Roll over image to zoom in
Caliber: .177" (4.5mm), Stock: Hardwood
1-year limited warranty
List Price $146.25
Bundle & Save $13.49!
Out of Stock
Click to get email when it's in stock!
Estimated in-stock date 07-24-20
Place your order now for delivery priority!
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|
Create an online review and share your thoughts with other customers
Things I liked: The gun is very nice looking. I have shot 350 rounds through it. This gun is super accurate. At 10 yards 10 shots 1/8 inch group. cant believe its that accurate. I love this rifle. At 70 Deg. I get 70 good accurate shots per 2 co2 cartridge's. This is one fine rifle. would definitely recommend this this rifle to everyone looking for a very reliable accurate target and rodent killing rifle.
Things I would have changed: NOTHING.
What others should know: The Quality of this rifle is extremely fine.
Things I liked: Overall appearance, quality stock, adjustable trigger after adjusting and greasing it and no recoil for consistent shooting. Accuracy to nickel size groups at 40' from a rest using the right pellet and scope. I got the 22 caliber.
Things I would have changed: The bolt operation is much easier if you shove a 2" long piece of 3/8" rubber fuel line over it. The CO2 tube cover cap has many threads and it takes many twists and a long time to seat. Will likely braze a nut on the cap's end and use a 1/4" drive speeder wrench to open and close. Needs a pressure release as after about 30 shots per cylinder, pressure falls off and shots hit low. One must close the bolt and pull the trigger a dozen times to release pressure enough to open the cover cap. The enclosed owners manual was in a foreign language. Found an English manual on the Beeman web that is good.
What others should know: Once loading a cylinder or two, be prepared to shoot as many shots to use up the CO2. Adjust the trigger to your preference. Use a scope with AO adjustment with the correct eye relief if you want to shoot short range with high power. Use RWS Hobby wadcutter/flat nose pellets in 11.9 grain for good groups. The Crosman Premier in 14.3 grain in both round nose and hollow point only give 1" or worse groups at 40', but these work quite well in my Benjamin 392. I read where some want to replace seals but mine is still OK after 500 shots.
Things I liked: I own more than a dozen airguns and this is the least expensive of them all. And yet, it is, by far, my favorite. It is the most accurate of my lot, has the best trigger (under 2 lbs.), and a gorgeous wooden stock with perfect fit and finish. The bluing deep and exquisite! I just can't get over how much I love this little rifle. An added bonus is not having to struggle with a 30-40 pound barrel break. What a treat!
Things I would have changed: Not a darned thing!
What others should know: These beautiful rifles are perfect for the younger or older of us who may not have the upper body strength required to continually rack that spring or piston which can get old in a hurry. What an incredible value!
Create an online review and share your thoughts with other customers. Show Other Reviews
Im looking for this gun but i want it to be a repeater
There is a aftermarket repeater kit available for the QB78 . https://www.archerairguns.com/QB78-repeater-s/80.htm
Any other front sight besides that ridiculous fiber optic?
Is there a way to degass this rifle?
You have to shoot the gun down .
|Max Velocity||650 fps|