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Customer Reviews for Gamo P-25 CO2 Blowback Pellet gun

Brand: Gamo

Type: Pellet Pistol
Manufacturer: Gamo
Model: P-25 Blowback
Materials: Metal and Polymer
Weight: 680 g (1.5 lb)
Barrel: Rifled
Power Source: CO2
Action: Semi-Automatic
Ammo Type: .177 Pellets
Ammo Capacity: 16 Round
FPS: 450


  • Realistic blowback action
  • Powerful 450 FPS muzzle velocity
  • Comfortable ergonomic polymer grip
  • Compact pistol design
  • Rifled steel barrel improves accuracy


  • Sights are not adjustable
  • No accessory rail


The Gamo P-25 is a compact air gun, similar in design to the Walther PPK. It features a lightweight polymer frame with a rifled steel barrel and smooth single/double action trigger. The P-25 has a powerful blowback system that provides realistic cycling of the slide with every shot for added realism during plinking sessions. The unique double sided stick magazine holds two 8rd rotary dials—when one side runs empty, flip it around and keep shooting!

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Apr 19, 2021
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Look really realistic and well made
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Aug 18, 2020

Good power

A lot of power, flattens a 7.4 gr destroyer pellet against metal at 20 feet. More power than the sig 226 and better accuracy, but I like the blowback motion of the sig. 32 pellets good power next 30 not as powerful.
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Apr 10, 2020

Sweet pistol

Nice handling! Well balanced and weighted - great shooting fun! Looks very real and has an intimidating presence. Unfortunately your price is nearly double that of the Gamousa website! Seems a little excessive! Still, It was a choice I made and I’m happy with the pistol.
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Feb 04, 2020


Recently interested in C02 pistols, as a recreation and possibly also a stepping stone on the path to joining a shooting club. I've done extensive web research and browsing on the subject, and the choice to purchase the Gamo P25 has proven to be quite satisfactory. I've put about a dozen 12gr CO2 powerlets through it, averaging well over 56 shoots per CO2 powerlet. The power drop off is perceptible at the end of powerlet (well over 60 shots), but if anything the first 32~40 shots are plenty powerful and accurate to well within the advertised performance specs.
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