for the front,and start to enjoy what shooting a pcp is all about.My QB was done by some one else,and it's one of the best air guns I have! I had a QB78 that was tuned,and I bulk filled it.It was good for the warm months,but as soon as it got cold out the poor thing wasn't worth anything.I'm in Chgo.Hgts.45miles from the city,and 7miles from the IN. border so you'll have the same problem I had.Cold weather!!! The first couple shots out of the house were good,but when you chase your quarry for a shot out side,and the gun gets cold,it's useless.The pellets bounce off,or don't penetrate.I sold it used the money to get the QB79 from Rich in Mich,and that was the best thing I ever did!! Swiched to HPA NO DEVIATION in shot velocity even after 45 minutes to an hour out in the cold! Now that's what I'm talking about.The only other gun that I have that keeps it's velocity in the cold is my LE 392 ACP Scot Laughlin made up for me.I dumped all my CO poo ,that's what I call them because they aren't worth a crap when winter hits,and unless your roading in a warm car your going to be very disappointed with their performance!Spend the money for the HPA conversion,buy a Benji.hand pump,and your good to go.No more wondering how many shots I took,will there be enough gas for my next shot. With the HPA you get more shots per fill,and a gauge to let you know exactly how much air you have left for your next shot. That's MHO.
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