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As of January 4, 2013, we will no longer offer the full-auto Evanix Max bullpup. Only the semiauto version will be offered.
Evanix Max bullpup
*150 shots on a charge is the recommended max. You may find that you can shoot as many as 150 shots, but anything more than that could result in your bolt getting stuck. Colder temperatures will reduce the number of shots you can get from the battery. If you continue to shoot after the battery has lost a significant amount of power, the bolt may get stuck.
**You can also buy an optional 9.6V battery pack but we don't recommend it unless you shoot your gun only in very cold weather (-16 deg. C or +3.2 deg. F).
Do not use round balls in the 9mm Evanix Max bullpup!
Air Venturi recommends only JSB .35 pellets for the .357/9mm Max Bullpup.
You'll rock 'n' roll with the semiauto Evanix Max bullpup! This compact air gun will easily accompany you on your next hunting trip...or just shootin' in your backyard. The beautiful stock and the deep, rich bluing will immediately impress you. But none of it means anything without accuracy. And this gun has it in spades! The smaller brother to the Speed and Conquest, the Max gives up nothing due to its diminutive size. Prepare to be awed when you start shooting the Max bullpup!
|Max Velocity||730 fps|
|Trigger Pull||2.6 lbs|
|Max Shots per Fill||14|
|Body Type||Submachine gun|
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Things I liked: It is Semi auto, It is hard hitting. I shot 7 duck taped together spam cans from 20 feet and the 85 grain hollow point passed through the cans and exited into the front of my rubber mulch filled 3/4" plywood target box. I plan on having Will Piatt perform his magic when I am convinced I will have no warranty issues. He will do a power tune, full auto selector, foster fitting.
Things I would have changed: Easier to read gauge. A removable air cylinder. A double mag in 357 would be nice and a stud location for a sling. I also don't get the thumb hole stock thing but I can live with it..
What others should know: It is nicely done and fun to shoot
Things I liked: It's a great compact style rifle the material it's made from is high quality and its vary accurate that's about all the good things I can say
Things I would have changed: The action needs some work !!!! I feel it is vary sloppy an slow the delay from the time you pull trigger is a joke but that's not the major problem they say the "recommended ammo is JBS brand well apparently that's the only brand you can use " because the rifle just jams an jam some more or a pellet will get stuck in barrel!!! Now you have to "pay " to send back and hope pyramid air will fix and remberce you for shipping!!
What others should know: Still waiting to hear if pyramid air will take care of the pellet stuck in barrel ? Will update on outcome but honestly don't buy this model from evanix it needs some work save ur money
Things I liked: Accuracy of my 25 caliber is spot on. I'm now considering getting a 45 or 50 caliber for larger game.
Things I would have changed: They need to add a picatinny rail on the removable battery cover so you can add a bipod and other accessories.
What others should know: The recessed location of the air pressure gauge in the stock makes it difficult to see.
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How do you unjam an Evanix Max Bullpup?
What is the best pellet for .177 evanix max bullpup?
Can it be manually cycled? (e.g.: no battery)
No the rifle is utilizing an electronic firing mechanism
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 MAX Bullpup with 1/8" BSPP connector (2M)
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|Max Velocity||730 fps|