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    Adjustments Main Operating Loading To Charge The Rifle Adjustments Safety

    Adjusting the power:
    A 12-stage positive-stop power wheel is located under the rifle, just ahead of the trigger guard. It has a yellow triangle. Color-coded dots next to the wheel show the direction to rotate the wheel to increase or decrease velocity. The green dot is low power, the yellow is Medium power and the red is high power. To adjust the power wheel:
    • Before proceeding, keep the rifle pointed in a safe direction at all times.
    • Engage the safety.
    • Remove the magazine clip.
    • Check carefully to see that a pellet has not been chambered into the barrel. If you are in doubt, remove the magazine clip, aim the rifle in a safe direction, and fire the rifle with at least medium power to discharge the pellet.
    • Cock the rifle�s lever, leaving it in an open position (i.e. half-cocked). This makes turning the power wheel easier, especially in the lower power ranges.
    • Rotate the power wheel in the direction of the dots, to increase or decrease the power.
    • When you are finish, uncock the rifle or you ran cock the rifle and discharges in a safe direction. Other comments regarding various power settings:
    • It is possible to double-load and jam more than one pellet with the rifle set in the low power range. Be sure a fired pellet has left the barrel before cocking the rifle for the next shot.
    • It is possible to maintain a consistent velocity at low or medium settings even though air pressure has dropped enough to affect point of impact by turning the power wheel to a higher setting.


    Adjusting the rear Sight:
    Before proceeding, keep the rifle pointed in a safe direction at all times. Move the rear sight in the same direction you wish to move the point of impact. Adjustment for windage (left and right) and elevation (up and down) is accomplished by the use of two separate sets of screws. The two screws in each set work in conjunction with each other. YOU WILL ALWAYS LOOSEN ONE SCREW BEFORE YOU TIGHTEN THE OTHER. The two controlling screws for windage are located on both sides of the notched sight. To move the sight and point of impact to the left:
    • Loosen the setscrew on the left side and tighten the screw on the right side in the same small increment. As you tighten the screw on the right side, the rear sight will move left. It will only move as far as you had allowed when you loosened the left screw.
    • For example, turn the left screw one-half of a turn and then turn the right screw one-half of a turn or until it is snug (do not over-tighten).
    • When you are finished adjusting the windage, check to be sure the setscrews on, both sides are tightened snuggle. To move the sight and point of impact to t e right:
    • Loosen the setscrew on the right side and tighten the screw on the left side in the same small increment. As you tighten the screw on the left side, the rear sight will move right. It will only move as far as you had allowed when you loosened the right screw.
    • For example, turn the right screw one-half of a turn and then turn the left screw one-half of a turn or until it is slug (do not over-tighten).
    • When you are finished adjusting the windage, check to be sure the set screws on both sides are tightened snuggle. The two controlling screws for elevation are located ahead of the notched sight. To move the point of impact higher:
    • Loosen the front screw and tighten the rear screw.
    • For example, turn the front screw one-half of a turn and then turn the rear screw one-half of a turn or until it is snug (do not over-tighten). To move the point of impact lower:
    • Loosen the rear screw and tighten the front screw.
    • For example, turn the rear screw one-half of a turn and then turn the front screw one-half of a turn or until it is snug (do not over-tighten).
    REMEMBER, DO NOT OVER TIGHTEN, First loosen the first screw and then tighten the other snuggle. The above two adjustments are not difficult to make. However, before proceeding, think out carefully what you are trying to accomplish and exercise good judgment and caution as you are making the adjustments.



    Adjusting the Weight of Trigger Pull:
    Caution: The factory setting for the trigger provides the best, combination for safety and accurate shooting. We do not recommend adjusting this setting. Any trigger adjustments should be performed by a trained air gun smith.
    • Before proceeding, keep the rifle pointed in a safe direction at all times.
    • Set the safety.
    • Remove the magazine clip.
    • Check carefully to see that a pellet has not been chambered into the barrel. If you are in doubt, remove the magazine clip, aim the rifle in a safe direction, and f ire the rifle with at least medium power to discharge the pellet.
    • Turn the rifle upside down, across your knees or preferably on a gun rest. The adjustment screw is in a small opening on the sear arm, under the cocking lever, and just forward of the trigger.
    • Half cook the rifle (i.e. cocking lever in the open position) to expose the adjustment screw. Insert the supplied #50 hex wrench into the adjusting hex head screw. DO NOT TURN IT YET!
    • EXERT FORWARD PRESSURE ON THE LEVER. Now you can begin adjusting the trigger.
    • To lighten the trigger, turn the screw clockwise.
    • For a harder trigger pull, turn the screw counter-clockwise.
    • ADJUST IN TINY INCREMENTS. If the pull is too light, the rifle will not cock. Too much tightening or failing to keep pressure off the sear arm (i.e. not exerting forward pressure on the lever while adjusting) can break the adjustment mount.
    • Adjusting the trigger is trial and error. However, for a good starting point, back out the adjustment screw to the point at which the gun will not cock. Then, turn the screw in the opposite direction two turns, REMEMBER: Keep pressure on the cocking lever at all times as you are turning the adjustment screw. Turn the screw in very small increments each time before testing the pull.


    Adjusting the Universal Pell-Stop to Accept a Different Size Pellet:
    • Before proceeding, keep the rifle pointed in a safe direction at all times.
    • Set the safety.
    • Remove the magazine clip.
    • Check carefully to see that a pellet has not been chambered into the barrel. If you are in doubt, remove the magazine clip, aim the rifle in a safe direction, and fire the rifle with at least medium power to discharge the pellet.
    • Place the rifle across your knees or preferably on a gun rest.
    • The top of the receiver contains three screws. They are not interchangeable. They are different lengths. Replacing a screw in the wrong hole can cause clearance problems for the moving pieces inside the receiver�s cover:
      a) Unscrew the forward screw (Part #48).
      b) Unscrew the rear screw (Part #49).
      c) Do not remove the middle screw.
      REMEMBER THE EXACT HOLE EACH SCREW CAME FROM: SHORT SCREW FORWARD and LONG SCREW REAR,
    • Remove the receiver cover by lifting it upward and slightly towards the rear.
    • The pellet stop (Part #6 blue dye) is located on the left side of the rifle's receiver, directly in front of the carrier,
    • Half-cock the rifle.
    • Notice how the loading gate (Part #33) moves to pick up the pellet. Insert the pellet your rifle is currently adjusted for in this mechanism. Pay close attention to the pellet as it is carried through the loading path, The new pellet will fit in the same manner.
    • Loosen the small Phillips screw (Part 47) and move the pell-stop (Part #6) forward or back until the rear of the pellet skirt is flush with the back of the gate and rim of the opening.
    • Remove the pellet and return the cocking lover to its closed position.
    • Retighten the Phillips screw (Part #7) without moving the pell-stop.
    • Replace the receiver cover.





    Recommended Lubricants:
    • Silicone grease (solid in scuba diving stores) for the 'O' rings on the adapter probe.
    • Dow Corning Molykote 33 for the exposed metal parts inside the receiver cover.
    Main Operating Loading To Charge The Rifle Adjustments Safety

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