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Umarex Gauntlet 2

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The Umarex Gauntlet 2 is the next evolution of the airgun that changed the industry and raised expectations about what was possible for performance without breaking the bank. This upgraded model reaches speeds up to 1075 fps in .22 and 985 in .25, plus energy up to 33 fpe in .22 and 51 fpe in .25, so it gives you plenty of power for small game hunting, pest control, or target practice.

The air tank is the upgrade you'll spot right away, since it's noticeably larger than the one on the older model. At 24 cubic inches, it has almost double the volume of the previous version, so you'll get more shots, with over 70 shots in .22 and over 50 shots in .25. It also fills to a higher pressure of 4500 psi, which lets the regulator operate at 1900 psi in .22 and 2100 psi in .25, so you get higher power as well.

Another improvement is the use of a four baffle design, so you get shots that are 8 dB quieter than before even though they're faster and more powerful. There's also a larger bolt handle with knurling that's 15% easier to cock, plus the lighter and slimmer all weather synthetic stock, which is now flat dark earth instead of black.

The airgun now features a Picatinny/dovetail scope rail, plus M-LOK slots on the bottom and sides of the forearm so you can add accessories like bipods, lights, and lasers. If you're ready to experience the new developments in this line of consistent, accurate, and affordable airguns, get an Umarex Gauntlet 2 at Airgun Depot now.

Umarex Gauntlet 2

  • PCP
  • Bolt action with knurled handle
  • 24 cu. in. removable aluminum air cylinder
  • Max velocity: 1075 fps (.22), 985 fps (.25), 1000 fps (.30)
  • Max power: 33 fpe (.22), 51 FPE (.25), 99 FPE (.30)
  • Expected shots: 70+ (.22), 50+ (.25), 25 (.30)
  • Improved synthetic stock
  • Cocking effort decreased 15%
  • Aircraft grade aluminum receiver
  • 4500 psi/310 bar fill pressure
  • 1900 psi regulator (.22), 2100 psi regulator (.25), 2800 psi regulator (.30)
  • Magazine capacity: 10 rounds (.22), 8 rounds (.25), 7 rounds (.30)
  • 4 baffle design, 8 dB sound reduction
  • Single stage adjustable trigger
  • Textured rubber buttpad
  • Onboard pressure gauge
  • Height adjustable cheek comb
  • Picatinny/dovetail optics rail
  • M-LOK accessory slots on sides and bottom of forearm
  • Foster quick disconnect port
  • Weight: 8.5 lbs.
  • Barrel length: 28.25"
  • Overall length: 47"
  • Includes 1 rotary magazine and 1 single shot tray
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  • ManufacturerUmarex
  • Caliber .22
  • Velocity 1075 fps
  • Condition New
  • Ammo Type Pellets
  • Action Bolt-action
  • Barrel Style Rifled
  • Fire Mode Repeater
  • Gun Weight 8.50
  • Overall Length 47.00
  • Barrel Length 28.25
  • Loudness 3-Medium
  • Magazine Capacity 10
  • Mechanism Pre-charged pneumatic
  • Rail Weaver & 11mm dovetails
  • Safety Manual
  • Front Sights none
  • Rear Sights none
  • Trigger Adjustability Single-stage
  • Trigger Action 0
  • Use Small game hunting/target practice
  • Warranty 3-year limited warranty
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By DennisJanuary 16, 2023 Verified Purchase

This is a great airgun

The gun is awesome

Wouldn't change anything

By Herson MoralesJanuary 7, 2023 Verified Purchase

With those improvements would be a 5 star review

Very good for bench and hunting.Excellent groups at 25 and 50 yds with JSB 25.33 and 33.95. Quiet for backyard shooting, quieter with moderator

Cocking effort, need a lot pressure. Replace for a side lever system. The key wobbles and is difficult to engage. Should be replace for a flat screwdriver mode.

By David USADecember 11, 2022 Verified Purchase

I like the Style or looks of the rifle and after cleaning the barrel and about 200 shots the gun us very accurate, with the right pellet!..

Thus air rifle is heavy! .. the bolt action is very hard initially but it does loosen up after a couple hundred shots.. the trigger pull is long and hard and you git to disassemble it to adjust it.. also the safety is hard to engage and the finish on the trigger and safety is very rough. Also I had to modify the forearm so I could full up the rifle with air, no hig deal but on a new gun you shouldn't need to

By David USADecember 9, 2022 Verified Purchase

Ok so head to head with my avenger.. Mt avenger has a better an smother trigger pull and the sidelever is way better and smother..and the avenger is a lot lighter

I like the shot count and the looks of the rifle

To heavy, trigger pull and feel is really bad, bolt action is very hard witch makes quick follow up shots hard, the trigger also has rough edges, and last I had to modify the forearm so the quick fill would connect should not have to on a brand new rifle, I use the nomad 3..

By Patrick USAFebruary 16, 2022 Verified Purchase

You will not be disappointed with your purchase.

This is a really amazing air gun for the money I don’t think you can beat it..I have range finder verify 100 yard head shots.

Hard to cock…wish it was easier to cock it’s hard to get a fast reload if your in a difficult shooting position and need that next shot.

By JamesDecember 29, 2021

Deciding what compressor and tank system to go with is the only thing delaying my purchase. Regardless, it will be THIS airgun.

I don’t own this gun (yet) but I used it on a guided iguana hunt in south Florida recently. This air rifle is AMAZING. Absolutely AMAZING. I harvested nearly 100 lbs worth of iguanas in a 3 hour hunt from a boat, including a rangefinder-verified 79-yard headshot. This air rifle totally changed my mind about PCP airguns. I have several gas piston .22’s and thought they were an adequate representation of what an airgun could be. Until I used this. I have no idea what other PCP’s are like, and don’t care. I’m buying this one, because I’ve used it and that’s enough for me. The accuracy of this airgun is astonishing. It’s also very rugged and durable, and holds up to hard use under real world hunting conditions in a marine/tropical environment.

The safety arrangement is odd and takes some getting used to. Also, the bolt requires a great deal of effort. It is NOT like you’d expect coming from a bolt action rifle (firearm), it requires MUCH more effort to cycle. This makes rapid follow up shots difficult but with practice you can be back on target quickly. The pile of iguanas in the photo are testament to what an effective hunting tool this airgun is.

By TaylorUSADecember 14, 2021 Verified Purchase

If you don't care about tuning or shooting very heavy slugs its a good option. I've had this and the Umarex origin. Going to try the Avenger next.

Shot count is awesome. Over 100 from full to empty in .22. Fairly quiet. Has lots of power.

Can't shoot very large slugs. 23 gr is the biggest slug you can shoot out of it. Shoots light pellets too fast to stabilize. so you either shoot expensive pellets fairly well or light pellets accurate out to about 40 yards. This gun does not have an adjustable regulator or hammer spring. very frustrating if you want to tune your gun for different pellets. bolt was fairly heavy initially. Very heavy gun and difficult to maneuver. The fore end causes point of impact shifts. You can sight it in and set it down and the next time you pick it up it hits in a different spot. If you take the fore end off it helps, but you can no longer attach a bipod. If you are not going to shoot heavier slugs and don't care about tuning, this is a good option.

By JohnUSANovember 27, 2021 Verified Purchase

I do recommend this Umarex Gauntlet 2.

Correction: On November 12, 2021 I wrote a review on my Gauntlet 2. I wrote that I got 3 shots at 1012 psi, using 8.18 grain Winchester .22 MaxSpeed Tin alloy pellets. It should have read, I achieved an average of 12.10 fps from 3 shots.


By JohnUSANovember 12, 2021 Verified Purchase

This is my second pcp. The first one was the 1st Generation Gauntlet .25 caliber. I purchased it 14 months ago. This 2nd Generation I purchased in .22 caliber. I purchased in 1 month ago. I didn’t see a need to have both in the same caliber. I now fill them with my Umarex ReadyAir PCP Air Compressor, which I purchased 2 months ago. The 1st Gauntlet I was filling with my Hill Hand pump. It would take me about 250 pumps to fill it from empty to 3,000 psi, a great excercise and workout for arms and shoulders. I have no ambition to pump the Gauntlet 2 by hand pump to 4,500 psi, for obvious reasons. The Generation 1 fills in about 7 minutes from Empty. The Gauntlet 2 takes 19 minutes to fill from empty. When they get down to 1,000 to 1,500 psi I will top them off. A full bottle from each, or whichever I chose to shoot that day, is more than I need, as far as shot counts. Today I shot The .22 Gauntlet 2 with my lightest pellet, 8.18 grain Winchester: 3 shots averaging 1210 psi at 26.61 fpe

Power, velocity, and accuracy, using Competion Electronic for fps measurements of 3 the Winchester .22 caliber MaxSpeed 8.18 grain tin alloy pellets. Shooting these light grain pellets will definitely disturb some neighbors. After zeroing in the pellet, shooting about 20 pellets, I put the last 3 pellets in a dime size hole at 90 feet.

Nothing I can currently think of.

By Frank HarrisOctober 29, 2021

For those who are new to PCP like me. Buyer beware, you will need a High Pressure Pump for these Rifles. The Hand pump is not the best option in my opinion. Do your research and get an electric pump and plan on spending close to the same amount for the pump as you will for your rifle.. (depending on brand and quality.)

This is my 1st PCP, so keep that in mind. I have had a lot of other pump and break barrel pellet rifles and I wanted to try the PCP, so the first Pro. for the Gauntlet 2 is cost, for the money this seems to be a really good value, (time will tell how well it holds up). I need to run more pellets through it to really do a good review, but the power is amazing in comparison to other Pellet rifles I own in my experience. (and it is surprisingly quiet.) Thus far, out of the box, I am very happy with the quality and feel of this rifle. It is comparable in overall length to my Benjamin Trail NP rifle, but is significantly more powerful in my experience. First Impressions: I'd recommend the Gauntlet 2 to anyone wanting to try out the PCP world.

I would like to see a better safety on the rifle, the one it has is a bit clunky, but manageable

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I have 150 psi compressor,what do I need I mean accessories

asked Danilo from USA

you need a 4500 psi compressor around $300

william from USA

what is the rifle twist rate on this gun

asked Joseph from USA

Have they fixed the Stiff bolt action? I understand that it is quite difficult to operate on the #1 model?

asked Terry from USA

Not really. It's a little better but not much. Read the Gauntlet 2 review in Hard Air Magazine on their web site. They comment specifically on this issue.

Alexander from USA

Does this take a 1/8" BSP thread female for charging the canaster? If not, what size does it take?

asked Benjamin from USA

Donny Fl makes an adapter for it . Takes it to 1/2 x 20 male

Andre from USA

Yes it does.

Mark from USA

Hello, I am new to this world of air pistols and I was thinking of buying a PCP rifle and I like this model, can it accept a muzzle break to make it look a bit long?

asked Cesar from USA

Not familiar with M-lok, does will this rifle/package come with this and what Bipod can be used? Also, adding a Bipod, will this get in the way a sling stud, thanks David M

asked David from USA

M-lok is the standard made by Magpul for adding rails to real gun (usually AR15) handguards. For people that already have a bipod that goes on a pic rail, but doesn't want to buy another one, add a rail and put on your favorite bipod. I have an Atlas. They also sell m-lok quick detach points so you can match the QD point on the back of the stock.

Andrew from USA

Buen dia, Este rifle Guantelete de Umarex 2, viene para tiradores derechos y zurdos o solo para derechos ? Gracias, mi mail es [email protected]

asked Carlos from Argentina

hola el canon es intercambiable y si se puede regular la potencia

asked hernan from USA


asked antonbend from USA

You would need the Donnly Fl adapter. Not sure if anyone else makes one yet .

Andre from USA

Yes there are adapters

Mark from USA

Does it come with a single shot tray?

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Ernie from USA

What is the actual barrel rifle length with the rifling, excluding the baffled suppressor part?

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