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    Main Operating Loading To Charge The Rifle Adjustments Safety

    To Remove the Magazine
    • The magazine clip is located on the left side of the rifle�s receiver.
    • Before proceeding, keep the rifle pointed in a safe direction at all times.
    • To remove it from the rifle, push the bolt on the magazine towards the rear until the entire magazine slides back inside the receives channel. You will feel slight pressure from the retaining spring pushing against the magazine.
    • Once the magazine is completely slid back, the front of it should lift away from the receiver and the magazine can be removed.


    To Feed Pellets from the Magazine:
    • Before proceeding, keep the rifle pointed in a safe direction at all times.
    • Engage the safety.
    • Insert the loaded magazine.
    • Release the magazine s bolt from its slotted position and ease the bolt against the pellets.
    • Cock the rifle. You will hear and see the bolt move forward.
    • Return the lever to its closed position
    • Release the safety. The rifle is ready to fire.
    • If the rifle fails to cock or the pellet fails to feed, do the following:
      a) Point the rifle in a safety direction in case the rifle discharges accidentally
      b) Engage the safety.
      c) Pull back on the magazine's bolt and place it into the vertical slot.
      d) Point the rifle up in a safe direction. The remaining pellets will slide back against the bolt and away from the chambering device.
      e) Remove the magazine.
      f) Remove any loose pellets in the chambering area.
      g) Cock the rifle and discharge ft in a safe direction. It is safe to dry fire this rifle.
      h) This procedure avoids firing with more than one pellet accidentally chambered in to the rifle' s barrel.


    To Clean the Barrel:
    • If the groups you shoot are off, the barrel probably needs cleaning,
    • Before proceeding, keep the rifle pointed in a safe a direction at all times.
    • Engage the safety.
    • Remove the magazine.
    • Do not clean the barrel under charge. Empty the rifle's air pressure, completely by dry firing it in a safe direction. It is best to clean the rifle when the rifle's air pressure is already low so you won't have much air to discharge.
    • Cock the rifle so that the grooved carrier retracts towards the left side of the receiver. DO NOT RETURN THE LEVER TO THE CLOSED POSITION. Leave it in it�s downward (half -cocked) position.
    • With the carrier retracted, this allows the tip of the cleaning rod to completely run through the end of the barrel.
    • Do not use wood doweling for a cleaning rod. A broken rod in the barrel is extremely difficult to remove. A coated metal rod designed for cleaning air gun works best,
    • Saturate the, cloth patches with cleaning fluids or lubricants designed for air gun barrels.
    • Using the cleaning rod, push the saturated cloth patch through the muzzle, until it exits at the other and.
    • There is no need to over-clean the barrel. Swab the barrel s bore with cloth patches until the last one comes out clean.
    • Never use an abrasive cleaning agent or metal brush.

    To Clear the Barrel of a Jammed Pellet(s):
    • Before proceeding, keep the rifle pointed in a safe direction at all times,
    • Engage the safety.
    • Remove the magazine.
    • Cock the rifle so that the grooved carrier retracts towards the left side of the receiver. DO NOT RETURN THE LEVER TO THE CLOSED POSMON. Leave it in if s downward (half-cocked) position.
    • Use a metal rod designed for cleaning air gun�s to clear the barrel. Push it through from the muzzle to the other end. The jammed pellet should come out.
    Dry Firing the Rifle:
    Dry firing it does not harm this rifle.


    Main Operating Loading To Charge The Rifle Adjustments Safety

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