Step 5. take "off" trigger safety, Step 6. fire, What is a jam, and why does it happen – Daisy 25 Pump Gun User Manual
Page 5: Unloading, Proper care, Storage, Modification, Repair of daisy guns, Guns in warranty, Model 25 specifications
Step 5. TAKE "OFF" TRIGGER SAFETY
When you are certain that the target, backstop and sur-
rounding area are safe, push the trigger safety from right to
left. “Safety OFF”- Red Showing. (See Drawing No. 1B)
Keep gun pointed in a safe direction.
Step 6. FIRE
After completing the operation steps, your gun may be
fired by gently, but firmly, squeezing the trigger.
NOTE: A good rifleman gently but firmly, squeezes his
trigger when on target. He does not jerk or pull the trigger.
Never carry a cocked gun. Cock it only
when ready to fire. Even with the manual safety "ON" SAFE, your
gun is in a fully loaded condition and must be handled with care.
Never assume the gun is empty. Make sure the gun is always
pointed in a safe direction.
WHAT IS A JAM, AND WHY DOES IT
A jammed gun is one that does not fire a BB when it is
loaded, cocked and the trigger is pulled. It is a dangerous
condition which must have immediate and careful attention.
Jamming can result from:
1. Improper feeding–turning the gun on its side as the muzzle
is raised to feed a BB into firing position.
2. Reusing shot which has been damaged by hitting a hard
3. Using ammunition not intended for BB gun use.
4. Using dirty shot.
If you follow the instructions for proper loading and feed-
ing, and if you only use recommended shot, your Daisy will
provide many hours of trouble free, recreational air gun
If the gun does not fire after loading, cocking, and
squeezing the trigger, the gun is jammed.
A jam is a dangerous condition which must
have immediate and careful attention.To correct it, keep the
gun pointed in a safe direction, cocking and firing the gun
three or four times.
If your gun has not cleared, with the gun uncocked, and
the "Safety ON"- No RED Showing (Drawing No. 1A), care-
fully unscrew and remove the shot tube. (See drawing No. 2)
After safely removing the shot tube, you can then cIear the
shot tube. (If the gun is empty, simply fill with clean, new BBs
and replace the shot tube.) If you are unable to clear the gun,
return it to the Daisy Service Department. (See Repair of Daisy
EVEN IF YOU HAVE FIRED THE AIRGUN
ONE OR MORE TIMES AND NO BB WAS EXPELLED, IT
DOES NOT MEAN THAT THE GUN IS EMPTY OF BBs.
CONTINUE TO TREAT THE AIRGUN AS IF IT IS LOADED.
Make certain your gun is not cocked by firing in a safe
direction. Put "Safety ON"- No RED Showing (Drawing No. 1A),
remove the shot tube (See drawing No. 2), slide the magazine
feed tab forward and dump BBs from the loading hole. Then
slowly return the tab to the bottom position.
To operate properly, your Daisy BB gun requires mainte-
nance. Simple oiling and cleaning are sufficient. Lack of
maintenance can cause poor performance and could make
the gun unsafe.
OILING: To maintain top shooting performance, you
should add two drops of oil in the "oil" hole (See Drawing
No. 1) every 500 to 1000 shots. Also oil trigger, cocking
mechanism and other moving parts regularly. Use a "20"
weight motor oil. Do not use light weight household-type oils.
CLEANING: The exterior can be cleaned by wiping with
a soft clean cloth.
Unload BBs and store them in a separate place to keep
them from untrained shooters. Before putting gun away in a
cabinet or gun rack, make sure it is clean, dry, oiled,
unloaded, and uncocked.
The components of this gun were engi-
neered to deliver optimum performance. Any modification or
tampering with a gun may cause a malfunction and may
make it unsafe to use. Any change in performance, such as a
lowered trigger force and shortened trigger travel, indicates
possible wear, and such gun should be inspected, replaced,
or properly repaired by qualified personnel. Any gun that has
been dropped should be checked by qualified personnel to
insure that its function has not been affected.
REPAIR OF DAISY GUNS
A GUN THAT IS NOT OPERATING PROP-
ERLY MAY BE DANGEROUS. IT SHOULD BE KEPT SAFELY
FROM USE BY ANYONE UNTIL REPAIRED OR DESTROYED.
DO NOT TRY TO TAKE THE GUN APART. IT IS DIFFICULT TO
REASSEMBLE, AND IMPROPER REASSEMBLY CAN CAUSE
A HAZARDOUS CONDITION.
GUNS IN WARRANTY
LIMITED ONE YEAR WARRANTY
For one year from date of purchase, Daisy will repair or
replace this gun, free of charge, if defective in material or work-
manship. Service is available by returning the gun to Daisy
Outdoor Products. Attach to the gun your name and address
and telephone number, description of problem and proof of date
of retail purchase (sales slip). Package and send to Daisy
Outdoor Products, transportation prepaid. This Warranty gives
you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights
which may vary from state to state.
GUNS OUT OF WARRANTY
If your Daisy needs repair, call Customer Service at 1-800-
713-2479 for repair or replacement charge. We accept Visa
and Mastercard. When paying by check or money order,
please send with gun. Attach to the gun your name, street
address (Not Post Office Boxes) and description of the prob-
lem. Package and send, transportation prepaid, to Daisy
Outdoor Products, Service Department. Daisy will repair the
gun or replace it with a reconditioned gun of the same model,
if available, otherwise with a model of equivalent quality.
Exploded gun part drawings and price lists are available
from Daisy Service Department. Please make sure you state
model number stamped on barrel. Service and parts charges
are subject to change without notice.
Daisy Outdoor Products
308 West Stribling Drive
Rogers, AR 72756
NOTE: We recommend returning guns via UPS.
MODEL 25 SPECIFICATIONS
.177 cal. BB (4.5 mm)
16.4 ft. (5 m)
MAXIMUM SHOOTING DISTANCE
217 yds. (198 m)
MAXIMUM MUZZLE VELOCITY
350 fps. (106 mps)