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Eun Jin

If power is what you're looking for in an air rifle, be sure to check out the Eun Jin Sumatra and Eun Jin Sumatra 2500 in 22 cal and 25 cal. When you couple these rifles with the popular Eun Jin pellets in 22 and 25 Eun Jin pellets, you'll have a deadly hunting combination. Regardless of which caliber you choose, power is the name of the game with these rifles.

Eun Jin .177

Round Nose .177 Pellets

This pellet is good for all hunting and pest control uses, from backyard fun to small game hunting or pest control. The Eun Jin is a heavy weight pellet that should perform well in the big powerful airguns.  This pellet will perform well in both the spring/gas ram and PCP air rifles.  Give it a try and see for yourself.   This pellet is not recommended for low to low-medium powered air guns.  The Eun Jin pellet is designed for magnum airguns for best performance.
 

Caliber
Weight
Quantity
Head Type
.177
16.00 gr.
220
Round Nose

 

$8.99
$13.22 (save 32 %)
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Eun Jin .20 Pellets

Round Nose .20 Pellets

The Eun Jin pellet is designed for magnum powered hard hitting PCP air guns.  Air rifles such as the Air Force Condor,  Eun Jin Sumatra, Rapid Air Weapons and Evanix series of guns have the power to handle this heavy Korean pellet.  This pellet is for use in hunting guns and packs a hit that is unmistakable.  Based on the shape and weight the Eun Jin pellets have been known to provide excellent long range accuracy and should be in your testing lineup for the most powerful pcp air rifles.

 

Caliber
Weight
Quantity
Head Type
.20
25.0  gr.
150
Round Nose

 

$8.40
$10.66 (save 21 %)
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Eun Jin .22 Pellets

Eun Jin .22 - Round Nose Pellets

The Eun Jin pellet is designed for the heavy hitting guns such as the Air Force Condor,  Eun Jin Sumatra and Evanix series of guns.  This pellet is for use in hunting guns and packs a hit that is unmistakable.

 

Caliber
Weight
Quantity
Head Type
.22
28.50 gr.
110
Round Nose

 

$6.99
$10.66 (save 34 %)
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Eun Jin .25 Pellets

Round Nose .25 Pellets

The Eun Jin pellet is designed for the heavy hitting guns such as the Air Force Condor,  Eun Jin Sumatra and Evanix series of guns.  This pellet is for use in hunting guns and packs a hit that is unmistakable.

 

$6.99
$10.66 (save 34 %)
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Eun Jin Sumatra .22 500cc

High Power, Lever Action, Pre-Charged Pneumatic (PCP)

6-Shot Rotary Magazine
Devastating Power in .22 and .25 Calibers

 

The Sumatra is one very, very powerful .22 caliber, lever action, pre-charged pneumatic (PCP) rifle. If a shooter is looking for a rifle that can reach out to those longer distances (over 50 yards), then this has got to be the gun for that purpose. The .22 caliber rifle shoots very flat, as one would expect from a gun that shoots Eun Jin .22 caliber 29.0 grain pellets at 1002 fps (62 fpe). Even the most popular, better-known pellets yield some startling velocities. Beeman .22 caliber Kodiak pellets were chronographed at a whopping 1059 fps average, Crosman Premiers .22's at 1179 fps average and Beeman .22 FTS at 1159 fps average. Velocities of this magnitude will certainly make for a very flat trajectory coupled with a huge amount of knockdown energy at the target.

The Sumatra offers 13 power levels and the pellet test figures quoted above were shot at high power. The gun is so powerful at 50% of the .22 caliber pellets shot well over the 1051 fps speed of sound with the highest velocity at full power being 1242 fps. To bring those velocities down to a lower level, simply shift to the lower power(s), which is done easily by turning the power wheel in front of the trigger in either direction after fully cocking the gun.

Along with it's other features, the Sumatra is advertised to have an accuracy rating of 3/8" ctc at 30 yards using Eun Jin pellets. We didn't do that testing and assume that it comes from factory tests but from the shooting we've done with the Sumatra we sure don't see any reason to doubt the results. It shot well with all the pellets we tested. In addition the barrel is threaded for add-on accessories and the trigger is a two stage adjustable unit. But the most noticeable feature is the 6 shot rotary magazine. Due to the Sumatra's Korean heritage, a lot of shooters will be comparing the Sumatra to the Career 707. And the most noticeable difference is the rotary magazine instead of the in-line magazine used by the Career. While both style magazines function flawlessly, we do find that the Sumatra's rotary magazine has an advantage over the in-line magazine of the Career. That advantage is that pellets of any length in a given caliber can be shot in the rotary magazine by simply loading them. In fact, a shooter could load 6 different length pellets at the same time. The Career's in-line magazine requires that the stock be removed from the gun and the pellet port altered to accommodate every different pellet length. That is a decided advantage for the Sumatra for the shooter that likes to try different pellets.

In summary, I would have to say that the Sumatra will quickly become a favorite in the airgunning world due to it's great power, excellent accuracy, ease of use and low price point. This rifle is a steal for anyone looking for a powerful PCP rifle. As more calibers are added, the rifle's attractiveness will increase even more. Check this one out closely if you're a hunter.


Technical Data for the Eun Jin Sumatra:

Total Weight 8.0 lbs
Overall Length 43.0"
Stock Ambidextrous
Sights Scope Required
Mounting Method 11mm Rail
Caliber .22, .25
Cocking Method Lever
Cocking Effort Low
Recoil Rating Low
Power Plant Pre-Charged Pneumatic **
Shot Capacity Magazine

** As with all PCP rifles an external air supply is needed but not supplied with the rifle.  Ask about our hand pumps and scuba adapters.

Model
Velocity fps
Muzzle Energy
.22
1002-1186
31-62 fpe

 

$679.00
$799.00 (save 15 %)
Quantity
Eun Jin Sumatra .25 500cc

High Power, Lever Action, Pre-Charged Pneumatic (PCP)

6-Shot Rotary Magazine
Devastating Power in .22 and .25 Calibers

 

The Sumatra is one very, very powerful .25 caliber, lever action, pre-charged pneumatic (PCP) rifle. If a shooter is looking for a rifle that can reach out to those longer distances (over 50 yards), then this has got to be the gun for that purpose. The .20 caliber rifle shoots very flat, as one would expect from a gun that shoots Eun Jin .25 caliber 35.0 grain pellets at 973 fps (74 fpe). Even the most popular, better-known pellets yield some startling velocities. Beeman .25 caliber Kodiak pellets were chronographed at a whopping 1014 fps average and Beeman .25 FTS at 1151 fps average. Velocities of this magnitude will certainly make for a very flat trajectory coupled with a huge amount of knockdown energy at the target.

Along with it's other features, the Sumatra is advertised to have an accuracy rating of 3/8" ctc at 30 yards using Eun Jin pellets. We didn't do that testing and assume that it comes from factory tests but from the shooting we've done with the Sumatra we sure don't see any reason to doubt the results. It shot well with all the pellets we tested. In addition the barrel is threaded for add-on accessories and the trigger is a two stage adjustable unit. But the most noticeable feature is the 6 shot rotary magazine. Due to the Sumatra's Korean heritage, a lot of shooters will be comparing the Sumatra to the Career 707. And the most noticeable difference is the rotary magazine instead of the in-line magazine used by the Career. While both style magazines function flawlessly, we do find that the Sumatra's rotary magazine has an advantage over the in-line magazine of the Career. That advantage is that pellets of any length in a given caliber can be shot in the rotary magazine by simply loading them. In fact, a shooter could load 6 different length pellets at the same time. The Career's in-line magazine requires that the stock be removed from the gun and the pellet port altered to accommodate every different pellet length. That is a decided advantage for the Sumatra for the shooter that likes to try different pellets.

In summary, I would have to say that the Sumatra will quickly become a favorite in the airgunning world due to it's great power, excellent accuracy, ease of use and low price point. This rifle is a steal for anyone looking for a powerful PCP rifle. As more calibers are added, the rifle's attractiveness will increase even more. Check this one out closely if you're a hunter.


Technical Data for the Eun Jin Sumatra:

Total Weight 8.0 lbs
Overall Length 43.0"
Stock Ambidextrous
Sights Scope Required
Mounting Method 11mm Rail
Caliber ..22, .25
Cocking Method Lever
Cocking Effort Low
Recoil Rating Low
Power Plant Pre-Charged Pneumatic **
Shot Capacity Magazine

** As with all PCP rifles an external air supply is needed but not supplied with the rifle.  Ask about our hand pumps and scuba adapters.

 

Caliber
Velocity fps
Muzzle Energy
.25
973-1151
64-74 fpe

 

$679.00
$799.00 (save 15 %)
Quantity