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Beeman SAG QB78 Deluxe CO2 Air Rifle
If you're looking for the perfect plinking airgun, this is the one you've been searching for.
The Beeman SAG QB78 Deluxe features fully adjustable TRUGLO fiber optic sights, an attractive hardwood stock, and a beautifully finished gold bolt handle and trigger.
|Max Velocity||650 fps|
|Front Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Suggested for||Plinking & target practice|
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Things I liked: Quality of the gun is nice so many air guns today are synthetic stocks and this one being real wood and full metal was a major positive. Blueing is nice overall the gun is very nice looking I added a 3-9x50 scope and it looks great. The performance out of the box is also another positive about the gun I bought the .22 version and it shoots very accurately with the scope. Two 12 gram co2 cartridges gives me about 35-45 straight shots with 14 grain .22 pellets. After that it drops off significantly due to low co2 but thats standard with co2 guns. Overall its well worth the $99 that I payed. it compares to my more expensive sig sauer mcx and in some ways is better I actually prefer to shoot this QB78 Deluxe over the Mcx because of the bolt action and smoother trigger pull plus its more efficient on co2 the Mcx uses 90gram which is expensive. I also have found it to be a bit more accurate at further ranges but that might just be the pellets since this is .22 and mcx is .177
Things I would have changed: Not much the gun is great. I would however have added a safe gas release like a bleeder screw because the only way iv found to release the remaining co2 is to dry fire it until its empty which puts wear and tear on the bolt action. You cannot just unscrew the the cap it locks onto the gun with any amount of pressure from the co2 which is for safety reasons.
What others should know: If your on the fence about purchasing this Id highly recommend it. It is a very nice quality airgun and the .22 version packs a punch and is very accurate. And for $99 dollars you wont find anything better then this on the market as far as bolt action .22 co2 guns go. Also there are many mods you can do to this airgun on the cheap like longer bolt handle and repeater kits also FPS upgrades and different types of stocks.
Things I liked: I bought this rifle from Pyramyd Air as an "around the yard" pest rifle, figuring I'd replace it with a good PCP later. But this rifle totally fits my needs! First of all the rifle came in 3 days, no damage and looking nice. I wanted a rifle that was wood and metal, single shot. .22 caliber was a must and I wanted to be able to mount a scope. The adjustable trigger I had to have. This gun has all that and a level of quality way higher than the price. It feels solid when you shoulder it, and the barrel is solid like an actual rifle barrel. I notice that my rifle shoots wild the first 5-8 shots on a fresh set of powerlets, then settles down into shooting dime sized groups until the pressure drops, at 25 yards with a cheap 4X15 Tasco scope. This $120 rig has dropped countless pest birds out at 80, 90 yards and sometimes further. My largest kill weighed around 40 pounds, a raccoon shot behind the eye at about 30 yards. For a slower pellet this gun has plenty of power! It's my go to gun!
Things I would have changed: The length of pull was big for me, and I'm 6" tall and female. Some guys might even have trouble, I'm a tall lady but I still had to cut the stock to fit me. Not really too big of an issue, but the length of pull is a little long!!
What others should know: It took me about 2000 shots to break in the barrel, but after 14,000 pellets this gun is still shooting great and showing no signs of quitting any time soon! I really like the CO2 power plant, they're a great choice for us ladies or teenagers who maybe get tired from a breakbarrel. But you may need to shorten the length of pull. Otherwise a fantastic piece! Buy one!! I know I want another one in .177!
Things I liked: The stock has a nice finish and the gun has a nice overall feel and weight. I like the bolt action and the rifle is pretty high end considering the price.
Things I would have changed: The bolt is a bit loose out of the box, but it doesn't seem to effect the operation of the rifle.
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The breech looks like it is metal, not plastic. Am I right?
The breech assembly is all metal. The bolt knob is plastic.
Can I expect this rifle to shoot accurately out of the box?? Concerned about quality control. Are these imported directly from China or from SMK in England??
Directly from China
Is the stock real wood or synthetic? Mine seems too perfect to be real wood.
Yes, it is real wood
|Max Velocity||650 fps|