Gamo P-900 IGT Air NBB Pellet gun

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$ 69.99

Total: $69.99

Type: Pellet Pistol
Manufacturer: Gamo
Model: P-900 IGT
Materials: Metal and Polymer
Weight: 1.3 lb (590 g)
Barrel: Rifled
Power Source: Gas-Piston
Action: Break Barrel
Ammo Type: .177 Pellets
Ammo Capacity: 1 Round
FPS: 400


  • Gas-piston system won't wear out like spring-piston guns
  • Powerful 400+ FPS muzzle velocity
  • Comfortable ergonomic polymer grip
  • Fiber optic sights
  • Rifled steel barrel improves accuracy


  • Only holds 1 round at a time
  • Rear sight cannot be adjusted for elevation (not windage)

Comments: Gamo is changing the game with the P-900 IGT Pellet Pistol! IGT stands for Inert Gas Technology, the innovative system driving this break-barrel air gun. Rather than a traditional spring-piston, the P-900 is charged with air, putting considerably less stress on the gun's internals and providing a much more reliable muzzle velocity and pellet trajectory. Together with adjustable fiber-optic sights and a smooth two-stage trigger system, the P-900 is a precision plinker!

Caliber:4.5 mm (.177 cal)
FPS:400 to 450
Ammo Type:Pellet
Power Source:Gas-Piston
Trigger Action:Single
Blowback Action:Non-Blowback
Material:Metal & Polymer
Magazine Capacity:1

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Gamo P900 IGT  177 Caliber Pellet Pistol Field Test Review

Gamo P900 IGT 177 Caliber Pellet Pistol Field Test Review

(272 raters) 19989 views - 5/26/2020 8:04:03 PM
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Gamo P-900 IGT Pellet Pistol:
-.177 caliber Pellets
-Break Barrel single shot
-Gas piston (IGT)
-6.25 inch rifled barrel
-Fiber optic front, adjustable rear sight
-1.3 pounds
-400 fps
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The Gamo P900 IGT .177 Caliber Pellet Pistol performed very well for me, the power is what you would expect for a target pistol, I would not recommend the Gamo P900 IGT .177 Caliber Pellet Pistol for any pest control. Accuracy was very good and I feel once getting use to the trigger you shoudl be able to get shots all within a 1/2 inch at 30 feet. The trigger is not super light but by no means is it heavy, the take-up is short with a predictable release, I found the trigger to work well overall. My only complaint is cocking the Gas Spring as the barrel is short and it does take some effort to do this, especially getting it started off, once you get past the first little bit it does get easier to cock. If you’re looking for a nice accurate target pellet pistol at a relatively inexpensive price point then for sure consider the Gamo P900 IGT .177 Caliber Pellet Pistol.

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