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Evanix Rainstorm II PCP Air Rifle

Evanix Rainstorm II PCP Air Rifle

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  • Description
  • Specifications
  • Customer reviews
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  • PCP Hookup
  • Evanix Rainstorm
  • Precharged pneumatic (PCP)
  • Shrouded barrel
  • 13rds/.177, 11rds/.22, 10rds/.25, 8rds/.30, 7rds/9mm
  • Sidelever cocking
  • Adjustable buttpad (vertically)
  • Ambidextrous sepatia (Indonesian walnut) stock
  • Unique checkering on the forearm & pistol grip
  • Built-in manometer (air pressure gauge)
  • 2-stage adjustable trigger
  • Approx. 2.20- to 3.00-lb. trigger-pull
  • Manual safety
  • 11mm dovetail (no open sights)
  • 3000 psi fill
  • .177 cal.=26 shots/fill, .22 cal.=22 shots/fill, .25 cal.=20 shots/fill, 9mm=14 shots/fill
  • Includes a 1/8" BSPP probe with male threads and 2 magazines

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!
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Caliber0.25" (6.35mm)
Max Velocity910 fps
Barrel Length17.0"
Overall Length39.0"
Shot Capacity10
Front SightNone
Rear SightNone
Scopeable11mm dovetail
TriggerTwo-stage adjustable
Suggested forHunting
Trigger Pull3.0 lbs
PowerplantPre-charged pneumatic
Max Shots per Fill20
Body TypeRifle
Fixed/adj. powerMultiple settings
Weight7.2 lbs
Cylinder Size250 cc
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By Dwight R from USA on 2015-12-09
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Things I liked: I bought a refurbished rifle (.25 cal) and without a doubt it is the most accurate air rifle I have ever shot (it is also the first PCP rifle I have ever bought). It will primarily be used for hunting. The wood on the stock, while not spectacular is very nice and the stock design is excellent. The trigger was gritty and at 3.5 lbs when I got the rifle, I stoned and polished the sear surface and bobbed one spring and now I have a glass smooth trigger that breaks at 2.0 lbs. The 50 yd 5 shot groups average around 1/2" using JSB Heavy kings. I have also ordered a (Hume) regulator to reduce the shot to shot variation. All in all, an excellent rifle, lots of power and shoots one hole groups at 30 yds. I give it a thumbs up. I have already taken two raccoons (30 yard head shots) and a musk rat (63 yard head shot) with it.

Things I would have changed: I would suggest better trigger refinement referring to pull and smoothness. Better baffles in the shroud and or a silencer and a regulator. Also the magazine will not function with Beeman/H&N Silver Bears or Silver Arrows and that too needs to be addressed.

What others should know: If you don't want to tinker with the trigger or add a regulator than pay the extra money and get a German (HW) or English(Daystate or Air Arms) made rifle, it will just cost you a lot more and you may not end up with the same power level.

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By William from USA on 2015-09-12
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Things I liked: I just received my Evanix Rainstorm II in 9mm/.357cal., and so far, I couldn't be happier with the purchase. Well packaged by PA, and although the outer box showed signs of having survived rough treatment in it's journey, no apparent damage was done to the gun or other misc. contents of my purchase. In my order, I asked some favors of PA which weren't any obligation on it's part, but which were done to my satisfaction. Thank you PA! I paid for the 10 for $10 check, and a record of the service was included within the inner gun box. Every aspect of fit and finish is as perfect as that of other guns that I own, which include FX, Daystate, Weirauch, Beeman, and others. I attached my Omega compressor directly to the gun, and it pumped up flawlessly, and continues to hold the charge. I attached the probe that came with the gun, to a male adaptor which allows my foster fittings to directly attach to that male adaptor. 2 solid mags, made of metal, come with the gun, and that is all you need.

Things I would have changed: There isn't much ammunition available yet for 9mm/.357cal. guns, with JSB having a virtual monopoly on most of the sales happening today, which IMHO has resulted in overpricing, but other sources of supply, such as "Hunter's Supply", in NM, are out there if you look hard for them on line. H & N puts out a 82 grain pellet (bullet) but the JSB works best so they say. As soon as more guns in this caliber hit the market, hopefully ammunition prices will come down.

What others should know: I haven't had time to shoot the gun yet, but the 10 for $10 service results using 9mm/.357cal., 81.02 grain JSB Exact pellets, and a starting pressure of 200 bar, shows a range of 667.71 fps to 806.40 fps spread; 13.87 fps std. deviation. the first 5 shots averaged 6.48 fps std. deviation, while shots 6 thru 10 averaged 24.17 fps std. deviation. I intend to send this gun off to Will Piatt at Saddle Mountain Gunsmith, for some tuning, but that won't be for quite a spell, as their work load is backed up for nearly a year. He should be able to smooth out the trigger, lengthen and better the shroud by several decibels, and increase the power by up to 100 more psi. The Evanix is worth the effort, I think? I put off buying it, as I did not have faith in the Korean manufacturing process, but if this gun shoots as good as it looks, my procrastination was in vane. Oh yes! The sepatia stock is absolutely beautiful, and so is the bluing! Buy it! You'll like it too!

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By ENRIQUE from USA on 2015-05-16
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Things I liked: This is my second review about the Rainstorm II in Cal. .30.... The more I use it, the more it amaze me!!! I am using the JSB's 44.75 gr.... Rifle and pellet seem to be built one for the other.... From 20 to 100 yards (my more distant target)the accuracy of this rifle (at least mine), is insane!!!....SERIOUSLY TALKING, accuracy in my rifle can not be improved!!... You have all the accuracy you humanely can get when shooting and enough power to handle any midle size hunting around.... You just need to invest some time and pellets to getting to know the parabole.

Things I would have changed: Evanix has to redesign the stock around the safety.... I had to cut some portion of the wood around the safety to be able to put the it on and off easily.

What others should know: As loud as the expected from a rifle with this power.

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  • joel from USA asked:

    hi i am interested in a rainstorm 2 evanix I need to know if it sounds hard or silent. joel

    • Mohammed from India:

      It is high. Not suitable for an Urban environment

    • Stanley from USA:

      Medium high .

  • Domingo from USA asked:

    Can it load longer pellets? Is the trigger adjustable?

    • James from USA asked:

      what is 4-med high in db levels? too loud for back yard?

      • Rob from USA:

        I beg to differ. It is indeed way louder than my break open spring rifle. I'm sending mine away to have more baffles added.

      • Horace from USA:

        Answer is generally NO for most urban neighborhoods. Don't despair, there are many solutions. Contact Neil Clague on the TAG forum.

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    Item Description

    In stockAV-00430 [PY-2750-5385]
    Knockdown hunting power! 10rd mag. Sepatia (Indonesian walnut) stock
    Caliber0.25" (6.35mm)
    Max Velocity910 fps

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