Chinese Qb36 2 [ 177cal ] Reviews



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Chinese Qb36 2 [ 177cal ]


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Reviewer: Dan
Recommended: Highly Recommended
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I don’t mean to highly recommend everything but I do a lot of research and reading between the lines before I make a purchase.

I’m one of the guys that bought one of these for $75 and simply can’t believe the quality for this price.

I’ve had it for a couple of months and have only about 500 rounds through it but I have crony-ed it at a high of 1178 very light pellets and with normal weight pellets mid to high 900s.

Exceptional accuracy out to 30 yds as that’s all I have for target room.

as long as it doesn’t break I’ll continue to recommend this gun. there is a lot to like. I like its power, I like it’s accuracy’ and I actually like it’s weight.


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Chinese Qb36 2 [ 177cal ]


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Reviewer: Robert Gleeman
Recommended: Not Recommended
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There are design and quality problems with this gun. It is large and heavy, but a good bench gun for target work. Mine didn’t last very long before something went wrong and it started scraping very badly against the receiver while cocking. I had to send it back for repair in less than a month. That’s not how airguns are supposed to be.

While it worked, the cocking was easy and smooth, great trigger, and plenty of power. This is an “elephant gun” in terms of size and weight, so beware field shooters, you’ll want a sling.

I have seen this gun sold for half what I paid, and at that at that lower price of $75, I might buy another one.

I’m not sure what went bad on my rifle, but it is a solid, accurate, and substantial airgun which is so different in its shooting characteristics that I miss having it around.

However, I prefer the barrel-cocking air rifles because they are so much easier to load than side-cocking or under-lever guns, and you don’t have to put your fingers in harm’s way as you ease a pellet into the breech.