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    Loading Main Operating Loading To Charge The Rifle Adjustments Safety

    To Load the Magazine:
    • Remove the magazine.
    • Before proceeding, keep the rifle pointed in a safe direction at all times.
    • Slide the magazine's bolt back and push it down into the small vertical slot. You can easily enlarge this slot slightly for a better f it. A small sharp blade is handy for this task.
    • Hold the magazine vertically and drop the correct caliber pellets into the opening. Make sure the last loaded pellet does not protrude beyond the end of the magazine.
    • TILT THE MAGAZINE SAFELY AWAY FROM YOUR FACE WHILE REFILLING IT. If the bolt is accidentally released while you are filling it or at any time before 4 is replaced, it will snap forward and the loaded pellets will spring quickly out the front.
    • BE SURE THE PELLETS ARE POINTING UPWARD SO THEY WILL POINT FORWARD WHEN THE MAGAZINE IS REPLACED.
    • Place the magazine back in the receives s channel. Press backs until the magazine clears the opening and can f 4 flush inside the receiver.
    • It is a good idea to work with an empty magazine, working if s action and feeding and removing it from the receiver to become familiar with it.

    To Cock the Rifle:
    • Before proceeding, keep the rifle pointed in a safe direction at all times.
    • Engage the safety, this is very important. Pulling the trigger with the cocking lever open is very dangerous and voids the warranty.
    • Grasp the lever and push it down and forward until ft stops. Use only enough force to move the lever until it stops. Great force is not necessary.
    • Return the lever to its closed position.


    To Uncock the Rifle:
    • Before proceeding, keep the rifle pointed in a safe direction at all times.
    • Engage the safety.
    • Remove the magazine clip.
    • Remember, point the rifle in la safety direction in case the rifle discharges accidentally.
    • Hold the lever securely and pull it slightly past its stopping point so that you feel some resistance.
    • Still holding the lever securely, release the safety and pull the trigger. You will feel the lever pull in the direction of the trigger. Gently ease the lever back into its closed position.
    • Point the rifle in a safe direction and pull the trigger to confirm the rifle is not in a firing mode.

    To Load Pellets One-at-a-Time:
    • Before proceeding, keep the rifle pointed in a safe direction at all times.
    • Any length/weight pellet of the proper caliber can be loaded one-at-a-time into the rifle. There are two methods for loading a single pellet.
    • Engage the safety and remove the magazine before proceeding.
    • Method One:
      a) Place the rifle on its side with the port side up towards you (magazine clip side down).
      b) Rest the pallet in the groove of the pellet carrier. Be sure the pellet is pointed towards the barrel.
      c) Half cock the rifle to retract the carrier along with the pellet.
      d) Make sure the pellet is still facing forward. Tip the rifle slightly to allow the pellet to slide into the chamber.
      a) Finish cocking the lever to its closed position.
    • Method Two:
      a) Place the rifle on its side with the port side up towards you (magazine clip side down).
      b) Half cock the rifle to retract the carrier along with the pellet.
      c) Drop the pellet with its pointed side forward into the groove, which has been retracted.
      d) Push the pellet into the bore with a toothpick.
      e) Finish cocking the lever to its closed position.

      Main Operating Loading To Charge The Rifle Adjustments Safety



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