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Walther Twin-CO2 Air Rifle
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| Safety The basic safety rules are:
1. Treat every rifle as if it is loaded.
2. Never point a rifle at anyone, or allow anyone to point a rifle at you even if you think it is not loaded.
3. Always carry the rifle so that the direction of the muzzle is under control even if you stumble.
4. Always be sure of your target and what lies behind it before you squeeze the trigger.
5. Never leave a loaded rifle unattended.
6. Beware of targets that tend to cause ricochets. To Put The Air Rifle "ON SAFE:"
Locate the safety on the receiver.
� To put the air rifle "On Safe", push the safety from the left side all the way in (Fig. 1). The safety is not "On Safe" unless it is pushed all the way in and the RED ring around the safety is not showing. The air rifle will not fire when "On Safe".
Even when the safety is "On Safe", you should continue to handle the air rifle safely. Do not ever point
the air rifle at any person. Do not ever point the air rifle at anything you do not intend to shoot. To Take The Air Rifle "OFF SAFE":
Push the safety from the right side all the way in (Fig. 2) When you can see the RED ring around the safety, the air rifle is "Off Safe" and can be fired. Rotary Magazine Indicator
When there is a rotary magazine (either unloaded or loaded with pellets) inserted into the air rifle, the red indicator protrudes from the right side of the receiver and the air rifle should be handled with care. (Fig. 4). When the air rifle does not contain a rotary magazine, the red indicator will be flush with the side of the receiver and will not protrude, but remember to always treat your air rifle as if it were loaded.
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