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Evanix Max-ML bullpup
9mm performs best with JSB and Air Venturi pellets but tends to jam with Eun Jin pellets.
.45- and 50-cal. mags accept ammo up to .600" long. Do not use .457" round balls in the .45-cal. magazine. Do not use ammo weighing more than 204 grains. Our 176-grain .45-caliber semi-wadcutter is not recommended. The .45-caliber air gun has a .453" bore diameter, and the barrel has 16 grooves with 1:15 right-hand twist. Do not use the Air Venturi bullet with the steel-tipped nose in your .50-caliber magazine. It does not fit.
Sometimes, size does NOT matter!
While the Evanix Max-ML is less than 30" long, that doesn't mean it can't compete with the big guns. In fact, this bullpup will give the others a real run for their money (and best most of them!).
If you're looking for accuracy and power, the Max-ML is for you. If you're looking for a repeater that doesn't gasp for air after just a few shots, the Max-ML is for you. If you're looking for a gun that's not a boat anchor, the Max-ML is for you.
Accuracy + knockdown power + repeater + compactness = Perfection
If the above equation is what you've been hunting for, then add this to your cart. You're not going to find anything else that meets all your requirements. I guess you could say that perfection IS achievable!
|Max Velocity||1050 fps|
|Trigger Pull||2.6 lbs|
|Max Shots per Fill||22|
|Cylinder Size||290 cc|
Things I liked: Power, Accuracy, Compact, Ease of use
Things I would have changed: Might rework the fill port to a standard. Other than that, nothing
What others should know: I have it in .25 , its accurate on my little range of 25 yards. Excellent with JSB Match Kings. Way more power than I expected from a .25 . Chronograph for 10 shots started at 905fps and ended at 878fps. Loud , but not overly so, probably way quieter than the .357 version. Build or buy a good trap, I'm easily going through 1/2" treated plywood at 25 yards.
Things I liked: The weight. The power.
Things I would have changed: The height of the top rail quite low. needs riser with scope.
What others should know: NOT A TOY. Serious weapon. Will attempt to take it to a range and see if they will let me practice. Report is way too loud for back yard. Sounds like nail gun on meth. Not that I know what meth feels like. Happy shooting.
Things I liked: Reasonably accurate in comparison to other .357s I have shot. I was getting 1.5" consistently at 50 yards with JSB 81 gr. pellets.
Things I would have changed: Fairly loud. If you live with fairly close neighbors, you might want to consider the smaller (.177, .22, .25) caliber rifles.
What others should know: You will use a lot of air with the .357 rifle. I was filling between magazines for optimal accuracy.
When considering a safe backdrop for a target, Will the .50 185 grain pellet go though a 2x6 pressure treated board? If so, what thickness of wood should I use? Thanks!
Will the .22cal accept a .22 cal 21 gram 5.2 pellet? I have the gun and I would hate to jam it up ...
Why is the .45 more powerful than the .50? Is it a different design or are the numbers wrong?
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-ML Bullpup with 1/8" BSPP connector (2M)
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|Max Velocity||1050 fps|