New Gamo P-900 IGT Break Barrel Pistol

New from Gamo is the P-900 IGT Break Barrel Pistol. This low cost .177 air gun is suitable for target practice, plinking and controlling small varmints.It features a rubberized grip and fiber optic sights.

The specifications are:

– 400 FPS
– .177 Caliber
– Ergonomic design, fluted polymer rifled steel barrel
– Pellet pistol
– Break Barrel, single cocking system
– 1 Year Limited Warranty

The MSRP is $79.95.

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  • patrickiv

    Looks pretty cool but 400 FPS is really slow for a pellet gun. For comparison, paintball markers shoot at 300 FPS.

    • JT

      400 is probably too slow for any pest larger than a mouse. Even at 1000+ FPS .177 isn’t going to do a lot unless it’s a headshot.

  • dan citizen

    pretty neat, looks to be a lot of fun.

    I like the airgun articles on TFB, keep them coming!

  • GarinEtch

    Looks like the Duck Hunt pistol.

    • TyroneAlfonso

      I assume you’re referring to the NES Zapper… and you would be correct.

  • Kovacs Jeno

    You’ve forget to mention its most important and interesting feature, the IGT “nitrogen gas spring” powerplant.

  • TheSmellofNapalm

    I think I’ll stick with my trusty Crosman 1322. It shoots .22 faster than this shoots .177, and though you have to pump it, what a tack driver. Same price range, too.

  • Tactical Tightwad

    And treated by the backwards State of Michigan as a full-fledged handgun.

  • Anon. E Maus

    I don’t really like the airgun articles.
    They should at least be about airguns that are strong enough for varmint use, such as the classic Daisy Red Ryder, or that home made tommygun with .32ACP tier ballistics.

    I’m not against airguns or pelletguns (I have some myself), but they are just not firearms.

    • Max

      Ok, so way to contradict yourself: The Daisy Red Ryder you speak of shoots a Spherical pellet around 375 FPS, less than the pictured Gamo air gun. You also have to add in the fact that you’re limited to round ball ammo.

  • miamic70

    I seem to recall this being The “FIRE”arms blog yet every day I get to read about air guns and other non-firearms BS.

    • gunslinger

      Better cancel your subscription and get your money back.

      Oh wait

    • wiltinpenis

      See how it expands your knowledge.

  • Pierangelo Tendas

    For those of you who don’t know… well, the supposedly “low” energy levels are actually deliberate, not a design drawback.
    GAMO could make this gun much, MUCH more powerful if they’d want to.
    But the muzzle energy level offered by the P900 IGT is kept under a 7.5 Joules threshold — which in most Countries is the limit for airguns that can be freely purchased and owned by anybody over 18 years of age, while all airguns that esceed said threshold require a gun license for purchase and must be registered.