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Evanix Rainstorm 3D bullpup
*.177-caliber performs best with long, heavy pellets and tends to jam with short, light pellets. 9mm performs best with JSB and Air Venturi pellets but tends to jam with Eun Jin pellets.
**The accessory rail has a slight bit of forward/backward movement.
If you like futuristic airguns, get ready to be blown away! This is by far the most modernistic gun available on the airgun market. Nothing else comes close. Evanix has delivered the cutting edge when it comes to airguns. But that's just the looks. What really counts is underneath.
How does it shoot? Is it accurate? Is the repeating mechanism smooth as butter and quick to advance? Yes. Yes. And yes.
Sure, you want power. Sure you want a repeater. But none of that matters if you can't hit the side of a barn from the inside! Well, the Evanix Rainstorm 3D not only hits the barn, it hits the knothole on one of the timbers. These guns are accurate, and you'll be able to hone in on your target and drill it!
Whether you're shooting a flock of pigeons roosting over the grain in your barn, shooting pesky birds dining at your fruit orchard or just popping paper targets in your backyard...the Evanix Rainstorm 3D bullpup will deliver a hail of lead downrange exactly where you want it. With accuracy and smooth functioning already proven in the other Evanix repeaters, you cannot go wrong with this gun. It's lightweight and ready to do whatever you ask.
|Max Velocity||730 fps|
|Trigger Pull||6.0 lbs|
|Max Shots per Fill||14|
|Fixed/adj. power||Multiple settings|
|Cylinder Size||250 cc|
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Things I liked: I purchased two of these guns. I have the .22 and .357(9mm) and love them both dearly because of design. Very futuristic and heavy.
Things I would have changed: The .22 was very wonderfully made. No sharp edges, no parts falling apart, nice smooth finish and just good quality work. When I purchased another on the .357, it was a disaster. Quality was poor. Sharp edges on the gun frame. Butt pad is loose and keeps on falling off, cover sleeve for filling prove was TOO TIGHT. I have to use pliers to turn it just to expose filling hole for the prove. I purchased the gun in 2013 I think and have fired less than 20 9mm pellets on it. This 2017 April, I decided to shoot it again using my pliers to grab and turn the cover sleeve to pump air into the gun again. Loaded the magazine and fired one pellet. That would have been the 20th pellet if my assumptions and guess was correct. Immediately, the trigger came loose. Loose as in loose, but still attached to gun, but the rod link that connects it to the actual trigger (because it's a bull-pop design) disconnected itself from the trigger. I called pyramidair for repair and I was given a work order number.
What others should know: The link that is attached to the trigger is only held together by a small tiny pin like dowel and the vibration from the gun caused it to loosen up an fell off. Luckily I was able to found it on the floor mat because I was shooting the gun from inside the house. I will suggest NOT to take these guns hunting just in case pin drops, your screwed. Really BAD DESIGN FOR CONNECTING LINK.
Things I liked: This gun is a pure hunting air rifle. The bull pup design gives you long gun accuracy in a compact weapon system. The amount of rail space allows for optics for long range shot placement and, angled open sight for 10 yard targets. You can grab a Sepia wood stock from Pyramyd Air for only 175$ so with a few turns of the screws you can swap back and forth between a more traditional rifle and the bullpup.
Things I would have changed: Pyramyd should offer the regulator installation on this rifle as they do on some of the others. I would have gladly paid the money for a higher shot count and a more consistent shot string. I use this, mostly, for hunting so not a big deal. Just saying I would use it more for other things if it didn't use so much air.
What others should know: If you are on the fence about converting one of your current air guns to bullpup,... DON'T! Buy this one. I was gonna bullpup my marauder. For the cost of a bullpup kit i was able to buy a whole new gun. This gun slings the heavy pellets with ease, actually prefers them. The mag holds the pile driver and delivers them on target. This is an awesome gun. Accurate and powerful and, it looks great! Charge it up, 2-3 sight in shots and you have 10 good shots in the field. It's an attention getter at the range, too.
Things I liked: This is one awesome air rifle , got the 9mm and it is a blast to shoot, 1.25 inch groups at 30 yards, got it for plinking and could not be happier.
Things I would have changed: Rubber buttplate falls off easily
What others should know: Expensive to buy expensive to shoot compared to lower caliber rifles but would not trade it for any other gun.
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hi, where wooden stock is compatible with fx rifle Evanix Rainstorm 3D Bullpup ?
Where can I get a tune kit?
How loud is it in .22
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 Rainstorm 3D Bullpup with 1/8" BSPP connector (2M)
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|Max Velocity||730 fps|