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Offline dank

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QS35 underlever pistol
« on: February 02, 2008, 11:12:44 PM »



I recently received another QS35 and thought it might be time for a formal review.

This underlever pistol is different, the trigger is smooth, adjustable and predictable.

The bluing is poor but that can be fixed but the design is unusual and I adore that.



For those who don't already know it is an under lever pistol with a convenient swing out breach for you to insert a pellet.  As I said the trigger is very good, adjustable and I found roller bearings in it's assembly probably responsible for it's smoothness.
It comes well packaged with a spare breech and 2 spare breech seals..



The wood is actually pretty good once cleaned and polished but it's overshadowed by its bulky design.
The grip in my opinion needed work but most will want to just shoot it and not put the effort into a $25 gun.
 I thought it worth the effort as it's really the only thing I don't like about this gun.



It shoots straight at 401 fps average with 7g RWS Hobbys.
I recorded 556.9 fps average with 4.9g Crosman Silver Eagle Hollow Points but accuracy did suffer.



More recent, I  red dot scoped mine (cost more than the gun) on the generous scope rail, and the improvement in accuracy is like night and day. But thats just be my eyes requirements.



Of course being winter I confined to a 33 ft range from my dining room across the kitchen into the back room so the groups should be good.

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

N.E.Dan
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Re: QS35 underlever pistol
« Reply #1 on: February 03, 2008, 03:50:26 AM »
Nice! My S-2 seal is shot (was shot from the get-go) and I'm lookin' for a replacement! Maybe make one out of some ol' shoe leather, if I can stand the smell!

Charles
Lead Launchers: 30 Year Old Daisy .177 Cal. Model 880 Pumper (BSA 3022SB Red Dot Scope), Gamo CFX .22 Cal. Springer with GRT III Trigger (BSA 4X32 Scope), Gamo CFX .177 Cal. Combo Springer (BSA 2-7X32 AO Scope), Gamo R-77 .177 Cal. CO2 Combat Pistol (Laser Sight), Umarex/Beretta .177 Cal. CX4 Storm CO2 Bullpup (Walther PS-22 Red Dot Scope & Dorcy Night Light), Chinese QB-57 .22 Cal. Takedown Springer (BSA 3022SB Red Dot Scope & Dorcy Night Light),  Chinese Tech-Force S2-1 .177 Cal. Springer Pistol (Boat Anchor...), Chinese Tech-Force Contender Model 89 .22 Cal. Springer (BSA Laser & Tactical Light, CenterPoint 4-16X40 Illum. Ret. Mil. Dot Scope), Crosman 1377 .177 Cal. Pumper Pistol (1399 stock, BSA 3022SB Red Dot Scope), Daisy Powerline 717 .177 Cal. Single-Pump Pistol (Open Sights).

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Re: QS35 underlever pistol
« Reply #2 on: February 03, 2008, 03:54:55 AM »
Dank, is the chamber grooved for a scope?

Charles
Lead Launchers: 30 Year Old Daisy .177 Cal. Model 880 Pumper (BSA 3022SB Red Dot Scope), Gamo CFX .22 Cal. Springer with GRT III Trigger (BSA 4X32 Scope), Gamo CFX .177 Cal. Combo Springer (BSA 2-7X32 AO Scope), Gamo R-77 .177 Cal. CO2 Combat Pistol (Laser Sight), Umarex/Beretta .177 Cal. CX4 Storm CO2 Bullpup (Walther PS-22 Red Dot Scope & Dorcy Night Light), Chinese QB-57 .22 Cal. Takedown Springer (BSA 3022SB Red Dot Scope & Dorcy Night Light),  Chinese Tech-Force S2-1 .177 Cal. Springer Pistol (Boat Anchor...), Chinese Tech-Force Contender Model 89 .22 Cal. Springer (BSA Laser & Tactical Light, CenterPoint 4-16X40 Illum. Ret. Mil. Dot Scope), Crosman 1377 .177 Cal. Pumper Pistol (1399 stock, BSA 3022SB Red Dot Scope), Daisy Powerline 717 .177 Cal. Single-Pump Pistol (Open Sights).

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Re: QS35 underlever pistol
« Reply #3 on: February 09, 2008, 10:43:25 PM »


Yes. I's a pretty generous rail too. 11mm I think? I had a cheap $25 tasco red dot on it and it worked great. Just with the scope was a 4 moa instead of 5 for target shooting made an obvious improvement.



 By mistake (not paying attention) I recently bough a 10 moa dot Walthers 25mm that looks beautiful but I target shoot not hunt large game!! The dot is too big. I like 4 or less but the more common 5 will do.

N.E.Dan
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RE: QS35 underlever pistol
« Reply #4 on: February 22, 2009, 11:04:24 PM »
Do you have any pictures without grip. It would be interesting to see trigger unit and other internals.

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RE: QS35 underlever pistol
« Reply #5 on: September 29, 2009, 05:41:49 AM »
Well , I just took my wood off & !@#$%^&&*&%#

ALL The pins & plastic parts fell out !! all over the place.
By the Summary page # 40,#43#34#14,42.44,37!!
I have allot of parts :0  not good     Well 45.00 bucks down the tube!!
I was just going to add some moly 60 to the mean Spring to get the Frog out?
any one got come help on putting a TF35
Parts missing # 41 #44 2 of these O rings The parts page does not show the wire spring.

This is a poor,cheep Pistol/ front site turns loose, With the rear sight all the wat in  The Pistol sot 5" low and all over the page it 5' FOOT!
Has this happened too anyone out there?

this is just my 2 cents ..