Can it be manually cycled? (e.g.: no battery)
No the rifle is utilizing an electronic firing mechanism
.25 cal what are the velocities after the 20th shot to the 30th. 20 is a low shot count for hunting.
The velocity will drop off fast in that range you will at best be around 500 or below at that point, but it will not be suitable for hunting in that shot count range.
can you put a bipod on this gun,if so what kind
Look at the customer pics if you think that you can't put a bipod on it. I did it. It wasn't hard. I bought a certain rail from Vector Optics and mounted it under the battery cover(using existing holes in the battery cover) and then put on my bipod. I used 4 more of the same rails and used existing holes in the frame to put camo covers on both sides. Look at the customer pics.
No, you would have to use shooting sticks or a monopod.
I have the evanix max .22. what would be the maximum grain on the pellet. I know if too long they wont work in the magazine. I had the same issue with my evanix 9mm.
In 22 it has more to do with the design of the pellet, avoid long pointed pellets.
RE: The full-auto option disappearing after 1.4.14 So what happened? Lack of sales or some sort of regulation? The fully automatic model was going to be my dream gun.
With the politics of guns being such a heated issue, it's my strong opinion that even though it would be legal Pyramyd Air didn't want to take the chance that someone would do something stupid with a fully automatic air rifle, so they made the business decision to import semi-auto only. If you are interested in buying one and making it fully auto talk to Saddle Mountain Gunsmith.
i dont think someone really knows, from what i know this is use to be the full auto version and they converted it to fire only semi auto, but you can reverse it to fire full auto again.
I got the max 9mm semi auto. I see where the full auto switch use to be. can it have the full auto switch put back on.
call Saddle Mountain Gunsmith, they install them
what is the best pellet for the evanix max bullpup 9mm