Date: 26/9/2017 7:51

BIG BORE 909 .45 Cal Precharged Pneumatic Air rifle






 Pre-charged Pneumatic


12mm / .45


 Single Shots

 Overall Length


 Barrel Length



 High grade steel barrel


 3.4 kg/7.5 lbs





 Manual Crossbolt Trigger Block

 Maximum Air Pressure

 3000 psi 


 750 fps: final shots 8 shots

 Shot per filling

 8-10 Shots at same point


 175 fps(last shot: 8 shots)

 Way of Filling

 Air compressor,
 Cylinder of scuba diving

Directions for use:

1. Push the cartridge chamber cap.
2. Load pellet.
3. Pull the cartridge chamber cap.
4. Aim the rifle and pull the trigger with bated breath after loading.
Safely operation:
Push safety forward for "Fire".
Push safety backward for "Safe".

Rear Sight Adjustment

Evaluation adjustment:
Raise: Turn adjustment screw on top of sight to the left.
Lower: Turn adjustment screw on top of sight to the right.
Windage adjustment:
Left: Turn adjustment screw on the right side of sight to the left.
Right: Turn adjustment screw on the right side of sight to the right.

Filling Method

1. Fill air from 170 kg/cm2 to 200kg/cm2
in air reservoir using air compressor
or user's own method (Webley pump).
2. Close the value.
3. When the pressure of air reservoir decreases to 110 kg/cm2,
Refill reservoir to 170 kg/cm2 - 200 kg/cm2.


Any gun or airgun is dangerous when handled improperly. The "BIG BORE" is especially powerful, so it must be taken seriously at all times. Take some time to review the safety rules that follow.

1. Airgun safety
      Airguns are unique, in that they store or provide the power for the shots-not the ammunition. Think about that. The GUN is the power source, not the ammunition. What that means is that this airgun, if loaded with a nail, a pencil or any other potential projectile, can be just as dangerous as if it is loaded with the correct ammunition. NEVER put anything into the barrel of this airgun other than good quality lead airgun pellets.

2. Three important safety rules
     1. Always keep the gun pointed in a safe direction. Safe means that, if the gun discharged, it would not cause injury or property damage.
     2. Keep your finger off the trigger until you are ready to shoot.
     3. Never load the gun until you are ready to shoot.