 2012

I think like 50-70 if I remember right.
By Willy D from USA on February 13, 2012

Using a fairly standard wad-cutter round Iím getting about 80 shots (five full clips) before any noticeable decrease in power or accuracy. Iím very satisfied.

By Ryan from Winnipeg, Manitoba on April 19, 2012
Can you use the Beeman Crow-Magnum Pellets- .177 Cal with this air gun?
By Staff on April 20, 2012

Yes, you can use any average length .177 pellet in this gun.

By CheerfulCurmudgeon from East of Boston on April 20, 2012
What is the effective distance and maximum distance? If I want to make some dirt pop up in front of a coyote how close does the critter have to be to be surprised?
By Staff on April 23, 2012

"effective" distance depends on what you are trying to do with the gun.
Hit a target (20-25 yards)
kill an animal (5-10 yards)
as for scaring a coyote, that depends on the coyote. I recommend just shooting it though since this gun won't kill a coyote.

By bu from virginia on June 22, 2012
Just bought me a gamo P-25, 2 days ago and it already jammed the magazine on its 2nd C02 tank.
the magazine wont come out. What a waste. Any suggestions out there?

By Brandon V from scottsdale, AZ on June 22, 2012

Try holding the slide back or if it has a slide lock on it use that, then try removing.

By John from Lyndora, PA on June 29, 2012
I have a Gamo P-25 Can someone tell me what size and brand of holster to get Thanks

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