5 ft/lbs… 508 ft/sec
Perfect for Plinking & Killing Tin Cans
(Not Suitable for Self Defense or Hunting).
IGT gas piston (IGT=Inert Gas Technology)
30 lbs. cocking effort
Fixed fiber optic front sight
Windage-adjustable rear sight
Rifled steel barrel
Textured, rubberized ambidextrous grip
2-stage non-adjustable Smooth Action Trigger (SAT)
No spring torque
No spring fatigue, even if you leave it cocked for hours
Functions perfectly in cold weather
Lasts longer than a metal spring
Gamo USA states that this gun gets 400 fps (and Gamo traditionally provides velocity figures for alloy pellets, not lead pellets). However, airgun writer Tom Gaylord tested the P-900 with Gamo Raptor PBA pellets (5.4 grains) and got a whopping 508 fps! For a 10-shot string, he got an average of 490 fps. As a result, the velocity figure for this gun does not agree with Gamo's claim.
Weight: 1.30 lbs
Barrel Length: 6.25"
Overall Length: 12.60”
A fun plinker for casual backyard get togethers and competition among friends and family.
Most pistols these days are powered by CO2, so it's a breath of fresh air to see a gun that requires nothing but you and a tin of pellets to let the fun begin!
If you're planning to teach someone to shoot air pistols, this might be a good one since you can leave it cocked without worrying about weakening a coiled mainspring while you give them instruction.
.30 to .50 Caliber (Big Bore)
Air Lines- PCP
Cleaning & Maintenance
Holsters & Belts
Left Hand & Ambidextrous
Replica Air Guns
Tactical & Military