| Caliber: 0.177" (4.5mm) |
Velocity: 312 fps
Overall Length: 8.54
Barrel: Smooth bore
Front Sights: Blade and Ramp
Rear Sights: Fixed
NOTE: The gun's box states that this has BAX Hop-Up, but it does not
| GSG 92 CO2 BB Pistol Instructions |
|To remove the magazine, press the release button (1) located on the left side of the grip. Slide the magazine out (2)||Unscrew the bottom of the magazine with the tool provided in the kit.||Insert the CO2 cartridge in the magazine as shown on the picture.|
|Screw the bottom of the magazine. When pressure starts increasing in the magazine (expansion of the CO2 in the magazine can be heard), finishing screwing rapidly. Very important : do not tighten excessively, it could permanently damage the O'rings.|| |
With the speed loader, push down the magazine follower as shown on the picture.
Take care to ALWAYS FULLY EMPTY the CO2 CARTRIDGE when you remove it from the magazine.
|With the speed loader provided in the box, fill the magazine with the appropriate .177-4.5 mm metal BBs.||Push the magazine until the click sound.||Some boxes include a Speed Loader. Put in place the Speed Loader as shown on the pictures and don't forget to pull down the spring of the magazine with the part (1) shown by the circle. Fill the magazine.|
|Engage first BBs by pulling the slide back, then release. CAUTION : never aim at a person, never fire at a hard surface at close range : pellets will be rebound.||To start shooting, aim at a target, put the selector (1) on the "semi" or "auto" position (according your version). Pull the trigger (2).||This softair is equiped with an internal slide lock. When the magazine is empty, it will stop fire, and the slide will stay lock back. Push on the stopper to unlock the slide (1).|
|Once finish shooting, put the shooting selector back on the "Safe" position. Make sure the rifle is stored empty of any ammunition, magazine removed.|| |
Warning - Attention
AIRGUNS ARE NOT TOYS. RESPONSIBLE ADULT SUPERVISION IS REQUIRED. MISUSE OR CARELESS USE MAY CAUSE SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH, PARTICULARLY TO THE EYE, MAY BE DANGEROUS UP TO 100 YARDS (90M)
THIS AIR GUN IS RECOMMENDED FOR USE BY THOSE 16 YEARS OF AGE OR OLDER.
READ THE OWNER'S OPERATION MANUAL PRIOR TO HANDLING ANY AIRGUN. PAY PARTICULAR ATTENTION TO ALL WARNINGS AND CAUTIONS.
It is your duty to know and obey all laws governing the use and ownership of air guns in your city, town, province, state, and/or country.
Always keep the muzzle pointed in a safe direction.
Always treat every airgun as if it were loaded.
Always wear shooting glasses to protect your eyes.
Always keep airguns unloaded until ready to shoot.
Always keep a airguns "on safe" until ready to shoot.
Always keep your finger off the trigger and out of the trigger guard until ready to shoot.
Always be sure of your target and be sure your target has a safe backstop. Think of what you might hit if the ammunition misses or goes through your intended target. Know the danger distance of your airgun (how far the ammunition may travel).
Always check to see if the airgun is "on safe" and unloaded when getting it from another person or from storage.
Always read and follow all instructions, warnings, and cautions in the owner's manual and know how your airgun works before using it.
Always store airguns in a safe place and separate from ammunition and power source so that it cannot be used by anyone unauthorized to use it.
Do not shoot at any target with hard surface within close range. Ricochet pellets may injure yourself.
Do not brandish in public, do not alter the coloration and warning-such an action is dangerous and may be a crime.
Never use alcoholic beverages or drugs before or during shooting sessions
Use only 4.5 mm caliber Steel BBs
Use CO2 Cylindres 12 gram type
Store your CO2 cylinders at normal temperatures 50-70F. Cylinders may explode at temperatures above 160F. High temperatures can increase strong pressure in cylinder and this may prevent the gun from shooting and may damage the gun. Maximum operating or storage temperature of the gun cylinders about 105F (40C)
Fast shooting will decrease temperatures in the gun and CO2 gas. This will result in lower power.
Take care to not shoot with a low CO2 pressure, the BBs can stay in the barrel.
Always remove the CO2 cylinder from the gun
DISASSEMBLING (TAKING APART) THIS SOFTAIR PRODUCT VOIDS ALL WARRANTY. PRODUCT MUST BE RETURNED IN ITS ORIGINAL PACKAGING.
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