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Gamo MP9 Blowback Dual Ammo Submachine Gun

Double & Single Action Trigger
  • Code: 611137454 · .177 · 450 fps
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Shoot either steel BBs or lead pellets with the Gamo MP9 Submachine Gun. Delivers 8 shots in less than 1 second! A replica of the B+T (Brugger + Thomet) MP9 9x19 SMG (a Swiss manufacturer). Featuring a single or double action trigger along with authentic blowback action. Gamo's MP9 gives you all the fun, with less noise and for a cheaper price! Features:
  • Shoots .177 Cal Pellets or BBs
  • Blowback Action!
  • Powered by 12-gram Co2
  • MP9 Submachine
  • Semi-automatic
  • Magazine Holds 16 Rounds
  • Single and Double Action
  • 9.46 lbs. trigger-pull in double-action, 9.24 lbs. in single-action
  • Fixed Front Sight
  • Adjustable Rear Sight (for windage)
  • Locking- Folding Buttstock
  • Buttstock Length Adjusts 12" to 21"
  • Up to 80 Shots Per Co2 Cartridge
  • Not recommended to use with long skirt pellets as this will ruin your magazine. This includes: Red Fire, Blue Flame, Glow Fire, PBA Bullet, Magnum, Master Point, Rocket or TS-10
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  • ManufacturerGamo
  • Caliber .177
  • Velocity 450 fps
  • Condition New
  • Ammo Type Pellets
  • Action Semiautomatic
  • Barrel Style Rifled
  • Fire Mode Repeater
  • Gun Weight 3.00
  • Overall Length 21.00
  • Barrel Length 0.00
  • Loudness 4-Medium-High
  • Magazine Capacity 0
  • Mechanism CO2
  • Rail Weaver/Picatinny
  • Safety Manual
  • Front Sights Post
  • Rear Sights Adjustable for windage
  • Shots per Fill 80
  • Trigger Adjustability 0
  • Trigger Action Double-Action & Single-Action
  • Use Plinking/Fun
  • Warranty 1-year limited warranty
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By AndrzejAugust 30, 2015

Things I liked: Very compact, Well made, and the "Polymer" plastic used is solid, Unlike some manufacturers who tend to skimp on this part. Although stated as being "Blowback", I think the True definition of "Blowback" should be a little more Informative, because the Gamo MP9 is certainly not the same as the Gamo P25, or PT85 in that term, With an added Leapers UTG CQB R/G Dot sight(3.9"), It's surprisingly accurate to around 25 ft, The first 8 rounds, come out "Screaming", but steadily diminish, and by the end of the 2nd mag, You'll be changing your Co2 cart. Things I would have changed: Fiber Optic sights, Adjustable for elevation in the least, Package it with 2 magazines,, Also make it a True "Blowback" a/g, as well as using 2 Co2 carts, much like Umarex/Winchester. What others should know: If you bought this a/g, and would like to get extra magazines, The magazines used in thw Winchester M14/M4 are a direct fit, and function Flawlessly After some investigative "digging", I've found that the "Blow-Back" feature claimed by this a/g's ad vertising to be "Internal", Yes, Internal, where no one can see it in operation,,,Heck, even Crosmans 'NightStalker" had "minor" visible blow-back, not much, but at-least you see what was going on. Makes me wonder what the guy's in Gamos design dept,.were thinking when they came up with that one. At-least have a cocking handle that moves back and forth or something to say 'YES! I truly am an a/g w/ "Blow-Back" features,,LOL!!!. BTW, I still love this gunand would buy another in a heartbeat if need be, Cheer's, Andy.I forgot to mention what ammo this lil' shooter likes, Crosman Premeir SuperPoints came out on top after multiple pellet tests, Although for the first 8 shots you'll see a 1.5" higher P.O.I., So I chose to go with a heavy round for the first 8 shots, H&N Baracuda Match rounds with a h/z of 4.53mm puts them all inthe black w/ one ragged hole (@ 10M), As far as alloy rounds, I found H&N FTT Greens nudged out Crosmans SSP's @ 10 meters in accuracy, but came out on top in velocity nearing 550fps.Also, make sure to add a drop of lube to the top of each fresh cart, and the top of the air port for leak free usage, All in All, A Great addition to your collection

By jakeUSANovember 18, 2014

This gun aIs awesome realistic look no feel

Shoots pellets

Not automatic

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can I get a decent looking suppressor for this gu

asked Mike

Hello, can I add a barrel extension to that?

asked Vaggelis

I am assuming this gun has a removable stock. Correct? Thanks

asked Edwin from USA

Can I see an owners manual?

asked Rod

9.24 pounds double-action trigger pull ad 9.23 pounds in single action? Is that true? Oh and it's semi-auto only, right?

asked Faye

For anyone interested in getting extra magazines, The Winchester M14/M4 fit and function flawlessly, and are a good substitute for the original Gamo, If they ever decide to sell any,LOL.

asked Andy Santi

Has anyone brought the mp9 yet? It seems like a good buy compared to the cyber uzi that is fairly over priced.

asked derrick from USA

I own them both. It's a toss up. The UZI is all metal and uses a spring loaded magazine. The Gamo is plastic and uses the 8x8 rotary mag. The Uzi has adjustable sights, the Gamo doesn't. The Uzi is Co2 hungry while the Gamo is more efficient. The Uzi blowback is very distinguishable whereas the Gamo doesn't really have much at all. The Gamo has a bit of space up front for a foregrip, though finding a good one that doesn't look ridiculous on this small gun might be a challenge. I ended up getting an angled grip and cutting the front bit off so that just the angled part remained. It works pretty well for a hackjob. The Uzi grip is really thick and can be uncomfortable. As a left handed shooter the selector switch, which is oddly pointy for some reason, really digs into my hand. With the full auto conversion, the Uzi is a blast to shoot but the metal foldable stock can sting the cheek a bit if you're like me and try to aim while going auto. The Gamo is semi, and fires nicely though aiming is a bit tricky which brings me to my next point. Above all the thing that annoys me most about the Gamo is the way the foldable stock bends when pressed against the shoulder, like some child's toy. It makes any sort of true aiming difficult if not impossible as you can never be sure to get the same eye line twice. The least they could have done was make it sturdy enough not to flex when pressure is applied. I almost returned it for the "toys-R-Us" like feeling it gives off at first blush. That being said, it's quite unique and being capable of shooting both pellets and BBs is one of those guns that allows for a bit of variety. I also own the Winchester MP4 (by far and away my favorite gun), that also uses the same rotary magazines, so if I don't feel like dragging that big bad baby out I can use this and have two mags to use. It's a neat little plinker but don't think it can be much more than it is out of the box. I messed with a few different sights and could never really get the accuracy I tend to strive for. For the money, the Gamo is a tad overpriced. It's not a BAD gun, but you could do better for over $100, though if you're serious about your collection, you'll probably buy this one anyway just because it is so different.

Michael from USA

Ok very powerful, only pellets single action , no automatic cybergun KWC, is more realistik blowback the Mp9 KWA is better, but they male it only 6nm, anyway gamo Made a good job , Funny GUN good precision 20 meters And the price is good. Hi Nicolò Italy

Nicolò from Italy
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