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9mm / 0.357", 730.0 fps, Synthetic, Ambi, Brown
Evanix Rainstorm 3D bullpup. 9mm is ideal for taking smaller wild hogs, foxes and similar-sized pests. 7rd mag.
1-year limited warranty
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Average Customer Review4.5 (17 reviews)
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Things I liked:I recieved a bad one, fired when safety is ON!!! Also scratches were found all over seems like a refurbished gun, didnt bother to load a pellet in it, put it back in the box and returned to PA. PA is great gave me full refund!
Things I would have changed:Need a better QC !!
What others should know:Looks nice, solid feeling, a bit loud (only dry fired) so I do not know how loud it is when shoot a pellet. Compact, and a bit heavy because everything is metal. Save a few more dollars go buy Kalibrgun Cricket! That's I did! You wont be disappointed !!!
Things I liked:got mine in .22 and i am stunned with the power it puts out. you shoot this thing and you just hear the air being cut. i usually go to railroad to pop off some rounds and the difference between my mrod .22 and this is that my mrod would leave circle marks on the railroad steel about 30 yards away. when i shot the rainstorm the pellets just exploded like a paint ball. i always had this steel foldable chair that i would always shoot but my mrod would not penetrate but today theres holes in it. i think its power full enough to penetrate a hog skull about 40yrd away with da right pellets.this is truly a hunters gun.
Things I would have changed:I was also shocked how loud this gun was. its really loud and not back yard friendly at all. if you want to know how loud it is and your a mrod owner take your barrel off and shoot it. yeah its that loud and maybe a little louder. must contact a silencer dealer for the noise. wish it had a shot string like a mrod.
What others should know:buy a scope riser because its so annoying trying to focus with a low scope. its really accurate no lie. i had three pellets go in the same hole at 30 yards ,but you will notice the drop on when target shooting 60 to 70 yards so just practice and compensate when you know it will start the drop. its like a line being draw down. but overall i love the power so im keeping this beast.
Things I liked:I like my .22 so, so I decided to buy this .357. Not a mistake at all. This is such an excellent gun. Just as my reviews for the .22 on things that I like, it all well and good apply for this one too. Looks, weight, accuracy, size, appearance, et all. Not a toy at all, especially .357 now we're talking major air gunner. Just can't wait to take it hunting with me.
Things I would have changed:The cut edges on this one are still sharp, not as smooth as the .22 that I got. It just needs a little refining or sanding. Also the barrel is longer by about 2.5 inches. Maybe they can do without it. Finish is darker more on grey side than brown (Champagne) color. The trigger on this one is really heavy, but if you're shooting it on a rest, it doesn't really matter. Trigger pull can be adjusted, but I just don't mess with it. You will need a riser for your scope.
What others should know:It only took me two pellets to sight it in at 25 yards. I'm using a Barska 3-9X42IR scope, I also have a Walther laser FLR650. With the built in picatinny rails, it's so easy to mount accessories, and you have hundreds of accessories to chose from. I changed the front grip and placed a retractable push button bipod front grip combination. I ordered from PA the detachable swivel picatinny mount base TL-SWMTP01 to mount my sling. I only tried two types of pellets for this gun. The JSB exact and EUNJIN both in 9mm. I always find JSB very reliable and accurate pellet. I ordered 4 tin, and the 4th tin was free. You cannot go wrong with JSB, just based on my pellet shooting experience, they're consistent. It is very loud, my neighbour came by and checked it out. We both end up shooting it. But out of respect to other neighbours, we only shot a total of seven rounds. At 40 yards we're shooting 1/2 inch center to center. It is an EXPENSIVE gun. Really, you can buy AR 15 for cheaper than this, or other firearms. Only advantage is you have less restrictions on pellet guns than firearms. This is also cheaper way way way cheaper to shoot. The choice is yours.