MAIN FIRING LOADING SAFETY RULES ADJUSTING OPERATION LOADING AMMUNITION
LOADING AMMUNITION FOR FIRING IN SEMI-AUTOMATIC MODE
: Before loading or firing for the first time, check that there are no obstructions in the barrel by passing a cleaning rod through it. Do this by following instructions a and b in the previous section.
To load the pistol, APPLY the safety catch (fig. A) and carry out the following steps (fig. B): a.
Push the bolt forward (1), the handle for which is located on both sides of the barrel, and open the top cover (2). b.
Remove the rotary magazine (3) (fig. B). c.
Insert 8 flat headed pellets in the 8 holes in the magazine (fig. B) with the pellet head foremost until the pellet skirts are flush with the edge of the magazine. Check that no pellets are sticking out. d.
Replace the magazine (3) in place, making sure that it goes to the bottom of its slot and that the locating sear engages with one of the cogs on the outside of the magazine. e.
Close the top cover (2), making sure that it is held in place. WARNING
: Do not open the top cover until all the ammunition has been fired from the magazine. This is dangerous and could cause serious injury. CAUTION
: When preparing to store the pistol, point the barrel at the ground and make sure that the magazine is empty and that there are no pellets in the barrel. In this way you will avoid possible accidents when using the pistol again. LOADING A CO2 BOTTLE WARNING
: In order to avoid accidents, make sure that the pistol is unloaded before removing or loading a CO2 bottle. WARNING
:Always wear protection when handling CO2 bottles, since there is a risk of injury to the eyes. WARNING
: Do not remove a CO, bottle until it is completely empty. Failure to observe this recommendation can result in a dangerous escape of residual gas.
With the safety catch applied and the pistol unloaded, carefully unscrew the bottle retaining screw in the base of the grip. To remove the empty bottle, open the left hand grip cover by placing the thumb in the hollow in the base of the handgrip (see fig. C). The empty bottle will come loose and drop out. To fit a new bottle, make sure that the pistol has the safety catch applied and is unloaded. With the grip open and empty, insert the bottle with the neck upwards (see fig. D).
Replace the grip cover, inserting the upper studs first. Tighten the bottle retaining screw in a clockwise direction until you meet resistance. Once the end of the C02 bottle has been pierced ,the pistol is ready for loading and use. UNLOADING AMMUNITION
On certain occasions, due to lack of gas pressure left in the bottle, it is possible that ammunition will become lodged in the barrel. It can also remain lodged in the magazine. Whenever you have to remove ammunition in this way, Apply the safety catch and gently loosen the bottle retaining screw. Remove the left hand grip cover with the thumb and the gas bottle will come. With the barrel pointing towards the ground, open the top cover of the pistol. WARNING
Make sure that the safety catch is applied and that the gas bottle has been removed before proceeding with the removal of ammunition.
1.AMMUNITION STUCK IN THE BARREL. Remove the magazine. Insert a 4,5mm(.177) cleaning rod into the breech of the barrel(fig.B.4), and push it through until the barrel is cleared of ammunition. Afterwards, clean the barrel with the brush attachment of the cleaning rod to remove particles of lead which may have become caught in the rifling.
2.AMMUNITION STUCK IN THE MAGAZINE. Remove the ammunition with the aid of a pointed instrument (a large needle, for example) To put the pistol back into usable condition, refer to the section entitled LOADING A CO2 BOTTLE. WARNING:
Never re-use ammunition which has been removed from inside the pistol. It can be defective and provoke a malfunction of the pistol. IMPORTANT:
When preparing to store the pistol, point the barrel at the ground and make sure that the magazine is empty and that there are no pellets in the barrel. In this way you will avoid possible accidents when using the pistol again. MAIN FIRING LOADING SAFETY RULES ADJUSTING OPERATION