Should your THUNDER FIVE require service that necessitates shipping to an authorized
service center, please follow these instructions:
1. BE ABSOLUTBL Y SURE THE FIREARM IS NOT
2. Pack the firearm in the padded carrying case that comes with il
3. Do not seDd accessories with the firearm.
4. Wrap pieces, if disassembled, in protective wrapping (Service center is not responsible
for damage to fireanns occurring during shipment).
S. State the reason you are returning the firearm.
6. Send prepaid to our Factory Service Center (Service Center can not accept collect
, shipments-THEY WILL BE REFUSED).
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IT IS lMPORTANT THAT YOU READ AND
WARNINGSTHAT ARE PACKED WIlli THIS
FIREARM SAFETY IS UP TO
PROPER USE OF THE
Never Place Fingers or Hands Over Muzzle!
The cylinder release is located in the shroud underneath the barrel.
The cylinder is released by pushing forward on the release button
and swinging the cylinder open by applying pressure to opposite
side of cylinder from release button. The cylinder closes-and locks
into position by simply pushing the cylinder back into its position
in the frame.
The ejector is operated by pushing back on the screw head in front
of the cylinder release button.
Do not attempt to open or close the cylinder with the weapo'n
cocked or the manual safety in the safe position. These actions will
cause damage to your weapon.
The ambidextrous manual safety is located at the top rear of the
weapon just forward of the hammer. The safety is actuated by
rotating the Ieaver 1800 in a clockwise direction. This moves the
hammer to the rear and prevents the hammer from striking the in-
ternal transfer safety and contacting the firing pin if the trigger is
pulled. The weapo