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Gamo P-900 IGT Pellet Pistol

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  • Code: 611102954IGT · $69.99 · .177 · 508 fps
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Most pistols these days are powered by CO2, so it's a breath of fresh air to see a gun that requires nothing but you and a tin of pellets to let the fun begin! If you're planning to teach someone to shoot air pistols, this might be a good one since you can leave it cocked without worrying about weakening a coiled mainspring while you give them instruction. A fun plinker for casual backyard get togethers and competition among friends and family.

Gamo P900 IGT Features
  • Gas-piston
  • IGT (Inert Gas Technology)
  • Breakbarrel
  • Single-shot
  • Adjustable fiber optic rear sight
  • Ambidextrous
  • Smoother cocking/shooting
  • No spring torque/fatigue
  • Manual safety
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  • ManufacturerGamo
  • Velocity508 fps
  • ConditionNew
  • Ammo TypePellets
  • ActionBreak barrel
  • Barrel StyleRifled
  • Fire ModeSingle-shot
  • Gun Weight1.30
  • Overall Length12.60
  • Barrel Length6.25
  • Loudness3-Medium
  • MechanismGas-piston
  • RailNo
  • SafetyManual
  • Front SightsFiber Optic
  • Rear SightsAdjustable for windage
  • Trigger AdjustabilityTwo-stage non-adjustable
  • UsePlinking/Fun
  • Warranty1-year limited warranty
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By Richard B.July 9, 2019

Trigger is very weird. Soft then need to pull to shoot so accuracy is off for anyone who wants to teach anything but the basics. However !!! If you want to teach someone to shoot at s can this is great!!! Just enough of a challenge at 30 feet. Not too heavy and inexpensive. Just like ribs and suace. Simple, comfortable and basic.

A five year can shoot it and hit the target

No vertical sight or trigger depression adjustment. About as accurate as a pollster over 30 feet.

By CharlesUSAJanuary 28, 2017

I'd say this a decent choice for break barrel guns, but does leave power to be desired. It's not to hard to cock, and does have a rail, I have pics of it with and without a sight on it. I mounted my Gamo green dot sight and it looks pretty sweet with it. Not sure the power, box says 400 and agd says 508. Will not shoot bbs

Decent power,easyish to cock and can be signted. Also a good sized gun.

Power on box and site way off, light and plastic body and does not shoot bbs.

By David M.August 14, 2016

My son and I have had many fun hours plinking and shooting at targets with this one.

Consistent power and trajectory. Relatively easy to cock. Likes many different types of pellets. Able to keep good grouping up to 25 ft.

Seems much weaker than specs suggest. No adjustment for sight elevation. Very difficult to get consistent groups at 30+ feet. Trigger is disappointing.

By GlennUSAJuly 30, 2015

Basically, a light plinker with poor rear sight adjustment. At the time I bought the Gamo P900, I bought the Ruger Mark I for $6 more, and the Benjamin Trail NP for $10 more; they are much better buys; much more power, more accuracy, better sights. My 9 year old grandson has a tough time cocking the Gamo, but with the cocking extensions, he handles the other more powerful pistols more easily than the Gamo.

Looks cool to the 9 year old; Terminator-like. Feels good in the hand. IGT gas piston is nice.

Lower-end power. Too light, too much plastic; poor sights; tough to cock for the little guy.

By walterUSAMay 7, 2015

High tech, pretty, and feels good; but the sights and trigger leave a little to be desired, imho. Could be my old eyes, but those flourescent dots are better at point-and-shoot than precision, or so it seems to me. I'd recommend this for those who like 'techies' in our sport.

Cocking is relatively easy Grip is ambidextrous, good news for southpaws, and fit smaller hands. such as mine Has a natural pointing angle to the grip, sorta like the Ruger Mk models, Luger, etc.

Trigger is heavy and combined with the sighting system, so far have resulted in negative accuracy results - to be fair, part of it could be my old eyes, but....

By Brad W.January 5, 2015

Didn"t want to deal with co2. Decided to try this as I am very happy with my Gamo Bull Whisper. Love this little pinker.

Nice shooting, accurate at 25 yards not feet. Im shooting nice groups at 25 yards. Decent power. No co2, no pumping. Still shoots easily through cardboard boxes at 35 yards.

Don't care for rear sight but can live with it. Accuracy dies out at 35 yards I'm all over the place.

By RichUSASeptember 29, 2014

Not bad to shoot, an OK item for a beginer.

Inexpensive and easy to shoot.

tough trigger and the rear sight is poor.

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Is it possible to mount a laser sight to this pistol? ( Gamo p-900 IGT air pistol )

asked edwin c. from USA
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