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Main Operating Loading Firing Adjustments Safety Loading Pellets
- The magazine rotates clockwise when viewed from the back of the rifle. To check if the next magazine chamber to come into alignment with the barrel is loaded, look along the groove on the right hand side of the barrel housing.
- To remove the magazine, pull the cocking lever (A) backwards- the magazine can now be removed. Apply safety (c) before fitting the magazine, by pulling backwards.
- Load pellets nose first into the recessed side of the magazine- (the non-flat side). Push the pellet until the nose goes through the retaining O-ring and their skirts lie flush or below the magazines rear face. NOE: the retaining O ring needs lubricating on a regular basis with SG1 grease.
- Once the magazine has been reloaded, it should be refitted to the rifle with the flat side away from the back of the rifle and slide the magazine retaining pin back. If necessary manually rotate the magazine counter clockwise until you feel its movement is arrested by the indexing mechanism.
- DO NOT CLOSE THE BOLT UNTIL YOU ARE READY TO FIRE- A SAFETY CATCH IS AN ADDITIONAL SAFETY DEVICE BUT SHOULD NEVER BE RELIED UPON TO PROVIDE AN ABSOLUTE GUARANTEE AGAINST THE RIFLE FIRING.
- To load a pellet into the rifle push the cocking lever forward. The rifle is ready to fire, when safe to do so, disengage the safety catch and squeeze the trigger.
- To load the next pellet, pull the cocking lever backwards and then push it forwards again. This indexes the next pellet in the magazine. The magazine contains up to eight pellets.
- If you wish to rapid fire the rifle this technique is called the "Logun Flick." The lever is brought right back swiftly, then allow the lever to move forward by the force of the internal spring "flick."
NOTE: If the O-ring on the magazine becomes dry, loading of the pellets can become tight and result in poor loading performance. The O ring should be lubricated with a thing application of a light synthetic grease such as Logun SG1. Main Operating Loading Firing Adjustments Safety