- Air Gun Manuals
Trigger pull adjustment can be achieved by varying the tension on the trigger return spring .The range of adjustment is approximately 3 to 5 lbs (1.36 to 2.27) k
Cock the pistol close and secure the barrel WITHOUT LOADING, then check that the safety catch is in the OFF position The adjusting screw is located in the underside of the trigger. Access is gained through the hole in the underside of the trigger guard, when the gun is cocked. Using the key provided, turn clockwise to increase the trigger pull and anticlockwise to lighten the trigger pull. Do not attempt to lighten the trigger pull to a point where the spring tension on the screw is lost, otherwise the screw may work loose. Conversely, do, not overtighter4 causing the spring to become fully compressed.
The nominal adjustment range of the screw is.1 " (275,4mm). At the lightest setting the screw stands inside the trigger by approx. .08" or (2 mm). When checking the trigger pull remember to point the gun towards the ground even though it isn't loaded.
Adjusting the rearsight (zeroing)
Fire six pellets as accurately as you can in the manner and at the range you normally intend to shoot at a suitable fixed target. Always aim at the bull regardless of where the hits occur. Then examine the target and according to where the pellets have grouped, adjust the rearsight accordingly. Repeat if necessary. Vertical adjustment
To correct a gun shooting high turn the vertical adjusting screw clockwise to lower the leaf. To correct a gun shooting low, turn the vertical adjusting screw anti- clockwise to raise the leaf. Horizontal adjustment
To correct a gun shooting to the right, turn the horizontal adjusting screw anti- clockwise to move the blade to the left. To correct a gun shooting to the left, turn the horizontal adjusting screw clockwise to move the blade to the right. MAIN