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Gamo Urban, .22 cal

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  • Code: AGD-41007820 · 0.22 cal · 800 fps ·
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The Gamo Urban PCP air rifle is perfect for those looking for an entry level pre-charged pneumatic rifle. With its 10rd removable rotary magazine, 11mm dovetail grooves (no open sights), European hammer-forged rifled steel barrel with integrated Whisper Maxim technology, built-in manometer (air pressure gauge) with quick-fill port 232 bar (3,365 psi), and 2-stage CAT (Custom Action Trigger) adjustable trigger on an ambidextrous synthetic stock, this rifle has all the features of a high end PCP, without the costs. One can expect up to 30 shots per fill and velocities of up to 800 fps using a PBA pellet, or around 700 fps with a lead hunting pellet. The Whisper Maxxim Technology delivers a very quiet shot, which will aid in not scaring away game in those off chances the first shot is a miss. The Urban also features Gamo's Shock Wave Absorber (SWA) recoil pad, which reduces the recoil by approximately 70%, which in turn assists with keeping your cross hairs on the target after every shot. You'll love the comfort and stealth of this PCP hunting air rifle. Gamo Urban Features Diagram

Gamo Urban PCP Air Rifle Features
  • Precharged pneumatic (PCP)
  • Bolt-action
  • Multi-shot mechanism
  • 10rd removable rotary magazine
  • 11mm dovetail grooves (no open sights)
  • Hammer-forged rifled steel barrel
  • Built-in manometer (air pressure gauge) with quick-fill port
  • 232 bar (3,365 psi)
  • 2-stage adjustable trigger (CAT=Custom Action Trigger)
  • Ambidextrous thumbhole, synthetic stock
  • Integrated Whisper Maxxim silencer
  • Manual safety
  • 6.60 lbs.
  • SWA (Shock Wave Absorber) rubber recoil pad reduces felt recoil by up to 74%
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  • ManufacturerGamo
  • Caliber0.22 cal
  • Velocity800 fps
  • ConditionNew
  • ActionBolt-action
  • Barrel StyleRifled
  • Fire ModeRepeater
  • GripAmbidextrous
  • Gun Weight6.7
  • Overall Length42
  • Loudness3-Medium
  • Magazine Capacity10
  • MechanismPre-charged pneumatic
  • Rail11mm dovetail
  • SafetyManual
  • Shots per Fill30
  • Trigger AdjustabilityTwo-stage adjustable
  • Trigger Pull3 lbs
  • Trigger ActionSingle-action
  • UseHunting
  • Warranty5-year limited
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Gamo Urban, .22 cal   $289.99
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100% Recommend this product (13 of 13 responses)
By Verdell
Clayton, DE
December 7, 2018
Gamo Urban
This is a really good gun and gamo really put the time in this gun. It is pretty accurate and gives a pretty good shot count when hunting for small game. if you are looking for cheap and good pcp this is one of the best out there
Prosaccurate, well balanced, good shot count
By UpShore
December 1, 2018
Excellent for the price
This gun is nice to hold and a joy to shoot. I fill it to 3000, empty 2 clips and refill with 40 pumps. It shoots 3 clips on a fill but for me 20 shots and less pumping at once is better. The power and accuracy is well balanced. For me h and n barracuda hunter 18 is best. 2nd is h and n barracuda match 21 and jsb jumbo the long cylinder looking pellets also had good groups. Overall this gun is put together well and is well worth the money.
ProsThis gun shoulders well and is accurate. A lot of gun for the money. Easy to fill. High shot count. Well made. Powerful.
ConsThe trigger required a longer screw but once replaced the trigger is crisp. Watch the video. The plastic clamp on the end of the barrel looks cheep. The chamber double loads if you don?t pull the hammer all the way back when cocking, this isn?t much of an issue for me but my wife and daughter constantly have issues with this. Still well worth the money.
Best UsesSmall game, pest control, fun, it blows up Potatoes quite well. :)
By Glen
Plattsburgh, NY
October 29, 2018
Great first PCP - hand pump friendly
Excellent gun for the price - basically a BSA with a gamo trigger, moderator, and stock. The stock is excellent, very ergonomic. This is a tiny gun, very easy to carry, lightweight. Mine is not pellet picky, most brands give you at least 2" accuracy at 50 yards, with a few reducing down to 3/4" accuracy at 50 - with 10 shot groups. Though it will hold up to 230 bar, it shoots best around 200 bar. It takes about 60-70 pumps with the hill mk4 to get back up to 230. Do the trigger mod of changing a screw and the trigger is excellent.
By John
May 10, 2018
Still the Best in entry level PCPs
I have owned 2 of these guns for over 6 months, as well as one entry level Stormrider, and the Urbans are head and shoulders above that Diana gun in all respects. My Urbans are quiet and accurate. I have shot over 50 different pellets through the guns and about 20 of them gave 1" or better results at 35 yards and each gun has 2 pellets that they will shoot 1" at 50 yards. I recently set a small Tomato Paste can (very very small tin can) on the ground,backed off 75 MEASURED yards and set up bench and bags and proceeded to pound that can with pellets until it got too dark to see. The spot where I retrieved the can was 89 measured yards from where I was firing. I could see the can jump with each hit, but I had no idea that I had kicked the can back another 14 yards and was still hitting it 9 out of 10 shots. My guns are made very well. They are clearly made in the BSA factory and there are YouTube videos that you can watch that will expose you to the methods and controls that they use to make all their guns. The trigger is really good for a hunting gun and can be made exceptional by replacing the second stage adjustment screw with a 10 mm length one. The magazines work flawlessly and while I wish, along with most of my fellow reviewers, that they were cheaper, I have several of the "cheap" mags for my Stormrider and all they are is disposable. These BSA mags will last for 1000s and 1000s of pellets. Both of my guns like H&N FTT pellets best and Crosman Copper Dome are a close second. The JSB Heavy is the most frequently recommended pellet for this gun but that has not been my experience. They do shoot well though, just not best. The 800 FPS rating with alloy pellets and 700 for lead is way off with my guns. Expect to get close to 850 with Crosman's 14.3 grain line of pellets and 1000 with lead free pellets. With Crosman Ultra Magnum pellets I can fill the gun to 2800 psi and get 21 shots-2 mags- from 850 fps to 870 fps. That's a spread of only 20 FPS from an entry level PCP. That quality of valve tune in an UNREGULATED gun should tell you all you need to know about what went into its design and production. Because the reservoir is shortened from the Coyote to make the gun lighter and more compact and because a 2800 psi fill works better than the full 230 bar max fill, this gun is not hard to fill with a hand pump. All of these are the reasons that I think, in spite of all the newcomers that have exploded onto the pricepoint PCP market lately, The Gamo Urban is still the best in entry level PCPs.
ProsAccurate,light weight, built by BSA with a hammer forged barrel and an incredibly well tuned valve, comfortable and durable pistol grip stock, quiet, good trigger, I could go on but if you aren't convinced yet it would do little good.
ConsAn iron sight of some kind might be fun and of course, lower price on the mags.
Best UsesHunting small game, pesting, plinking, plinking, plinking.
By Sean
Meadow, UT
March 30, 2018
Great entry PCP
I own several springers but this is my first PCP. I've had this gun for about 4 months and it's now my favorite. No desire to ever shoot those springers again and except for the deer and elk hunt my powder burning guns aren't seeing as much use. This gun has great accuracy out of the box and it handles surprisingly well in the field. It's quiet enough not to bother the neighbors yet powerful enough to be a practical hunting rifle for small game and pests. I've used it on starlings, collared doves, ground squirrels, cottontail rabbits, and jackrabbits and it kills cleanly. It even took down a coyote at 50 yards that was in with my sheep, although I ordinarily wouldn't use it for anything larger than a rabbit . Not real picky with pellets up to 25-30 yards, but at 50 yards I need to use JSB Exact Jumbos to keep my groups in the one inch range. I've put about 2000 pellets through it so far with no real problems, although the rubber ring that held the pellets into the clip did recently break. Easy fix as I was able to find a close enough match at the local hardware store, which was fortunate since the price of replacement mags for this rifle is ridiculous. Since I bought this primarily for hunting/pesting I do wish Gamo had provided sling mounts and an easier way to mount a bipod, but they do have a sling you can buy for about $10 that does the job. Overall it's hard to beat this gun for the price.
ProsAccurate, lightweight, and just plain fun to shoot.
ConsCost of magazines
Best UsesTarget practice, hunting small game, pesting
By John
Lockport New York
March 13, 2018
Awesome hunting gun
I’m very happy with purchase for my purpose . It’s a great squirrel gun
ConsPlastic trigger
Best UsesSmall game
By dennis
San Francisco
November 22, 2017
Nice Rifle
Very nice and planning to install a scope which just came in. This rifle looks sick or even better. Shot it without the scope at 15 yards is on point.
ProsOver all very good so far
By Frank
Ventura, CA and Atlanta, GA
July 28, 2017
Great PCP
This is my third PCP and the least expensive. Heck of an airgun. Appears the most important parts are from BSA in the UK.
ProsI really like everything but the trigger material, I can live with it for this price point and will see if a metal BSA unit will fit or can be adapted.
ConsMagazines are expensive...They are BSA. There will never be a lot of discounting going on there.
By Gamo Urban buyer
June 22, 2017
Trigger needs improvement....upgrade.
-Got the rifle, June 2017, and it is accurate out of the box. Took me 5 pellets to be in a dime at 15 and 35 yards. I put a UTG 3x9x32 mm around &52 at Amazon... Gamo triggers--awful--and that's why the 4 stars; no matter what others say, a rifle like this should not have such creepy plastic trigger. What I did was on the first stage, screwed it all the way in. The second stage trigger I replaced it with an 8 mm screw, a little longer than the 6 mm which comes with the rifle, and this improved it "much"; however, the trigger is narrow too, so if you hold it on the tip you will feel that it can move to the sides as well. This rifle with a trigger upgrade will be an amazing little one. -The magazines $50 dollars... it is a joke. Like if they want to take money back from you. Toys where you spend more plastic making it, and more complex, cost much less. Gamo have to wake up if wanting to beat the market with price and quality.
ProsGood price.
Cons-The plastic trigger. -Magazines very costly. What you will pay for magazines can buy a $600 dollar PCP if you have the money, and get way more cheaper magazines.
By Doug
Pflugerville, TX.
June 5, 2017
Entry level PCP
This is my first pcp gun. Always wanted to get into pcp guns, but the cost was always a deal breaker for me. Then I seen this one and thought why not the price was in my reach. First off the service at airgun depot was great. Got the gun in a few days. Mounted a scope on it, aired it up, and was expecting to spend some time sighting in. Wrong (3) shots and it was dead on at (25) yards. Was thrilled about that. Then put some crosman premier pettets through it about 30. At 25 yards this gun was putting pellet on pellet. Moved it out to 30 yards same thing. At about 40 yards I was getting one ragged hole about the size of a quarter. Could not get more range in my back yard. The gun was very quiet, more than any of my other guns. Very much back yard friendly. The gun is light and shoulders really well. I was not able to check the fps, but I believe that it is shooting around 800 fps or more with the 14.3 grain pellets I was using. I wish I had got something like this sooner. It is a great gun, and other than speed, does what a $1500.00 gun will do. And that is hit what you aim it at. If you purchase this gun you will not be disappointed. Unless you have more expensive pcp guns. But for a first pcp, you can't go wrong here. Gamo has made it easier for the masses to get into pcp shooting. Great job Gamo. But the cost of the extra mags if off the wall. They need to get in line with the rest of the manufactures. $50.00 ea. is just greed in my book.
Proslight weight Very accurate Very quiet Just fun to shoot.
ConsOnly offered at this time in .22, and only in synthetic.
By Richard
April 30, 2017
Synthetic Carbine
Had this rifle a few days,bought as a Rifle/Pump combo,good price. Bought to dispatch small critters,mostly squirrels,fitted a Hawke scope, once dialed in very accurate to 25 yards with every pellet I've used. Will need to find a pellet it realy likes if shooting to 50 yards. So far very happy,handles well,easy to shoulder,quiet.
ProsEasy to handle,quiet,very pump friendly. Getting about 35 shots to from 2900 psi down to 1500 psi.
ConsExpensive magazines,$50 is crazy. Trigger is what I expected from a $400 rifle but would be nice if it had less creep, hope if rifle becomes more popular that trigger upgrade kits will be available.
By Jacques
Tempe, AZ
January 17, 2017
Excellent 1st PCP
I ordered the Gamo Urban .22 Cal over the holidays and received it in early January. This was a decisive purchase to upgrade from the .177 break barrel I was using to squirrel hunt in NorthEastern Arizona. All I can say is WOW! I setup the Urban with the BSA sweet 17 scope and after sighting in the scope, the Urban puts the Crossman superdome 14.3 grain pellet in a dime sized spread at 30 yrds. I can't wait to get the Urban out into the field for some small game hunting!
ProsConsiderably lighter than my Benjamin .177 break barrel From 3300psi down to about 2000psi, I can get 20 shots with extreme accuracy and high impact I sighted in with Crossman superdome .22 cal 14.3 grain pellet then tested with hollow-points, piranha, and pointed tip Crossman 14.3 pellets... all hit a dime sized spread at 30 yrds
ConsThe spare rotary magazine is $50!!!! come on Gamo!
By Robert
November 18, 2016
Purchased two of these from AGD and they arrived this afternoon (11.18.2016). This is my out-of-the-box review. I didn't adjust the trigger or even clean the barrel. Unwrap, mount optics, load and shoot. I used 18.13 gr JSB Jumbo Heavy pellets. I prefer the heaviest pellet that still allows 1" at 50 yrds. Shot placement will always out weigh velocity as far as I'm concerned. My first impression was that the were well packed at the factory. No visible damage. I installed two Bushnell TRS-25 red dots as these are(were?) going to be my lightweight woods hunters. Dusk was rapidly approaching so I felt a little rushed. This didn't seem to have a negative impact on the results. Shooting off a Caldwell front bag (no rear rest - ever!) I shot 20 rounds at 25 yards. The first 10 rounds were to get sighted in and the second 10 to test accuracy. Would have liked to Chrono bit didn't have time. On the first rifle I had two fliers. The other 8 rounds were easily covered by a dime. The second rifle had two fliers but the other 8 pellets were again easily covered with a dime. As I loaded the mags I saw some damaged skirts but chose to just load and shoot. I wanted to know what these would do with absolutely no tweaking of the rifles or pellets. Being a long range hunter and marksman, I got into air rifles a few years ago. I know quality and still feel spoiled when shooting some of my custom powder burners. That being said, I wouldn't hesitate buying this model again. Not sure what I need three for, but knowing that the accuracy is there, (and with red dots at that!) I know these will meet my expectations after quality scopes are installed. Then again, at this price, I might leave these as they are and pick up another just to see how much accuracy I can squeeze out the Urban. I have some new pellets on the way and further testing is a definite. If you're looking for a low priced but accurate PCP, the Gamo Urban 22 should be on your research list.
ProsAccurate with heavy pellets, easy cocking, quiet (70 Db 6' to the left or right of muzzle), lightweight, ergonomic stock, arrives fully charged, 5 year warranty.
ConsMags are ridiculously expensive for what you get, no factory option for sling or bipod, take-up on the trigger is loooong (but light). Maybe the trigger can be improved with adjustments.
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