Chinese Qb6 [ 177cal ] Reviews



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Chinese Qb6 [ 177cal ]


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Reviewer: Ratgetter
Recommended: Recommended
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Not sure but I don’t think it is sold any longer. But, I agree the the Italian. Rough! sanded sharp edges, polished the triger, Put a scope on it and its fun to shoot. Might become a collectors Item just because of its looks. I also put a longer butt plate on mine with a 1/2″ thich dense rubber pad. Helped a lot in holding the rifle. Actually shoots hard. Have never check the volocity but my judgement is around 750 fps +-. Took off the front sight and put a cover over the end to hide the stuff they have on the barrel to hold on the sight..which by the way was put on off to one side a bit. You cannot twist it to center because of the way it is attached. Shoots like a springer and you need to lock-tight the screws everywhere. After about 200 shots I also cleaned it real good and got all the gooo that they call lube out of it. Barrel inside was also covered with the gooyeee stuff. I used a rod and cleaning pad with laquer thinner to get it out of the grooves. Shot much better groups after I cleaned the barrel real good. Don’t know what that stuff is but I had a hard time getting it out. I would recommend this rife for someone that knows airguns and can do the things that need to be done to make it decent. I get a quarter size group at 15 yards. Also heat treated all the metal and blued with cold bluing. Which I soaked with oil after the bluing was done. Here in Hawaii we have lots of moisture all the time and the thing was rusting the first week I had it. Now it doesn’t. If you buy one have fun with it.


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Chinese Qb6 [ 177cal ]


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Reviewer: dante cenesi
Recommended: Recommended
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In Italy I have paid 110 euro. The opinion above it’s based on my attitude to use file, drilling machine…and elbow’s oil. The Airgun it’s rough, sharp metal edges and corner, heavy vibration on the barrel, rear sight move itself. Using: file, a waterpipe piece 110g assembled gripping the front sight, a little steel plate bored 1mm assembled on the rear sight with glue, rubber plates putted where I rest the rifle, polishing and cold burnish…now I have a balanced nice airgun with a good trigger progressive effort. On shoulder 25mt within 4″ in resting it’s easy within 2″.