Main Operating Loading To Charge The Rifle Adjustments Safety

To Remove the Magazine
  • The magazine clip is located on the top side of the rifle�s receiver.
  • Before proceeding, keep the rifle pointed in a safe direction at all times.
  • To remove it from the rifle, cock the rifle . DO NOT RETURN THE LEVER TO THE CLOSED POSITION. Leave it in it�s open (half -cocked) position. Pull magazine out from the breech.


To Feed Pellets from the Magazine:
  • Before proceeding, keep the rifle pointed in a safe direction at all times.
  • Engage the safety.
  • Cock the rifle. Leave it in it�s open (half -cocked) position.
  • Insert the loaded magazine.
  • Return the lever to its closed position
  • Release the safety. The rifle is ready to fire.


To Clean the Barrel:
  • If the groups you shoot are off, the barrel probably needs cleaning,
  • Before proceeding, keep the rifle pointed in a safe a direction at all times.
  • Engage the safety.
  • Remove the magazine.
  • Do not clean the barrel under charge. Empty the rifle's air pressure, completely by dry firing it in a safe direction. It is best to clean the rifle when the rifle's air pressure is already low so you won't have much air to discharge.
  • Do not use wood doweling for a cleaning rod. A broken rod in the barrel is extremely difficult to remove. A coated metal rod designed for cleaning air gun works best,
  • Saturate the, cloth patches with cleaning fluids or lubricants designed for air gun barrels.
  • Using the cleaning rod, push the saturated cloth patch through the muzzle, until it exits at the other and.
  • There is no need to over-clean the barrel. Swab the barrel s bore with cloth patches until the last one comes out clean.
  • Never use an abrasive cleaning agent or metal brush.


To Clear the Barrel of a Jammed Pellet(s):
  • Before proceeding, keep the rifle pointed in a safe direction at all times,
  • Engage the safety.
  • Cock the rifle . DO NOT RETURN THE LEVER TO THE CLOSED POSMON. Leave it in open (half-cocked) position.
  • Remove the magazine.
  • Use a metal rod designed for cleaning air gun�s to clear the barrel. Push it through from the muzzle to the other end. The jammed pellet should come out.
Dry Firing the Rifle:
Dry firing it does not harm this rifle.


Main Operating Loading To Charge The Rifle Adjustments Safety

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