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Beeman QB78S CO2 Air Rifle
The perfect plinker now with an all-weather synthetic stock! Shooting this bolt-action couldn't be easier as there's no pumping necessary! Simply load up 2, 12 gram CO2 cartridges, put a round in the chamber, and you're ready to shoot.
This gun features an ergonomic thumbhole stock with pistol grip for a stable, comfortable hold. Adjust the single stage trigger and rear sight to your preference. Customize the rifle with the Weaver/Picatinny rail located in front of the foregrip. A great gun for plinking cans in your backyard or shredding paper targets.
|Max Velocity||650 fps|
|Suggested for||Plinking & target practice|
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Things I liked: I like everything about this gun, I have several QB wooden stock guns...not much of a fan of syn. stocks but I like this one...installed a bipod and nice scope and its a tack driver out to 25 yards which is as far as I can shoot in my suburban environment...LOL
Things I would have changed: Nuttin
What others should know: Buy this gun, u wont be sorry....
Things I liked: Accuracy, precision (these are not the same thing), ease of handling. Lightweight. The cost is incredible. This is much more fun than my Crosman 2240 CO2 pistol with carbine stock.
Things I would have changed: The breech is unusually large large presumably so a scope can be used without hindering loading. Sometimes the pellet was difficult to chamber and was inverted, but I quickly adjusted to that. Yes, there is some excess oil on the barrel and the breech, but that just takes a little cleaning. Nothing else negative.
What others should know: It came with a little extra grease in the breech and the metal components especially the barrel was well oiled. I wiped the excess off and left the barrel as it arrived. Out of the box I put about 8 7,4 grain Crosman pellets through the same hole using one CO2 cartridge (the rear seated one was an empty cartridge, and the forward one was a new Asura). There was still plenty of pressure for 30 more rounds (all the time I had) with incredible precision. This rifle is FUN. I love it.
Things I liked: Basically it's the QB78 Industry brand series with I think, better quality control. The trigger is light and predictable. It shoots a wide variety of pellet weights and styles with iron sights. The group size is 0.25" or smaller at ten yards. The stock is very comfortable.. There is a large selection of upgrades that can be done to this rifle to include a better bolt, two stage trigger, a hammer debounce kit, paint ball cylinder or bulk fill adapter. A side leaver cocking breach plus much more. The synthetic stock has an accessory picatinny rail in front to mount a laser, torch or bipod stand and hollow behind the buttplate to add weight if needed.
Things I would have changed: Nothing that I have found yet.
What others should know: After un-boxing, the action/metal parts need to be removed from the stock and wiped down with an oily cloth. Mine had a substantial amount of invisible light surface rust which became apparent on a white cotton cloth. Also, the bore requires cleaning before shooting a pellet through it to remove protective factory lubricants and debris. It took 25 passes before my patches came out clean.
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Will the .22 humanely kill squirrels
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I would like to know barrel length if you could.
|Max Velocity||650 fps|