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Umarex Gauntlet

Available in .177, .22, .25, Multi-Shot PCP Rifle
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  • Code: AGD-43118327 · $229.99 · .177 · 1000 fps
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Every bit of performance you will need at an outstanding price. The Umarex Gauntlet has the capability of shooting long shot strings consistently, 70 shots at 1000 fps (.177 cal) or 60 shots at 900 fps (.22 cal) to be exact. Now there is no need to worry about drops in pressure affecting accuracy which places the Gauntlet in a class of its own. The Gauntlet is easy to load with interchangeable 10-shot magazines and is well balanced in its weight making it comfortable to carry and load on the hunt. Target shooters as well will enjoy the experience of this air rifle with its single shot tray for increased accuracy and also an adjustable stock comb to fit any shooter's build. Umarex has thrown down the Gauntlet with this new innovation in PCP performance. Umarex Gauntlet Features Diagram

Umarex Gauntlet Air Rifle Features
  • 10-shot repeater
  • 3,000 psi, 13 cu. in. removable tank
  • 1,100 psi regulator means consistent shot strength
  • Incredibly quiet - fully moderated
  • Adjustable Single-Stage Trigger
  • 11mm Dovetail rail
  • Bolt action
  • Easy foster quick-disconnect fitting
  • Pressure release key
  • Includes 1 rotary magazines and 1 single shot tray
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Specs
  • ManufacturerUmarex
  • Caliber.177
  • Velocity1000 fps
  • ConditionNew
  • Ammo TypePellets
  • ActionBolt-action
  • Barrel StyleRifled
  • Fire ModeRepeater
  • Gun Weight8.50
  • Overall Length46.00
  • Barrel Length23.50
  • Loudness3-Medium
  • Magazine Capacity10
  • MechanismPre-charged pneumatic
  • Rail11mm dovetail
  • SafetyManual
  • Front Sightsnone
  • Rear Sightsnone
  • Shots per Fill70
  • Trigger AdjustabilitySingle-stage
  • Trigger Action0
  • UseSmall game hunting/target practice
  • Warranty3-year limited warranty
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Reviews
Average Customer Review
4.5
4.539 Reviews
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5.0
By DeanUSAAugust 4, 2020 Verified Purchase

Pros
This is the picture I wanted to send with the review I just sent.

5.0
By PaulUSAJune 15, 2020 Verified Purchase

Great gun for beginners! Easy to fix the trigger with the right tools. The photo below was 24 shots at 30 yards on the bench, the flyer was all my fault.

Pros
Great gun for the price

Cons
The safty should be on with the bolt forward and loaded, trigger should be better out of the box.

5.0
By DonaldUSADecember 27, 2019 Verified Purchase

I was afraid I was taking a gamble when I ordered my Gauntlet. I did a lot of research and I was seeing people talking about cracked air stripers and gauges not lining up and forearms not fitting properly but in spite of these miner flaws they were happy with their Gauntlets, so I ordered one and when It arrived I was holding my breath while I was doing the unboxing. I received a perfect air gun and man is this thing an awesome deal! It's worth way more than it cost. My daughter told me she has been seeing coyotes in her back yard on her security cameras. I'm looking forward to spending some time in her back yard.......

4.0
By WilliamUSAOctober 11, 2019 Verified Purchase

a little heavy but well balanced, the cylinder is not lined up when you tighten the cylinder,i cant get mine to line up yet but i will,i don't think it's a problem,,over all a super buy.i give the gun a 4 star because of the cylinder.

5.0
By ShawnOctober 4, 2019 Verified Purchase

This gun came straight out of the box shooting excellent, once zeroed in. The regulator keeps shots consistent and on target. Here's my paint job...

Pros
Regulated, Accurate, Price

Cons
Heavy, Hard to cock

3.0
By JamesUSASeptember 4, 2019 Verified Purchase

Can drive tacks but ! is a very heavy gun just good for bench shooting not a walk in the woods gun.

Pros
great accuracy.

Cons
very heavy gun

5.0
By Larry A.August 22, 2019

Sir how to purchase that pcp airgun? Im from Philippines.

4.0
By HeathJuly 11, 2019

Got it in .22. Just forget the warranty. You have to do things to this rifle to get it to its potential. So if you want the warranty don’t buy it cause you have work to do. 1. You have to work on the trigger. 2. You will have to take the barrel off the gun and clean it because if you don’t and try to do it with the shroud and barrel cap on it you will damage the LDC SYSTEM. Barrel cap maybe cracked as well and will need fixed. 3. Forget the little 13 cu in bottle and just order the 22 cu in with a real regulator on it cause the 1100psi reg that came with the gun IS OFF. Nobody yet that has tested it has found it at 1100, always under. Add shims or upgrade to a 1200-1250 psi and be done with it. 4. Order Hajimotos barrel band it will definitely help with the poor barrel support and point of aim issues from the slightest barrel bump. 5. Start working out at the gym if you plan on carrying it around cause it’s stupid heavy. After you put bi-pods, extended bottle, a good quality scope 4x16x44 or more, sling, which is in the most awful place to be mounted, your gonna need to be in shape cause it’s now about 15 pounds. 6. Do some major work on the bolt, polishing, cleaning and lubricating cause out of the box it is very hard to cock and feels like your rubbing 2 bricks together. But hey, it’s a 300$ PCP with a reg that with a little know how and some work can really be an reliable, accurate and pretty damn quiet air rifle.

Pros
When the work is done, great gun for the money.

Cons
Very stiff and gritty Bolt, no factory barrel band, inaccurate regulator, anchor point position for sling, overall weight, better LCD concept, trigger, and 3/8 dove tail mounts instead of the more common 22 mm.

5.0
By FrancoUSAMay 25, 2019 Verified Purchase

My .177 Umarex Gauntlet out of the box accuracy is highly comparable to my other 1K air rifle. Perfect gun for my small cal, daily beater and basement shooting need.

Pros
Surprisingly out of the box accuracy.

Cons
Trigger is what you would expect from a sub $300 airgun.

4.0
By RobertUSAMay 9, 2019 Verified Purchase

The air gun is very accurate well built but very heavy.

Cons
Very heavy and very very hard to pull back the bolt and push forward l am hoping It will get better the more I shoot it.

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I am looking at getting the gauntlet in .177 and I have a sightmark wraith digital night vision scope that I want to put on it, will it mount on the rifle

asked Jay from USA

How much when it comes with a scope, mounted? I have a car tire inflated, will that do with this rifle ( Gauntlet 22 PCP/ Can the hard to pull bolt action be made lighter to pull ? Thanks

asked Manuel from USA

AGD does not mount scopes on guns. A tire pressure is approx 35 PSI, You need 3000 PSI to fill the Gauntlet.

Mark from USA

can we use hand pump for this gun,brother?

asked Tony from USA

Yes

Mark from USA

Are you shipping to Canada?

asked Afshin from Canada

No

Mark from USA

Does the .177 come with the updated barrel band and other updates that the .25 got? Thx

asked John from USA

No. The .177 cal has been discontinued. All remaining guns in stock do not have a barrel band. They are the last .177 cal guns available.

Mark from USA

Can you purchase extra .25 cal magazines?

asked Matthew from USA

Yes. At Pyramyd Air

Mark from USA

What scope and mount would you suggest for this gun

asked Robert from USA

Use a 2pc 11mm dovetail high mount to clear the magazine. The scope choice is a personal decision. For advice contact sales.

Mark from USA

I'm wondering this year (2020), does .22 Gauntlet come with a barrel band? I've heard Umarex has barrel band for .25

asked Tian from USA

The gauntlet in both 22 and 25 cal comes with a barrel band.

Mark from USA

I just set up my Umarex gauntlet .22. The recommended fill charge in the specs indicates between 2000 - 3000 psi.. however the pressure recommendation stamped on the rifle indicates max. 1250 psi. which is correct?

asked ben from USA

The air tank fills to 3000 psi. It's output is regulated to between 1150-1250 PSI. Fill the air tank to 3000 PSI.

Mark from USA

The air tank fills to 3000 psi. It's output is regulated to between 1150-1250 PSI. Fill the air tank to 3000 PSI.

Mark from USA

The air tank fills to 3000 psi. It's output is regulated to between 1150-1250 PSI. Fill the air tank to 3000 PSI.

Mark from USA

I just set up my Umarex gauntlet .22. The recommended fill charge in the specs indicates between 2000 - 3000 psi.. however the pressure recommendation stamped on the rifle indicates max. 1250 psi. which is correct?

asked ben from USA

The air tank fills to 3000 psi. It's regulated output is between 1150 to 1250 PSI. Fill the tank to 3000 PSI.

Mark from USA

in your video of the Umarex Gauntlet gun it says that you get a pump, sling and scope is this right?

asked robert from USA

The kit w/pump,sling and scope . AGD-43118444

Mark from USA
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