K1 AIR RIFLE
HANDLING & INSTRUCTION MANUAL

 

 

THANKS FOR CHOOSING K1 HAMMERLESS SEMI AUTOMATIC
PRE-CHARGE PNEUMATIC AIR RIFLE.


PLEASE READ THIS MANUAL COMPLETELY BEFORE HANDLING OR SHOOTING. USE CAREFULLY WHEN IT IS IN OPERATION. OPERATE THE RIFLE CORRECTLY AND SAFELY. OBTAIN AND OBEY THE RELEVANT REGULATIONS AND LAWS. AND BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL RESULTS CAUSED.

 

WARNING:
WARNING :Not a toy. This air rifle is intended for adult use only. Misuse or careless use may cause serious injury or death.
WARNING :Never point this air rifle at anyone ever at any time.
WARNING :Lead pellets. Do not inhale dust or put pellets in mouth. Wash hands after handling. This product contains lead, a chemical known to cause cancer and birth defects (or other reproductive harm).
WARNING :Use only compressed air and inactive air in this air rifle. Use no other gas --- including oxygen, which can cause a fire or explosion that may result in serious injury or death.

WARNING :This air rifle could fire when dropped or jarred, with or without the safety engaged.


Before using your new air rifle, check if it is fully charged and obey below basic safety rules:
1.It is dangerous whether it is loaded or not.
2.Never point the rifle at anyone, or allow anyone to point a rifle at you, even if you know it is unloaded.
3.Always carry the rifle so that the direction of the muzzle will be under your control, even if you stumble.
4.Always be sure of your target and what lies behind it before firing a rifle.
5.Never leave a loaded rifle unattended.
6.Beware of targets that tend to cause ricochets.
7.It is recommended that eye & ear protection be taken when charging the cylinder and when shooting.

Please read this owner’s manual completely. Keep in mind that an air rifle is not a toy. Always carefully follow the safety instructions in this manual and keep this manual for future reference.



PART1. BASIC COMPONENT INSTRUCTION

FIG.1 BASIC COMPONENTS


 


PART2. SPECIFICATION

MODEL

K1

BARREL

600mm

CALIBER

.22(5.5)

VELOCITY

5.5 CAL,1000fps

SAFETY

MANUAL SAFETY

WORKING

PRESSURE

35MPa

 

AIR CAPACITY

292ml

CONSTANT

PRESSURE

ADJUSTABLE CONSTANT PRESSURE

 

MAGAZINE TYPE

AUTO ROTATE

SUPPRESSOR

INTEGRATED SUPPRESSOR WITH HOLES

VELOCITY

REGULATOR

ADJUSTABLE VELOCITY REGULATOR

 

RAIL

PICATINNY RAIL

STOCK

RESIN STOCK

DIMENSION

L×W×H

825X188X50

 

NET WEIGHT

3.5kg

ACCESSORIES

FILL ADAPTOR, REPLACEMENT O-RINGS, OWNER’S MANUAL

 

 

 

PART3. FUNCTION

1.Easy operation and high power (precision semi-auto valve without hammer)
2.High performance integrated silencer(tiny bleeding hole and light and gentle voice)
3.Integrated charging port with replaceable filter(various filter paper, cotton, even napkin, as well as drier, all can be workable for cleaning the air source)
4.Easy to load 19 shot, unique circular magazine
5.Adjustable constant pressure valve(the pressure can be adjusted to fit for various pellets to obtain the best shooting accuracy)
6.Adjustable dynamic power to meet shooting requirements
7.Titanium alloy air reservoir( withstands higher pressure for increased shot count)

 

 

 

PART4. OPERATION

1、MANUAL SAFETY

 


Safety can be set to ON/OFF by hand
Push the SAFE button to the direction as the arrow indicates and the safety is on. In this position, the gun cannot be fired.(FIG.3)
Push the SAFE button to the direction as the arrow indicates and the safety is off and the safety is OFF. In this position, the gun can be fired.(FIG.4)
To avoid accidental discharge, keep the safety ON until you are ready to fire.


2、FILLING THE RIFLE

Fit the attached fill adaptor to the socket coupler of your charging equipment, which must be equipped with a pressure gauge. Ensure both fill adaptor and the filler hole are clean from dirt, and then insert fill adaptor into filler hole (See FIG 4 to insert fill adaptor).
We recommend you fill not more than 20MPa pressure to the gas cylinder. Do not exceed its maximum pressure 35MPa.

After filling the rifle, open the bleed valve on the filling equipment, then remove the fill adaptor from the filler hole. Then close the bleed valve.
The air reservoir is not removable. Do Not disassemble in any circumstance.
When the temperature of the gun is below 0°, make sure there is no moisture in the air. Otherwise the moisture would become ice pellets. And it is possibleto damage the
dynamic sealing parts causing an air leak.
Often check and renew the filter element.
When filling the rifle ensure the magazine is unloaded.It is best to store the rifle with air in the reservoir.

 


3、Regulator method

The dynamic power should match to the working pressure(eg, 100J dynamic power should be less than 18MPa working pressure), or it will lead to unusual leakage and cocking failure
In case the pellets can’t be fired, the dynamic power should not be too low for heavy and over-sized pellets.
The working pressure will increase or decrease after a long period nonuse, while it will return back to normal when you use it. Note to adjust the dynamic power from the low to the high.
When you clean the barrel, keep the magazine free from pellets and adjust the working pressure to the lowest setting.

 

 

Dynamic power adjustment:

Velocity adjustment (the dynamic power lowers when turn clockwise and heightens when counter-clockwise)


              FIG.7

 

 

ADJUSTMENT TO COCKING SPOT OF TRIGGER

Adjust the cocking spot of trigger (forward or backward the cocking spot of trigger with allen wrench)

 

LOADING PELLETS

 

1.Release the magazine picks and the magazine can be revolved freely.

2. Load pellets

 

Twirl the magazine one round after loading pellets (the muzzle can’t be upward at these two steps). If it gets jammed, keep turning with light effort until the jam disappears. This process ensures the magazine will rotate when firing.
During loading the magazine, undersized pellets might cause the pellet “falls” partly into the barrel, especially when the gun is pointed down. If this happens (usually after loading 16 pellets), stop loading and start shooting.
Use soft pellets only;

 

 


4、FIRE

 

Always point your air rifle at a SAFE DIRECTION.
Always wear eye protection.
Do not shoot at hard surfaces or at the surface of water. The pellet may bounce off or ricochet and hit someone or something you had not intended to hit.
Always choose your target carefully. It is best to shoot at paper bull’s-eye targets which are attached to a safe backstop. A heavy blanket should be hung behind’ the backstop to prevent ricochet should you miss the backstop.

Your air rifle is suitable for both indoor and outdoor use. Please aim your target carefully. THINK about what you will hit if you miss the target.

 

 

 

TROUBLE SHOOTING

1、PELLET STUCK:

Performance: unusual leakage, cocking failure, magazine stopped and the safety can’t be “ON”. In general, the magazine get stuck by something, or oversized and deformed pellets fill the air path and make it stuck (the pellet is not aligned with the barrel, so the pellets get deformed under the pressure. The deformed pellets stuck the barrel in return)

 

SOLUTION

Adjust the working pressure to zero.

Put the cleaning rod into the barrel and strike it slightly when the rod encounters resistance. Strike the pellets back to the magazine till the magazine can swirl or turn right and left and return back to its original position. Do not use too much force, or the stuck pellet will damage the magazine sealing ring and stuck for the magazine

 

2、UNMATCH BETWEEN DYNAMIC POWER AND WORKING PRESSURE

Performance: unusual leakage, sometimes cocking failure and the safety can’t be “ON”.

Solution:
When the pressure is enough,
If you can cock and put on safety (normally if you can put on safety, then you can cock as well), turn up the working pressure or lower down the dynamic power.
If you cannot put on safety, you can lower down the working pressure till you can move the safety lever fully. Then repeat above process.

 

3、UNUSUAL FIRING :

Performance: the pellet fails to come out from the chamber after firing. It is because of the low dynamic power in general. Turn up the dynamic power and try shooting again.

 

4、ACCURACY LOWERED:

In general, it is caused by changing another kind of pellet or lead lingered at the muzzle. It can be solved by using a high accurate pellet or cleaning the barrel.

 

5、OTHERS:

Please consult local distributor or link with us.

 

 

 

SAFETY MEASURES & WARNINGS

This air gun will shoot if cocked, loaded, safety disengaged and trigger pulled.

Air guns are not toys. Never let young children use an air gun unsupervised. Adult supervision is strictly required during use. Misuse or careless use may cause serious injury or death.

Learn how your air gun operates and safe air gun handling procedures before loading and using it.

ALWAYS USE EYE & HEARING PROTECTION AND MAKE BYSTANDERS USE THE SAME. Failure to do so may result in eye injuries and permanent hearing loss.

Do not point at anything you do not intend to shoot even though the air gun is unloaded. Always keep the air gun pointed in a safe direction.

Never pull an air gun toward you by the muzzle.

Always aim at a safe target, taking care that it does not conceal any other object.

Before you shoot, consider where the pellet will travel should you miss your intended target, thus ensuring no damage or harm could result. Be sure of your target before you pull the trigger. Never shoot at sounds.

When shooting, always have a safe shooting range, that is; have a safe area for shooting, a safe distance between you and the target, and a safe backstop to trap the pellets and hold the target.

Do not shoot at a target, which allows ricochets or deflections. Do not shoot into or at water.

Do not shoot at or near power lines or insulators. Be especially careful in wooded areas where power lines may not be as visible.

Do not load the air gun until you are ready to shoot.

Always keep your fingers away from the trigger & muzzle during cocking and handling.

Do not run or jump when carrying a loaded or cocked air gun. A loaded or a cocked air gun should never be carried inside a vehicle, house, camp or public place. Never climb a tree or fence or jump a ditch with a loaded air gun. In such a case, first unload it and hand the air gun to a friend or place it on the ground on the other side of the obstacle before crossing yourself.

When transporting the air gun, keep it unloaded and “ON SAFE”.

Always keep the air gun ‘on safe’ until you are ready to shoot even if the air gun is unloaded.

Do not put the air gun away loaded and unattended.

Always check to see if the air gun is “on safe” and unloaded when getting it from another person or from storage.

Always keep the air gun and/or pellets out of the reach of children. Keep the air gun and pellets in separate places, better if under lock and key.

Do not attempt to disassemble or tamper with your air gun. Use a competent gunsmith. Many air guns contain powerful springs or high pressure air cylinders which can cause serious injury if released in an uncontrolled manner.

Always handle and treat your air gun as though it were loaded.

Improper use or handling of air guns is not the responsibility of the manufacturer or distributor, under any circumstances. The user is responsible for any harm, which may be caused.

Think first, shoot second. Don’t rely on any mechanical safety. Half safe is not safe.

Be safe not sorry. Respect other’s property.

Air guns should never be used under the influences of alcohol or drugs.

 

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