Cabela's Gamo P-25 Blowback Pellet Pistol

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Cabela's Gamo P-25 Blowback Pellet Pistol -
A semiautomatic CO2-powered air pistol that shoots PBA® Platinum pellets up to 450 fps. The innovative Blowback slide mechanism moves the slide backward when firing, providing realistic action and an authentic look and feel. 16-pellet double magazine provides rapid reloading. Fixed sights with reflective white dots. Rifled steel barrel. Comfortable, textured plastic grip. Manual safety.
Length: 7-3/4".
Weight: 1-1/2 lbs.
Caliber: .177.
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Cabela's Gamo P-25 Blowback Pellet Pistol Review:


First Pellet Gun

I've had BB guns but no pellet guns before.
Purchased this one because the way it looked
was very realistic as well as weight, about as heavy
as a small unloaded handgun. The clip eject button shoots out nicely and is hidden
up into the bottom of the gun. Kick it out and flip
it over to get 8 more shots. (has 2 x 8 shot rounds) The CO2 is also hidden in the stock and you get
to it by pulling/sliding it down. Shoots pretty accurate at about 10/15 ft. I havn't
gone past that yet. Although i have had it miss
fire quite a few times. It will fire but the pellet
would still be in the clip. This may just be an issue
until i get some more rounds run thru it. I'm still on
my first 250 round tin of .177 pellets. The Safety is also kinda a pain. Its a 2 part safety
where there is a spring slide within the safety
lever. So you have to hold the spring back and then
flip up into fire. Something you can't do alone with
your firing hand.. its a 2 hand process. The trigger also has quite a long travel before you
get to firing. Maybe this is the same with all pellet
guns i don't know. I believe most of the trigger pull
is actually rotating the clip round within the handle.
SpRick3t at Cabelas on 11/06/2011