3b pre is good. especially one that small, because he WILL call with worse- both dominated aces and queens.
call the turn. when you raise, you put yourself in this awkward spot bc people should only be calling with any Q bar AQ, but they will do this with like QT etc bc they play bad. so when he jams on you youve kinda lost info. you could be chopping, be crushed, or be crushing him. i dont like stacking when i have no idea what my opponent has
this is a really impossible spot for anyone here to decide. it all comes down to whether you think hed play KQ, QJ, QT like this. if so call (and in which case your turn raise is fine). if not, flat the whole way.
as played, i think you have to call. however i pretty much always expect him to have 66/KQ here