Revolvers M-29 Airsoft Owner's Manual

Revolvers M-29 Airsoft Pistol

Spring Powered Hop-up System Revolvers M-29 Airsoft Pistol
Revolvers M-29 Name of Parts
Revolvers M-29 Loading BB Bullet
Revolvers M-29 Release Cylinder
Revolvers M-29 Loading Cartridge
Revolvers M-29 Safety Device
Revolvers M-29 Firing
Revolvers M-29 Unloading
Revolvers M-29 Rear Sight
Revolvers M-29 Caution

Revolvers M-29 Name of Parts

Revolvers M-29 Name of Parts

Revolvers M-29 Loading BB Bullet

Revolvers M-29 Loading BB Bullet
Load the BB bullet into the cartiridge as shown, making sure it is put into the cartridge completely in flat.
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Revolvers M-29 Release Cylinder

Revolvers M-29 Release Cylinder
Push the latch forward in the direction of the arrow, then turn out the cylinder as shown.
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Revolvers M-29 Loading Cartridge

Revolvers M-29 Loading Cartridge After the 6 cartridges are loaded, return to the cylinder to the right position. Press down here, making sure the cylinder locks into position.
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Revolvers M-29 Safety Device

Revolvers M-29 Safety Device

When the safety latch is pushed back, the hammer can't be pressed back, but trigger and cylinder can still move.

While the hammer is back, the safety device is useless.

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Revolvers M-29 Firing

Revolvers M-29 Firing

Push the hammer until it clicks as shown. Don't touch the trigger until ready to fire.

While pressing the hammer, the cylinder will move to the right position and lock. If it dosn't lock adjust it.

Press the trigger to fire. Don't put your finger on the hammer.

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Revolvers M-29 Unloading

Revolvers M-29 Unloading

Pull out the cylinder after firing, and use the extractor rod to remove the cartridge.

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Revolvers M-29 Rear Sight

Revolvers M-29 Rear Sight

The rear sight can be adjusted as shown.

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Revolver M-29 Caution

Be sure to wear shooting glasses or Goggle when shooting.
Put the gun beyond the reach of kids.
DO NOT peep at the muzzle.
DO NOT aim at people even if it is unloaded.
DO NOT touch the trigger until the moment of shooting.
After making sure that there is nobody nearby.
Avoid a rough operation.
When the gun is not in use, remove the magazine and unload BB pellets.
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