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Earn 700 Bullseye Bucks
Evanix Rainstorm II PCP Air Rifle
The Rainstorm II rifle uses the the same circular clip as the Evanix Speed and Conquest air rifles and the Max bullpup.
Single-shot rifles are fun and have their place, but if you like to hunt...a repeater definitely has its advantages. Quick followup shots are nice to have without requiring you to open a pellet tin, pull out a round, close the tin, and then cock and load your rifle. How much better is it to have extra rounds waiting so you can dispatch animals quickly?
Hunting small game such as cottontails, squirrels, rats, mice, nutria (coypu) and pest birds means you're often faced with more than one critter. Having several shots available from your Rainstorm II will go a long way toward eradicating groups of pesky, destructive varmints!
|Max Velocity||1176 fps|
|Trigger Pull||3.0 lbs|
|Max Shots per Fill||22|
|Fixed/adj. power||Multiple settings|
|Cylinder Size||250 cc|
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Things I liked: I received my Rainstorm .30 in December of 2017. It came in a small package like I would expect with a bullpup, with the stock and rest of the rifle separate. To my surprise and delight it came with a thumb-hole stock... fantastic stock for an air rifle at this price point. Others on the GTA forum have done reviews on this rifle at .30 and so far they are all positive. I'm really impressed so far.
Things I would have changed: I wouldn't change anything on the airgun except maybe loose the probe and replace with a quick disconnect... but that is just my preference. Going from .25 to .30 is kind of a shock when it comes to the price of pellets, but I'll use this airgun for hunting and don't go through too many pellets, so it's not too big of a deal for me.
What others should know: If you are a hand-pumper like me, I think this is really a good choice because of the fairly low fill pressure. For the .30 I like to use one mag and re-pump to keep pumping effort to a minimum. I wouldn't want to use a .30 for target practice unless I had a tank setup. Check out the GTA and in particular "Mannys Corner" if you are considering this rifle.
Things I liked: My Rainstorm is the .30. It has a great looking stock, seems to handle well. Accuracy was pretty good as far as I'm concerned for this caliber. My shooting was done with Polymag pellets (which needed to be shortened a bit to function in the mag). It has a lot more power as compared to my Marauder .25. I only gave it 4 stars for accuracy but as I get more use out of it that could change.
Things I would have changed: I wish it had a spot for a front sling stud in a proper place. I've seen where some guys put a stud a ways back from the forend where the wood gets a little thicker, but in my mind the balance will be off for carrying with this placement. The muzzle has a tendency to swing down (if you sling it muzzle-up that is).
What others should know: It's louder that I thought. I knew going in that it would be quite a bit louder that my .25 but was still surprised just how much louder it is.
Things I liked: Beautiful gun. Absolutely a tack driver.
Things I would have changed: Get away from the very porous and brittle Sepatia wood. Improve the baffling, the thing is LOUD
What others should know: Received my .22 cal RS2 with the stock completely broke into at the wrist, after getting a new stock, Before ever shooting it. I installed a Altaros regulator, set it too 160 bar, roughly 2300 psi. removed the barrel, polished the leads and gave it a thorough cleaning with JB compound. Chronied the gun and with 21g Kodiak pellets, it is producing right at 43 fps of energy, 965 fps. I then shot a 5 shot group at 30 yds off of my lead sled rest. ALL 5 shots went through the same hole! Moved back to 50 yds and shot a 10 shot string and you could cover the group with a thumbtack. Shot several different types of pellets through it, all were 19g or heavier and ALL shot very accurate tight groups, not pellet finicky at all. These guns in .22 cal have a very positive response to being regulated down a bit from their HOT factory settings. I have shot guns that cost 3 times what I have in this RS and this gun will out shoot nearly all of them. I'll put it up against any FX of Daystate any time.
Why does the refurbished Evanix Rainstorm II PCP Air Rifle cost $50 more than a new one ($799 refurb vs $749 new)?
Can I use a moderator on this air rifle? Which one?
Pyramyd Air does not offer an aftermarket moderator.
is the new thumbhole stock what i will get if i but this gun
The .357/9mm is the only one coming with the thumbhole stock at this time.
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 II PCP Air Rifle with 1/8" BSPP connector (2M)
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|Max Velocity||1176 fps|