| Description |
Velocity: 330 fps
Overall Length: 31.5
Shot Capacity: 330
Barrel: Smooth bore
Suggested for: Skirmishing
Power Plant: AEG
Single Shot Or Repeater: Repeater
Hop Up: Adjustable
Material: Metal/ABS plastic
Body Type: Rifle
Weight: 7.25 lbs
| Steyr AUG A1 AEG Airsoft Rifle Parts |
Steyr AUG A1 AEG Operation
Not a toy. Adult supervision required. Misuse or careless use may cause serious injury or death. always wear eye-protection when using this product. Read and follow instructions carefully before use. This product is a high-powered Airsoft gun, recommended for adult use (18 years and up).
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|Never aim or shoot at people or animals. Always set the selector on "safe" position (except when you are ready to shoot a target).||Select a safe place for operating the Airsoft gun. Avoid shooting in public places.||Always wear safety goggles when using your Airsoft gun.|
|Do not disassemble gun yourself. Always contact your local retailer.||Do not look directly into the gun barrel.||When transporting your Airsoft gun, always set the selector lever on "safe", and place the Airsoft gun in a case or bag.|
|Never shoot holding the Airsoft gun sideways as the BB pellets will curve. (This is du to the Hop-up system).||Always use precision 6mm BB's for this Airsoft gun. Never use any used or damaged BB's..|
Always treat the Airsoft gun as if it were loaded. Do not carry the Airsoft gun in open view. Always transport the Airsoft gun unloaded in a locked case. Do not openly brandish the Airsoft gun, as this may be perceived by others (including law enforcement units) as a threat, and cause prompt reaction.
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|Installing the battery|
|Take off the battery cover. Connect the battery to the gun and place the battery.||After installing the battery attach the cover again.|
|Push the Magazine Button and pull out the magazine.||Open the cover plate on the Magazine. The Airsoft gun can now be loaded with 6mm BB's into the magazine.||Close the cover plate then turn the gear until the sound change.||Reinsert the magazine into the Airsoft gun, pushing it into the Airsoft gun until a click is heard.|
If the Airsoft gun fails to fire in Semi-mode, fire a few rounds in full-auto mode, and switch back to semi-auto.
If firing becomes slow, recharge the battery.
After using the Airsoft gun, remove the magazine and "dryfire" a few rounds in a safe direction. This keeps the spring from weakening and ensures that there are no BB's left in the Airsoft gun.
|By applying a back-spin to the BB's when firing, the trajectory of the BB's can be altered in order to obtain better flight and precision of the BB's-referred to as the Hop-up system. There are two types of Hop-up systems; the fixed and the adjustable. The adjustable Hop-up system allows for fine-tuning the trajectory of the BB's.|
|To adjust the Hop-up, pull the cocking lever to reveal the adjustment lever.||Gradually move the lever forward and fire a round or two to see the effect. Continue to adjust until the BB's fly straight/horizontally.|
Turning the hop-up dial excessively can cause the BB's to clog the Airsoft gun and damage the piston and gears. Reset the adjustment dial to normal and re-adjust the Hop-up.
|Cleaning the barrel|
Before cleaning the barrel reset the hop-up to the "normal" position, add a few drops of silicon oil in the chamber of the Airsoft gun (the BB entrance). Insert a fully loaded magazine into the Airsoft gun and fire off two to three magazines.
Use the cleaning rod as shown to clean out the barrel and remove any excess oil.
|Cotton clotch (Length approx. 25-30mm.)||Width approx. 10mm.||Wind the cotton cloth around the cleaning rod.||Hold at the leading end of the rod and insert it into the barrel while turning it.|
|Do not hold the road in the far end while inserting the barrel.|
Always return the hop-up adjustment dial to the "normal" position before cleaning the barrel or removing clogged BB's.
When removing the clogged BB's, always return the Hop-up dial to the "normal" position, to avoid damaging the chamber packing.
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|The Airsoft gun will not fire||The selector is set to "safe".||Switch the safety selector to "fire".|
|The battery is not charged.||Charge the battery|
|Battery connector is disconnected.||Connect the battery connector.|
|The + and - of battery connector is reversed.||Connect the poles correctly.|
|Fuse is blown out.||Replace the fuse.|
|Poor electrical connection.||Check contacts (Contact your local dealer).|
|The motor is turning but the Airsoft gun won't fire||BB's are clogging the magazine or barrel.||Remove clogged BB's from magazine or barrel.|
|Faulty gearbox.||Contact your local dealer for repairs.|
|Failure of full or semi automatic firing||Insufficient battery power||Charge the battery|
|Poor electircal connection.||Contact your local dealer for repairs.|
|BB misfeed from magazine.||Eject the magazine and insert it properly.|
If the Airsoft gun gets wet, stop operation immediately and disconnect the battery. Dry the main body of the Airsoft gun with a clotch or towel. Dry the battery and connector wires. Reconnect the battery and fire a few test shots. If the Airsoft gun fails to operate, contact your local dealer for repairs.
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