Gamo offers a variety of semi-automatic CO2 BB guns and .177 cal. pellet pistols. Crafted to the same meticulous standards as Gamo air rifles Gamo air pistols are second to none in speed, power, and accuracy.
For over 120 years Gamo has been in the air gun industry, designing and producing high quality and high powered air rifles, air pistols and airgun ammunition for small game hunting and pest control.
Today, Gamo is the largest manufacturer of airgun pellets in the world, and one of the most recognized air gun manufacturers in Europe. Competing successfully worldwide, Gamo air guns can be found in more than fifty countries and used daily by hunters and outdoor enthusiasts.
PT-85 Blowback CO2 Powered Air Pistol Video Review
Semi-Automatic CO2 Powered with Blowback Action
The PT-85 Blowback CO2 powered air pistol is featuring the innovative Blowback feature. This new technique provides a realistic action and an authentic look and feel when shooting. This is achieved utilizing a small portion of air to move the slide backward when firing. A rifled steel barrel and textured grip are also features of this new air pistol that is capable of up to 450fps with Gamo's PBA Platinum Pellets.
Only standard-skirt pellets should be used with the PT-85 Blowback pistols. To avoid damaging your magazine, never use long-skirt pellets, such as: Red Fire, Blue Flame, Glow Fire, PBA Bullet, Magnum, Master Point, Armor, Lethal, Rocket or TS-10.
- Slide: Blowback
- Capacity: 16 Pellets Double Magazine
- Action: Single / Double
- Power Source: 12g CO2
- Barrel: Rifled Steel
- Safety Mechanism: Manual
- Textured Grip
- Sights: Fixed with reflective white dots
- Velocity: Up to 450 fps
- Caliber: 0.177
- Ammunition: 0.177-caliber pellets
- Length: 7.8 inches
- Weight: 1.5 pounds
Warning: Airguns are not toys. Airguns are recommended for use by those 16 years of age or older. Adult supervision required. Misuse or careless use may cause serious injury. Do not brandish or display your airgun in public. It may confuse people and it may be a crime. Police and others may think an airgun is a firearm. Do not change the coloration or markings to make it look more like a firearm. Buyer and user should conform to all laws governing the use and ownership of their airgun. The person handling the airgun and anyone nearby should always wear protective eyewear. Read all instructions before using. Always use care and shoot safely.