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    ACTIVATING THE LASER


    To prevent possible battery drain, your new laser comes with a plastic insulator (red in color) installed between the first and second battery. This insulator must be removed prior to use. With the bottom of the revolver facing upward, remove the battery cap pressing with the index and thumb fingers and pulling up (FIGURE A, ELEMENT 1).Then simply pull the insulator free from the batteries and replace the cap. With this switch, you activate or deactivate the momentary pressure switch in the grip of the revolver. (FIGURE A, ELEMENT 2). To activate the laser, it is necessary to turn on the main on/off switch and, at the same time, press the momentary pressure switch. Then, hold the grip securely, which engages the momentary pressure switch. This system consists of a switch located on the back of the grip (FIGURE B) that allows switching on and off the target designator only pressing it, whenever the main on/off switch is connected.


    ALIGNING THE LASER WITH THE PATH OF THE BULLET
    Activate the laser turning on the main switch and pressing the momentary pressure switch.
    From a solid rest, carefully fire three shots. Observe the bullet's strike on the target. To move the point of impact, there are two screw ports on the front of the device. The lower screw will move the point of impact up and down, and the lateral screw will move the point of impact left and right. (FIGURE A, ELEMENTS 3 and 4) With the included hex wrench make the appropriate adjustments. A clockwise rotation of the screws will move the point of impact down and left (depending on the screw being adjusted) with the revolver in shooting position, as viewed from behind. Note that the adjustment is very sensitive. One half rotation, 180 degrees, will provide approximately 13 inches of movement at 25 yards.
    After adjustment, carefully fire three more shots and note their strike. On the target. Make additional adjustments as necessary.

    REPLACING THE BATTERIES
    The batteries included with your laser target designator will provide long service. However, should the dot grow dim, the batteries may need to be replaced. These batteries may be replaced as follows:
    With the bottom of the revolver facing upward, remove the battery cap pressing with the index and thumb fingers and pulling up.
    Turn the revolver over and the batteries will fall out. Should the batteries fail to fall free, gently press on the side of any battery with a pen point, toothpick or similar probe.
    Replacement batteries must be inserted with the "+" towards the grip. Replace the battery cap.

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