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    Evanix Giant PCP Air Rifle, Black reviews - page 1



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    Overall rating:5.0

    Value for money:4.0

    Accuracy:4.0

    By Kevin from USA on 2013-03-10 16:39:17

    Things I liked:Great gun, shoots well, still looking for the pellet it likes best.
    Things I would have changed:Everyone says this but cost is high
    What others should know:Good overall gun, 9mm only had one pellet to fit the magazine, so exchanged for .22. Ammo not a concern now.
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    Overall rating:3.0

    Value for money:2.0

    Accuracy:4.0

    By David from USA on 2013-02-17 10:45:37

    Things I liked:This review is for the 9mm version. I only got this because it's the only big-bore airgun that is semi/full auto and has large air tanks. It is very quiet compared to other big-bores. Action is smooth, and accuracy is good.
    Things I would have changed:Price is outrageous for this airgun. The delay between trigger pull and discharge is annoying; I would have preferred a design where the bolt is engaged normally so that trigger response is similar to other airguns (a side lever would pull the bolt back to replace the clip). The build quality (of the plastic components at least) seems cheap for the price. Airgun is under-powered (at least compared to my Career 707 Ultra); the discharge chamber could have been a bit larger (but would produce more noise as well). The cheekpiece swivels on the tank too easily; I'll eventually screw on a metal plate between the cheekpiece and the grip to prevent this. Battery charging is a pain (threading the wires); I may put a charging port to avoid this.
    What others should know:You will have to get used to the delay between trigger pull and actual discharge. I ran two clips through the airgun and got the bolt stuck once (had to dry-fire it to unstick). Installing a required scope means that accessing the clip is tricky. Also note that, as shipped, it is only capable of semiauto action. DO NOT get long pellets for this airgun (I tried the 115gr Air Venturi hollowpoints and were too long). The 95gr Air Venturis work well.
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      Value for money:4.0 4.0

      Accuracy:4.0 4.0

        By Kevin from USA on 2013-03-10
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      Things I liked:Great gun, shoots well, still looking for the pellet it likes best.
      Things I would have changed:Everyone says this but cost is high
      What others should know:Good overall gun, 9mm only had one pellet to fit the magazine, so exchanged for .22. Ammo not a concern now.
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      Value for money:2.0 2.0

      Accuracy:4.0 4.0

        By David from USA on 2013-02-17
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      Things I liked:This review is for the 9mm version. I only got this because it's the only big-bore airgun that is semi/full auto and has large air tanks. It is very quiet compared to other big-bores. Action is smooth, and accuracy is good.
      Things I would have changed:Price is outrageous for this airgun. The delay between trigger pull and discharge is annoying; I would have preferred a design where the bolt is engaged normally so that trigger response is similar to other airguns (a side lever would pull the bolt back to replace the clip). The build quality (of the plastic components at least) seems cheap for the price. Airgun is under-powered (at least compared to my Career 707 Ultra); the discharge chamber could have been a bit larger (but would produce more noise as well). The cheekpiece swivels on the tank too easily; I'll eventually screw on a metal plate between the cheekpiece and the grip to prevent this. Battery charging is a pain (threading the wires); I may put a charging port to avoid this.
      What others should know:You will have to get used to the delay between trigger pull and actual discharge. I ran two clips through the airgun and got the bolt stuck once (had to dry-fire it to unstick). Installing a required scope means that accessing the clip is tricky. Also note that, as shipped, it is only capable of semiauto action. DO NOT get long pellets for this airgun (I tried the 115gr Air Venturi hollowpoints and were too long). The 95gr Air Venturis work well.
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