This is the flash hider for the smallbore calibers and the 9mm rifle. The .45-caliber flash hider looks different.
Flash hider on the .45-caliber rifle.
The smallbores and the 9mm come with 2 magazines. The .45-caliber version comes with one magazine and accepts ammo up to .600" long. Do not use round balls. Do not use ammo weighing more than 204 grains. Our 176-grain semi-wadcutter is over .600" long and will not fit the magazine.
Red dot sight and mount are not included.
Our tech department slugged the bore with this pellet and found that it's .453 inches. The barrel has 16 grooves with 1:15 right-hand twist.
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|Max Velocity||1200 fps|
|Trigger Pull||6.0 lbs|
|Max Shots per Fill||30|
|Cylinder Size||300 cc|
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Things I liked: This rifle is absolutely outstanding! I purchased the .357 and just got to fire it today. At 50 yards (the longest range in my area) I was able to hit THE SAME HOLE OVER AND OVER!!! Phenomenal! Not only that but this rifle is a crowd pleaser; it drew good attention and people were interested in what it was at the range and amazed by its power and accuracy. I would recommend, however, taking it to the range if you do not have a lot of land as it can be rather loud and is dangerous due the he fps and caliber options.
Things I would have changed: Nothing.
What others should know: I would recommend a scope; I purchase a UTG 3-12x43 SWAT scope which is perfect for this rifle. I may also recommend a bi-pod, but that is just my preference.
Things I liked: The appearance of my .50 cal Sniper is awesome since I did add a varity of options like a 1000 lumens light, red dot laser, scope, bipod, a M-60 carry handle, bi-pod and a .50 cal dummy mag.
Things I would have changed: The price. It's not cheap. Also, more kit remodels for this rifle like a butt stock change-out (M-249 or something simular look alike) and a fore arm upgrade.
What others should know: I first used so far a 185 grain hollow point pellet. I don't know if it was the dia. of the pellet or the side lever, but when pushing the lever forward to seat the pellet within the breech it was a little difficult. It dragged a little bit. Maybe the will resolve itself on it's own after a few more round through it.
Things I liked: I love the look, I just got my gun today with 2 day air, I am in love with this gun. I took it to the gun to the range, after 30 shot I was amazed at the spread, every once in a while it will fly to Europe, but the most part with a 1" spread @ 50 yards did great. I was going to zero it in at 100 yards, but the rain came. the gun came with 2 mags, and the air fill tip...I was getting 12 shot a tank, not bad since it only takes one to do the job... I shot a 2 x 4 stud threaded pass thought without a problem @ 20 yards... I am very sure I can kill a hog at 50,95 yards with out a problem. if you able get the tactical bi-pod, 50 bucks but worth it. the scope I have on it is the weaver kaspa series scope tactical ballistic about 230 but a great scope for a great gun.
Things I would have changed: right now nothing, maybe longer ammo, will be good.
What others should know: it is loud, the impact is amazing, the gun range was asking a lot of ? about the gun, it not a heavy gun, but walking 1 mile get a tact bag 80 dollars, and a sling, open end one work great.
I just found My evanix 9mm Sniper completely empty of air . I store it when not in use with 1500 - 2000 lb charged.. Tried using my pump.. and it wont accept it.It makes a air noise coming from barrel.Whats Up??
I am new and interesting in getting into hunting - looking at this gun. Which caliber is the most recommended? .45? .357? .30? I just don't know, anyone with more experience?
Depends on what distance you are planning on hunting at, and what game. Generally speaking the higher the caliber the more muzzle energy
How effective is the 9mm out to 80yd on coyotes and hogs
I own quite a few big bores and my 357/9mm is very effective on everything from coyotes to deer. I have taken deer at 90+ yards with no problem with my Will Piatt tuned Recluse. So to answer your question...It is VERY EFFECTIVE!!!
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 Tactical Sniper Air Rifle with 1/8" BSPP connector (2M)
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|Max Velocity||1200 fps|