Chinese B3 177 Underlever Review

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ct111's review of Chinese B3 177 Underlever

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“The Chinese B3 177 Underlever is a great gun for the $...”

Written on: 01/03/2004 by ct111 (1 review written)

Good Points
Low cost $19.95 quiet operation good value

Bad Points
Heavy trigger, ugly fit and finish

General Comments
The Chinese B3 177 Underlever is a great gun for the $ ,good for beginners ok accuracy baseball sized groups off hand at 40 feet with open sights. But what do you want for 20 bucks. For that price you can't go wrong.

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Competitionairguns's Response to ct111's Review

Written on: 21/04/2004

hey ct111 where did you get that rifle for $20 at. i'm currently looking for a cheap full barrel assembly to install on my lower end custom stocks. thanks, competition airgunsmith, competitionairguns@cox.net

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Ratite's Response to ct111's Review

Written on: 24/11/2004

I will say not all b-3s are made the same the guns you find a Cummins are assembled from many left over parts, the stock are finished poorly and of softwood not hard wood. do a search there are many places to get these Chinese spring-airs. I paid about 35.00, they will let you pick between leather or synthetic seals. I picked the leather it shoots a bit slower but lasts forever and for a kick around lasting is the key.
<br>Good luck

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Pedro11's Response to ct111's Review

Written on: 29/06/2004

Oh yes You can go wrong with this one. I have had 2 of these b3´s and they both went to pieces after less than 200 rounds; one simply just fell appart(everthing like rearsight, frontsight, trigger just broke of), the other one just started to fire off after cocking without any touch on the trigger - quite dangerous. If You want a cheap beginners riffle that in the same time are safe, accurate and good quality, You are much butter of with an Edgar bros. (or as they are called here; "Hatsan") the model 30 for around 75$

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Ct111's Response to ct111's Review

Written on: 29/04/2004

cummins tools store st.louis MO

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Ulysses's Response to ct111's Review

Written on: 26/04/2004

I'm not sure if this is exactly the same rifle, but it's selling for (04/26/04) for $19.95 at: http://www.cumminstools.com/browse.cfm/4%2C196.html. Shipping to me (SoCal) apparently from Nebraska is about $10. Unfortunately I just bought one on eBay for $28.50 with $15 shipping (yes, I searched before I bought)!!! I've also seen some on Yahoo Auctions starting at $19.95.

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