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Umarex Strike Point Pellet Pistol

Available in .177, .22, Multi-Pump Pistol with SilencAir Technology
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  • Code: AGD-45038779 · $52.99 · .177 · 650 fps
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If you want a proven design built for the 21st century, reach for the Strike Point for your next backyard session!

The Umarex Strike Point pellet pistol puts you in control of your pellet speeds. Shooting in a basement range? Pump it 3-4 times. Target shooting? Use 8-10. At full power, this pistol offers speeds up to 600 fps in .177 or 520 fps in .22. It’s simple to operate bolt action is a breeze to operate, just pull back the bolt, pump it up, load a round, and pull the trigger. 

The Strike Point features Umarex’s 3-chamber SilencAir Technology, a sound dampener to quiet your shots and keep this pistol very backyard friendly-- a first for air pistols of this type. Utilize the Strike Points fiber optic front sight and a rear sight that’s adjustable for windage and elevation to keep your shots hitting the target time and time again.

Umarex Strike Point Pellet Multi-Pump Air Pistol 
  • Easy load bolt action
  • 3 Chamber SilencAir Noise Dampener
  • Comfortable grip and pump handle
  • Most modern looking multi-pump pistol
  • Fiber optic front sight
  • Variable pump power
  • Adjustable rear sight
  • Push button safety

Please Note: Do not exceed 10 pumps to maintain the integrity of your air pistol
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  • ManufacturerUmarex
  • Caliber .177
  • Velocity 650 fps
  • Condition New
  • Ammo Type Pellets
  • Action Bolt-action
  • Barrel Style Rifled
  • Fire Mode Single-shot
  • Gun Weight 2.60
  • Overall Length 14.00
  • Barrel Length 9.00
  • Loudness 3-Medium
  • Magazine Capacity 0
  • Mechanism Multi-pump pneumatic
  • Rail No
  • Safety Manual
  • Front Sights Fiber Optic
  • Rear Sights Adjustable
  • Shots per Fill 0
  • Trigger Adjustability 0
  • Trigger Action 0
  • Use Plinking & target practice
  • Warranty 90-day limited warranty
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By Mr. PMay 6, 2024 Verified Purchase

This is an inexpensive way to start learning how to responsibly handle and safely operate a BB or pellet gun.

I love the looks of this pistol. Plenty of power to help with rodent control. Very easy to handle.

My only issue with the pistol is the sights. The arch around the front sight limits your veiw of the target. I seriously do not see the use of the arch.

By PaulApril 10, 2024 Verified Purchase

It's a great pistol for getting a feel of what it was like for the King's musketeers to shoot their long pistols. Using round ball ammo adds to the ambiance.

Great pistol, very accurate and fun to shoot!!! The variable power makes it ideal for indoor shooting. Only pistol yet that hit bow's eyes near perfectly so far.

I would make the front sight see through or thinner, as it obscures smaller bow's eyes. My eyes can't get the sights to work without putting the front sight on the center of the target.

By Empire DaveUSAAugust 4, 2021

well made

great target pistol


By Ronald USAMay 28, 2021

Purchased this in hopes I'd like it as a budget rodent popper & I definitely don't. The grip is small for MY hand. Less powerful then I expected even at 10 pumps. Not the easiest to load. The front sights are bulbous & make seeing the target difficult. Also the dot is off center on the one I received. Can't seem to find any accuracy even at less then 10 feet and the trigger is a stiff pull. With all this said. It's probably great for kids to practice with. After 3 days of repeatedly testing it have concluded I am going to probably end up just giving it away.

.22, pump, price

Not fitting all .22 pellets. Front sights. Stiff trigger

By BenUSAMay 20, 2021

Good for pest control in garden. keeping sheath

Idk yet just ordered sure will do the Job

Not that I know like the silent performance

By BenUSAMay 19, 2021

My Chaser does the trick but it's a little bit loud

Idk just ordered it for Pests in garden with out to much noise

Yet to see

By AndrewUSAMarch 4, 2021

I probably voided the warranty on mine, but i pulled the main trigger spring out and cut it down. operates much smoother now and easier to keep on target during the shot. not a huge fan of the forward-pointing trigger. Also, the "shroud" (i guess that's what it's called?) over the front sight is super thick plastic and makes it hard to really see the target well. honestly, i'm thinking of cutting it right off the gun!! i like open sights and this one is just difficult to see the target through the opening in the front sight. i like the rear sight, but had to remove it and bend the metal tab cause i lowered it as far as it would go and it was still shooting high. But don't get me wrong, i like the gun! and for only 50 bucks i think it's amazing and nice addition to my collection.

Not hard to pump. seems powerful enough. Great price! took the top shroud off and if i'm not mistaken that's a little suppressor/silencer thing at the end of the barrel! that's cool! not sure why they don't advertise that. it is very quiet. i shoot it inside and i'm a night owl. no complaints from neighbors yet, lol

simply does NOT fit All .22 ammo! i've tried 3 different pellets in it so far. H&N doomed pellets shoot great for me. HOWEVER, the seneca .22 hunting pellets i got don't fit and jam the gun every time and need to be removed with a ram rod. And today i just got some H&N 27 grain .218 Slugs -- same story -- they do NOT fit, jam, and require a ram rod to extract. gonna try the .217 slugs and hope for the best! maybe that .001 less of an inch will make a difference. also, not that all 3 types of ammo i mentioned DO fit and work in my pump .22 american classic P1322 pistol!

By JerryUSAFebruary 12, 2021

Very well made pistol. Pumping is easy and man this thing is super accurate. The front sight is a little big and hard to aim but once you get used to it you can drive tacks.

Change the front sight to a blade type.

By BrianUSAFebruary 10, 2021

This thing is going to take some getting used to as far as the aim goes. Like the other reviews, I found the sights a bit lacking, but I will have to adjust and do my best to find the sweet spot. I didn't have a proper target when this gun arrived, so I didn't knock the stars because I don't really know just how far off I was going from the make shift target I was using. I have some of those splat technology targets now, so I will go out and give it another try. I have come to the conclusion that for a .22 caliber pistol, this price can't get much better. With that said, I would recommend this gun for any beginner, like me.

Powerful pump means no CO2 expenses. Good weight and feel. except for the grip.

I don't like the grip on this gun, because it has a corner on the edge where my thumb goes around. It would have felt a lot more comfortable had that grip edge been more rounded instead of the square edge.

By RobertoUSANovember 6, 2020

Don’t be discourage by some reviews, Air gun depot have a great warranty.

Great gun!, the sight is right on target. Hard hitting gun. I love it.

I have not find any cons until now.

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Is there anyway to add a stock or maybe one or those kits to add front hand grip and stock. Front hand grip would have to be able to work with the pumping of this gun but turning it into a small rifle would be killer.

asked Ted from USA

Can you mount a scope?

asked Paul from USA

No you would have to mod it

Edward from USA

What parts of the body are metal and plastic? Roberto, PR,USA

asked Roberto from USA

hows the trigger pull on this gun?

asked Joseph from USA

The trigger will be pretty stiff.

Mark from USA

In terms of noise - is it significantly less than : Crosman 1377C / PC77 Pellet Pistol P1377

asked Reaz from USA

It will be pretty much the same noise level.

Mark from USA

Can you get a laser sight for this gun

asked Robert lawrence

Why would any of the owners of these pellet pistols need scopes or lasers just to control a pest problem when iron sights have worked perfectly fine for decades? I guess you might be able to epoxy a small rail on the pump handle? No one can really complain considering the price. Has anyone of you owners been successful using this gun for hunting & if so how did you make out?

asked Elizabeth from Canada

Can a red dot sight be mounted to this gun? And would it be powerful enough for squirrels in either cal.?

asked Craig

I’m considering a purchase to scare off deer that are eating everything. Does this pistol have enough power for this to work? I probably would choose the 22 cal round. Thoughts?

asked Scott

Hey i was wondering would this kill a fish point blank?

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Keith from USA

How loud is this compared to a 1377 or 1322?

asked dave

Looking at the manual it looks like there is only horizontal adjustment for the sights. Is that true?

asked Fred

Just started shooting this today. Not enough room to get my finger on the trigger because it's too close to the guard and the hood on the front sight blocks the target. Anyone made adjustments or added a scope ?

asked Jeff from USA

Both the on-line ad and the above description of the gun say that it is exceptionally quiet, yet the specifications say that the loudness rating is a 3, the same as the Crossman 1377 which I haven't found to be particularly quiet.

asked Old Dude

...Can a stock be added to this .22 cal. pellet pistol?

asked Force Recon-USMC from USA

Is this a 1377 just reconfigure ate it so I 1377 Steel breach will fit on it

asked Clayborn from USA

Is this made of metal

asked Warren from USA

can this shoot non lead ammo

asked robert from USA

Can yyou install a Laser sight in the Pistol? It looks like it has a Mount but the Cocking lever covers it.

asked Gary O from USA

Can yyou install a Laser sight in the Pistol? It looks like it has a Mount but the Cocking lever covers it.

asked Gary O from USA

How good is the air pistol for small game?

asked Mike

How is the trigger?

asked Louis
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