Spring-air bb rifles, Warning – Daisy 105 Buck User Manual
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Spring-Air BB Rifles
BB Cal. (4.5mm) Steel Airgun Shot
NOT A TOY. ADULT SUPERVISION
REQUIRED. MISUSE OR CARE-
LESS USE MAY CAUSE SERIOUS INJURY, PARTICULARLY TO THE
EYE. MAY BE DANGEROUS UP TO 212 YARDS (194 METERS).
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING. THE PURCHASER AND
USER SHOULD CONFORM TO ALL LAWS GOVERNING USE AND OWN-
ERSHIP OF AIR GUNS. AIR GUNS ARE RECOMMENDED FOR USE BY
THOSE TEN YEARS OF AGE OR OLDER UNDER ADULT SUPERVISION.
ACCORDING TO CALIFORNIA LAW
DO NOT BRANDISH OR DISPLAY
THIS AIRGUN IN PUBLIC - IT MAY
CONFUSE PEOPLE AND MAY BE A CRIME. POLICE AND OTHERS MAY
THINK THIS AIRGUN IS A FIREARM. DO NOT CHANGE THE COL-
ORATION AND MARKINGS TO MAKE IT LOOK MORE LIKE A FIREARM.
THAT IS DANGEROUS AND MAY BE A CRIME.
Model 105 Buck • Model 10
Model 95 Timberwolf
Model 1938 Red Ryder • Model 1998
THIS GUN CAN CAUSE THE
LOSS OF AN EYE. READ AND FOLLOW THE
INSTRUCTIONS. DO NOT COCK THE GUN UNTIL
YOU ARE READY TO SHOOT. IF YOU DO COCK IT
AND DECIDE NOT TO SHOOT, POINT IT IN A SAFE
DIRECTION AND FIRE IT. AN UNCOCKED,
UNLOADED GUN IS THE SAFEST. ACCIDENTS HAP-
PEN FAST, AND THE LOSS OF AN EYE IS A TERRIBLE
THING. SHOOT SAFELY.
This safety alert symbol indicates important safety messages in this manual.
When you see this symbol, be alert to the possibility of personal injury and careful-
ly read the message that follows.
“An Introduction to Daisy Airgun Shooting” section of this manual is an
important guide to the care and safe handling of any gun. READ THIS SECTION. It is
your responsibility as the owner of this gun to make certain that anyone using the
gun is instructed in its safe and proper operation.
As the proud owner of a Daisy air gun, you have become part of an
American tradition which dates back to the time when your great-grandfather was
a small boy. Your new Daisy gun is the result of more than 100 years experience
by Daisy in the manufacture of quality products.
Although your new Daisy is not a firearm, it is a gun and should be treated
with care and respect. Always remember, the first and most important safety
aspect of any gun is the shooter. All safeties are mechanical devices and the
shooter is the only part of the system that can make a gun safe – or unsafe.
DON'T DEPEND ON MECHANICAL SAFETIES – think ahead and avoid situations that
might lead to accidents.
FOR YOUR SAFETY AND THE SAFETY OF OTHERS, READ COMPLETE OPERAT-
ING INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO SHOOT GUN. Guns differ in their
operations and you are never ready to fire any gun until you are thoroughly familiar
with it. Read the operating instructions and WITHOUT LOADING ANY AMMUNITION,
proceed several times through the operating steps with your gun (dry fire the gun
at a safe target) so that you will be able to operate your Daisy properly and safely.