Safety and Maintenance

When shooting the air guns for target practice or in a game situation, you and all participants must wear safety goggles or other eye protective gear. Also, pay attention to ricochets. It is very important to pay attention to third parties other than the participants.

Always attach the safety cap to the muzzle, remove the battery and store the air gun in a case or bag and at a place that is out of reach by children.

There may be cases where some BB’s remain in the gun after the magazine has been removed. After removal of the magazine, direct the muzzle towards a safe direction and pull the trigger to confirm that there are no BB’s remain in the gun, then attach the safety cap.

Disassembling or modifying the gun may adversely affect the performance and make it dangerous. “It may be against the Law.”

Looking into the muzzle is extremely dangerous regardless of BBs having been loaded or not. If you get hit in the eye by a BB pellet, you may in worst case, lose your eye sight.

Activating the trigger carelessly is extremely dangerous. Never put your finger on the trigger unless the safety cap is removed and you are ready to shoot a target.

Never direct the muzzle towards a person, animals or in any direction that may cause harm or damage to the third party.

Make sure to put the barrel and safety cap on the muzzle, except when you are shooting. Do this to prevent accident discharge of BBs and also for dust protection purpose. Never pull the trigger while the barrel and the safety cap is attached.

You may be liable for damaging public or personal property or for injuring a person or an animal even if you only meant to shoot as a “practical joke.” Always observe good manners and enjoy fun sport shooting.

Select a safe place for operating the air gun, and avoid places where people and cars are around.

Safety procedures:

  1. Attach the safety cap to the muzzle.
  2. Set the selector lever to the safety position.
  3. Remove the magazine.
  4. Remove the battery.

When you carry the air gun, attach the safety cap, set the selector lever to the safety position and always put the air gun in a case or bag.

You may be liable for damaging public or personal property or for injuring a person or an animal even if you only meant to shoot as a “practical joke.” Always observe good manners and enjoy fun sport shooting.

Select a safe place for operating the air gun, and avoid places where people and cars are around.

1) Assemble both front and rear parts to the main body of the gun.

2) Check if the joint holes of the front kit and the gun body are put in the same position.

3) Insert the joint pin into the joint holes with fingers. Never use a hammer for the gun may be damaged.

4) If you find it difficult to insert the joint pin, please check if the holes are at the right position.

5) Please check if the joint pin has been perfectly inserted into the joint holes.

Caution!

If the gun is damaged by usage of a hammer, it’s no longer valid under warranty anymore.