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    LOADING
    AUTOMATIC LOADING
    This is a SEMIAUTOMATIC pistol with a repeating mechanism that can only be used with 4.5mm or .177 caliber BBs.
    WARNING:Before loading or firing your pistol for the first time, pass a cleaning rod through the bore to make sure it is free of obstructions.
    To load the pistol, first make sure the safety is ON. To use the semiautomatic loader, follow these steps (see fig. B):
    a. Slide the catch on the upper left side of the barrel forward and open the frame (1).
    b. Slide the red lever of the magazine feeder pin (2) back until it catches in the slot.
    c. Insert up to 10 Gamo 4.5 mm or.177 caliber BBs by dropping them into the opening of the magazine (3).
    d. Gently release the lever of the feeder pin (2).
    e. Close the upper frame of the pistol (1), making sure it locks into place.
    WARNING:Do not release the locking mechanism of the frame once the air pistol has been cocked. This is dangerous and can lead to injury.
    WARNING:Each time the pistol is to be put away after use, please ensure that the last round has been fired, that the magazine is completely empty, and that the air pistol is not longer cocked. This will prevent the possibility of accidents occurring when the air pistol is used again.

    SINGLE SHOT LOADING
    The P-23 air pistol also has the option for single shot use of Diabolo 4.5mm or. 177 caliber pellets.
    WARNING:Please ensure that the magazine for automatic loading is empty before using single shot feature.
    WARNING:Before loading or firing your pistol for the first time, pass a cleaning rod through the bore to make sure it is free of obstructions.
    To use the single shot feature, make sure the safety is "ON" and perform the following steps (see fig. B):
    a.Slide the catch on the upper left side of the barrel forward and open the frame (1).
    b.Place one pellet in the opening barrel (4) with the skirt toward you.
    c.Close the upper frame of the pistol (1), making sure it locks into place.
    WARNING:Remember that the gun is loaded and the pellet is in position to fire.

    INSERTION OF THE CO2 CYLINDER
    WARNING:Each time the air pistol is to be put away after use, please ensure that the last round has been fired, that the magazine is completely empty, and that the air pistol is not longer cocked. This will prevent the possibility of accidents occurring when the air pistol is used again.



    WARNING:Make sure your pistol is unloaded before removing or inserting the C02 cylinder to avoid accidents discharge and injury.
    WARNING:Always wear protective glasses when handling the gas cylinder or eye injuries may result.
    not remove the gas cylinder until it is empty or an explosion may result.
    With the safety "ON" and the pistol unloaded, slowly unscrew the cylinder retaining screw at die base of the pistol grip, allowing any remaining pressure to be released. To remove the empty cylinder, pry the left grip loose using your thumb in the slot at the base of the grip (see fig. C). The empty cylinder will then fall out. To insert a new cylinder of gas, be certain that the safety is "ON" and the pistol is unloaded. Place a new cylinder in the empty pistol grip with the tip of the cylinder pointing up toward the hammer (see fig. D).
    WARNING:Inserting the gas cylinder with the tip pointing toward the base of the pistol grip may result in explosion and injury.
    Replace the left pistol grip by inserting the tabs in the top of the grip into the notches on the side of the pistol and snapping it into place. Tighten the cylinder retaining screw by turning it clockwise until it stops. Once the gas cylinder tip is pierced, the pistol is ready to load and fire.

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