Walther Twin-CO2 Air Rifle OWNER'S MANUAL Walther Twin-CO2 Air Rifle
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Rernoving a Jammed Pellet IMPORTANT:
The fact that the rifle does not fire a projectile is never a reason to assume that the rotary magazine does not contain any more pellets. Firing the air rifle with too little gas pressure left may cause a pellet to get stuck in the barrel.
�Insert new C02 cylinders (See Stop 4.2)
and with an empty magazine (See Stop 5.2),
cock the rifle, point in a SAFE DIRECTION, take "Off Safe" (See Step 2.2)
and pull the trigger to fire. The pellet stuck in the barrel should now be fired.
�If the pellet is not removed when firing the air rifle with an empty rotary magazine, remove the rotary magazine and C02 gas cylinder system (See Steps 4.1 & 5.2).
Insert a ramrod of the proper size into the muzzle end of the barrel and carefully push the jammed pellet into the loading space.
�Once you have pushed the pellet back into the loading space, shake the rifle until the jammed pellet falls out.
�Do not try to reuse that pellet.
Before you attempt to clean your air rifle, always make sure it is "On Safe" (See Stop 2.1), the C02 cylinder system and rotary magazine are removed and you have checked the barrel to make sure there are no pellets left in it (See Steps 4.1 & 5.2).
� Your air rifle will maintain proper function for a long time if you clean it after you have fired approximately 250 shots by using Maintenance Cylinders and Cleaning Pellets. After using approximately 20 C02 cylinders, apply a thin layer of airgun oil through the openings of the breech and the hinged magazine holder into the inside of air rifle. DO NOT use a petroleum distillate based oil or solvent and DO NOT over-oil because this can cause damage to your air rifle. The outer surfaces of the metal parts have to be cleaned from time to time. Use a soft cloth, which is slightly dampened with airgun oil.
� Tampering with the air rifle or attempts to change the air rifle in any way may make it unsafe to use and will void the warranty.
� If you drop your air rifle, check to see that it works properly before you use it again. If anything seems changed, like a shorter or weaker trigger pull, this may mean worn out or broken parts. Call Customer Service at Crosman for assistance before using your air rifle again. Main | Adjusting | Loading | Technical Service | Safety