Evanix has been making high powered airguns for a long time. They’ve always strived for performance and presence. Evanix guns have a very distinct look to them. They are modern and edgy and definitely turn heads at the range. Evanix is not afraid to push the boundaries of what an airgun should look like. But beyond looks, airguns also need to perform. Evanix does not disappoint. Specializing in affordable, compact, big bore airguns as well as tactical and traditional small bore airguns, Evanix delvers on all fronts. Evanix works through dealers here in the US.

For information about their entire product line, please visit www.evanix.com

To buy these guns in the USA, please visit: 

https://www.newenglandairgun.com/ or www.airgunproshop.com

Video from AE24 for Evanix


Evanix VIPER

Introducing the Evanix Viper Semi-Automatic Pistol. This gun is good for 2 magazines worth of shots before having to refill. It is also extremely accurate and consistent, and perfect for critters, target practice, and small game. This gun comes with 2 x 7rd single mags.

The Viper likes heavier pellets and slugs, the factory recommends 25 grain for proper operation and highest shot count (14 shots per fill) @700 fps for 27 fpe

25.4 gr @ 612 fps for 21.13 fpe

26.6 gr @ 582 fps for 20.01 fpe

33.95 gr @ 434 fps for 14.2 fpe

It is pre-threaded 1/2″ x 20 for a moderator: Ammo used for db rating: Baracuda Green 19.91grain

Evanix Moderator: 106 dB (moderator currently in manufacturing, available on or after April 8)
0dB Moderator: 100 dB
No Moderator: 120 dB

The Gauge can be configured in 4 different ways: please refer to pictures and video below.

Something to note on this pistol:

  • Like all PCP airguns, use them in the top 1000 psi of the max air fill for best performance.
  • This airgun is reliant on backpressure from a pellet in the barrel, if you dry-fire it, (no pellet in the magazine or barrel) it can sound like it’s shooting full auto, but it isn’t shooting, it’s just partially cycling many times.
  • Low power or dry fire shooting, usually doesn’t provide a full stroke of the pellet probe, a full stroke is needed to fire additional pellets.
  • The large hammer spring screw on the back of the gun controls the semi auto feature, too much pressure on the spring and you will need to cock the gun for each shot. adjustment should be made to keep the semi auto function working first, then you can screw it in further for a little more power if needed.


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Website:  www.evanix.com


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