Shopping Cart Items

    CheckoutSubtotal:
    does not include shipping and tax

    FREE USA GROUND SHIPPING
    Continental USA. On orders $150 and up
    Cannot be combined with coupons.

    Aftermath Kirenex Airsoft Owner's Manual

    Aftermath Kirenex Tactical Command Airsoft Rifle

    Caliber: 6mm
    Velocity: 380 fps
    Weight: 7.5 lbs
    Length: 30.24"
    Extended length: 33.46"
    Full & Semi-Auto Action
    Adjustable Flip-up Front & Rear Sights
    Steel Barrel, Body frame & Gear Box System
    High Torque Motor
    Six position LE tactical extendable stock
    Adjustable Spin Shot (TM) System
    Kirenex Tactical Command Airsoft Rifle
    Kirenex Name of Parts
    Kirenex Selector and Safety Setting
    Kirenex Loading BB Bullets
    Kirenex Setting the Battery
    Kirenex fore grip
    Kirenex Setting the Open Sight
    Kirenex Front/Rear Sight and Rail System
    Kirenex Firing
    Kirenex Hop Up System
    Kirenex Disassembly and Maintenance
    Kirenex Assembly
    Kirenex Fuse Replacement Procedure
    Kirenex TROUBLE CLINIC (Troubleshooting)
    Kirenex Parts

    Kirenex Name of Parts

    Kirenex Name of Parts
    1 Compensator 14 Stock Release Lever
    2 Flip-Up Sight w/ cross bolt locking 13 Sling Swivel
    3 Handguards 15 Charging Handle (Movable)
    4 Sling Swivel 16 Forward Assist Knob (Movable)
    5 Side System Rail 1.2 17 Windage Adjustment Dial (Left. Right)
    6 Under System Rail 3 18 Low Profile Flip-Up Rear Sight
    7 System Rail 19 Trigger Guard (Movable)
    8 Trigger 20 Port Cover
    9 Bolt Catch 21 Magazine Catch Button
    10 Grip 22 300 Round Magazine
    11 Selector Lever (Switch) 23 Battery and Charger
    12 Enhanced Buttstock 24 Allen Wrench and Cleaning Rod

    Kirenex Selector and Safety Setting

    Kirenex Safety Device

    Warning: Never operate the selector while pulling the trigger. Otherwise, malfunctions are possible, resulting in accidents. Pulling the trigger with the Selector being set to safe may damage the gun.

    Kirenex Safety Device

    Caution: Set the selector correctly in position;otherwise, malfunction may occur.

    SAFETY Setting: The trigger cannot be pulled. When you are not firing the gun or during storage. Always set the selector to the Safe position and attach the protective cap.

    SEMI AUTOMATIC(Single Shot) The gun will fire one shot each time the trigger is pulled.

    FULLY AUTOMATIC(Automatic Firing) The gun will fire automatically while the trigger remains pulled.

     

    back to top

    Kirenex Loading BB Bullets

    Kirenex Loading BB Bullet

    Warning: We shall not be held responsible for any damage or accidents arising from the use of bullets supplied by other manufacturers.

    Loading of the BB bullets to the Magazine, and setting the magazine: Installation: Make sure to set the magazine upwards and connect it firmly until a click sound is heard. Caution: Confirm that the safety lever is set to the Safety position and don't place your finger on the trigger.

    Removing the magazine: Press the magazine release to remove the magazine. (Support the magazine as it may drop.)
    1. Insert 6mm BBs into the charger.
    2. Insert the charger into the magazine.

    Warning: Read "Setting the battery" thoroughly before setting the magazine charging bullets to the gun.

    back to top

    Kirenex Setting the Battery

    Kirenex Loading BB Bullet Kirenex Loading BB Bullet

    Warning/Caution: Always attach the protective cap and discnonect the magazine to avoid sudden operation upon connecting the connector to the battery.

    Setting the Battery. (Conduct operations hereafter after changing the battery.)

    Caution The magazine is done under the condition that it is removed.

    1. It turns so that the dent of a lock pin may be behind suitable, and a lock is canceled, and a hand guard is open.
    2. Insert bettery inside the battery guide in the fore grip as shown and connect connectors.

    back to top

    Kirenex fore grip

    Kirenex Fore GripKirenex Fore Grip Kirenex Fore GripKirenex Fore Grip
    A hand guard is closed making it a battery not shift from the regular position, a lock pin is pushed in and turned, and a hand guard is locked.

    Warning. Caution
    Do not close a hand guard by force. If it closes by force, there is a possibility of damagin disconnection and a battery case.
    Do not attempt to pick up gun by the hand guard. Doing so may cause it to break.

    When the fore grip doesn't fit correctly.
    Be sure to position the connector in the position shown. (Position on the left hand side of the upper half area.)
    If connectors and/or cords are positioned above the battery, the fore grip cannot be set in position.

    back to top

    Kirenex Setting the Open Sight

    Kirenex Open Sight Kirenex Open Sight

    Warning.Caution
    Be sure not to lose the adjustment tool.
    The front sight will come off if turned too much.

    Setting the Open Sight

    Front Sight Setting the bullet hitting point.
    Cover the front sight with the adjustment tool and turn. Turning counterclockwise:Lowers the bullet hitting point. Turning clockwise:Raises the bullet hitting point.


    Rear Sight 1 For left-right adjustment. Turning the windage adjustment dial will move the bullet hitting point to the left or right. Turning clockwise:Raises the bullet hitting point. Turning counterclockwise:Lowers the bullet hitting point.

    back to top

    Kirenex Front/Rear Sight and Rail System

    Kirenex Front/Rear Sight and Rail System Kirenex Front/Rear Sight and Rail System

    Warning. Caution Warn not to pinch a finger etc. to the hinge part of each sight.

    Front/Rear sight and Rail System
    Before mounting or adjusting attachments, please read an attached manual thoroughly.
    When equipping an upper system rail with an option scope etc., a front sight and a rear sight are contained and used.

    Kirenex Front/Rear Sight and Rail System Kirenex Front/Rear Sight and Rail System

    Flip-Up Rear Sight
    A hook is caused and a flip-up base is toppled behind, and a hook is hooked on a slot and it fixes.
    When rising, if a hook is caused, it will rise automatically by rebounding of a flip rise base spring.

    back to top

    Kirenex Movable Parts

    aftermath kirenex movable parts

    Warning. Caution
    Be careful not to catch your finger in the dummy bolt as it will close quickly when the charging handle is released.
    When closing the port cover, make sure the charging handle has returned fully into position, otherwise the port cover will not close.

    Movable parts
    Pulling the charging handle will expose the hop up adjustment dial in the port cover.
    Pulling the charging handle opens the port cover.
    The port cover must be closed manually.
    Forward assist knob can be pushed.
    Trigger guard can be opened and closed. (Used when you wear gloves in winter.) Open with a pin like object.

    Kirenex Movable Parts Kirenex Movable Parts
    To extend the buttstock, push the release lever to unlock. While pushing the release lever, pull the 6 position rearwards to extend it to the desired length.
    Kirenex Movable Parts Attachment of sling swivel
    back to top

    Kirenex Firing

    Kirenex Firing
    Kirenex Firing

    Warning. Caution There are possible cases that no firing occurs after pulling the trigger in the semi auto mode. In this case, do not pull the trigger furiously. Fire 5 to 6 shots in the full auto mode and then return to the semi auto operation.

    Firing(Confirm safety sufficiently before beginning firing) Caution Load the magazine charging the bullets, referring to "3 Setting the Magazine"
    1. Make sure to set the magazine upwards and connect it firmly until a click sound is heard.
    2. Remove the protective cap.

    Caution Make sure the to attach the protective plug to the gun muzzle, except when you are shooting, for preventing accidental, sudden discharge and for the dust-proof purpose. (Never pull the trigger with the protective plug being attached.)
    Activating the trigger carelessly is extremely dangerous. Never put your finger onto the trigger unless the protective plug is removed and you are ready to shoot a target.
    1. Set the selector lever to Semi or Full Auto.
    2. Pull the trigger.

    Caution Activating the trigger carelessly is extremely dangerous. Never put your finger onto the trigger unless the protective plug is removed and you are ready to shoot a target.
    A blank firing may occur at triggering after setting the magazine, this is the normal operation of the gun.

    back to top

    Kirenex Hop Up System

    Kirenex Hop Up System

    Warning. Caution Be careful not to catch your fingers in the dummy bolt.
    If the hop-up is adjsuted excessively causing clogging of bullets, immediately stop operating the gun, return the dial to normal, fire 2 or 3 shots and readjust.
    Never hold the gun sideways as the BB bullets will curve right or left. This is due to the HOP-UP system.

    Variable Hop Up System

    By producting a back-spin on the BB bullets, this system allows for straighter and longer distance shooting than normal air guns. Unlike the fixed type, the Marui variable hop up system permits one touch adjustments using the dial and lever, making it an ideal hop up system.

    Caution Moving the dial too much towards HOP causes bullets to clog. Keep pulling the trigger with bullets being clogged damages the piston and gears.
    If bullet clogging occurs, immediately stop firing the gun, return the hop adjustment dial to the normal position and remove clogging bullets using the cleaning rod.
    Never use used and dirty bullets. (Otherwise, the chamber gets damaged or becmoes dirty, resulting in instable hopping up.)

    Adjustment Procedure (Adjust by carrying out trial firing)
    Keep pulling the charging handle while adjusting the dial.
    Turning excessively adversely affects the trajectory. So, stop turning the hop adjustment dial when bullets fly horizontally.
    The hop up dial can only be turned a certain amount. Turning it too much will damage it.

    Warning Don't let go of the charging handle when adjusting the hop up.
    Make sure to return the hop adjustment dial to the normal position when removing clogged bullets or cleaning. (Otherwise, the chamber packing is damaged).

    back to top

    Kirenex disassembly and maintenance

    Kirenex Disassembly and Maintenance
    Kirenex Disassembly and Maintenance
    Kirenex Disassembly and Maintenance

    Caution Attach or detach the upper receiver with the magazine being removed. Otherwise, bullets remaining in the magazine may jump out in to the receiver, cauing malfunction.
    After removing the magazine. Fire the rifle in semi-automatic once to move the piston forward for easy disassembly. After firing the single shot.
    Remove the battery for safety reasons.

    Normal Disassembly for Overhaul (Take down) and Maintenance Procedures

    Caution After removing the magazine. Fire the rifle in semi-automatic once to move the piston forward for easy diassembly.
    1. The upper receiver can be removed.
    Remove the frame pin by screw driver and pull open the upper receiver.

    Caution The pin by hand guard is the pivot point don't over pull.
    Because the rifle has no carrying handle, push up the upper receiver as shown in the figure.

    Caution Do not disassemble past this point.
    2. The barrel can be removed. Stope here for barrel cleaning.

    Caution Do not pull the charging handle or the dummy bolt while disassembled. Doing so will damage the gun.

    Caution Make sure no dirt gets into the rifle as the end is open.

    back to top

    Kirenex Assembly

    Kirenex Assembly

    Warning. Caution Slowly attach or detach the barrel assembly and receiver. Attaching or detaching rapidly or applying excessive force may cause malfunction.
    Don't disassemble beyond what is necessary. Or the gun may be damaged.
    Be careful not to catch your fingers in the moving parts.

    Assembly
    Caution Assembly after confirming the barrel is in place within the upper receiver.
    Caution Be careful not to catch an arrow parts.
    (1) Assembly slowly
    (2) Replace the frame lock pin
    Caution The frame lock pin guides will be damaged if the upper receiver is closed quickly. Check to see they are aligned properly.

    Point Keep the upper and lower receivers sung together when inserting the lock pin.
    The frame pin will fit in smoothly if the upper receiver and lower receiver are joined properly.
    Frame pin will not fit in this position.
    back to top

    Kirenex Fuse Replacement Procedure

    Kirenex Fuse Replacement Procedure Kirenex Fuse Replacement Procedure

    Warning. Caution Never use any used BB bullets.
    The fuse may blow out due to an electrical overcurrent. Malfunctions of the internal mechanism are possible. So check possible faulty parts and then connect the battery again.
    Normally, do not attempt to adjust.

    Fuse Replacement Procedure
    1. The fuse box is accessible when the handguard is removed.
    2. Remove the fuse attaching band while pushing the catch. Open the fuse box and replace.

    Caution Please do not pull a fuse box strongly. The joint portion of a code may seperate.

    Fine Adjustment of Gear Engagement
    Caution Only when the motor noise becomes high after operations for a long period of time, conduct the fine adjustment as shown.
    Excessive tightening of the screw may damage the motor.
    Pull the trigger while dajusting the set screw to the left or right. Stop turning when the motor is the quietest.

    back to top

    TROUBLE CLINIC (Troubleshooting)

    Confirm before calling for repair.
    Symptom Cause Action
    No operation at all Selector level is set to safety Set the selector lever to Semi or Full Auto
    Battery is not charged. Charge the battery.
    Battery connector is disconnected. Connect the connector.
    The + and - or battery connector is reverse. Connect the connector correctly (check the fuse)
    Fuse is blown out. Replace the fuse.
    Expired motor life (50,000 to 60,000 rounds) or poor electrical connection. Replace the motor (purchasing from your dealer or check and repair the contacts)
    Although motor is moving, no bullet jump out. BBs are clogged in the magazine. Insert the charging rod into the magazine and move up and down a few times to remove clogged bullets.
    BBs are clogged in the chamber. Remove clogged bullets using the cleaning rod.
    Faulty gear Purchase the replacement gear from your dealer and repair.
    Impossible full-auto operation (automatic firing) Insufficient battery power Charge the battery
    Faulty BBs feed of magazine Repair clogging of the magazine.
    Poor electrical connection Consult your dealer for overhaul maintenance or repair.
    Impossible semi-auto operation (single shot) Deviation in gear timing Set to semi auto after firing 5 to 6 rounds in full auto.
    Never use BBs other than those supplied by us. Use of poor quality BB bullets will cause problems. Never diassemble or modify the gun.
    Symptom Cause Action
    Impossible semi-auto operation (single shot) Insufficient battery power Charge the battery
    Poor electrical connection Consult your dealer for overhaul maintenance or repair.
    Automatic firing cycles become long. Insufficient battery power Charge the battery
    Shooting distance become shorter Worn or damaged chamber packing (O-ring) Consult your dealer for overhaul maintenance or repair. Replace the chamer packing, piston assembly.
    Worn or damaged chamber packing.
    Deteriorated piston spring
    Faulty BBs (too small or too heavy) Use genuine BBs.
    Shortage of damaged gear Drop a few drops of silicone oil from under the chamber.
    Gear problem caused by too many blank firing Consult your dealer for overhaul maintenance, part replacement (gear, etc.) or repair.
    Too loud operating noise Worn or damaged gear
    Gear problem caused by too many blank firing
    Bullets being fallen out from barrel end Worn or damaged chamber packing
    NO hop setting Turn the hop adjustment dial toward HOP
    Faulty BBs (too small) Use genuine BBs.
    Being wet by or dropped into water (rain) Stop operation immediately, disconnect the battery, wipe off water from inside the main body and the battery, and, after complete dry, carry out trial firing. If no operation or malfunction is detected, consult your dealer or us for repair.
    back to top

    Kirenex Parts

    Kirenex Name of Parts
    No Parts No Parts
    MS-31 Bolt set for side rail (2pcs) one for each side M7-14 Buffer part (die cast) with screw
    MS-32 Bolt set for under rail (2pcs) HX-23 HOPUP XM copper barrel
    MS-33 Sling swivel V-24 HOPUP chamber packing set
    MS-34 Sight adjust tool MA-25 HOPUP chamber set (with screw/SP)
    SR-3 Trigger guard set M7-18 Stock ring
    M4-4 M4 Grip (with fuse) C-31 Inner part of magazine
    EG-5 Motor EG1000 (clockwork/pinion). C-32 Outer case of magazine (with bottom plate)
    MA-5 Grip bottom for EG700 and 1000 (with fuse) SR-40 Port cover set (die cast)
    M4-6 Frame lock pin (F) MA-41 Port cover torsion spring
    C-7 Frame lock pin (S) MA-43 Assist knob set (with spring)
    M4-8 Frame lock pin (R) MA-44 Charging handle
    SR-9 Magazine catch C-44 Screw holding plate
    SR-10 Bolt catch (die cast) M4-49 Wiring holder (with screw)
    MA-11 Dummy bolt (metal plate)    
    SR-12 Charging handle (die cast)   M16/G3 protective plug
    back to top
    Kirenex Name of Parts
    No Parts No Parts
    MS-1 S-Upper receiver (painted/assembled) MS-16 S-Rear sight nut set
    MS-2 S-Lower receiver (painted assembled) MS-17 S-Gas tube
    MS-3 S-MEGABOX assembly MS-18 Hand guard stay (F)
    MS-4 S0Gun cord (with fuse) MS-19 Hand guard stay (R)
    MS-5 S-Buffer (6-position) MS-20 Cord fixing part (with fuse)
    MS-6 S-Buffer cap (with screw) MS-21 S-Fixing ring
    MS-7 Enhanced butt stock MS-22 Upper system rail
    MS-8 Sutt stock screw set MS-23 Rail bolt set (5pcs)
    MS-9 Rear swivel (with screw) MS-24 Upper rail pin
    MS-10 S-Front sight post set MS-25 Upper hand guard (with insert nut)
    MS-11 Flip-Up Front sight post set MS-26 Lower hand guard (with die cast)
    MS-12 Hand guard cap MS-27 Under system rail 3
    MS-13 S-Outer barrel MS-28 Side system rail 2
    MS-14 S-Compensator MS-29 Side system rail 1
    MS-15 S-Flip-Up rear sight MS-30 pin bolt (2pcs/set)
    back to top
    Shop at Gun Mall
    Back to Top