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1911RAC Quick Guide 8x11 Final 12 16 13 qxp Layout 3 1 6 14 9 45 AM Page 2. 10 While holding the cartridge in the center Picture 5. Gas Cartridge Step 5 Loading the Chamber,of the magazine tighten the cartridge. 9 Disengage the safety mechanism by,retaining screw clockwise which is lo. moving the Safety Lock downward until,cated at the bottom of the magazine. it stops See Picture 3, until the CO2 cartridge is secured into Allen Wrench 10 Hold the air pistol normally with your. position expansion of the CO2 will be,shooting hand while pulling the slide.
heard as the cartridge is secured into position See Picture 5. fully rearward with support hand See, Note Do not over tighten the cartridge as the Picture 9 Keep fingers and other objects outside of trigger guard. O rings can be damaged Grip 11 Once the slide is in the full rear position release the slide letting. 11 Once the cartridge is secured into position the slide move freely forward. Magazine 12 Engage the safety mechanism by moving the Safety Lock up fully. remove the Allen Wench, 12 Slide the magazine into the magazine well Picture 5a into the slide s safety engagement notch See Picture 2. grip until the magazine latch is engaged WARNING The air pistol is now cocked and loaded Always engage. and the magazine is secure See Picture 5a and keep the safety mechanism in the On or S position until ready. to discharge the air pistol Always keep the air pistol pointed in a safe. Step 3B Remove a 12 gram CO2 Cartridge direction Not obeying these instructions may lead to. personal injury or death, WARNING Keep hands away from escaping CO2 gas The gas can. cause frostbite if allowed to come in contact with skin Always make sure. the CO2 cartridge is completely empty before attempting to remove it Step 6 Discharging Firing Safely. from the air pistol WARNING Always wear eye and ear protection when discharging. 1 Always point the air pistol in a safe direction your air pistol See The Ten Rules of Airgun Safety Not obeying. 2 Remove the magazine by pressing the magazine catch these instructions may lead to personal injury or death. 3 Disengage the safety mechanism by moving the Safety Lock 1 To ensure proper firing control grip the air Shooting Hand. down Keep fingers and other objects outside of trigger guard pistol firmly with both shooting hand and. 4 With support hand pull the slide fully rearward support hand See Picture 10. 5 With the slide fully rearward lock the slide in the open position by 2 Point the muzzle at your intended target Support. pushing the slide stop up fully engaging the Slide Stop Notch 3 Disengage the safety mechanism by mov Hand. See Picture 13 ing the Safety Lock down into the OFF or. 6 Look into the ejection port visually check the chamber and maga F position Picture 10. zine well grip to make sure the air pistol is completely unloaded 4 Acquire the target and pull the trigger. 7 If the air pistol is not unloaded see Step 7 Unloading your Air Pis The air pistol will discharge each time the trigger is pulled until the. tol magazine chamber and or CO2 cartridge are empty. 8 Slowly loosen counterclockwise the cartridge retaining screw lo 5 When the last cartridge is discharged the Picture 11. cated on the bottom of the magazine with the Allen Wrench provided slide stop will engage holding the slide in. to allow any remaining gas to escape Do not place fingers near the the open position See Picture 11. gas clynder while gas is released See Picture 5 6 Look into the ejection port visually check. 9 Once the cartridge is empty continue to loosen the hex screw the chamber loading port and magazine to. 10 Remove the cartridge from the magazine make sure the handgun is completely empty. WARNING When removing a CO2 cartridge which is not empty from the NOTE As the CO2 is consumed the cartridge may not have enough. magazine do not let the gas escape too quickly as this could cause gas to recock the air pistol and the slide may remain in the for. damage to the gas seals ward position Engage the safety mechanism remove the maga. WARNING The CO2 cartridges may explode at temperatures above zine and replace the CO2 cartridge. Slide Stop Slide Stop, 120 deg F 48 9 deg C Do not mutilate or incinerate the CO2 car Notch. tridges Do not expose them to heat or store the CO2 cartridges at tem Step 7 Unloading Your Air Pistol. peratures above 120 deg F 48 9 deg C WARNING NEVER assume your air pistol is un. loaded to justify careless handling Always con, Step 4 Loading the Magazine trol the direction of the muzzle of your pistol.
WARNING Using incorrect or used BB s can result in a severe mal even if you think it is completely unloaded Not. function of your air pistol Remington recommends using Remington s obeying these instructions may lead to personal Picture 13. premium grade steel BB s in your air pistol injury or death. 1 Always point the airgun in a safe Picture 6 1 Keep the air pistol pointed in a safe direction throughout the un. direction loading process,2 Engage the safety by moving the Loading Arm. 2 Ensure the safety mechanism is engaged by moving the Safety. Safety Lock up fully into the slide s Lock up until it stops and is fully engaged in the safety engage. safety engagement notch See Pic ment notch of the slide See Picture 2. ture 2 3 Release the magazine, 3 Release the magazine by pressing 4 Disengage the safety by moving the safety. Loading Port lever downward until it stops,the magazine catch located on the. receiver behind the trigger 5 With the slide fully rearward lock the slide in. the open position by pushing the slide stop up Ejection BB. 4 Compress the magazine follower loading arm, fully engaging the slide stop notch Port Picture 14. down below the loading port See Picture 6, 5 While holding the magazine at a slight incline 6 Look into the ejection port visually check the.
place one BB at a time in the loading port until chamber and magazine well to make sure the airgun is completely. full See Picture 6 Picture 8 unloaded Remove any chambered projectiles by tilting the pistol. 6 Release the magazine s Loading Arm and rearward to release any BB s in the chamber See Picture 14. Picture 7 7 While holding the magazine separate and apart from the air pistol. spring from the loading position See Picture 7, 7 Push the full magazine into the magazine well compress the magazine follower loading arm down below the. grip of the air pistol See Picture 8 loading port See Picture 12 Loading. 8 Make sure the magazine is fully and securely 8 While holding the magazine at a slight Port. latched into position downward incline remove the BBs. Loading Picture 12,from the loading port,9 To remove the gas cartridge see Step. 3B Remove a 12 gram CO2 Cartridge, Remington M1911RAC Air Pistol Owner s Manual Final 12 16 13 qxp e6018rem 1 6 14 9 53 AM. Instruction Book For,Model 1911RAC,Autoloading CO2 Operated BB Air Pistol. This manual contains operating care and maintenance. instructions To assure safe operation any user of this airgun. must read and understand this manual before using the airgun. Failure to follow the instructions and heed the warnings in this. manual can cause property damage personal injury and or. This manual should always accompany this airgun and be. transferred with it upon change of ownership,WARNING Not a TOY This air pistol is for ages 16.
years or older Adult supervision is required Misuse. or careless use may result in serious injury or death. Dangerous within 300 yards 277 Meters, Remington M1911RAC Air Pistol Owner s Manual Final 12 16 13 qxp e6018rem 1 6 14 9 53 AM. Congratulations on your Choice of a Remington BB Air Pistol. With proper care it should give you many years of dependable use and enjoy. ment For best results we recommend that you use Remington BBs and 12. gram CO2 cartridges in your pistol the projectiles used in factory testing of. your Airgun against our rigorous function and performance standards. WARNING It is very important that you read and understand this manual. before using the new air pistol Each of the warnings should be read and. heeded carefully Always follow the Ten Rules of Airgun Safety listed in this. manual Failure to follow these rules warnings and instructions can result in. personal injury property damage or death, WARNING Not a Toy This airgun is for ages 16 years or older Adult. supervision is required Misuse may cause serious personal injury Dangerous. within 300 yards 277 Meters Always keep the airgun pointed in a safe direc. tion Failure to control the direction of the muzzle when it is discharged may lead. to property damage personal injury and or death,Safety is Critical to Performance. A superbly crafted air rifle or air pistol is only as good as the hands that hold it You. can never be too careful Shooting accidents are often caused by careless oversights. such as failing to control the direction of the muzzle failing to fully engage the safety. leaving projectiles in the chamber and propellant in the airgun These oversights can result. in the destruction of life or limb to you or bystanders There s no calling back a projectile. once it s been discharged so it s critical that you know the principles of safe airgun han. dling and storage before you ever take your new Remington airgun out of the box The. proper use and performance of your airgun depends on the correct assembly and main. tenance so it s critical that you familiarize yourself with the information in this instruc. tion book Even if you re a veteran shooter with a collection of airguns take the time to. read this literature Not all airguns are the same That means the first step in safe handling. is to learn the features and requirements of your new Remington. The Ten Rules of Airgun Safety 3 To Install a 12g CO2 Cartridge 14. Practice Safe Airgun Handling 8 To Remove a 12g CO2 Cartridge 15. Important Parts of the Air Pistol 9 To Load the Air Pistol 16. 1911RAC Air Pistol Specifications 9 To Discharge the Air Pistol 17. The Safety Mechanism 10 To Unload the Air Pistol 18. The Hammer 11 Cleaning Lubrication Maintenance 19, Locking Device 12 To Disassemble Air Pistol Cleaning 19. The Magazine Catch 12 To Clean Lubricate the Air Pistol 20. The Trigger Assembly 13 To Reassemble the Air Pistol 22. Safe Air Pistol Handling 13 To Function Test the Air Pistol 22. The Barrel 14 Limited Warranty 25, To check the Barrel for Obstruction 14 How to Obtain Parts and Service 26.
To Remove a Barrel Obstruction 14 Statement of Non Liability 27. Remington M1911RAC Air Pistol Owner s Manual Final 12 16 13 qxp e6018rem 1 6 14 9 53 AM. The Ten Rules of AiRgun sAfeTy, The Ten Rules of Airgun Safety should be etched in your memory forever Let them. govern your action wherever and whenever you re involved with airguns In the field. On the range Or in your home Please take the time to review and understand these. 1st R u l e, ALWAYS KEEP THE MUZZLE POINTED IN A SAFE DIRECTION. This is the most important airgun safety rule A safe direction is. one in which an accidental discharge will not cause injury to. yourself or others Never allow your airgun to point at anything. you don t intend to shoot Treat every airgun as if it were loaded. And make it a habit to know where the muzzle is pointed at all. times even when your airgun is not loaded No one will be. injured by an accidental discharge if you keep your airgun point. ed in a safe direction It s as simple as that,2nd R u l e. AIRGUNS SHOULD BE UNLOADED WHEN NOT IN USE, Cock and load your airgun only when you re in the field or on the target range and ready to fire. Never let a loaded airgun out of your sight or out of your hands Unload it as soon as you re. finished shooting before you bring it into your car camp or home Remember unloading. your airgun means unloading it completely so there is no ammunition projectiles and pro. pellants in the chamber or in the magazine Before handling an airgun or passing it to. someone else visually check the chamber receiver and magazine to be certain they do not. contain ammunition Always keep the airgun s action open when not in use Never assume. an airgun is unloaded even if you were the last person to use it Always check for yourself. Let common sense rule when you carry a loaded airgun If you re. in a situation that could risk accidental discharge such as crossing. a fence wading through a stream or climbing a tree always unload. your airgun Never pull or push a loaded airgun toward yourself or. another person Never carry a loaded airgun in a scabbard detached. holster or gun case, Safe storage of airguns is just as critical as safe handling Never.
store air gun loaded Be sure to keep your airguns in a secure Airguns should be stored in. place where unauthorized persons cannot get their hands on a secure place where chil. dren cannot access them A, them without your knowledge gun safe is an ideal way to. secure your Airgun, Remington M1911RAC Air Pistol Owner s Manual Final 12 16 13 qxp e6018rem 1 6 14 9 53 AM. Take special care if there are children around Children are fascinated by guns in gener. al It s a natural curiosity that can have tragic consequences when not properly supervised. Store your airguns in a locked gun safe or some other location that physically bars a child. from gaining access, Projectiles and propellants should be stored and locked in a location separate from your. airgun Never leave an unsecured airgun or ammunition projectiles and propellants in a. Quick Reference Instructions Model 1911RAC Autoloading CO2Operated BB Air Pistol IMPORTANT This reference guide is not a substitute for the owner s manual It is important that you read and understand the Owner s Manual before using this air pistol Each of the warnings should be read and heeded carefully Always follow the Ten Rules of Airgun Safety listed in this manual Failure

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