CAL. 22 AIR RIFLE
READ THE INSTRUCTIONS AND SAFETY PRECAUTIONS IN THIS MANUAL
CAREFULLY BEFORE USING THIS FIREARM.
DISCHARGING FIREARMS IN POORLY VENTILATED AREAS, CLEANING
FIREARMS OR HANDLING AMMUNITION MAY RESULT IN EXPOSURE TO
LEAD AND OTHER SUBSTANCES TO KNOWN TO CAUSE BIRTH DEFECTS
REPRODUCTIVE HARM AND OTHER SERIOUS PHYSICAL INJURY. HAVE
ADEQUATE VENTILATION AT ALL TIMES. WASH YOUR HANDS
THOROUGHLY AFTER EXPOSURE.
ARSMCOR STANDARD AIR RIFLE
The ARMSCOR air rifle is basically made for general enjoyment such as plinking, target
shooting and for small game hunting. This CO2 powered rifle costs as much less to
purchase, maintain and shoot than a true firearm. It can be used with scopes that can be
readily fitted to the scope groove provided on its bolt housing. The barrel is made of
quality ordnance steel for long life, accuracy and durability.
The ARMSCOR air rifle can fire 11 to 14 effective shots per charge of CO2 (NOTE:
Effective shots refer to the number of shots without substantial fall in each pellet’s
trajectory). The cocking mechanism is conveniently adaptable bolt for right- handed and
left- handed shooters in either standing or prone position. The accuracy is comparable to
well-known brands of CO2 rifles.
The air rifle is packed with a small amount of CO2 stored in its air receiver. To assemble:
Unscrew air receiver hold - down stud nut.
Position barrel- receiver assembly on gunstock.
Insert air receiver hold – down stud through the gunstock hole.
Position the air receiver assembly until the hold- down stud is centered in
the gunstock hole.
To disassemble for cleaning and repair, expel the CO2 first by cocking and shooting the
rifle many times into the air until the CO2 is exhausted. Then unlock the hammer.
Unscrew air receiver hold-down stud nut and remove gun stock from
barrel-air receiver assembly
Punch-out trigger spring retaining pin and r