ready to fire, move the safety lever all the way down. The RED
DOT is fully exposed.
Aim the pistol and align the front and rear sights on the target
by placing all three dots in a straight line.
Squeeze the trigger and the pistol will fire. When the hammer
is down, you can fire the pistol double action. Once the pistol
is fired, the hammer will stay back and the pistol will fire
THE PISTOL AND THE CARTRIDGE CHAMBER
the manual safety engaged, remove the magazine from the pistol.
lf you do not shoot all the cartridges in the magazine and wish
to unload the pistol, you can rotate the barrel latch 180 degrees
counterclockwise and tip the barrel up. Remove the cartridge
manually from the chamber.
lf you shoot all the cartridges in the magazine, the slide will
stay back on the last shot.
time the pistol is fired, cleaning and lubrication of the barrel
is recommended. This operation can be easily performed with
the barrel tipped up.
Clean combustion residues from breech face. The breech face
is accessible when the slide is retracted and held back by the
RECOIL SPRING IS UNDER MAXIMUM TENSION. Keep fingers out of
the action. Use a brush to clean the breech face.
oil the slide guides or rails. A very slight amount of oil is
After prolonged use, it may be necessary to fully remove the
slide from the pistol for a more thorough cleaning and lubricating.
This operation should be carried out by a competent gunsmith.
Do not attempt to remove the spring pin without the proper tools
remove the slide from the pistol, first push out barrel axis
retaining spring pin. Then remove the barrel from the pistol
ATTENTION TO THE RECOIL SPRING AND BARREL SPRING WHICH ARE UNDER
TENSION. lf necessary, replace barrel axis spring pin. (A few
spare spring pins are supplied with the pistol together with
a drift and a pin assembly tool)