Chinese QS 35 Underlever [ 177cal ] Reviews



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Chinese QS 35 Underlever [ 177cal ]


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Reviewer: David
Recommended: Recommended
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Well I have mixed feelings about this gun. When it arrived it was missing the front sights and the thing which holds the lever under the barrel.

Called and they said send it back. I laid it down with a bunch of my other guns and forgot about it.

Months later noticed it and decided to try to make something of it. Scoped it and no luck. Mounts would not stay on the gun.

Switched to a dot sight and that worked much better. However the trigger left a lot to be desired. So I removed it from the stock, lubed the sear with moly and adjusted the trigger and now it is great.

Unlike others who dislike the grips, I find them to fit my (medium sized) hands quite well. Nor is the gun too heavy as some suggest.

Now don’t expect target accuracy from this gun. I can consistently keep 5 shots in the black area of a 10 meter rifle target at 25 feet indoors. So group size is in the range of 1″ to 1.5″ at 25′ for five shots.

So for $35 plus the cost of a red dot sight I have a gun which I can practice my shooting techniques all day indoors very inexpensively. If my technique is good, I get very good groups. If it gets sloppy the group size tells me so.

Please people don’t expect too much from a $35 gun! If you want target accuracy buy a IZH 46M match pistol for about $365 or a Drulov DU 10 for about $500. Of course neither of those will let you improve your shooting techniques much as both have no recoil. And both have world class light adjustable triggers, unlike real world working firearms.

Buy this gun and learn to use it. It will help you improve your every day shooting for only $35. A real bargain in my opinion.


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Chinese QS 35 Underlever [ 177cal ]


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Reviewer: uncle john
Recommended: Recommended
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whoa, why all the bad press. go to walmart and find a pellet gun for $20 or even $30 with a riffled barrel, its not gonna happen. ya’ll are makin’ this thing sound worse than that crosman .45 that shoots darts, bb’s and pellets (now thats one for a really bad review) this things ok, china doesnt have the QC

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Chinese QS 35 Underlever [ 177cal ]


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Reviewer: Ron the Mon
Recommended: Not Recommended
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This is about as bad a pistol as you can get, mine is now in the bottom of the junk pile. Impossible sights, cracked stock, inaccurate and undependable.

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Chinese QS 35 Underlever [ 177cal ]


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Reviewer: Don
Recommended: Highly Recommended
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What you pay for is metal and wood.

What you pay for is consistency and straight shooting.

What you get is both for $35.

Slide out breach, under lever cocking, and a nice usable scope rail.

I’m happy

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Chinese QS 35 Underlever [ 177cal ]


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Reviewer: N.E.Dan
Recommended: Recommended
Thumbs Up: 150
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Easy guys! this gun is not all that bad.

I recently red dot scoped mine and the improvement in accuracy is like night and day.

This underlever pistol is different, the trigger is smooth, adjustable and predictable. It shoots straight at 401 fps average with RWS Hobbys. I recorded 556.9 fps average with 4.9g Crosman Silver Eagle Hollow Points but accuracy did suffer.

I’m certainly having $30 worth of indoor fun this winter.

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Chinese QS 35 Underlever [ 177cal ]


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Reviewer: DRose
Recommended: Not Recommended
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This is a hand-filling pistol. Loading is easy. I took 20 shots then the sear would not hold. I removed the stock and adjusted the trigger pull. It was nice after that. While in there I pulled the piston seal out and it had a torn lip. Fortunately, I had a B3-1 rifle spring and seal kit handy. It takes the same pistol seal as the rifle. Testing for accuracy was very disapointing. At 30 feet it was making a shotgun pattern on the target, no telling where the next shot would go. I cleaned the barrel. Not any better. I then ran a pellet thru the barrel to look at the rifling engraved on the pellet. None! Just a bunch of scrapes around the pellet skirt. I’m done with this pistol, thank goodness I was given this pistol and I didn’t waste any money.

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Chinese QS 35 Underlever [ 177cal ]


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Reviewer: rl8792
Recommended: Not Recommended
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If you need some wood for a campfire. This monster has plenty to burn. Other than that it’s awful to shoot and handle.

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Chinese QS 35 Underlever [ 177cal ]


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Reviewer: Vince
Recommended: Not Recommended
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Good points: Nice trigger.

Bad points: everything else.

This pistol is poorly shaped and a bear to hold. It is very nose-heavy, and the sights couldn’t be adjusted down far enough for a 5 meter shooting distance.

The vaunted “fixed barrel accuracy” was a mirage, at least in this example. Granted, I’m not the best pistol shot in the world, but I’m better than this pistol was. A worked-over Industry S2 is superior.