Windy City II shot string. Beeman Kodiak .177 cal, 10.65 grain. Rifle filled to 3,000 PSI. Shot count down to 800 PSI.
Windy City II shot string. Beeman Kodiak .22 cal, 21.14 grain. Rifle filled to 3,000 PSI. Shot count down to 800 PSI.
Windy City II shot string. JSB King Exact, 25.39 grain. Rifle filled to 3,000 PSI. Shot count down to 800 PSI.
Windy City II shot string. Eun Jin, 28.5 grain. Rifle filled to 3,000 PSI. Shot count down to 800 PSI.
Windy City II shot string. Eun Jin .25 cal, 35.8 grain. Rifle filled to 3,000 PSI. Shot count down to 800 PSI.
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|Max Velocity||730 fps|
|Trigger Pull||2.6 lbs|
|Max Shots per Fill||70|
|Fixed/adj. power||Multiple settings|
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Things I liked: I have bolt action , side pull, side lever, pcp air rifles and this one has the smoothest jam free cycling of any. I also like the 480 cc carbon fiber bottle which gives me at least 52 usable shots . I am able to shot dime size groups at 30 yards but at 50 yards I will get 2 or 3 shots within an inch and then the poi marks to the left or right inside a 3 inch target. I am shooting from a yoked camera tripod so I don't know if that's the gun or me.. Interestingly, I downed a crow at 70 yards using the H&N Sniper Magnum pellet.
Things I would have changed: I think the space around the fill port needs to be widened. After bleeding the air off the fill line the fill adapter is very difficult to remove. Most of the time I have to remove the stock to get a grip on the probe to pull it free. Also would it cost that much to add sling adapters as standard equipment?
What others should know: This air gun has a lot of power and the only pellets that will group for me has been the 16.2 gr. JSB beast and the H&N sniper magnum 15 gr. I tried Beeman 10.6 grain and they scattered. Lighter pellets might work as the pressure falls below 2000 psi. I haven't tried it yet.
Things I liked: Nice looking rifle. Good feel. Good trigger. Accurate. Powerful.
Things I would have changed: Supressed and depinged. Weird sound. 4500 psi capable
What others should know: Love shooting roundball in it - cans are destroyed, ring neck doves explode. I put a Leupold 1 to 4 zoom scope and have killed rattlesnakes and said invader doves. Repeating action is nice for the snakes. Seems to work better only loaded for 5 shots - still learning this part.
Things I liked: In Cal .357 this is POWERFULL hunting rifle... Because of the air tank capacity I choose the Windy city over the other Evanix .357 rifles... This air tank should give more consistent shoots.
Things I would have changed: Nothing.
What others should know: This rifle is longer (about 4 inch) that my Windy City Cal. .25..... With this caliber .357 you should REALLY BE CAREFULL of how you use it... I know both rifles Windy City Cal. 25 and Windy City .357 are very powerfull rifles and not to compare with a bb rifle, but just for knowing what we are talking about, in terms of power, when you ar using a Daisy Red Ryder bb rifle, you are closer to the power of Windy City Cal. 25 (61 ft-lbs) than when you are using a Windy City Cal. 25 (61 ft-lbs)to the power of a Windy City Cal .357 (121.6 ft-lb).... Defently this is a very powerful hunting rifle
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can this rifle be shipped to Chicago
1200 f.p.s, with what weight pellet and can this gun be ordered with the side bolt option with buffalo ball?
how much would an extra carbon fiber bottle for this gun cost?
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Evanix Windy City II PCP air rifle with 1/8" BSPP connector (2M)
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|Max Velocity||730 fps|