Introducing the Evanix Giant air rifle

The Evanix Giant air rifle is an utterly incredible airgun.

Evanix Giant Air Rifle.

Evanix Giant Air Rifle.

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There are no automatic air rifles on the market. No actually there is one, the Evanix Giant and I assure you that it is not called the ‘Giant’ for nothing. This is easily one of the most impressive airguns that you get, but sadly the fully automatic version is not available in South Africa.

The thing to get about the Evanix Giant is that it is either a semi-automatic or fully automatic air rifle that is capable of firing off ten shots in under a second. It is impossible to think that anything could ever improve, or even come close for that matter, to what they have achieved with this rifle. The most impressive thing though is that it is highly accurate, much more accurate than what you would expect, even when it is being operated on its fully automatic setting. We have posted the AirgunTV clip before, but if you have not seen it, it is worth it and certainly worth watching again.

What is even more impressive about this airgun is that is comes in .20cal, which is 5mm. That means that it does not require a firearm licence in South Africa. It is charged with a CO2 cannister and can fire up to 135 shots on a single charge. The pellets are loaded with a rotary magazine, again it is advisable to buy a few extra if you’re in the market for one.

Now for the big question, what would you expect to pay for the Giant? I am afraid that it is not cheap and is probably the most expensive airgun we’ve covered. The Gamo Airguns store has the semi-automatic version listed for R19’499. That is one hefty price tag, but then if you consider what you’re getting, I think it is well worth it!

Introducing the Evanix Giant air rifle
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