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Question help me maintain

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by rifle itass, Mar 6, 2009.

  1. rifle itass

    rifle itass Well-Known Member

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    hey everyone im new to the forum and quite new to shooting dont get me wrong i can shoot a rifle and have done before with crappy springers but im taking it a step further and starting hunting soon but before i jump in at the deep end id like to know more on how to maintain my gun are there any oils or cloths you would recomend or any cleaning techniqes that have long worked for you

    i dont actually posess my gun yet as its on its way from smk its one of them qb78 deluxe models but id rather get clued up sooner than later

    thanks for ya time and im lookin forward to your reply's
     
  2. amaser1

    amaser1 Donator

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    Well first of all I use a nice duster and give it a couple of sprays of napier gun oil.. then wipe over the whole gun. I do this after every time I use it. Also I occasionally put a small amount of napier airgun grease on some of the (exterior) moving parts.

    Now, the qb78 is Co2 if i'm not mistaken... It probably is not a good idea to leave non empty cartridges in the gun when it's not in use, as the seals will wear.

    Other than that, take care of your gun and it'll take care of you...

    Al
     
  3. i8allthepies

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    Not to argue for the sake of it, but it's a good idea to leave some pressure in the rifle as this helps the seals keep their form / shape.:up:
     
  4. noluv6

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    quote:crappy springers but im taking it a step further?and getting a qb78 PMSL.
    1: serious oiling as smk rifles have serious bad blacking.i use that 3in 1 cheap stuff and does the job fine.
    2:use pre lubed co2 bulbs and cheap bulbs.after every 10 cheap use 1 lubed.
    3:leave ur cartridge in and work out how many shots u get from each.say u get 50 and ur on a co2 bulb and only used 20 and u av to put it away.come getting out the next time u will know if it ok or not.not if there is no shots and good if the other 30 shots are there.that is a thing i did wiv my pistols and be sure to use 1 quality co2 lubed bulb for every 10 cheap ones u use as cheap ones aint lubed and wear the seals down.
    4:you shouldnt of bought a qb78 co2 and u should of stuck with the crappy old springer as u call it.crappy old springer will out perform the qb78 all day.
    5:check out network 54 as they have dedicated forums for ur rifle.
     
    Last edited: Mar 14, 2009

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