Gamo PT80 Reviews



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Gamo PT80


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Reviewer: Guest
Recommended: Highly Recommended
Thumbs Up: 47
Thumbs Down: 68
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Seal failure and gas leaks after first and subsequent attempts to load a CO2 cartridge. Nice design and  good build. Too bad about the seal problem with this gun. I  have a number of air guns including two other Gamo pistols that worked great out of the box. The PT 80 was a disappointment. Gamo needs  stop selling this gun until the problem is fixed. Save yourself the hassel and buy the PT 85 or PT 25.


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Gamo PT80


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Reviewer: John
Recommended: Highly Recommended
Thumbs Up: 93
Thumbs Down: 108
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Hi

I had one of these pistols and just didn’t realise how much of a good pistol it was until i bought a Crosman T4 (officially ‘the worst pistol in the entire known universe and probably beyond’!!)

I never had a single problem with it, unfortunately i sold it to buy the said ‘worst pistol in the universe-and beyond’!

I feel a right mug now for not researching the prob’s with the ‘worst gun in the Universe- and beyond’

The PT80 was a dream to load the Co2 cart and to fire off a full mag (which isn’t the case with ‘the worst pistol in the universe- and beyond’

The PT80 i have to mention is a very comfortable and nicely lightweight pistol to use as opposed to the ‘worst pistol in the universe- and beyond'(which has a really thick trigger guard that is totally uncomfortable for my thick-ish digits)

So there you have it- two reviews for the price of one- one really decent Co2 multishot pistol that works like a dream and, ‘the worst pistol in the universe- and beyond’ 🙁

(don’t waste your money folks 😉

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Gamo PT80


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Reviewer: viper576
Recommended: Not Recommended
Thumbs Up: 175
Thumbs Down: 156
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i just returnd mine to the store and got a walther cp sport. When i first got the gun shot great without no leaking seals. after a week it started to leak as soon as i put a co2 in the gun. i tried using gamo oil and it slowed the leak down to leaking in 24 hours. i had a pt23 years ago and that gun was better than this one.

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Gamo PT80


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Reviewer: Dan
Recommended: Recommended
Thumbs Up: 179
Thumbs Down: 144
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I have very few complaints about this gun.

Jam free with proper pellets,

Extremely authentic looking and feel,

Two stage trigger is real nice.

Fairly accurate.

In fact I’m impressed enough to have just ordered the Tactical version that comes with a 30mm red dot scope on a top weaver rail a compensator looking fixed barrel extension, and a light in front of the trigger actuated at the grip pressure pad, all in a carry case.

Both come with three magazines. Kudos to Gamo!

If the PT80 is a good deal @ $80.00 then if you add the above plus a few FPS maybe due to the extended barrel?

(410 vs 400 depending on different reports)

It’s a really good deal @ $120.00

Not as powerful as the Crosman T4 Tac but $50 less and Not near as expensive as the Walther 88, 99 or Nighthawk and yet more powerful.

I’ll take it!

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Gamo PT80


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Reviewer: Plinkernator
Recommended: Recommended
Thumbs Up: 185
Thumbs Down: 178
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410 fps. 1″ groups at 20′. 50 good shots from a single co2. 8 shots as fast as you can squeeze the trigger. Cool looks and reasonable construction. Not a bad deal for $100 CDN.