MAIN FIRING LOADING SAFETY RULES ADJUSTING OPERATION LOADING AMMUNITION
The V-3 is a SEMIAUTOMATIC air pistol with a repeating mechanism that can only be used with 4.5 mm or. 177 caliber BBs. WARNING
Before loading or firing your pistol for the first time, check that there are no obstructions in the barrel by passing a cleaning rod through it. To do so, follow step "a" of the following section. To load the pistol, first ACTIVATE the safety catch (Fig. A- 1) and follow the steps bellow:
a. Remove the clip by pressing the retaining button on the left-hand side of the pistol (Fig. A-2), placing your other hand underneath the clip to catch it, so avoiding it falling to the ground.
b. Slide the magazine slide (Fig. C-7) until it is held in the last notch (Fig. C-8).
d. Gently release the magazine slide (Fig. C-7).
e. Replace the clip in the pistol, making sure that it is retained in its final position. WARNING
Each time the pistol is to be put away after use, please ensure that the last round has been fired, that the magazine is completely empty, and that there are not BBs in the barrel. This will prevent the possibility of accidents occurring when the air pistol is used again.
Sometimes, due to low pressure of the residual gas, ammunition may remain lodged inside the barrel. It may also remain lodged in the magazine. Nor to removing any ammunition, be sure that the safety catch is "ON", remove the clip (see Loading Ammunition) and slowly loosen the screw retaining the C02 bottle, which will become empty of gas. Ensure that the clip (Fig. B and Fig. C) no longer contains the CO2 bottle before unloading ammunition.
1. AMMUNITION LODGED IN THE BARREL. Activate the safety catch (Fig. A- 1). Remove the clip. Insert a cleaning rod suitable for .177 caliber (4.5mm) into the entrance of the barrel. Push the rod through the barrel until it is cleared of any ammunition. Then, clean the barrel with the brush attachment of the cleaning rod to remove any lead particles that may be adhered to the rifling.
2. AMMUNITION LODGED IN THE MAGAZINE. Move the magazine slide (Fig. C-7) until it is held in the last notch (Fig. C-8). Position the clip so that the pellets fall through the loading hole. If the ammunition does not fall out by itself, remove the ammunition with the aid of a pointed instrument (large needle, for example). 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. LOADING A CO2 BOTTLE
In order to avoid accidents, make sure that the pistol is unloaded before removing or inserting the CO 2 cylinder. Always wear eye protection when handling CO2 bottles, since there is a risk of injury to the eyes. Do not remove a CO2 bottle until it is completely empty. Failure to observe this recommendation can result in a dangerous escape of residual gas. With the safety catch "ON" and the pistol unloaded, remove the clip by pressing the retaining button on the left-hand side of the pistol (Fig. A-2), placing your other hand underneath the clip to catch it, so avoiding it falling to the ground. When you have removed the clip, press the rear lower button (Fig. B-3) and depress the tappet gently (Fig. B-4). Carefully, unscrew the screw retaining the CO 2 bottle on the base of the clip (Fig. B-5). The empty bottle will be released and fall. When the clip is empty, place the new CO 2bottle with the neck upward (Fig. B-6). Tighten the cylinder retaining screw clockwise until it offers some resistance. Once the CO2 cylinder tip is pierced, close the tappet until it is in place. WARNING
Inserting the CO 2cylinder with the tip pointing toward the base of the magazine may result in explosion and injury. Keep the CO2 bottle away from heat and flames. Temperatures over 50'C (120' F) may cause explosion and injuries. Never throw a C02 bottle into a fire.
MAIN FIRING LOADING SAFETY RULES ADJUSTING OPERATION