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Gamo P-25 Blowback Pellet Pistol

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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. Features:
  • 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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Specs
  • ManufacturerGamo
  • Caliber.177
  • Velocity450 fps
  • ConditionNew
  • Ammo TypePellets
  • ActionSemiautomatic
  • Barrel StyleRifled
  • Fire ModeRepeater
  • Gun Weight1.50
  • Overall Length7.75
  • Barrel Length0.00
  • Loudness4-Medium-High
  • Magazine Capacity0
  • MechanismCO2
  • RailNo
  • SafetyManual
  • Front SightsBlade
  • Rear SightsFixed
  • Shots per Fill0
  • Trigger Adjustability0
  • Trigger ActionDouble-Action & Single-Action
  • UsePlinking/Fun
  • Warranty1-year limited warranty
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Average Customer Review
4.6
4.510 Reviews
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2.0
By DavidUSAFebruary 23, 2021

I am an advocate BB and pellet gun collector of all prices I was very excited as Gamel is supposed to be a reputable and good company and quality for the price however I have never been more disappointed to receive a gun

Pros
The FPS is great but THATS ALL FOLKS

Cons
Pallets fallout extremely cheap looking and cheap feeling way too large trying to look like a Walther PPK but fails in every way

5.0
By Dracula USAAugust 7, 2020 Verified Purchase

Don't hesitate to purchase this pistol.

Pros
Awesome, Accurate, Use the PBA Platinum 5.1 pellets from Gamo to get the maximum velocity of 450 fps. Blowback adds to realism.

Cons
None

5.0
By Bill F.December 13, 2017

Got for my wife to learn to shoot before graduation to her 9mm Clock I got her. She enjoys shooting the Gamo.

5.0
By Bob D.August 9, 2017

This is a nice and accurate pellet gun. I especially like the safety switch, a young child can't move it to the firing position (for some strange reasons).

5.0
By DonUSAFebruary 15, 2017

This gun was my first blowback, I was very pleased by the feel of shooting it. Found it's not to bad in the accuracy department (8 in about 2" circle) Nice weight great blowback.

Pros
Loading and unloading the mags and blowback

Cons
loves its CO2

5.0
By SeanFebruary 2, 2017

Very happy with my P25; nice weight and blowback give it a realistic feel. Accuracy is OK;.. Like the double-sided mag which allows fast follow up shots. Recommended!

Pros
Good weight Larger muzzle opening for more realistic appearance Double-sided 2 X 8 shot mags allow for more rapid follow up shots.

Cons
Still don't like the fiddly safety - but fortunately it can be left in fire mode all of the time!

5.0
By JOSE LUSADecember 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.

Pros
Power, blowback, weight, and the handle.

Cons
Accuracy

4.0
By [email protected] c.April 6, 2012

It feels bulky but fires with realistic feel

Pros
Ammunition loadin c storage. Fast and easy loading.like hidden canister compartment Cons bulky

5.0
By lbr59erSeptember 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.

5.0
By TIMJune 12, 2011

its a very good and effective gun for pest control at a short distance

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quel suport et lunette au lazer a mettre sut se model

asked steven from Canada

Con you replace the O-ring for the CO2 cartridge and how hard is it and what is the size of the O ring?

asked Bobby from USA

peut tu utilise des munitions pointu avec cette arme p=25 gamo plowback palette .177

asked steven from Canada

The description says which pellets NOT to use, but doesn't list which pellets to use (aside from the PBA Platinum). Can someone please list the pellets that are advisable for this particular pistol? Thanks!

asked Jennifer from USA

any wadcutter pellets will be good

Val from USA

How many pellets will it shoot with a c02 cartridge

asked Greg from USA

has anyone left the co2 in for 2 wk period and did it leak

asked Joseph from USA

You do not want to leave 12 gm CO2 in any gun for more than a day or two.It will leak out.

Mark from USA

Can this gun be shipped to Illinois?

asked Daniel from USA

Yes

Mark from USA

can I use Gamo Rocket pellets in this?

asked Stanley from USA

They might fit in the magazine. Waddcutters fit for sure.

Mark from USA

Hello, Was wondering if you can use this piticular CO2 cartridge with this pistol? Umarex 88 g C02 cylinder. Thanks.

asked David Sobotta

How long can you leave a CO2 cartridge in it? Does it leak bad or hAve cheap seals?

asked Kat

Is their any mags that will hold airsoft bbs and still work well with this gun

asked JoeyQuesnelle

Is it loud?

asked Rose

Can someone tell me if you can mount a lazer on bottom side or does it have to go on top

asked David

Where can i get spare internal parts for this gun mine won't shoot pellets, the co2 tank doesn't release enough gas

asked matt

Have you tried just oiling where the co2 cartridge first goes into (where it punctures the hole) there should be a hard plastic where it rest(round). Mine stopped shooting on two different ones and I happened to oil them and they've done pretty good so far. I was about to strip them down and see what kind of parts where damaged. And I was about to send them back to the Depot but I'm glad I just squinted a little bit of oil to them. I've learned with these airguns to go with it! Good luck going forward... And be sure to Vote for Trump!!!

Jesse James

Hello, For parts, we recommend contacting Gamo directly. Thanks

Scott from USA

How much of the P-25 is plastic? Thanks

asked steve from USA

The slide and internal parts are metal. The lower receiver and hand grips are some kind of very tough polymer. The gun itself is a joy to shoot. The discharge, blowback, and recoil are similar to a .22 LR pistol. At 5 meters, I was consistently getting 1.5 to 2 inch groups from a standing, unsupported position. I've heard it's a little pickey when in comes to ammo, but using GAMO Match Diabolo, I have never had a problem.

Alan from USA

Does the slide lock back when the mag is empty?

asked James

No it doesn't, but it is a very nice and well made product.

vincent from USA

I have the 16 shot magazine and the gun will not advance the next pellet. Any ideas as to what the problem might be? I have tried a new magazine but the problem still persists.

asked Gene

It´s probably the rotator arm of the pistol and not something with the magazine. It might be worn, stuck because of dirt or similar. If the warranty period is ended, you might need to disassemble the gun to check, or just try to clean the gun out with some oil and some compressed air. Also, make sure you don´t use pellets that are too long that will lock the rotating magazine.

Martin

Gamo is the problem. No where in the instruction book does it tell you what type of pellet to use. I had the same problem. Magazine jam, unable to eject magazine. Looked at Gamo site on line and was not impressed at their suggestion to send gun back to them along with return mail check for postage to send back to me. Took my P-25 pistol back to my local spoting goods dealer ( Kittery Trading Post ). The manager of the firearms dept. put the gun through several tests with different types of pellets and had the same problem. He then offered me a new P-25. I wanted him to try it out on the indoor range before I accepted, SAME Problem, magazine jam unable to eject magazine. TURNS OUT NO where in instructions does it say pellet ammo has to be flat head. Inscribed on 16 rnd.magazine is image of flat head pellet, so we tried that and every thing worked out fine. Perfectly FINE. GAMO has a great product, but they don't have a clue about customer service. As with the first P-25 I sent in my registration to receive a free 50 pellet reward for may effort and I asked them in the memo box to make sure they sent me FLAT HEAD Pellets. WELL WHAT DO YOU THINK They did------ GAMO sent me the same premium titanium pointed ammo that they sent me the first time that doesn't work in the P-25. I like the pistol. The GAMO folks have got to do a whole lot better. And I'm really P.O. to have to take the time to do this answer. I'm doing this to help your customer who are having the same problem. NUFF SAID.

Jon C. Cloutier

The problem may be the the pellets, not the magazine. Try different pellets that may help your problem.

gabe

How do you like this pistol?

asked G. Danielb from USA

Don't hesitate, buy it, you will not be sorry.

Dracula from USA

I have a Gamo P-25 Can someone tell me what size and brand of holster to get Thanks

asked John from USA

UTG Deluxe Commando Belt Holster.

Dracula from USA

The gamo p25 is modeled after the SIG P230, so anything that fits the P230 should work.

jonathan

The Gamo P-25 is modeled some what after the Sig Sauer P230, looks very close in design. It would think it should fit in either a Walthers PPK or a Sig Sauer P230 holster. Pictures Pic. 1 - Gamo P-25 Pic. 2 - Sig Sauer P230 (.380) Pic. 3 - Walthers PPK/S (.177 / BB) I hope this helps out. Thanks

Darryl from USA

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?

asked bu

My P-25 had the exact same problem after firing about 100 rounds. I found that I was not pushing some pellets far enough in the magazine, when loading the magazine. Therefore a pellet would loosen up and slide partially out of the magazine when handling the pistol and would lock the magazine in place. When I pushed the slide back I could see the jammed pellet and could wiggle it loose enough so the magazine came out and the jammed pellet feel out of the handle with the magazine. Now, when loading the magazine, I make sure to push each pellet in far enough until I hear a little “click” as though the pellet is locking in place. I found that using a pell-set, adjusted to the proper depth solved all of the issues.

Jay from USA

I have the same problem after 3 cartridges - - help?

dave

CALL or WRITE the manufacture

barry from USA

Yes Bu, I replied with very clear instructions two weeks ago about clearing a jam on the p-25 however Airgun Depo chose not to post my answer. I will find a similar question on another site and answer there, keep searching.

Stinky

Using a 1/16" pin punch push the small solid pin forward of the trigger out the right side of frame. (it`s knurled on one end) slide then removes in a conventional manner. Cheap pellets or any under sized pellet that doe`s not grip well in the mag will jam. Leave the other two larger roll pins alone unless you need a complete teardown.

Stinky

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

brandon from USA

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/

asked dylan

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

Scott from USA

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?

asked Arthur from USA

"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.

Scott from USA

Can you use the Beeman Crow-Magnum Pellets- .177 Cal with this air gun?

asked Ryan

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

Scott from USA

CO2 cartridge(s) included?

asked Christian

Co2 sold separately.

Steve from USA

how many shots per CO2 cartridge?

asked scott

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

Willy D

I think like 50-70 if I remember right.

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