How to operate, Step 1. put "on" trigger safety, Step 2. load bbs (see drawing no. 2) – Daisy 25 Pump Gun User Manual
Page 4: Step 4. aim at safe target, Step 3. cock
HOW TO OPERATE
Be sure gun is always pointed in a
Step 1. PUT "ON SAFE" No Red Showing
Step 3. COCK
AIM AT SAFE TARGET
Step 5. TAKE “OFF SAFE” Red Showing
Step 1. PUT "ON" TRIGGER SAFETY
Push trigger safety from left to right so no red is showing.
It is a good practice to get in the habit of keeping the trigger
safety "ON" until ready to fire the gun (See Drawing No. 1A).
Step 2. LOAD BBs (See Drawing No. 2)
1. Unscrew the shot tub counterclockwise and remove it
from the barrel. (2A)
2. Slide the magazine feed tab toward muzzle to notch,
and hold it securely with your finger. (2B)
3. While holding tab, load BBs into the loading hole. (2C)
RELEASE THE MAGAZINE FEED TAB SLOWLY to prevent
damage. Replace shot tube in barrel, engage threads carefully
and screw clockwise until tight.
It is possible to accidentally fire a cocked
gun while loading. Never remove the shot tub from a cocked
gun. First make certain the gun is not cocked by pointing it in
a safe direction and pulling the trigger.
Hold magazine feed tab securely while
loading BBs If tab is released, it could fly rearward, possibly
NOTE: When you replace the shot tube, a BB is automatically
fed into firing position.
Do not replace the shot tube while the gun is
cocked. You could be injured if the gun discharges accidentally.
ORIFICIO DE CARGA
ORIFICE DE CHARGEMENT
MAGAZINE FEED TAB
PESTAÑA DE ALIMENTACIÓN DEL CARGADOR
LANGUETTE CHARGEUR MAGASIN
ÁNIMA DEL CAÑÓN
Step 4. AIM AT SAFE TARGET
Your Daisy Model 25 rear sight gives you the option of
using an open sight or a peep sight. The windage and elevation
adjustment is the same for both options. Using a small flat
blade screwdriver loosen the indicated screw (See drawing No.
4) to move the rear sight in the same direction you want the
point of impact to move on the target.
To be a consistent marksman, use the correct sight picture
each time you fire your gun. (See drawing No. 5)
Sight or point the gun only in a safe direc-
tion. BBs will bounce or ricochet if they hit a hard surface. Do
not shoot at water.
TO COCK / PARA MARTILLAR / POUR ARMER
Puntos de compresión
Points de Pincement
Always keep gun pointed in a safe direc-
tion. While cocking, be careful to keep your hands and fin-
gers from between the cocking levers. Possible injury could
result from careless handling of the gun during cocking. (See
Drawing No. 3, “Pinch Points”).
AJUSTE RESISTENCIA AERODIN ÁMICA
REGLAGE DE LA DERIVE
REGLAGE DE L’ELEVATION
BLADE FRONT SIGHT
BLADE FRONT SIGHT
Step 3. COCK
Tilt the gun upward at a 45˚ angle. Firmly grasp the pump
grip and pull it back until a click is heard (See Drawing No. 3).
At this point, a BB is loaded and your gun must be handled
with care. Push the pump grip completely forward and your
gun is cocked.
Pull the Pump Grip back until a click is heard
Tire de la corredera hasta que escuche
Tirer la pompe vers l’arrière jusqu’au clic
Tilt the gun
Incline el rifle a 45°
Incliner le fusil
à 45° vers le haut
LOAD BBs / CARGUE LOS BALINES / CHARGER LES BB