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|Max Velocity||1000 fps|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
|Trigger Pull||5.0 lbs|
|Max Shots per Fill||6|
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Things I liked: I just picked up the 25 caliber version of the hunting master. First impression, great craftsmanship. The fit and finish is excellent. The revolver cylinders slide into the frame with a good fit with no percieved gap, very tight machining tolerances in the construction. Very powerful as well. I have quite a few air pistols and this one definitely seems the most powerful. 6 good full power shots on a full charge. Accuracy seems like it has good potential.
Things I would have changed: The top of the dovetail rail on top of the receiver is rounded. Normal dovetail rings and mounts do not like to mount vlbecause of that domed top not giving proper clearance. I had to mill out my dovetail base on the mount to accomodate it would have been easier to have a flat top on the rail. The trigger seems to need a little tuning too. Most other air pistols either come with a built in shroud or moderator or at least a threaded muzzle to accept something . This does not. Definitely needs something to reduce the noise.
What others should know: Very loud. Beautiful wood stock/grip. Seems to favor baracuda pellets in 25 cal so far.
Things I liked: Very high quality is obvious, with a beautiful wood grip. I have not tried to see how many shots I can get on a full pressurized system but I have not noticed any negligible difference after 18 shots. Easy to pressurize with my Hill pump. and seems very accurate. Would be great for back packing to get camp meat.
Things I would have changed: I think I could forego the wood and have a slimmer and a more functional pistol grip with a weaver rail under barrel for a light or laser for field use.
What others should know: A little expensive but the quality tells you why. For a hand gun to shoot close to 1000' per and be this accurate is a testament to modern day craftsmanship.
Things I liked: Luv this AR6. Its as close as a shooter can get to a mid-power .22 rifle. Accurate for 12 good hard shots. Meets all my expectations. Single Action is smooth as silk. Solid Steel 6 Round Cylinder makes this Revolver cycle nice and consistent. How fast can you shoot? (Do Not shoot in Double Action, Must be cocked then trigger pulled:^) AR6 can keep up at any speed you can shoot. The stock is very nice No Varnish to chip and mark up. Sanded smooth and oiled. Proper way to treat a piece of walnut I must say. Heavy Duty Hammer and Trigger great single action setup at its price range.
Things I would have changed: More contoured Stock. Little of that Nice Hard Walnut Shaved off would save some weight, like 1/4-1/2lb. Bottom Nub is HUGE, but works excellent with a Bi-Pod or Gun Rest for a level stable platform to shoot from. A Lighter Tactical Look would be cool. It is LOUD. Shroud and Baffle the Barrel Would be nice to have non-destructive Double Action
What others should know: It will bend parts inside if you shoot Double Action (Pulling the Trigger without cocking the hammer) youtube tutorials by Dirt'ae Harry are very informative, just too much incorrect info. The Cylinder Magazines that are shown on the video's have been modified too shoot the longer Pointed Eunjin 32.4gr Pellets. Todays AR6 can only shoot the Lighter Round Head Eunjin 28.5gr Pellets. Dirt'ae Harry's Beard is painted on:^P 12 shots refill it tends to shoot high first couple shots, and a bit Low last 2 shots.
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Can I use .22cal pellet in a .25 cal pistol?
Do I need a adapter to fit air venture tank
Yes, to fit the quick disconnect on the end of your hose, you will need Air Venturi Male Quick-Disconnect, 1/8"...
I have an Evanix hunting master AR6 and I'm using a PCP HAND PUMP To FILL It BUT My PRROBLEM Is THAT I'm supposed to line the fill tube cap to the reservoir but I can't see any openings"? Is there a certain amount of unscrewing the cap so I can get to the opening so I can fill the reservoir"??
The image shown here doesn't seem to include any such cover ? Maybe the newer ones excluded the cover ? Hatsans have similar cover that you just twist until the fill hole is exposed.
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 Hunting Master AR6 with 1/8" BSPP connector (2M)
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|Max Velocity||1000 fps|