This gun is defiantly not backyard friendly,
To start I will give the negative, No open sights!!
The only bullet I could find for the gun is the Benjamin Pursuit 170 grain, I don’t like this, and since this is my first big bore pellet,,,,,,,,,,,, Bullet gun
I found this to be a big disincentive to owning a big bore pellet gun. I don’t have a use for the big bore but every since I shot the Benjamin Rogue I wanted a big bore but now regret owning one. $1300.00 is a whole lot of money.
Yup, that is the only negative I could find.
I spent the day shooting soup cans at 50 yards with a simple scope from my AR15 (NC Star 3-9x42RE) once the scope was set the gun is 100% on target. Its a great gun, and the reason I did not get the Benjamin Rogue is because the trigger was electronic, looking forward into the future and repairs that the gun will need the Evainx will be a simple repair and if no parts are available they can be made by any good machinist/Airgunsmith. which brings me to the Evanix Max-ML Bullpup 357 trigger, another 100% it is truly adjustable, very nice smooth and crisp drop.
The gun handles well and is light for the caliber. since this is a holiday I was not going to do a lot of testing, so for those of you that have shot
Benjamin Rogue, I like the Evanix Max-ML Bullpup 357 much better, I have own the Evanix Max-ML Bullpup 357 and have shot the Benjamin Rogue more then I have shot the Evanix and the Evanix wins hands down.