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As of January 4, 2013, we will no longer offer the full-auto Evanix Max bullpup. Only the semiauto version will be offered.
Evanix Max bullpup
*150 shots on a charge is the recommended max. You may find that you can shoot as many as 150 shots, but anything more than that could result in your bolt getting stuck. Colder temperatures will reduce the number of shots you can get from the battery. If you continue to shoot after the battery has lost a significant amount of power, the bolt may get stuck.
**You can also buy an optional 9.6V battery pack but we don't recommend it unless you shoot your gun only in very cold weather (-16 deg. C or +3.2 deg. F).
Do not use round balls in the 9mm Evanix Max bullpup!
Air Venturi recommends only JSB .35 pellets for the .357/9mm Max Bullpup.
You'll rock 'n' roll with the semiauto Evanix Max bullpup! This compact air gun will easily accompany you on your next hunting trip...or just shootin' in your backyard. The beautiful stock and the deep, rich bluing will immediately impress you. But none of it means anything without accuracy. And this gun has it in spades! The smaller brother to the Speed and Conquest, the Max gives up nothing due to its diminutive size. Prepare to be awed when you start shooting the Max bullpup!
|Max Velocity||980 fps|
|Trigger Pull||2.6 lbs|
|Max Shots per Fill||22|
|Body Type||Submachine gun|
Things I liked: Accuracy of my 25 caliber is spot on. I'm now considering getting a 45 or 50 caliber for larger game.
Things I would have changed: They need to add a picatinny rail on the removable battery cover so you can add a bipod and other accessories.
What others should know: The recessed location of the air pressure gauge in the stock makes it difficult to see.
Things I liked: The look and fit. The wood is stunning and solidly attached. There is no movement. The pistol grip is natural. The trigger plug feels more like an M4's. (With the exception of my Daystate airwolf.) No other rifle I have fits as well as this one. Being both tactically comfortable and supported target shooting. When shouldered it feels like a part of you. It is like they measured me for the rifle.
Things I would have changed: How the trigger works is mickey mouse. Its an electric gun, give me an electric trigger. The air pressure gauge is sunk too deep. It needs to be moved closer to the surface of the stock. A parallel plug port for charging the battery. Taking the cover off is laziness on Evanix's design team. Tactical rails every where. Then general over all look is killer.
What others should know: It is LOUD! Crazy power, you need a sheet steel to add to the backing ofyour home range.
Things I liked: I have the max 9mm. I had it for a few weeks before I went out and shot it. After getting over price shock I ordered the pellets. I received the 9mm pellets they were the wrong ones. I called AIRVENTURI and they said no more than 105 grain pellet. The ones I received WERE 117 GRAIN. A little too long for the magazine. Pyramidair swapped them out for me and sent me the correct ones. Finely I got to test It out. I realy like it.
Things I would have changed: The price. Pretty pricy
What others should know: On the 9mm nothing more than 105 grain pellet. any more and the pellet is too long for the magazine.
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.
To fill your PCP gun:
1.Pick a source of air shown at right
2.If an adapter is needed, one will be shown
3.Add both to your cart to get hooked up
Evanix MAX Bullpup with 1/8" BSPP connector (2M)
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|Max Velocity||980 fps|